The Antigua and Barbuda national football team had their national stadium rejected by FIFA for world cup 2014 qualifying. They were forced to use the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium for their matches. As you may have guessed it is a cricket stadium but does have a capacity of 10,000. The team has never made it to a world cup finals tournament.
Antigua and Barbuda is a nation made up of several islands, the main two being called Antigua and Barbuda. They have a population of just over 80,000 so will realistically always struggle on the international football stage due to a lack of a large player pool.
As with many similar countries cricket is the most popular sport in Antigua and Barbuda. Many of the players make up the West Indies cricket team when playing on the international stage. Football is also popular, with the Antigua and Barbuda national football team entering qualifying for the 1974 world cup. They did not enter another until 1986 but have entered all subsequent competitions. Athletics and tennis are two further sports enjoyed in the country.