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Ellan Vannin football team

Ellan Vannin
Shirt badge/Association crest
Association Manx International Football Alliance
Confederation ConIFA
Head coach Chris Bass, Snr
Top scorer Calum Morrissey (6)
Home stadium The Bowl
First international
Ellan Vannin 10–0 Monaco 
(Douglas, Isle of Man; 6 April 2014)
Biggest win
Ellan Vannin 10–0 Monaco 
(Douglas, Isle of Man; 6 April 2014)
Biggest defeat
 Occitania 5-1 Ellan Vannin
Toulouse, France; 30 December 2014
ConIFA World Football Cup
Appearances 1 (First in 2014)
Best result Runners-up (2014)

The Ellan Vannin Football Team, is a football team that represents the Isle of Man. They are not affiliated with FIFA or UEFA (AFC), and therefore cannot compete for the FIFA World Cup or the UEFA European Championships.

They competed first at the ConIFA World Football Cup in 2014 where they won their group and became runners up to the County of Nice.[1]

History

Ellan Vannin - Felvidék - Debrecen, 2015.06.21

Formed in 2013, Ellan Vannin was created by the newly formed Manx International Football Alliance (MIFA) in order to enter ConIFA and compete at the ConIFA World Football Cup. As opposed to the official Isle of Man team (run by the Isle of Man FA), which is composed entirely of Isle of Man Football League players – regardless of nationality, Ellan Vannin will allow only those with Manx ties to play for them, in line with FIFA eligibility rules.

Following the signing of a Monaco on 6 April 2014, to be played at The Bowl in Douglas.[2] Ellan Vannin won their first international 10–0.[3]

MIFA were to be the host for the ConIFA European Football Cup by ConIFA,which took place in June 2015 in Székely Land.[4]

International record

6 April 2014
18:30
Friendly
Ellan Vannin 10–0  Monaco
Ciaran McNulty Goal 1'
Calum Morrissey Goal 2'?'45'
Julian Ringham Goal ?'
Sean Quaye Goal 66'
Chris Bass Jr Goal 69'
Joey Morling Goal ?'
Sam Caine Goal ?'?'
Match Report
The Bowl, Isle of Man
Attendance: 1,100
1 June 2014
19:00
World Football Cup Group Stage
Ellan Vannin 3–2  Nagorno-Karabakh
Ciaran McNulty Goal 41'
Antony Moore Goal 88'
Frank Jones Goal 90'
Match Report Mihran Manasyan Goal 27'31'
2 June 2014
19:00
World Football Cup Group Stage
Ellan Vannin 4–2  County of Nice
Calum Morrissey Goal 16'31'35'
Daniel Bell Goal 87'
Match Report Frank Delerue Goal 37'
Malik Tchokounte Goal 74'
Ellan Vannin 1–1  Iraqi Kurdistan
Seamus Sharkey Goal 80' Match Report Khaled Mushir Goal 23'
  Penalties  
Ciaran McNulty Penalty scored
Calum Morrissey Penalty scored
Chris Bass Jr Penalty scored
Jack McVey Penalty scored
4–2 Penalty missed Khaled Mushir
Penalty missed Sherzad Mohammed
Penalty scored Younis Shakour
Penalty scored Ahmed Salar
6 June 2014
19:00
World Football Cup Semi-Finals
Arameans Suryoye  1–4 Ellan Vannin
Match Report
30 December 2014
18:10 CET
Friendly
Occitania  5–1 Ellan Vannin
Match Report

Squad

Squad for the friendly against Occitania, December 2014[5]

0#0 Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
1GK Max Thomas 5 0 St Marys
2DF Liam Cowin 2 0 St Georges
2DF Gary Quirke 0 DHSOB
2DF Sean Quaye 5 1 St Georges
3MF Sam Caine 4 2 St Georges
3MF Frank Jones 6 2 St Georges
3MF Matt Skillicorn Ramsey
3MF Rowan Richardson 0 0 Blackpool
2DF Alexander Harrison 2 0 Ohio State Buckeyes
3MF Jack McVey 4 1 St Georges
4FW Calum Morrissey 6 6 St Georges
2DF Seamus Sharkey 6 1 Derry City
3MF Liam Doyle 5 0 Ohio State Buckeyes
3MF Furo Davies 2 Rushen United
4FW Ste Riding 2 Rushen United
1GK Andrew Perry 3 0 St Georges

Top goalscorers

# Name Goals Caps
1 Calum Morrisey 6 6
2 Chris Bass, Jnr 2 6
Ciaran McNulty 2 6
Frank Jones 2 6
Sam Caine 2 ?
6 Antony Moore 1 2
Daniel Bell 1 ?
Jack McVey 1 4
Joey Morling 1 3
Julian Ringham 1 6
Sean Quaye 1 5
Seamus Sharkey 1 5

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