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Bermuda
Shirt badge/Association crest
Nickname(s) Warriors
Association Bermuda Football Association
Confederation CONCACAF (North America)
Head coach Andrew Paynter
FIFA code BER
FIFA ranking 142
Highest FIFA ranking 76 (August 1993)
Lowest FIFA ranking 185 (December 1998)
Elo ranking 162
Home colours
Away colours
First international
Iceland Iceland 4 - 3 Bermuda Bermuda
(Reykjavík, Iceland; August 10, 1964)
Biggest win
Bermuda Bermuda 13 - 0 Montserrat Montserrat
(Hamilton, Bermuda; February 29, 2004)
Biggest defeat
Denmark Denmark 6 - 0 Bermuda Bermuda
(Aalborg, Denmark; July 1, 1969)

The Bermuda national football team is the national team of Bermuda and is controlled by the Bermuda Football Association. A member of CONCACAF, it is not among its strongest teams.

They were runners up in the 1967 tournament of the Pan-American Games, losing to Mexico in the final.

However, the side has badly slipped down the FIFA rankings, losing to non-UEFA members such as Gibraltar 2-0 in the 2007 Island Games in Rhodes[1].

Bermuda earned their first win on home soil in three years - and a first at this level in 13 months - on December 16, 2007, against Saint Kitts and Nevis 4-2, in the second of two friendlies (after dropping the first match 2-1 to St. Kitts on December 14).

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2010 World Cup qualifying

Bermuda advanced to the second round of 2010 CONCACAF World Cup qualifying with a 1-1 draw and 3-1 away victory over the Cayman Islands. They followed with a shocking 2-1 upset at Trinidad and Tobago on June 15, 2008.[2] John Barry Nusum scored both goals for Bermuda. The second leg of the series was played on June 22, 2008 at Bermuda National Stadium, with Bermuda losing 0-2 to Trinidad and Tobago, thus eliminating them from the 2010 World Cup qualifying.

World Cup record

CONCACAF Championship record

Gold Cup record

Island Games record

Current squad

They were called up for Caribbean Championship 2008 in August 2008.

No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
1 GK Timothy Figureido January 9, 1973 Bermuda Bermuda Hogges
3 DF Andrew Paynter August 3, 1992 Bermuda St. David's C.C.C
2 DF Darius Cox March 16, 1983 Bermuda Bermuda Hogges
4 DF Kijuan Franks Bermuda Devonshire Cougars
5 DF Antonio Lowe Canada CBU Capers
6 Kristofer Frick January 22, 1989
7 MF Damon Ming October 24, 1978 Bermuda Bermuda Hogges
8 FW John Barry Nusum March 18, 1981 United States Crystal Palace Baltimore
9 FW Stephen Astwood September 2, 1981 Bermuda Bermuda Hogges
11 MF Reginald Thompson-Lambe February 4, 1991 England Ipswich Town
12 MF Jason Davis November 6, 1984 Canada CBU Capers
13 GK Nigel Burgess November 17, 1980 Bermuda Bermuda Hogges
14 MF Roger Lee July 1, 1991 Bermuda Somerset Eagles
15 MF Devaun DeGraff December 25, 1980 Bermuda Bermuda Hogges
16 Casey Castle Bermuda PHC Zebras
19 FW Tumani Steede Bermuda Devonshire Cougars
18 FW Khano Smith January 10, 1982 England Lincoln City
21 DF Jemeiko Jennings September 15, 1981 Bermuda Bermuda Hogges
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Current call-ups

No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club
3 DF Kevin Richards December 23, 1981 Bermuda Bermuda Hogges (v. Trinidad and Tobago on June 22)
4 FW Zachary Morris November 19, 1990 Bermuda St.Davids C.C.C (v. Trinidad and Tobago on June 22)
5 DF Kofi Dill October 19, 1979 Bermuda Bermuda Hogges (v. Trinidad and Tobago on June 22)
6 MF Meshach Wade January 23, 1973 Bermuda Southampton Rangers (v. Trinidad and Tobago on June 22)
7 FW Jarreau Daniels July 31, 1989 1 Bermuda St.Davids C.C.C (v.Trinadad and Tobago on June 22)
8 DF Omar Shakir May 16, 1977 Bermuda Bermuda Hogges (v. Trinidad and Tobago on June 22)
10 FW Keishen Bean March 17, 1987 Bermuda Bermuda Hogges (v. Trinidad and Tobago on June 22)
12 MF Tyrell Burgess April 1, 1990 Canada Vancouver Whitecaps (v. Trinidad and Tobago on June 22)
13 GK Jason Williams July 19, 1984 Bermuda Bermuda Hogges (v. Trinidad and Tobago on June 22)
14 MF Domico Coddington May 24, 1984 Bermuda Bermuda Hogges (v. Trinidad and Tobago on June 22)
17 MF Kwame Steede July 4, 1980 Bermuda Bermuda Hogges (v. Trinidad and Tobago on June 22)
12 MF Ralph Bean May 25, 1980 Bermuda Bermuda Hogges (v. Trinidad and Tobago on June 15)
MF Michael Parsons August 6, 1979 Bermuda Bermuda Hogges (v. Caymans in May)
DF Seion Darrell January 16, 1986 Bermuda Bermuda Hogges (v. Caymans in May)
GK Dwayne Adams June 24, 1972 Bermuda Devonshire Cougars
FW Aljame Zuill October 8, 1976 Bermuda Devonshire Colts

List of coaches

References

External links


Simple English

Bermuda
Association Bermuda Football Association
Confederation CONCACAF
Coach Andrew Paynter
Top scorer John Barry Nusum (17)
World Cup
Appearances 0

Bermuda national football team is the national football team of Bermuda.


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