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South Ossetia national football team

South Ossetia
Shirt badge/Association crest
Association Football Federation of the Republic of South Ossetia
Confederation ConIFA
First international
 Abkhazia 3 - 0 South Ossetia
(Sukhumi, Abkhazia; 23 September 2013)
Biggest win
 Darfur 0 - 19 South Ossetia
(Östersund, Sapmi; 2 June 2014)
Biggest defeat
 County of Nice 3 - 0 South Ossetia
(Östersund, Sapmi; 4 June 2014)  Abkhazia 3 - 0 South Ossetia
(Sukhumi, Abkhazia; 23 September 2013)

The South Ossetia National Football Team, is the national team of South Ossetia. They are not affiliated with FIFA or UEFA (AFC), and therefore cannot compete for the FIFA World Cup or the UEFA European Championships. South Ossetia made its debut against Abkhazia in Sukhumi on 23 September 2013 where they suffered a 3-0 defeat.[1]

They will compete at the first ConIFA World Football Cup in 2014.[2]

References

  1. ^ http://nonfifafootball.blogspot.com/2013/10/south-ossetia-make-international-bow-in.html
  2. ^ conifa.org

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