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Greater Walstadt national football team

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Greater Walstadt Greater Walstadt
FMF member 2016–17
Confederation CTFA
FMF code WST
First FMF intermicronational
River Warriors River Warriors 1–1 Walstadt Walstadt
Biggest win
Kujirashi-Walstadt Kujirashi-Walstadt 2–0 Qavaqaqqaqqaniitqeqertaq QQQ
Biggest defeat
Alexandria Alexandria 8–0 Walstadt Walstadt

The Greater Walstadt national football team was the football team which represented the Natopian autonomous territory of Greater Walstadt. It was a member of the CTFA. The team was the official successor of Kujirashi-Wahlstadt, Walstadt, Kujirashi-Walstadt and Walstadt-Light, and is the official predecessor of the Two Martyrs.

History

The team was founded in early 2016 after Greater Walstadt was founded as the successor state to the Natopian autonomous territory of Walstadt-Light, itself the successor of Walstadt and Kujirashi-Walstadt. As Walstadt, the team competed in the 2014 qualifiers, losing all their matches, before gaining four points the following year under the name of Kujirashi-Walstadt.

The team first competed as Greater Walstadt in the qualifying rounds for CiboTap 2016, where they finished fourth in their five-team group with four points.

In the 2017 World Cup qualifiers, the team could only finish bottom of their four-team group after losing all of their matches. Greater Walstadt left Micras soon afterwards after being succeeded by the Two Martyrs.

Chronological competitive participation

Honours

Flag

Greater Walstadt used the following flag during the entirety of its FMF affiliation:

2016–17
Greater Walstadt