Sanpantul national football team
|FMF member||2019–21, 2022–|
|Home stadium||Stadium Sanpantul|
|First FMF intermicronational|
|Sanpantul 3–3 Port Ulje|
River Warriors 1–4 Sanpantul|
Sanpantul 4–1 Kunapura
|Sanpantul 0–4 Craitland|
|Appearances||1 (first in 2020)|
|Best result||Third place|
The Sanpantul national football team is the football team which currently represents the Çakari autonomous territory of Sanpantul and previously represented the Great Apollonian autonomous territory and independent nation of the same name. It is a member of the EMUFA, and is run by the Sanhantosakkā Renmei.
The team has existed twice in the FMF's history; firstly between mid-2019 and early 2021 as an independent nation, and secondly since early 2022 as a territory of Great Apollonia and in its current form.
The team was founded in mid-2019 after Sanpantul's Micrasian claim was successful. Later in the year, Sanpantul first participated in the 2019 Noka Cup—which the nation also hosted—advancing from their group with four points before back-to-back wins against Incontinentia and Etourney sealed them a first trophy.
After Sanpantul successfully bid to host the 2020 EMU Championships, therefore qualifying automatically, the team participated in the year's FMF Confederations Cup, where they finished bottom of their four-team group with four points. Later in the year, the team competed in the second Noka Cup, advancing from their group in second with six points before losing the semi-final and third-place match to Phinbella and Hazar, respectively, to place fourth. At EMU 2020, the team finished second in their group with six points before losing 2–1 to Mercury in the semi-finals, but beat Passas 2–0 to finish in third on home soil. Sanpantul left Micras in early 2021.
Sanpantul returned to Micras, and the FMF, in early 2022 after being granted increased autonomy from Great Apollonia. Shortly afterwards, prior to the start of the year's EMU qualifiers, Sanpantul became a territory of the newly-independent Çakaristan. In the qualifiers themselves, the team finished fourth in their five-team group with twelve points, behind New Sussex on goal difference.
The 2023 FMF World Cup qualification rounds saw the team finish third in their five-team group with eleven points.
Chronological competitive participation
Sanpantul has used the following flag during both of its FMF affiliations: