Saint Martin national football team

Nickname(s) Saint Swallows
Association Football Committee of Saint Martin
Confederation CONCACAF
(North America, Central America, Caribbean)
Sub-confederation CFU (Caribbean)
Head coach Jeffrey Wesley[1]
Most caps Henri Emile
Home stadium Stade Alberic Richards
First colours
Second colours
Elo ranking
Current 204 (6 March 2018)
Highest 162 (May 1990)
Lowest 208 (September 2012)
First international
 Antigua & Barbuda 2–1 Saint Martin 
(Antigua and Barbuda; November 1, 1994)
Biggest win
 Saint Martin 3–0 Saint Barthélemy 
(Collectivity of Saint Martin; July 3, 2010)
Biggest defeat
 Jamaica 12–0 Saint Martin 
(Kingston, Jamaica; November 24, 2004)

The Saint Martin national football team is the football team of the Collectivity of Saint Martin, the French half of the island of Saint Martin which was previously part of the French overseas department of Guadeloupe (not to be confused with the team of the Dutch half, the Sint Maarten national football team) and is controlled by the Comité de Football des Îles du Nord. Saint Martin is not a member of FIFA, and is therefore not eligible to enter the World Cup, but it does compete in CONCACAF competitions.


In August 2014, Saint-Martin played a friendly against the British Virgin Islands, the territory's first match since 2012. At that time, SMFA president Fabrice Baly announced a 3-year project to fully return to Caribbean international football. He established long-term objectives of attracting the attention of international recruiters and qualifying for the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup.[1]

Caribbean Cup record

Selected Internationals opponents

(Last update: September 2008)

Opponents Matches Win Draw Loss GF GA
 Antigua and Barbuda200235
 Cayman Islands201124
 U.S. Virgin Islands101000
 British Virgin Islands100101
 Saint Barthélemy110030
 Saint Kitts and Nevis200219
 Sint Eustatius101033
 Puerto Rico2002011

Fixtures and results

Manager history


  1. 1 2 "Enfin une victoire pour Saint-Martin" (in French). Retrieved 30 December 2015.

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