Anguilla national football team
|Association||Anguilla Football Association|
|Confederation||CONCACAF (North America)|
|Head coach||Colin Johnson|
|Most caps||Girdon Connor (17)|
|Top scorer||Richard O'Connor (5)|
|Home stadium||Webster Park|
|FIFA ranking||207 1 (17 July 2014)|
|Highest FIFA ranking||189 (June 1997)|
|Lowest FIFA ranking||207 (July 2014)|
|Highest Elo ranking||218|
|Lowest Elo ranking||225 (July 2014)|
| Anguilla 1 – 1 Montserrat
(Saint Lucia; 14 May 1991)
| Anguilla 4 – 1 Montserrat
(Saint Martin; 8 February 2001)
Anguilla 4 – 1 Nevis
(Anguilla; 29 June 2003)
| Guyana 14 – 0 Anguilla
(St. John's, A&B; 16 April 1998)
The Anguilla national football team is the national team of Anguilla, a British colony in the Caribbean, and is controlled by the Anguilla Football Association. It is affiliated to the Caribbean Football Union of CONCACAF.
Anguilla is consistently one of the weakest sides in CONCACAF.
The team has often called upon players from English semi-professional teams in the London area.
- 1 Anguilla all-time record against all nations
- 2 World Cup record
- 3 Gold Cup record
- 4 Recent results and forthcoming fixtures
- 5 Squad
- 6 Coaches
- 7 References
- 8 External links
Anguilla all-time record against all nations
Updated 7 July 2012
|Antigua and Barbuda||2||0||0||2||3||12||−9||0%|
|British Virgin Islands||5||1||0||4||6||14||−8||20%|
|Saint Kitts and Nevis||1||0||0||1||1||6||−5||0%|
|Saint Vincent and the Grenadines||1||0||0||1||1||3||−2||0%|
|U.S. Virgin Islands||1||0||1||0||0||0||0||50%|
World Cup record
2002 World Cup qualification
Anguilla entered World Cup qualification for the first time for the 2002 FIFA World Cup in South Korea and Japan.
In the Caribbean zone, Anguilla were put in a play-off against the Bahamas and hosted the first leg on 5 March 2000, losing 3-1 at Webster Park in The Valley in front of 3,000 people. In the second leg on 19 March, Anguilla lost 2-1 to the Bahamas at Thomas Robinson Stadium in Nassau with an attendance of 330. They therefore lost 5-2 on aggregate.
2006 World Cup qualification
In a play-off for the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany, Anguilla faced the Dominican Republic and held them to an away 0-0 draw at the Estadio Olímpico Juan Pablo Duarte in Santo Domingo, on 19 March 2004. However the second leg was held at the same stadium two days later and the Dominican Republic won 6-0.
2010 World Cup qualification
During qualification of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, Anguilla was drawn against El Salvador in a play-off. On 6 February 2008 they lost 12-0 at the Estadio Cuscatlán in San Salvador, where striker Rudis Corrales scored five times and Ronald Cerritos three. Anguilla's home leg was held at the RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. in the United States on 26 March. In front of 22,670 Anguilla lost 4-0, thus El Salvador won 16-0 on aggregate.
2014 World Cup qualification
In a play-off for the upcoming 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, Anguilla were again drawn to play the Dominican Republic in a play-off, as they had eight years previously. On 8 July 2011 they lost 2-0 at the Estadio Panamericano in San Cristobal, and two days later lost at the same stadium 4-0, to send the Dominican Republic through 6-0 on aggregate, the same margin as the previous encounter.
Gold Cup record
Recent results and forthcoming fixtures
|Date||Location||Opponent||Score||Scorers for Anguilla||Competition|
|2 October 2010||Bayamón, Puerto Rico||Puerto Rico||1–3||A. Richardson 52' (pen.)||2010 Caribbean Championship|
|4 October 2010||Bayamón, Puerto Rico||Cayman Islands||1–4||Brooks 33'||2010 Caribbean Championship|
|6 October 2010||Bayamón, Puerto Rico||Saint-Martin||2–1||Brooks 16', Rodgers 37'||2010 Caribbean Championship|
|19 June 2011||The Valley, Anguilla||U.S. Virgin Islands||0–0||Friendly|
|8 July 2011||San Cristóbal, Dominican Republic||Dominican Republic||0–2||2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier|
|10 July 2011||San Cristóbal, Dominican Republic||Dominican Republic||0–4||2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier|
|7 July 2012||Tortola, British Virgin Islands||British Virgin Islands||0–1||Friendly|
- Clifton Livingston (2000)
- Scott Cooper (2002)
- Vernon Hodge (2003)
- Benjamin Davies (2004)
- Vernon Hodge (2005–2007)
- Kerthney Carty (2008)
- Colin Johnson (2008–2009)
- Scott Cooper (2010)
- Guardian Unlimited – From Slough to the Caribbean, and beyond ...
- Antigua & Barbuda – Anguilla, Digicel Caribbean Cup 2007, YouTube
- Barbados – Anguilla, Digicel Caribbean Cup 2007, YouTube
- El Salvador – Anguilla 12–0, 2008-02-06, 2010 WCQ, YouTube
- Anguilla – El Salvador 0–4, 2008-03-26, 2010 WCQ, YouTube