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Six Islands national football team

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Six Islands Six Islands
FMF member 2013
Confederation AEFA
Home stadium Zijincheng Stadion
FMF code SIX
First FMF intermicronational
South Batavia South Batavia 1–1 Incontinentia Incontinentia
Biggest win
Jingdao Jingdao 2–0 New Victoria New Victoria
Biggest defeat
Zandarijn Zandarijn 4–0 Jingdao Jingdao

The Six Islands national football team was the football team which represented the micronation of the Six Islands. It was a member of the AEFA. The team was the official successor of South Batavia, Jingdao and Zhongjing, and also the predecessor of Jingdao.


The team was founded in 2013 after the foundation of the Six Islands as the successor state to Zhongjing, itself the successor of Jingdao and South Batavia. Under the name of South Batavia, the team finished seventh in the inaugural Zeeburg Tournaments. As Jingdao, the team finished bottom of five-team group in the second edition of the Four Nations Internationals, before finishing fifth in their six-team 2013 World Cup qualifying group. The team played no FMF-affiliated matches as Zhongjing. In late 2013, the Six Islands were succeeded by Jingdao without the team playing any further matches.

Chronological competitive participation



The Six Islands used the following flag during the entirety of its FMF affiliation:

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Six Islands
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