|Nickname(s)||The Emerald Boys|
|Association||Montserrat Football Association|
|Confederation||CONCACAF (North America)|
|Head coach||Willie Donachie|
|Most caps||Dean Mason (14)|
|Top scorer||Jaylee Hodgson|
Bradley Woods-Garness (4)
|Ground||Blakes Estate Stadium|
|FIFA ranking||183 (20 February 2020)|
|Highest FIFA ranking||165 (August 2014)|
|Lowest FIFA ranking||206 (January 2011 – January 2012, June 2012, August – September 2012)|
|Elo ranking||206 (25 March 2020)|
|Highest Elo ranking||107 (February 1950)|
|Lowest Elo ranking||233 (September 2012)|
|First international|| St Lucia 3|
(Saint Lucia; 10 May 1991)
|Biggest win|| Montserrat 7|
British Virgin Islands 0
(Fort-de-France, Martinique; 9 September 2012)
|Biggest defeat|| Bermuda 13|
(Hamilton, Bermuda; 29 February 2004)
The Montserrat national football team represents the small Caribbean island of Montserrat in the CONCACAF football region. Football is the second most popular sport in Montserrat, after Cricket. The team play at the Blakes Estate Stadium, near the village of Look Out. The Montserrat football team was formed in 1973, and has entered the FIFA World Cup qualifiers since the 2002 edition, being eliminated in the first round on each occasion.
Due to the heavy volcanic activity on the island since 1995, the team has only played a handful of matches, and most of those have been away from home. Their only victories were against neighboring Anguilla in the qualifying tournament of the 1995 Caribbean Cup, winning 3–2 at home and 1–0 away. Apart from one other draw against Anguilla, all their other matches before 2012 have been lost.
On June 30, 2002, the day of the 2002 FIFA World Cup Final, Montserrat, then the lowest ranked team in the world, played against the second lowest team, Bhutan, in a friendly match known jokingly as "The Other Final", but lost 4–0.