Nordzibola national football team

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Nordzibola Nordzibola
FMF member 2014–16
Confederation WMFA
FMF code NZB
First FMF intermicronational
Zeeburg Zeeburg 3–2 Flanders Flanders
Biggest win
Nordzibola Nordzibola 6–0 Franklin Islands Franklin Islands
Biggest defeat
Tellia Tellia 6–0 Zeeburg Zeeburg
Shireroth Shireroth 6–0 Nordzibola Nordzibola
Benacia Cup
Appearances 2 (First in 2013)
Best result Group stage

The Nordzibola national football team was the football team which most recently represented the Jingdaoese autonomous territory of Nordzibola, and previously represented the Jexitese autonomous territory, and Batavian and Jingdaoese protectorates of the same name. It was a member of the WMFA and was the official successor of Zeeburg, and as such retained its records.

History

The team was founded in mid-2014 after the foundation of Nordzibola as the successor state to the Jingdaoese protectorate of Zeeburg, formerly a protectorate of Batavia and an independent nation. Whilst representing Zeeburg as a Batavian protectorate in 2012, the team organised and competed in the inaugural Zeeburg Tournaments, finishing fourth, and competed in the first Senyan School International Tournament, which they won.

The next year, after Zeeburg became independent, the team finished fourth in the second Four Nations Internationals, before being annexed by Jingdao. After Zeeburg successfully bid to host the 2013 Benacia Cup, the team finished bottom of their first qualifying group. Zeeburg once again became a protectorate of Batavia prior to the Benacia Cup, where the team lost all four of their matches.

Zeeburg was annexed by Jingdao in early 2014 once more, finishing bottom of their qualifying group before being succeeded by Nordzibola later in the year. Soon afterwards, Nordzibola was annexed by Batavia after Jingdao was declared dead.

In their first qualifiers as Nordzibola, the team finished third in their four-team group with six points to their name. Later in the year, following Batavia's death, Nordzibola was annexed once more by a restored Jingdao.

The 2016 Benacia Cup qualification rounds saw the team finish second in their five-team group with 17 points to advance to the finals, where they finished bottom of their group after two heavy defeats. Later in the year, Nordzibola became an autonomous territory of Jexit following its independence from Jingdao, before being re-annexed by Jingdao soon afterwards and dissolved, with the national team being integrated into Jingdao's.

Chronological competitive participation

Honours

Flag

Nordzibola used the following flag during the entirety of its FMF affiliation:

2014–16
Nordzibola