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Alderney
Shirt badge/Association crest
Association Alderney Football Association
Home stadium Arsenal Ground (Mount Hale)
Home colours
Away colours
First international
Guernsey Guernsey 6 - 0 Alderney Alderney
(17 April 1905)
Biggest win
Alderney Alderney 1 - 0 Guernsey Guernsey
(29 April 1920)
Alderney Alderney 1 - 0 Saaremaa Saaremaa
(4 July 2003)
Biggest defeat
Jersey Jersey 18 - 0 Alderney Alderney
(19 March 1994)

The Alderney national football team is the official football team for Alderney, the third largest of the Channel Islands. They are not affiliated with FIFA or UEFA.

The team plays in the Muratti Vase Cup, a cup competition started in 1905, in which the Channel Islands of Alderney, Guernsey and Jersey play against each other. Alderney have only won the competition once, in 1920. The Muratti format requires Alderney to play a semi-final match against the other islands on a rota basis but always with Alderney being the home side. The winner of the match goes on to play the remaining island in the final. Alderney also play the occasional game outside the Muratti competition including taking part in the Island Games football tournament in 2003 in which they finished a creditable 12th out of a pool of 15.

Selected Internationals opponents

  • Last game:  Alderney 0-5 Guernsey  - Alderney - 21 March 2009. (Muratti Cup)

(Last update: March 2009)

Opponents Matches Win Draw Loss GF GA
 Greenland 1 0 0 1 0 3
 Guernsey 52 1 0 51 22 239
 Jersey 41 0 0 41 20 229
 Orkney 1 0 0 1 1 3
 Rhodes 1 0 0 1 1 5
 Saaremaa 1 1 0 0 1 0

Squad

  • ADAMSON Alan
  • ALDCROFT Matthew
  • ATKINS Jason
  • AULT Mark
  • BENFIELD Simon
  • BENFIELD William
  • BOHAN Michael
  • BOHAN Robert
  • BRACE Mark
  • CARRÉ Nick
  • CONCANEN Steven
  • COSHERIL Emile
  • DAVEY Liam
  • DIAMOND Matthew
  • GENTLE Kevin
  • LAWRENCE Andy
  • MAXWELL James
  • MCFARLANE James
  • MOORE Richard (GK)
  • PARMENTIER Jonathan
  • PHELAN Emile
  • SEBIRE Martin
  • STONE Andrew
  • VIZARD James
  • WALKER James
  • WILLIAMS Paul (GK)

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