The Senya national football team is the football team which represents the micronation of Senya. It is a member of the AEFA, and is run by FADESS.
The team was founded in mid-2012 after Senya's Micrasian claim was successful. Soon afterwards, the team competed in the inaugural Zeeburg Tournaments, where they finished sixth with four points. Later in the year, Senya organised and competed in the first Senyan School International Tournament, where they finished third with ten points.
In early 2013, the team competed in the second edition of the Four Nations Internationals, where they finished in second place after losing the final 2–1 to Safiria. The team had a successful first World Cup qualifying campaign, finishing second in their five-team group with 16 points; a position which would have also qualified the team for the 2013 Copa Apollonia if Senya had not been awarded an automatic place as the tournament's hosts. Shortly after qualifying, the team played in the second Senyan School International Tournament, where they topped their group and won their semi-final without conceding a goal, before beating Amokolia 3–2 in the final. In the Copa Apollonia, the team's success continued as they advanced from their group with four points, ahead of North Antarctica on goals scored, before losing their semi-final on penalties to Novatainia. However, the team managed to beat Gerenia 4–2 in the third-place play-off to seal third on home soil. In late 2013, the team also competed in the inaugural Tianan Challenge Cup, where they received a bye to the final, which they lost 1–0 to hosts Tiana.
Chronological competitive participation
FMF World Cup record
||Did not qualify
Copa Apollonia record
Senya's traditional home colours are those used on the nation's flag, and the home strip is usually green with a white trim, along with white shorts and green socks. The away kit is usually either white or yellow, whilst goalkeepers tend to wear either dark brown or maroon.
The following players were called up for the friendly matches against Mercury on 11 December 2013 and Indokistan on 15 December 2013.
| Head Manager || Ëker Kasëana
| Assistant Manager || David Morter
| Goalkeeping Coach || Bɏenkos Validarnos
| Technical Director || Enrikaza Aldin
| Team Doctor || Dr. Jam Penfas
| Physician || Dr. Gatkan Krelin
| Chief Press Officer || Robert Sernov
Senyan supporters view Gerenia and North Antarctica as their main rivals. However, games with Safiria and Tiana can also be heated affairs.
Due the longstanding political distrust between them, Senya also view Sirocco as a rival. However, as Senya are regarded as a better team and due to Sirocco's affiliation to the EMUFA, they are unlikely to play against each other competitively.
Senya recorded their first win against a rival nation on 14 June 2013, when they defeated Tiana 2–0 in the semi-finals of the 2013 Senyan School International Tournament. The win came after 11 previous failures against rivals.
Gerenia became Senya's first rival to be removed from Micras, which meant that no more fixtures between the two would be played. At the time of removal, the two had played each other three times, drawn twice, and had one Senyan win, meaning Senya never lost to their rivals.
Record against other nations
supporters during a World Cup qualifier against rivals North Antartcica
Senyan fans are considered some of the loudest, yet least aggressive, football supporters on Micras. During tournaments such as the World Cup qualifiers and the Copa Apollonia, the supporters are known to become very vocal on match days, and it is not unusual for fans to stand for the duration of games, except in areas where standing is prohibited. Senyan fans are divided into two main groups, the Komovoren, who generally wear the national team's shirt and casual clothing, and sometimes chant, and the more numerous Naldas, who wear green "morphsuits", occasionally with the team's shirt over the top, continuously chant in Senyan (with a leader chanting over a PA system), and let-off flares. These fans can make football matches in Senya intimidating places to visit. However, after matches, Senyan fans, even the Naldas, will be happy to socialise with opposing fans. Rival supporters are treated less hospitably, but even during rival matches there is usually little violence between the fans.
Senya has used the following flag during the entirety of its FMF affiliation: