The Andorra national football team have not enjoyed very much success on the world stage. This is probably down to the size of their population. They are one of the smallest countries in UEFA alongside the likes of Liechtenstein, San Marino and the Faroe Islands.
The Andorra national football team only played their first official match in 1996, a 6-1 defeat to Estonia. Since then they have taken part in every qualifying campaign for both the European championships and the world cup. For Euro 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2012, as well as world cup 2002, 2010 and 2014 qualifying, they not only didn’t win a game, they did not even get a single point.
The Andorra national football team’s home stadium has a capacity of only 1800. It is also shared by several Andorran club teams. The league is actually only part-time which is no surprise given the size of the talent pool.
The Andorra national football team’s greatest ever player is their former goalkeeper Koldo. It may seem strange when in his last match for Andorra he conceded six goals at Wembley to England. He was, however, subbed in injury time and given a standing ovation by the England fans for his many saves to keep the score down to only six. As mentioned he retired after the match in 2009, and in 2010 he was put in charge of managing the national team.