Saint Vincent and the Grenadines national football team

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May 22, 2022

The Saint Vincent and the Grenadines national football team represents Saint Vincent and the Grenadines in international football competitions.

History

The team has been officially performing on the international stage since 1989, in its history it has only once qualified for a major tournament - the 1996 CONCACAF Gold Cup, where it lost to both teams in its subgroup (0:5 from Mexico and 0:3 from Guatemala). To qualify for the final tournament of the CONCACAF Gold Cup, the team takes part in the Caribbean Cup. The best achievement of St. Vincent and the Grenadines in this tournament is the second place taken in 1995.

World Championship

1930-1986 - did not exist 1990 - was not a member of FIFA 1994-2022 - did not qualify

CONCACAF Gold Cup

1991 - did not take part 1993 - did not qualify 1996 - group stage 1998-2002 - did not qualify 2003 - did not take part 2005-2019 - did not qualify

Caribbean Cup

1989 - final tournament 1991 - did not take part 1992 - final tournament 1993 - final tournament 1994 - did not qualify 1995 - final 1996 - final tournament 1997 - first stage 1998 - first stage 1999 - first round 2001 - qualifying group 2005 - Second round playoffs 2007 - final tournament 2008 - first round

Famous trainers

Stuart Hull Zoran Vranjesh Bertil St. Clair

Notes

Links

Official website Archived May 7, 2009 at the Wayback Machine Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on FIFA website