List of national association football teams by nickname

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The following is a list of nicknames of national association football teams.

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TeamNicknameEnglish translationNotesRef.
Flag of American Samoa.svg  American Samoa Au FiliThe National TeamFilifili means the Chosen or Selected in Samoan dialect. [1]
Flag of Anguilla.svg  Anguilla The Rainbow WarriorsSet in the Caribbean sea and with St. Martin as a backdrop, Anguilla has one of the largest community of Dolphins in the world. [1]
The Soccer Dolphins [1]
Flag of Antigua and Barbuda.svg  Antigua and Barbuda The Wadadi BoyzWadadi is a local dance. [1]
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina La AlbicelesteThe White and Sky-BlueThe Argentinian flag has 3 equal stripes, the white and blue stripe represent the sky clouds and the yellow sun in the middle. [2]
Flag of Aruba.svg  Aruba La SelecciónThe Selection [1]
Flag of the Bahamas.svg  Bahamas Rake & Scrape BoysRake-and-scrape is a genre of music native to the Bahamas. [3]
Flag of Barbados.svg  Barbados Bajan PrideBajan is a popular term for citizens of Barbados. [1]
Flag of Belize.svg  Belize The JaguarsBelize is home to one of the biggest Jaguar Populations. The Jaguar Reserve is the world's biggest and only Jaguar Preserve spanning 150 square miles. [1]
Flag of Bermuda.svg  Bermuda Gombey WarriorsThe Gombey is an iconic symbol of Bermuda, a unique performance art full of colorful and intricate masquerade, dance and drumming. [4]
Flag of Bolivia (state).svg  Bolivia El VerdeThe GreenIn 1957, the Bolivian Football Federation decided to use one of the colors in the Flag of Bolivia. Given red and yellow were used by many of the other South American countries, green became the primary color, leading to the nickname "El Verde" ("The Green"). [1]
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil CanarinhoThe Little CanaryIn reference to the yellow shirt. [1]
SeleçãoThe SelectionSeleção means the process or act of selecting. [5]
Verde-AmarelaThe Green and YellowThe flag of Brazil also known in Portuguese as Verde e amarela ("The Green and Yellow"). [1]
Flag of the British Virgin Islands.svg  British Virgin Islands Nature BoyzThe British Virgin Islands are a collection of 60 unspoiled islands that pack the best of the Caribbean. They are commonly referred to as nature's little secrets. [6]
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada Canucks "Canuck" is a slang term for Canadian. [7] [8]
Les RougesThe RedsFrom their Red uniforms. [9] [10] [11]
Flag of the Cayman Islands.svg  Cayman Islands The TurtlesThe sea turtle is a prominent symbol in Cayman culture. Turtles adorn Caymanian money and appear on the islands’ flag as part of the official coat of arms. [1]
Flag of Chile.svg  Chile La RojaThe Red OneThe Chilean national football team wears Red Jerseys, Blue shorts and white socks. The color scheme of red, white, and blue has been in use since 1947. [12]
El equipo de todosThe team of everyone [13]
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia Los CafeterosThe Coffee GrowersColombian coffee is renowned the world over for its quality and delicious taste. [14]
La TricolorThe Tricolour The national flag of Colombia symbolizes Colombian independence from Spain, gained on July 20, 1810. It is a horizontal tricolor of yellow, blue and red. [15]
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia (Women's)Las Chicas Superpoderosas The Powerpuff Girls In reference to the popular Powerpuff Girls cartoon, in which super-powered little girls set out to save the world. [16] [17]
Flag of the Cook Islands.svg  Cook Islands Soka Kuki AiraniThe National TeamThe Flag of the Cook Islands from 1973 to 1979 was a predominantly green color representing the continuous growth and life of the islands [1]
The Green and Whites [1]
Flag of Costa Rica.svg  Costa Rica Los Ticos The TicosFrom the local linguistic habit of creating diminutives by adding "tico" instead of "tito" to the end of words. [18]
La SeleShortening of "The Selection" (in Spanish)Named after the most successful national football team in the history of Central America. Which won three CONCACAF Championships (1963, 1969 and 1989) and eight championships in the Copa Centroamericana and its predecessor. [19]
Los MatacampeonesThe Champion Killers [20]
Flag of Cuba.svg  Cuba Los Leones del CaribeThe Caribbean LionsCuba is an island in the Caribbean and the Lion is one of the most ferocious animals on earth. [21]
Flag of Curacao.svg  Curaçao The Blue StarsThe flag of Curacao is blue, with a yellow horizontal stripe slightly below the midline, and two white stars in the upper left corner. The blue symbolizes the sea and sky, and the yellow represents the sun. The two stars are for Curacao and Klein Curacao, but also stand for 'Love and Happiness.' [22]
Flag of Dominica.svg  Dominica Dominica TeamThe imperial amazon or Dominican amazon, also known as the sisserou, is a parrot found only on the Caribbean island of Dominica. It has been designated as the national bird of Dominica. [1]
Los PericosThe Parrots [1]
Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  Dominican Republic Los Quisqueyanos The QuisqueyanosQuisqueya is one of the names of Hispaniola Island otherwise known as the Dominican Republic. It is believed to mean "mother of all lands" in the Taíno language. [23]
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador La Tri / TricolorThe TricolourThe Flag of Ecuador has a horizontal tricolor of yellow blue and red with the National Coat of Arms superimposed at the center. [24]
Flag of El Salvador.svg  El Salvador La SelectaThe Selected [25]
Los Cuscatlecos The CuscatlecosIt means pertaining to El Salvador or of El Salvador. [26]
Flag of Fiji.svg  Fiji Bula Boys"Bula" is a greeting used in Fiji. [27]
Flag of Grenada.svg  Grenada Spice BoyzGrenada is known as the "Island of Spice". [28]
Flag of Guatemala.svg  Guatemala Los ChapinesThe Guatemalans"Chapin" is a Spanish slang term to refer to Guatemalans. [1]
La Azul y BlancoThe Blue & WhiteFrom the Guatemalan flag which is a tri-band of white and Blue. [29]
Flag of Guyana.svg  Guyana Golden JaguarsThe jaguar is one of the largest carnivorous mammals in Central America and it is found in Guyana. The Guyanese Coat of Arms includes two jaguars holding a pickaxe. [30]
Flag of Haiti.svg  Haiti Les GrenadiersThe Soldiers [31]
Le Rouge et BleuThe Red & Blue [32]
Flag of Honduras.svg  Honduras Los CatrachosThe Catrachos [33]
La BicolorThe Bi-color [1]
La HThe HThe initial for Honduras. [34]
Flag of Jamaica.svg  Jamaica Reggae BoyzReggae is a music genre that originated in Jamaica. [1]
Flag of Jamaica.svg  Jamaica (Women's) Reggae Girlz [35]
Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico El Tri / TricolorFrom "Tricolor" (Tricolour) [1]
Flag of Montserrat.svg  Montserrat Emerald BoysMontserrat is nicknamed "The Emerald Isle of the Caribbean". [1]
New Caledonia flags merged (2017).svg  New Caledonia Les CagousThe Kagus [1]
Les Rouges et GrisThe Red and Grays [1]
Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand All WhitesNew Zealand adopted an 'all white' playing strip during the 1981 World Cup qualifying campaign. [36]
Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand (Women's)Football Ferns The fern is one of the national symbols of New Zealand. [37]
Flag of Nicaragua.svg  Nicaragua Los AlbiazulesThe Whites & Blues [1]
Los PinolerosThe Pinole Makers"Pinolero" is slang for a citizen of Nicaragua. [1]
Flag of Panama.svg  Panama La Marea RojaThe Red Tide [1]
Equipo CanaleroThe Canal TeamIn reference to the Panama Canal. [1]
Flag of Papua New Guinea.svg  Papua New Guinea KapulsThe Cuscus A species of Australasian possum. [38]
Flag of Paraguay.svg  Paraguay La AlbirrojaThe White-Red [24]
Los GuaraníesThe Guaraní [24]
Flag of Peru (state).svg  Peru La BlanquirrojaThe White-Red [1]
Flag of Puerto Rico.svg  Puerto Rico El Huracán AzulThe Blue Hurricane [1]
Flag of Saint Kitts and Nevis.svg  Saint Kitts and Nevis Sugar Boys [39]
Flag of Saint Lucia.svg  Saint Lucia The Piton [1]
Flag of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.svg  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Vincy Heat [40]
Flag of Samoa.svg  Samoa Manumea After a native bird. [1]
Flag of the Solomon Islands.svg  Solomon Islands The Bonitos Tribe of fishes. [41]
Flag of Suriname.svg  Suriname De NatioShort for "Nationale Selectie" (National Selection) [1]
Suriboys [1]
Flag of French Polynesia.svg  Tahiti Toa Aito

Les guerriers de fer

Iron Warriors [1]
Flag of Tonga.svg  Tonga Timi FakafomuaThe National Team [1]
Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg  Trinidad and Tobago Soca WarriorsSoca is a music genre that originated in Trinidad and Tobago. [24]
Flag of the Turks and Caicos Islands.svg  Turks and Caicos Islands TCI TeamTCI is the acronym of "Turks and Caicos Islands". [1]
Flag of the United States.svg  United States USMNTAcronym of "United States Men's National Football Team". [42]
Stars & StripesReference to the American flag. [43]
The Yanks Slang term to refer to someone of American origin. [44]
Flag of the United States.svg  United States (Women's)USWNTAn acronym of "United States Women's National Football Team". [45] [46]
Team USATeam USA or United States national team may refer to any of a number of sports team representing the United States in international competitions. [47]
The Stars and StripesReference to the American flag. [43]
Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay La Celeste (Olímpica)The (Olympic) Sky Blue [1] [48]
Los Charrúas The CharrúaIndigenous people living in present day Uruguay. [1]
Flag of the United States Virgin Islands.svg  U.S. Virgin Islands The Dashing EagleThe eagle is the national symbol of the U.S. Virgin Islands. [1]
Flag of Vanuatu.svg  Vanuatu The Men in Black and Gold [1]
Flag of Venezuela (state).svg  Venezuela La VinotintoThe Burgundy [49]
Los LlanerosThe Plainsmen [1]
La Remolacha MecanicaThe Clockwork Beet [1]

Non-FIFA teams

ConIFA teams

TeamNicknameEnglish translationNotesRef.
Flag of the Republic of Abkhazia.svg  Abkhazia АбхазыAbkhasians[ citation needed ]
ГорцыHighlanders[ citation needed ]
КавказцыCaucasians[ citation needed ]
Flag of the Syriac-Aramaic People.svg  Arameans Suryoye
Flag of Artsakh.svg  Artsakh
Flag of Ogaden National Liberation Front(2).svg  Barawa
Flag of Cascadia.svg  Cascadia Dougies The Doug, or Douglas fir, is one of the primary symbols of the Cascadia bioregion. [50]
Flag of CSSC.svg  Chagos Islands
Comte de Nice flag.svg  County of Nice La SeleciounThe Selection [51]
Bandera Darfur.svg  Darfur Darfur United [52]
Flag of the Isle of Mann.svg  Ellan Vannin
Felvidek (Upper Hungary) football flag.png  Felvidék
Flagge franken.svg  Franconia Franken-ElfFranconia Eleven
Flag of Greenland.svg  Greenland Polar-BamserneThe Polar Teddybears [53]
Flag of Kurdistan.svg  Iraqi Kurdistan The Tricolour [ citation needed ]
Berber flag.svg  Kabylie
Flag of Transcarpathian Oblast.svg  Kárpátalja
Flag of Kiribati.svg  Kiribati
Fictitious flag of Lazistan Sanjak.svg  Lazistan
Matabeleland football flag.png  Matabeleland IngqungquluThe Warrior Birds [54]
Flag of Monaco.svg  Monaco
Flag of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.svg  Northern Cyprus
Flag of Occitania (with star).svg  Occitania La SeleccionThe Selection [55]
Flag of Padania.svg  Padania I RossocrociatiThe Red-Crossed Saint George's cross has been used extensively as a symbol of Northern Italy. It was also included in the previous version of the flag of Padania. [56]
Panjab football flag.png  Panjab
Flag of Quebec.svg  Quebec Les Québécois The Québécois[ citation needed ]
Flag of Raetia.svg  Raetia Die Bündner The Grisons [57]
Roma flag.svg  Romani people I RomThe Gypsies [58]
Sami flag.svg  Sápmi
Flag of Sardinia.svg  Sardinia Sa NatzionaleThe National Team [59]
Skanska flaggan.svg  Skåneland
Flag of Somaliland.svg  Somaliland
Flag of South Ossetia.svg  South Ossetia
Flag of Szekely Land.svg  Székely Land
Bicolor flag of Tamil Eelam.svg  Tamil Eelam
Flag of Tibet.svg  Tibet 禁断の集団The ForbiddensNamed after the Danish documentary on the team, called The Forbidden Team. [60]
Flag of Transnistria.svg  Transnistria
Flag of Tuvalu.svg  Tuvalu
Unification flag of Korea.svg  United Koreans in Japan FC Korea [61]
Flag of Western Armenia.svg  Western Armenia The Highlanders [62]
Flag of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic.svg  Western Sahara Los DromedariosThe Dromedaries [63]
FlagOfYorkshire.svg  Yorkshire The Vikings [64]
Flag of Zanzibar.svg  Zanzibar Zanzibar Heroes [63]
The Leopards [63]

Other non-FIFA teams

TeamNicknameEnglish translationNotesRef.
Flag of the Basque Country.svg  Basque Country Euskal SelekzioaThe Basque Team [65]
Flag of Bonaire.svg  Bonaire
Flag of Catalonia.svg  Catalonia La SeleccióThe Selection [66]
La QuatribarradaThe QuadrupleIn reference to the four orange horizontal bands on the flag of Catalonia. [66]
La SegadoraThe Reapers Els Segadors is the official anthem of Catalonia. [66]
La SenacafThe Senacaf [66] [67]
Flag of French Guiana.svg  French Guiana Les Yana DòkòsThe Yana Dòkòs [68]
Flag of Federated States of Micronesia.svg  Federated States of Micronesia The Four StarsIn reference to the stars on the flag of the F.S. of Micronesia. [69]
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain Team GB [70]
Flag of Guadeloupe (local).svg  Guadeloupe Les Gars de GuadeloupeGuys of Guadeloupe [71]
Les Boug'WadaGwada Boys [71]
Snake Flag of Martinique.svg  Martinique Les MatininoThe MatatinoTribute to the history of the island. [72] [73]
Flag of Nauru.svg  Nauru
Flag of Niue.svg  Niue
Flag of the Northern Mariana Islands.svg  Northern Mariana Islands The Blue AyuyusAyuyu is the name given to the Cocount crab. [74]
Flag of Palau.svg  Palau
Proposed flag of Reunion (VAR).svg  Réunion Club RIn reference to the initial for Réunion. [75]
Flag of France.svg  Saint Martin Saint Swallows[ citation needed ]
Flag of Sint Maarten.svg  Sint Maarten
Flag of the Vatican City.svg   Vatican City

Former teams

TeamNicknameEnglish translationNotesRef.
Flag of the CIS (UEFA Euro 1992).svg  CIS
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia
Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Weltmeister der FreundschaftsspieleWorld Champion of FriendliesDubbed by Fritz Wutke, recalling the 3–3 draw against Brazil in the Maracanã Stadium coming from a three-goal deficit. [76] [77]
Saint Patrick's Saltire.svg  Ireland
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Mandatory Palestine Eretz IsraelLand of Israel [78]
Flag of the Netherlands Antilles.svg  Netherlands Antilles De AntilopenThe Antelopes[ citation needed ]
Flag of Saar (1947-1956).svg  Saar
Flag of Serbia and Montenegro (1992-2006).svg  Serbia and Montenegro Plavi
Плави
The Blues[ citation needed ]
Flag of South Vietnam.svg  South Vietnam
Flag of South Yemen.svg  South Yemen صقور الجنوبSouth Falcons[ citation needed ]
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union Красная АрмияThe Red Army[ citation needed ]
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia PlaviThe Blues[ citation needed ]
Flag of Zaire.svg  Zaire Les LéopardsThe Leopards [79]

See also

Glossary of association football terms Wikimedia glossary list article

Association football was first codified in 1863 in England, although games that involved the kicking of a ball were evident considerably earlier. A large number of football-related terms have since emerged to describe various aspects of the sport and its culture.

This are lists of nicknames in football.

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