Montecara national football team
|Nickname(s)||I Matarrè (The King-Killers)|
|Head coach||Gaudènz Crèsce|
|Most caps||Fàuste Amerù (125)|
|Top scorer||Aresì Ianùxi (27)|
|Home stadium||Arena de Montecara, Montecara|
|Montecara 4–1 Piraea|
(Cànpo Marçiàl, Montecara; 27 April 1917)
The Montecara national football team (Montecaran: Seleçiò naxonàl de ballonpèt Montecarà) is the men's football team representing Montecara in international football competitions. It is fielded by Ballonpèt Montecarà, the national football governing body. Its colors are red and white, the same as Montecara's national colors, and the team nickname is the "King-Killers" (I Matarrè). The team draws heavily for its talent from SDB Montecara, the highly successful local club that plays in the top flight of Euclean football.
Founded in 1917 when Montecara was still part of the Gaullican Empire, the team was originally a sub-national squad that represented the top players in the city. It began playing recognized matches at the international level on the restoration of Montecara's independence in 1936.
Player caps and goals correct as of 15 August 2019.
INJ Player withdrew from the squad due to an injury.
PRE Preliminary squad.
RET Retired from international football.