Ynys Môn football team

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Ynys Môn
First colours
Second colours
First international
 Faroe Islands 6 – 0 Anglesey Anglesey
(Gøta, Faroe Islands; 6 July 1989)
Biggest win
Anglesey Anglesey 8 – 0 Hitra 
(Jersey, 29 June 1997)
Biggest defeat
 Faroe Islands 6 – 0 Anglesey Anglesey
(Gøta, Faroe Islands; 6 July 1989)

The Ynys Môn football team represents the island of Anglesey (Welsh: Ynys Môn) at the biannual Island Games. Ynys Môn is not a member of FIFA or UEFA, it is an island county within Wales and plays under the auspices of the Football Association of Wales, the governing body for football in Wales.

Results[edit]

  • Largest win at Island Games

Anglesey Anglesey 8 – 0 Hitra  (29 June 1997)

  • Largest loss at Island Games

 Faroe Islands 6 – 0 Anglesey Anglesey (6 July 1989)

Achievements[edit]

1989 Silver Medal
1991 Silver Medal
1997 Silver Medal
1999 Gold Medal
2001 Silver Medal

Squad 2011[edit]

The following players were in the 2011 Island Games squad.[1]

  • Dion Donohue
  • Darren Gowans
  • Ben Heald
  • Matthew Hughes
  • Richard Hughes
  • Alex Jones
  • Martin Jones
  • Steven Kehoe
  • Michael Kelly
  • Melvin McGinness
  • Daniel Moorehead
  • Arwyn Owen
  • Gareth Owen
  • Richard Owen
  • Paul Colin Pritchard
  • Edward Rhys Roberts
  • Dyfed Parry
  • Asa Thomas
  • Christopher Williams
  • Iwan Williams
  • Harry Copping
  • Gareth Beeney
  • Joshua Lammas

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