Tag Archives: Dutch Antilles

Netherlands Antilles – An Update

As pointed out by Paul in his previous article, the Netherlands Antilles were scheduled to be dissolved last year, however they are still listed on the FIFA site. We have been innundated with literally no requests to know what we’re talking about, but if you’re reading this then you probably already know. If not, let […]

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Who Are The Netherlands Antilles?

If you asked people about the Netherlands Antilles you’d probably be greeted by confused looks, as most people won’t even have heard of them. The Netherlands Antilles (also known as the Dutch Antilles) are a small collection of islands in the Caribbean Sea, with a total population of just under 200,000. The small population means […]

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Mexico vs Dutch Antilles 1963

Mexico 1-2 Dutch Antilles 24 March 1963CONCACAF Cup, Estadio Flor Blanca, Santa Ana, El SalvadorScorers: Ortíz (Mexico) Ronald Delanoy, Jesús del Muro (o.g.) (Antilles) So it was Mexico, one of the biggest countries in the world with a population of over 100 million, versus the Antilles, a small Dutch-claimed group of islands in the Caribbean […]

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