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Meckelnburgh national football team

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Meckelnburgh Meckelnburgh
Logo of the Meckelnburgh national football team
Association Royal Meckelnburgh Soccer Federation
FMF member 2020–
Confederation AEFA
Head coach Apolline Renaud
Captain Cecil Spear
Home stadium Thomas Memorial Field
FMF code MCK
First FMF intermicronational
Meckelnburgh Meckelnburgh 8–3 Two Martyrs Two Martyrs
Biggest win
Meckelnburgh Meckelnburgh 8–3 Two Martyrs Two Martyrs
Biggest defeat
Senya Senya 4–1 Meckelnburgh Meckelnburgh
FMF World Cup
Appearances 1 (first in 2021)
Best result Fourth place
Copa Apollonia
Appearances 1 (first in 2022)
Best result Group stage

The Meckelnburgh national football team (Alexandrian: Équipe du Meckelmbourg de football; Aspiranto: Nacia Futbalo-Teamo de Mekelnburgo) is the association football team which represents the micronation of Meckelnburgh. It is a member of the AEFA, and is run by the Royal Meckelnburgh Soccer Federation.


Meckelnburgh's unexpected run to the 2021 World Cup semi-finals sparked a number of memes on social media sites such as Tweeter.

The team was founded in mid-2020 after Meckelnburgh's Micrasian claim was successful. They first competed in the 2021 FMF World Cup qualification rounds, performing well to finish top of their five-team group with 21 points and qualify for the finals at the first time of asking. In the finals, the team advanced from their group in third place with five points before overcoming Sanama 2–1 in the play-off round in a surprise victory. The team caused a further upset in the quarter-finals by beating previous champions Mercury 2–1 before losing narrowly to Craitland in the semi-finals and then 4–1 to Senya to place fourth overall on their tournament début.

In the following year's Copa Apollonia qualifiers, the team topped their five-team group unbeaten with twenty points and secured their place in the finals, where they were eliminated in the group stage after finishing bottom of their group with three points.

Chronological competitive participation


Used at present.


Players on the national team are almost exclusively domestic players from Meckelnburgh Pro-League Soccer, also managed by the Royal Meckelnburgh Soccer Federation.

No. Pos. Player Age Club
1 1GK Dylan Long 23 Meckelnburgh Halifax Avalanches SC
2 3DF Silvester Dudley 26 Meckelnburgh Victoria Clippers SC
3 3DF Cristóbal Aritza 30 Meckelnburgh Sanktago Saints SC
4 3DF Chelsea Kinsley 29 Meckelnburgh Alexandretta Royals SC
5 3DF Harmonie Kay 21 Meckelnburgh Victoria Clippers SC
6 5MF Paxton Eliot 25 Meckelnburgh Scarborau Knights SC
7 5MF Damon Frank 21 Meckelnburgh Alexandretta Royals SC
8 5MF Pierre Lemaire 20 Craitland Róndlinga Diamonds FC‎
9 7FW Garnet William 25 Craitland Xäiville Teflons FC‎
10 7FW Cecil Spear 27 Craitland Osĵätoņ Aztecs FC‎
11 7FW Yolanda Graham 23 Meckelnburgh New Millaro Snowrunners SC
12 1GK Ari Runman 23 Meckelnburgh Victoria Clippers SC
13 3DF Vaughn Atwater 32 Meckelnburgh Victoria Clippers SC
14 3DF Jerrod Townsend 28 Meckelnburgh Cripple Creek Whitecaps SC
15 3DF Lynda Thompson 22 Meckelnburgh Alexandretta Royals SC
16 5MF Agnar Albertsson 21 Meckelnburgh Fríða Outlaws FC
17 7FW Ace Macaulay 24 Meckelnburgh Tuft Amberjacks SC
18 5MF Rowland Hunnisett 25 Meckelnburgh Hellani Volcanoes FC
19 5MF Zayne Robbins 28 Meckelnburgh Lake Crystal City Mystics SC
20 5MF Ulric Robson 21 Meckelnburgh St. Cloud Timbers SC
21 3DF Cuthbert Sterling 27 Meckelnburgh Alexandretta Royals SC
22 5MF Josep Soler 22 Meckelnburgh Casted Islanders SC
23 1GK Gladwin Thorley 22 Meckelnburgh La Rochelle Emeralds FC

Managerial history

Apolline Renaud signed on as the first manager of the Meckelnburgh team in June 2020, previously managing the Alexandretta Royals.

Duration Manager
2020– Meckelnburgh Apolline Renaud



Meckelnburgh has used the following flag during the entirety of its FMF affiliation: