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Rhodes national football team

Rhodes
First colours
First international
Rhodes Rhodes 1 - 3 Ynys Môn 
(Gotland, 27 June 1999)
Biggest win
Rhodes Rhodes 6 - 1 Orkney 
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(Guernsey, 29 June 2003)
Biggest defeat
Rhodes Rhodes 0 - 4 Gibraltar 
(Rhodes, 6 July 2007)
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The Rhodes football team is the football team which represents the island of Rhodes, at the biannual Island Games. Rhodes is not a member of FIFA or UEFA, it is an island within Greece and plays under the auspices of the Hellenic Football Federation, the governing body for football in Greece.

Selected internationals in Island Games

Date Venue Opponent Score
Jun 26 2011 Isle of Wight Rhodes Rhodes  Greenland 2 - 1
Jul 3 2009 Aland Rhodes Rhodes  Western Isles 4 - 0
Jun 30 2009 Aland Rhodes Rhodes  Saaremaa 3 - 0
Jun 29 2009 Aland Rhodes Rhodes  Jersey 0 - 1
Jun 28 2009 Aland Rhodes Rhodes  Isle of Wight 2 - 0
Jul 6 2007 Rhodes Rhodes Rhodes  Gibraltar 0 - 4
Jul 4 2007 Rhodes Rhodes Rhodes  Western Isles 1 - 0
Jul 2 2007 Rhodes Rhodes Rhodes  Frøya 3 - 1
Jun 30 2007 Rhodes Rhodes Rhodes  Saaremaa 2 - 0
Jun 1 2003 Guernsey Rhodes Rhodes  Guernsey 1 - 2
Jun 30 2003 Guernsey Rhodes Rhodes  Alderney 5 - 1
Jun 29 2003 Guernsey Rhodes Rhodes
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Orkney
6 - 1
Jul 13 2001 Isle of Man Rhodes Rhodes  Gibraltar 0 - 2
Jul 12 2001 Isle of Man Rhodes Rhodes  Isle of Man 3 - 1
Jul 10 2001 Isle of Man Rhodes Rhodes  Isle of Wight 1 - 4
Jul 9 2001 Isle of Man Rhodes Rhodes  Greenland 2 - 0
Jul 2 1999 Gotland Rhodes Rhodes  Åland Islands 3 - 2
Jul 1 1999 Gotland Rhodes Rhodes  Greenland 2 - 0
Jun 28 1999 Gotland Rhodes Rhodes  Guernsey 0 - 0
Jun 27 1999 Gotland Rhodes Rhodes Wales Ynys Môn 1 - 1

Squad 2009[1]

The following players were in the Island Games squad in 2009.

  • (GK) Dimitris Karagianis
  • Georgios Fotinis
  • Michail Manias
  • Xipas Antunis
  • Antonios Athanasiou
  • Nikolaos Frantzis
  • Charalampos Tagaef
  • Apostolos Axiotis
  • Antonis Georgalis
  • Eleft. Mavromoustakos
  • Theoharis Moshis
  • Chrisostomos Nikolaou
  • Savvas Pafiakis
  • George Toppos
  • Stilianos Chatzipetros
  • Konstantinos Kalimeris
  • Spirydon Tsakmakidis
  • Mihalis Filakouris
  • Alexandros Tzaferis
  • Panagiotis Pompou

Tournament records

Island Games record

Year Round Position GP W D L GS GA
Gotland 1999 5th Place Match 5th 4 2 2 0 6 3
Isle of Man 2001 5th Place Match 5th 4 2 0 2 6 7
Guernsey 2003 Withdrew 2 2 0 0 11 2
Rhodes 2007 Final 2nd 4 3 0 1 6 5
Åland Islands 2009 5th place Match 5th 4 3 0 1 9 1
Total 5/11 18 12 2 4 38 18

References

External links

  • List of matches in Roon Ba

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