Bahamas national football team
FIFA RANKING: 201
Bahamas Football Association
Thomas Robinson Stadium, Nassau
MOST CAPPED PLAYER:-
Lesly St. Fleur
Lesly St. Fleur
The Baha Boyz
Antigua and Barbuda
The Bahamas national football team is controlled by the Bahamas Football Association.
It was founded in 1967 and joined FIFA in 1968. Bahamas has never qualified for the FIFA World Cup.
In 2011, they withdrew from the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers after playing in the first round.
It is part of the CONCACAF (North America) and the CFU (Caribbean Football Union).
Football in the Bahamas
The sport of football in the country of Bahamas is run by the Bahamas Football Association.
The association administers the Bahamas national football team.
BFA Senior League
The BFA Senior League is the highest championship of football in Bahamas.
Before 2008 it was played between the winners of the New Providence Football League and the Grand Bahama Football League.
In 2008 the two leagues from two islands merged into one league.
Caribbean Club Championship
The Caribbean Club Championship, also known as the CFU Club Championship or CFU Club Champions’ Cup is the Caribbean football championship.
It is an annual international club football competition held amongst football clubs from the Caribbean for clubs that are members of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU).
The Caribbean Club Championship serves as a qualifying event for the CONCACAF Champions League tournament.
The tournament is officially the Flow CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship for sponsorship reasons since 2018.
With the expansion of the CONCACAF Champions League starting from the 2023–24 edition, the 2022 edition of the Caribbean Club Championship will be the last held.
Instead, a regional cup tournament, the Caribbean Cup, will be launched as a qualifying tournament of the CONCACAF Champions League for teams from the Caribbean, besides those which qualify directly through their professional leagues.