Netherlands Antilles national football team

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The Netherlands Antilles national football team (Dutch, "Nederlands-Antilliaans voetbalelftal"; Papiamentu, "Selekshon Antiano di futbòl") was the national team of the former Netherlands Antilles and was controlled by the Nederlands Antilliaanse Voetbal Unie.wikipedia
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Curaçao national football team

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The NAVU consisted of Curaçao and Bonaire.
Both FIFA and CONCACAF recognize the Curaçao national team to be the direct and sole successor of the dependant Curaçao (1921–1958) and the Netherlands Antilles national football teams.

Bonaire national football team

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The NAVU consisted of Curaçao and Bonaire.
Until 2010 people from Bonaire competed in confederated football as part of the Netherlands Antilles national football team.

Nicaragua national football team

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They lost all 4 games: 7–2 to the hosts Costa Rica on 10 May, 8–0 to El Salvador on 13 May, 9–1 to the Netherlands Antilles on 15 May and 5–2 to Panama on 18 May.

Jamaica national football team

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A year later, Jamaica competed in the first CONCACAF Championship in El Salvador, where the team finished last in its group, which included Mexico, the Netherlands Antilles, and eventual winner Costa Rica.

El Salvador national football team

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In the 1989 CONCACAF Championship qualification they eliminated the Netherlands Antilles 6–0 on aggregate (1–0, 5–0).

2010 Caribbean Cup

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At the time of the dissolution, the team was about to compete in the qualification tournament for the 2010 Caribbean Championship, and finally competed under an obsolete country name.
All remaining entrants – Anguilla, Barbados, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Montserrat, Netherlands Antilles, Puerto Rico, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Martin, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and Suriname – were drawn into the first qualifying round.

Parbo Bier Cup

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The 2004 edition of the Parbo Bier Cup was contested by the national teams of the Netherlands Antilles and Suriname, plus two SVB Hoofdklasse clubs, S.V. Transvaal and S.V. Leo Victor.

Ergilio Hato Stadium

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The stadium is currently used mostly for football matches, also being the home ground of the Curaçao national football team, successor of the Netherlands Antilles national football team.

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The Netherlands Antilles national football team (Dutch, "Nederlands-Antilliaans voetbalelftal"; Papiamentu, "Selekshon Antiano di futbòl") was the national team of the former Netherlands Antilles and was controlled by the Nederlands Antilliaanse Voetbal Unie.

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The Netherlands Antilles national football team (Dutch, "Nederlands-Antilliaans voetbalelftal"; Papiamentu, "Selekshon Antiano di futbòl") was the national team of the former Netherlands Antilles and was controlled by the Nederlands Antilliaanse Voetbal Unie.

Netherlands Antilles

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The Netherlands Antilles national football team (Dutch, "Nederlands-Antilliaans voetbalelftal"; Papiamentu, "Selekshon Antiano di futbòl") was the national team of the former Netherlands Antilles and was controlled by the Nederlands Antilliaanse Voetbal Unie.

Netherlands Antillean Football Union

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The Netherlands Antilles national football team (Dutch, "Nederlands-Antilliaans voetbalelftal"; Papiamentu, "Selekshon Antiano di futbòl") was the national team of the former Netherlands Antilles and was controlled by the Nederlands Antilliaanse Voetbal Unie.

Aruba

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Aruba split in 1986 and has its own team.

Aruba national football team

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Aruba split in 1986 and has its own team.

FIFA World Cup

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The Netherlands Antilles team never qualified for the FIFA World Cup.

CONCACAF

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The country managed to come third in the CONCACAF championships of 1963 and 1969.

1963 CONCACAF Championship

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The country managed to come third in the CONCACAF championships of 1963 and 1969.

1969 CONCACAF Championship

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The country managed to come third in the CONCACAF championships of 1963 and 1969.

Kingdom of the Netherlands

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Under the name Curaçao, the team played its first international game in 1934 (against Suriname, which was then still part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands as well) and continued to use the name Curaçao until the qualifications for the World Championships of 1958, although the name of the area had changed from "Territory of Curaçao" to "Netherlands Antilles" in 1948.

Dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles

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The Netherlands Antilles was dissolved as a unified political entity on 10 October 2010, and the five constituent islands took on new constitutional statuses within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, forming 2 new countries (Curaçao and Sint Maarten) and 3 new special municipalities of the Netherlands (namely Bonaire, Saba and Sint Eustatius).

Curaçao

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The Netherlands Antilles was dissolved as a unified political entity on 10 October 2010, and the five constituent islands took on new constitutional statuses within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, forming 2 new countries (Curaçao and Sint Maarten) and 3 new special municipalities of the Netherlands (namely Bonaire, Saba and Sint Eustatius).

Sint Maarten

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The Netherlands Antilles was dissolved as a unified political entity on 10 October 2010, and the five constituent islands took on new constitutional statuses within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, forming 2 new countries (Curaçao and Sint Maarten) and 3 new special municipalities of the Netherlands (namely Bonaire, Saba and Sint Eustatius).

Caribbean Netherlands

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The Netherlands Antilles was dissolved as a unified political entity on 10 October 2010, and the five constituent islands took on new constitutional statuses within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, forming 2 new countries (Curaçao and Sint Maarten) and 3 new special municipalities of the Netherlands (namely Bonaire, Saba and Sint Eustatius).

Netherlands

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The Netherlands Antilles was dissolved as a unified political entity on 10 October 2010, and the five constituent islands took on new constitutional statuses within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, forming 2 new countries (Curaçao and Sint Maarten) and 3 new special municipalities of the Netherlands (namely Bonaire, Saba and Sint Eustatius).