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Western Isles national football team

Western Isles
Association Western Isles Island Games Association
Top scorer Scott Maciver (6 goals)
Home stadium Goathill Park, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis
First colours
First international
(11 July 2005)
Biggest win
Falkland Islands 
(30 June 2009)
Biggest defeat
(29 June 2009)

The Western Isles representative team is the representative football team for the Western Isles, Scotland. They are not affiliated with FIFA or UEFA. Most players selected either play in the Lewis and Harris Football League or the Uist & Barra Football League. The team has participated in several Island Games tournaments since 2005.[1]

Selected internationals

Date Venue Opponent Score
Jul 03 2009 Aland  Western Isles  Minorca 1 - 4
Jun 30 2009 Aland  Western Isles  Falkland Islands 7 - 1
Jun 29 2009 Aland  Western Isles  Isle of Man 0 - 5
Jun 28 2009 Aland  Western Isles  Gotland 2 - 1
Apr 24 2009 Aland  Western Isles  Shetland 1 - 0
Jul 5 2007 Rhodes  Western Isles  Bermuda U23 1 - 0
Jul 4 2007 Rhodes  Western Isles  Rhodes 0 - 1
Jul 2 2007 Rhodes  Western Isles  Gotland 3 - 1
Jul 1 2007 Rhodes  Western Isles  Gotland 2 - 1
Sep 15 2006 Western Isles  Western Isles  Shetland 3 - 1
Jul 15 2005 Shetland  Western Isles  Isle of Man 4 - 0
Jul 14 2005 Shetland  Western Isles  Orkney 5 - 4
Jul 13 2005 Shetland  Western Isles  Ynys Môn 0 - 0
Jul 12 2005 Shetland  Western Isles  Greenland 4 - 4
Jul 11 2005 Shetland  Western Isles  Guernsey 1 - 2

Squad 2009

The following players were in the 2009 Island Games squad.[2]

  • (GK) Colin Macritchie (Stornoway Athletic)
  • (GK) Martin MacPhee (Stornoway United)
  • Andrew Dunn (Lochs FC)
  • Niall Gibson (Lochs FC)
  • Ross Hall (Back FC)
  • Donald Mackay (Carloway FC)
  • Donald Mackay
  • Michael Mackay (Back FC)
  • Scott Maciver (Stornoway Athletic)
  • Martin Maclean (Back FC)
  • Kenneth Maclennan (Carloway FC)
  • Murdo Maclennan(Back FC)
  • Euan Macleod (Back FC)
  • David Macmillan (Lochs FC)
  • Donal MacPhail (West Side FC)
  • Stuart MacPherson (Point FC)
  • John Morrison (Lochs FC)
  • Andrew Murray (Lochs FC)
  • Duncan Steele


External links

  • List of matches in Roon Ba

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