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Welcome to the final post. Who didn't make the list of 24 and why didn't they?
Wait - Women's World Cup, Euro's qualifiers and more? Why did I forget and just post this? Oh well. Let's clash with all the actual popular posts again. Others Marshall Islands
So, I believed the Marshall Islands Olympic Committee about the state of football in the country. I mean, they’re the main sporting body in the only UN member state to have never had a national football team, they’d know right? Then, up pops CanadianFalcon
with the best possible summary on the state of football in the Marshall Islands and the challenges it faces. I can’t top it and didn’t know most of it. I direct you to their comment
as it is fantastic (albeit in a little more detail than my posts themselves). Somaliland/Abkhazia/South Ossetia/West Papua/Transnistria/Western Sahara etc.
Partially recognised states can be legitimised using football. While many of them have football systems and national sides (many are members of ConIFA), official recognition is not politically viable for the major footballing bodies. Activity tends to be fairly minor, recognition would contravene statues on no two associations from the same country and most would cause uproar within other associations. Officially the footballing bodies are apolitical and so can’t touch them. The Crown Dependencies
Guernsey have a football team in the English league system, Jersey are getting one from next season on and both also run their own leagues. Their representative sides are highly competitive at the Island Games. Alderney also take part at the Island Games but have 3 wins in over 100 matches (though most of those games are against Guernsey and Jersey in the Muratti Vase). Sark took part in the 2003 Island Games and conceded 70 goals in 4 games, losing all of them by at least 15. The Isle of Man is special in that it has 2 national football teams - Isle of Man, who are official and play in the Island Games and Ellan Vaninn who are unofficial and are a ConIFA member. Eligibility is defined on where you play for the former and FIFA rules for the latter.
The Crown Dependencies are not independent so cannot join UEFA and are loosely tied to the English FA in any case, with their leagues taking part in the English FA’s NSL Cup. This classifies them under failing the no two associations from the same country rule and they also fail UEFA no non-independent rule with Jersey’s recent appeal against UEFA not admitting them failing on these grounds. Galapagos Islands/Easter Island/Åland Islands/Balearics/Canary Islands/Madeira/Azores/Svalbard/Hawaii etc.
Seem content enough with the current situation, some representative teams there but very few games played. Some participate in the Island Games but don’t seem intent on trying to join FIFA. Most have club sides in their territory’s owner’s leagues rather than a separate league system which ties them strongly to their parent country’s association and means they’ll fail statutes on two associations from the same country. Saba and St Eustatius
The Dutch Caribbean islands don’t appear to have organised football at a glance but are apparently trying to join CONCACAF so maybe there’s something there. Tiny populations and tiny islands but best of luck to them. St Eustatius possibly played (and drew 3-3) with Saint-Martin at some point, though I can’t find proof of that. Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
Nowhere near as populated or as active as St Helena and about as accessible, being in the same island chain. Football is played, Brits will play football anywhere
, but even less feasible than St Helena. Pitcairn Islands
No. Just no. Turns out there’s a place even the British won’t play football. There’s less than 50 people there, without taking age into account (but then again most of the population don’t, with a horrifying proportion of the adult population being convicted of child sexual abuse) and therefore there might not even be enough people of the right gender for a full football squad. The descendants of the HMS Bounty mutineers can stay on their little islands deep in the Pacific Ocean. Tokelau
The only solar powered nation on the planet. Tiny atoll based nation in free association with New Zealand (according to them both) but officially the UN lists them as a non-self-governing territory. These days they don’t seem to care too much about football, though some kick-abouts occur (the ball isn’t even necessarily round). They have too small a population and just don’t seem to care enough. Norfolk Island/Christmas Island/Cocos Islands
Tiny populations and care for other sports limits them too much and so organised football doesn’t appear to be played there. Seem mostly keen on rugby but Norfolk Island have won medals in Commonwealth lawn bowls. Jan Mayen/French Southern and Antarctic Territories/Antarctic Territories/Bouvet Island etc.
No permanent population, why even bother asking? Anyone else?
Probably missed some places off, but this should roughly cover the planet. Feel free to mention anywhere I’ve missed or anything I've got wrong.
Thank you & Next Steps
First off, thank you to everyone who has read these, I'm glad that they proven popular. Hopefully you now know a little more about the fringes of international football. If you have the disposable income, feel free to write to the confederations, though don't expect a response, I certainly got none. If anyone wants to read what I sent then feel free to ask, I'll try to work out which file sharing service is best if people want but it is really just a slightly less up-to-date version of these that persistently mentions the FIFA statutes.
As for what comes next, I had no real plans. If anyone wants more full detail posts on some of the above or any additional ones then feel free to ask below, I'll consider anything that seems reasonable and has enough info on it. I also welcome any suggestions for future posts if you lot like listening to me blather on but I do already have an idea about international football's minnows and why they're necessary along with a few other things. Previous Posts
- Vatican City
- Falkland Islands
- French Guiana
- Saint Barthélemy
- St Pierre & Miquelon
- Sint Maarten
- St Helena
- Northern Mariana Islands
- Federated States of Micronesia
- Wallis and Futuna
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