Territory of Curaçao national football team

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This article is about the Territory of Curaçao national football team (prior to 1958). For the Country of Curaçao national team established in 2011, see Curaçao national football team. For for the Netherlands Antilles national football team (1958-2010), see Netherlands Antilles national football team.
Curaçao
(Territory of Curaçao)
Association Curaçaose Voetbalbond
Confederation CCCF (1921-1958)
First international
Netherlands Aruba 0–4 Curaçao Netherlands
(Aruba, 6 April 1924)
Last international
Biggest win
Netherlands Curaçao 14–0 Puerto Rico Puerto Rico
(Colombia, 21 December 1948)
Biggest defeat
 Netherlands 8–1 Curaçao Netherlands
(Netherlands, 23 April 1948)

The Territory of Curaçao national football team (more commonly known as Curaçao) was the official football team for the Territory of Curaçao, under the control of the Curaçaose Voetbalbond.

The Territory of Curaçao officially became the Netherlands Antilles on 15 December 1954 although the national football team played under the name of Curaçao until 1958.[1]

Competition history[edit]

CCCF Championship
For more details on this topic, see CCCF Championship.
  • 1941 - Third place
  • 1948 - Fourth place
  • 1955 - Second place
  • 1957 - Second place
Summer Olympics
Pan-American Games

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Team entered under the Netherlands Antilles name as they were representing the Netherlands Antilles Olympic Committee
  2. ^ Team entered under the Netherlands Antilles name as they were representing the Netherlands Antilles Olympic Committee

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History of the FIFA World Cup Preliminary Competition (by year)" (pdf). FIFA.com. Retrieved 8 April 2012.