Gibraltar national football team

Nickname(s)Team 54[1]
Los Llanis
AssociationGibraltar Football Association
ConfederationUEFA (Europe)
Head coachJulio César Ribas
CaptainRoy Chipolina
Most capsRoy Chipolina
Liam Walker (53)
Top scorerLee Casciaro
Tjay De Barr
Reece Styche (3)
Home stadiumVictoria Stadium
First colours
Second colours
Third colours
FIFA ranking
Current 197 3 (16 September 2021)[2]
Highest190 (October 2018)
Lowest206 (April 2017 – March 2018)
First international
 Gibraltar 0–0 Slovakia 
(Faro, Portugal; 19 November 2013)
Biggest win
Biggest defeat
 Belgium 9–0 Gibraltar 
(Liège, Belgium; 31 August 2017)

The Gibraltar national football team represents Gibraltar in international football competitions, and is controlled by the Gibraltar Football Association. Gibraltar applied for full UEFA membership and was accepted by the UEFA Congress in May 2013 and can therefore compete in the UEFA European Championship beginning with the 2016 tournament for which the team competed in UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying Group D. On 13 May 2016 Gibraltar became a member of FIFA at the governing body's 66th Congress which was held in Mexico City.[3] Gibraltar is the second smallest UEFA member in terms of population (only San Marino has a smaller population) and the smallest in terms of area.[4][5]

Despite not being an island, Gibraltar set up its first official side for the football competition at the 1993 Island Games[6] and has been a regular in the tournament, winning the 2007 edition.[7]