The Golden Generation is the nickname given to a select group of Craitish association footballers whose international careers with the Craitland national football team between 2007 and 2011 helped the team to achieve its most successful period. During this time, Craitland won a record four FMF World Cups and a single EMU Championships title, as well as reaching a further tournament final and two other semi-finals, and winning the gold medal in the MicrOlympics.
This section lists the national team's competitive record in finals tournaments between 2007 and 2011, when they finished in third place or better in eight consecutive FMF-affiliated competitions.
- *Draws include knockout matches decided on penalty kicks.
These players are regularly considered integral members of Craitland's Golden Generation, having appeared in numerous tournament squads between 2007 and 2011, and most having earned multiple winner's medals.
Player not chosen.
Other squad members
Although not deemed part of the Golden Generation, these players also featured in tournament squads during this period of the team's history, with some having gained a number of winner's medals as reserve players.