The Bahamas are, of course, another set of Caribbean islands. Although bigger at 5,358 square miles and more populous at 392,718, they don’t have the football bug. Cricket is number one here unsurprisingly, although Bahamas are not part of the West Indies Confederation, so their players can only represent Bahamas.
Bahamas’ biggest football problem is that they don’t play very often. So far in 2016 they haven’t played a single game. They only enter the World Cup and don’t appear interested in other international tournaments.
Their last matches were in 2015, two World Cup qualifiers against Bermuda which they lost 3-0 and 5-0. They last scored a goal in 2008 in a thrilling 2-2 draw against the British Virgin Islands. (no comments about British virgins please – this is a family magazine). Similar ambitions to Anguilla methinks.