Palau national football team

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Palau Palau
Shirt badge/Association crest
Association Palau Football Association
Head coach Emmanuel Okoduwa
Most caps Unknown
Top scorer Shaun Walker
Home stadium Palau National Stadium
Elo ranking 232
Highest Elo ranking 222 (August 1998)
Lowest Elo ranking 232 (since 2007)
First colours
Second colours
First international
Palau Palau 2 – 6 Vanuatu 
(Australia; March 7, 1987)
Biggest win

Palau Palau 7 – 1 Pohnpei 
(Koror, Palau; July, 1998)

Palau Palau 7 – 1 Yap 
(Koror, Palau; July, 1998)
Biggest defeat
Palau Palau 2 – 15 Guam 
(Koror, Palau; August 1, 1998)

The Palau national football team is the national football team of Palau. The team is not affiliated to FIFA or a local confederation. They joined the OFC in 2002, however their membership has since expired. The team play their home games at the Palau National Stadium in the town of Koror.

Palau hosted and competed in the Micronesian Games in 1998. After winning 2 matches and losing the other 2, they finished in third place.

Selected internationals[edit]

Date Venue Opponent Score
Aug 2 1998 Palau PalauPalau  Northern Mariana Islands 1–12
Aug 1 1998 Palau PalauPalau  Guam 2–15
Jul 1998 Palau PalauPalau  Yap 7–1
Jul 1998 Palau PalauPalau  Pohnpei 7–1
March 7, 1987 Australia PalauPalau  Vanuatu 2–6

NOTE: Palau are not included in the FIFA World rankings but are currently ranked 232nd in the Elo rankings.

Tournament Records[edit]

1998 – Third
2001 – Did not enter

See also[edit]