British Virgin Islands national football team has a strange history. In the year 2000 Andre Villas-Boas took control of the team at the age of 21. He was the youngest ever international manager, before moving on a year later to coach Porto under 19’s.
The country is a British overseas territory situated in the Caribbean. Due to it’s location the country’s primary sport is sailing. This attracts many people from around the world. Football is not a popular sport which is reflected by their FIFA world ranking.
They have not yet made it to a world cup finals tournament but are showing steady improvement as a team after entering each competition since.