|Association||Grenada Football Association|
|Confederation||CONCACAF (North America)|
|Head coach||Michael Findlay|
|Most caps||Cassim Langaigne (72)|
|Top scorer||Ricky Charles (37)|
|Home stadium||Kirani James Stadium|
|Current||171 1 (23 June 2022)|
|Highest||88 (July 2009)|
|Lowest||176 (December 2007)|
| Grenada 2–1 British Guiana |
(Grenada; 13 October 1934)
| Grenada 14–1 Anguilla |
(St. John's, Antigua and Barbuda; 15 April 1998)
| Curaçao 10–0 Grenada |
(Willemstad, Curaçao; 10 September 2018)
|Appearances||3 (first in 2009)|
|Best result||Group stage (2009, 2011, 2021)|
The Grenada national football team represents Grenada in international football and is controlled by the Grenada Football Association, a member of the Caribbean Football Union of CONCACAF. The team is nicknamed The Spice Boys, a reference to the country being dubbed as the "Island of Spice" or the "Spice Isle".
Grenada has never qualified for the World Cup but have finished second in the Caribbean Cup in 1989 and 2008. Their second-place finish in the 2008 Caribbean Cup gave Grenada its first qualification to a major international competition, that being the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup.
Granada played its first international match, on 13 October 1934, against British Guiana, which they defeated 2–1. They played British Guiana twice, Barbados and St Kitts and Nevis before the Second World War started in 1939, winning all of those contests.
In 1961, Grenada participated in the Windward Islands Tournament, losing their opening game to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 6–3, but winning their next two matches against Saint Lucia 4–0 and Dominica 8–1 to win the tournament. Grenada won the tournament again the following year, beating Saint Vincent 2–1 in the final, and for four consecutive years from 1967 to 1970.
Grenada played their first competitive match in the 1979 CFU Championship qualifiers against Trinidad and Tobago, losing 3–1 on aggregate. Grenada entered the 1981 CONCACAF Championship qualification but lost in the preliminary round to Guyana 8–4 over two legs. Their next competitive match came in the 1985 CFU Championship qualifiers, but they lost both matches and failed to progress past the first round. Grenada had more success in the CFU Championship's successor tournament, reaching the 1989 Caribbean Cup final before losing 2–1 to Trinidad and Tobago.
Grenada qualified for the 1990 Caribbean Cup but lost again to Trinidad and Tobago, this time 5–0 before drawing with Jamaica 0–0 therefore failing to advance. In the qualifiers for the 1994 Caribbean Cup, Grenada was eliminated by Barbados in an infamous match where Barbados purposefully scored an own-goal in order to force overtime and help them to advance, which they did. Grenada qualified to the 1997 Caribbean Cup, reaching the semi-finals before losing to Saint Kitts and Nevis. Grenada entered the 1998 World Cup qualifiers but after getting through the preliminary round by beating Guyana 8–1 on aggregate, they lost 7–1 over two legs to Haiti.
In the 2002 World Cup qualifiers, Grenada was knocked out by Barbados who won with a tight 5–4 aggregate score. They were luckier four years later in the 2006 World Cup qualifiers, once again eliminating Guyana (8–1 on aggregate) in the first round before falling to the USA who edged them 6–2. Granada would close this decade with a new World Cup disappointment, in the 2010 World Cup qualifiers, being eliminated by Costa Rica 5–2.
Nineteen years after finishing runner-up in the 1989 Caribbean Cup, the Spice Boyz once again reached the final, in the 2008 edition, although they lost to the hosts, Jamaica 2–0. However, this result allowed them to qualify for the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup for the first time, however Grenada failed to score a goal in the competition whilst conceding ten times and collecting no points. In the 2010 Caribbean Cup, Grenada reached the semi-finals before again being eliminated by Jamaica though their performance earned them qualification for the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup but they again failed to capitalise, losing all three group matches and scoring only a single goal.
Since 2012, Grenada have not managed to progress to the Caribbean Cup or the CONCACAF Gold Cup. In the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, they finished bottom of their qualifying group despite being the top seed, then in 2018 World Cup qualification they were eliminated by Haiti in the third round.
In the 2019–20 CONCACAF Nations League qualifying, Grenada suffered its largest ever defeat, losing 10–0 against Curaçao. They'd eventually qualify for League B before earning promotion to League A for the 2022–23 CONCACAF Nations League competition.
The following is a list of match results in the last 12 months, as well as any future matches that have been scheduled.
|20 July 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup||Panama||3–1||Grenada||Orlando, United States|
||Stadium: Exploria Stadium|
Referee: César Ramos (Mexico)
|February 1 Friendly||Charlotte FC||3–0||Grenada||Bradenton, Florida|
|12:30PM EST||Obertan 30'
|Report||Stadium: IMG Academy|
|23 March Friendly||Gibraltar||0–0||Grenada||Gibraltar|
|Report||Stadium: Victoria Stadium|
Referee: Paul McLaughlin (Republic of Ireland)
|28 March Friendly||Andorra||1–0||Grenada||Andorra la Vella, Andorra|
||Report||Stadium: Estadi Nacional|
|4 June Nations League||El Salvador||3–1||Grenada||San Salvador, El Salvador|
||Stadium: Estadio Cuscatlán|
Referee: Enrique Santander (Mexico)
|7 June Nations League||Grenada||2–2||El Salvador||St. George's, Grenada|
|19:00 UTC−4||Report||Stadium: Kirani James Athletic Stadium|
Referee: José Torres (Puerto Rico)
|10 June Nations League||United States||5–0||Grenada||Austin, United States|
|21:00 UTC−5||Report||Stadium: Q2 Stadium|
Referee: Said Martínez (Honduras)
The following players were called up for the 2022–23 CONCACAF Nations League games against El Salvador and United States in June 2022.
Caps and goals correct as of 28 March 2022, after the match against Andorra.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|GK||Jason Belfon||3 July 1990||44||0||Paradise|
|GK||Reice Charles-Cook||8 April 1994||5||0||Dartford|
|GK||Trishawn Thomas||25 January 2003||0||0||Queens Park Rangers|
|DF||Benjamin Ettienne||13 March 2003||7||0||Charleston Battery|
|DF||Kwesi Paul||11 July 1994||3||0||Peachtree City|
|DF||A. J. Paterson||31 January 1996||16||4||Charleston Battery|
|DF||Kraig Noel-McLeod||11 December 1999||9||0||Enfield Town|
|DF||Tyrone Sterling||8 October 1987||13||0||Dulwich Hamlet|
|DF||Christian James||24 February 2001||1||0||Camerhogne|
|DF||Kayden Harrack||5 November 2003||2||0||Queens Park Rangers|
|DF||Lemoud Ogiste||21 September 2003||0||0||Sunsetters|
|MF||Alexander McQueen||24 March 1995||13||0||Indy Eleven|
|MF||Shavon John-Brown||13 April 1995||32||4||El Paso Locomotive|
|MF||Kwazim Theodore||12 January 1996||33||1||Unattached|
|MF||Josh Gabriel||30 November 1999||6||0||Westchester Flames|
|MF||Steffon Abraham||29 December 1999||8||0||Paradise|
|MF||Ashley Charles||15 September 1999||0||0||Wealdstone|
|MF||Leon Braveboy||13 January 1999||6||0||Hard Rock|
|FW||Romar Frank||28 September 1996||17||1||Camerhogne|
|FW||Kairo Mitchell||21 October 1997||14||2||Notts County|
|FW||Saydrel Lewis||27 November 1997||25||7||Real Juventud|
|FW||Dejon Noel-Williams||22 September 1998||6||0||Braintree Town|
|FW||Jacob Berkeley-Agyepong||27 March 1997||5||0||Aldershot Town|
|FW||Jamal Charles||24 November 1995||28||14||Real Sociedad|
|FW||Kharlton Belmar||1 December 1992||6||0||Colorado Springs Switchbacks|
|FW||Lucas Akins||25 February 1989||0||0||Mansfield Town|
The following players have been called up within the last 12 months.
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club||Latest call-up|
|DF||Aaron Pierre||17 February 1993||15||1||Shrewsbury Town||2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup|
|DF||Omar Beckles||25 October 1991||7||0||Leyton Orient||2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup|
|MF||Oliver Norburn||26 October 1992||3||0||Peterborough United||2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup|
|FW||Regan Charles-Cook||14 February 1997||4||0||Eupen||v. Andorra, 28 March 2022|
|FW||Ricky German||13 January 1999||3||0||Dulwich Hamlet||2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup|
Players in bold still active with Grenada.
|FIFA World Cup record||FIFA World Cup qualification record|
|1930 to 1974||Part of United Kingdom||Part of United Kingdom|
|1978||Not a FIFA member||Not a FIFA member|
|1982||Did not qualify||2||0||0||2||4||8|
|1990||Did not enter||Declined participation|
|1998||Did not qualify||2||0||0||2||1||7|
|2026||To be determined||To be determined|
Main article: Grenada at the CONCACAF Gold Cup
|CONCACAF Championship & Gold Cup record|
|1963 to 1973||Part of United Kingdom|
|1977||Did not enter|
|1981||Did not qualify|
|1989||Did not enter|
|1993||Did not qualify|
|2013||Did not qualify|
|CONCACAF Nations League record|
|2022–23||A||D||To be determined|
|CFU Championship & Caribbean Cup record||Qualification record|
|1978||Did not enter||Did not enter|
|1979||Did not qualify||2||0||0||2||1||3|
|1981||Did not enter||Did not enter|
|1985||Did not qualify||2||0||0||2||1||8|
|1988||Did not enter||Did not enter|
|1991||Did not enter||Did not enter|
|1992||Did not qualify||3||0||2||1||1||2|
|1998||Did not qualify||3||2||0||1||17||4|
|2001||Did not qualify||3||1||0||2||6||7|
|2012||Did not qualify||3||1||1||1||3||4|
((cite web)): CS1 maint: url-status (link)