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Freeland national football team

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Freeland Freeland
Logo of the Freeland national football team
Nickname(s) Green Eagles
Association FAoF
FMF member 2017–19, 2019–20
Confederation AEFA
Home stadium Viten Arena
FMF code PRF
First FMF intermicronational
Freeland Freeland 3–1 Etourney Etourney
Biggest win
Freeland Freeland 5–0 River Warriors River Warriors
Biggest defeat
Florian Republic Florian Republic 7–0 Freeland Freeland
FMF World Cup
Appearances 1 (first in 2019)
Best result Play-off round
Copa Apollonia
Appearances 1 (first in 2020)
Best result Group stage

The Freeland national football team was the football team which represented the micronation of Freeland. It was a member of the AEFA, and was run by the FAoF.

The team existed twice in the FMF's history; firstly between late 2017 and 2019, and secondly between late 2019 and mid-2020.


The team was founded in late 2017 after Freeland's Micrasian claim was successful. The team first competed, after playing the friendly Florian Peace Cup, in the 2018 Copa Apollonia qualification rounds the following year where they finished third in their six-team group with 18 points.

In the 2019 World Cup qualifiers, the team finished second in their five-team group with 18 points and advanced to the interconfederational play-off to face Greater Sangun, who they beat by virtue of away goals after a 1–1 aggregate draw to advance to their first finals. In the finals, the team finished third in their group on goal difference with seven points to advance to the play-off round, where they lost 3–0 to Craitland. Freeland left Micras later in the year before returning again shortly afterwards.

The team competed in the inaugural AEEU Nations Cup ahead of the 2020 Copa Apollonia qualification rounds, beating Thracistan before losing to the Florians in the final. In the qualifiers themselves, the team topped their six-team group with 21 points, ahead of Raspur on goal difference, and qualified for the finals. In the finals, the team finished bottom of their three-team group on goal difference with a sole point to their name. Freeland again left Micras shortly afterwards.

Chronological competitive participation


Home kit



Freeland used the following flag during both of its FMF affiliations: