Passas national under-21 football team
|First FMF intermicronational|
|Kataria U-21 1–1 Passas U-21|
|Passas U-21 3–0 Ocia U-21|
|Passas U-21 1–3 Craitland U-21|
|FMF Under-21 World Cup|
|Appearances||2 (First in 2007)|
The Passas national under-21 football team was the football team for players aged 21 and under which most recently represented the Gralan constituent nation of Passas, and previously represented the independent nation of the same name.
The team was founded in 2007 after applying successfully to compete in the inaugural FMF Under-21 World Cup. The team advanced from their group with five points before beating Riponia to reach the final, where they fell short with a 3–1 loss to Craitland.
The team entered the second Under-21 World Cup after Passas had become part of Gralus, but the tournament was abandoned due to political unrest in the host nation Tellia prior to the knock-out stages. Passas had completed two of their three group matches when the tournament was cancelled, and were sitting top with four points.
Following the 2008 tournament's abandonment, the FMF cancelled its under-21 sector and the team has played no matches since.
Chronological competitive participation
Passas under-21 used the following flag during the entirety of its FMF affiliation: