|Prasia national football team|
|Nicknames||Los Isleños (The Islanders)|
|Confederation||CONMEBOL (South America)|
|Head coach||Alejandro Mosquera|
|Captain||Miguel Perez Moreno|
|Home Stadium||Estadio Sassari (capacity: 32,400)|
The national team was founded in 1926 and consisted of amateur players until 1966, when it was decided to include professionals to increase the team's prestige. By the early 1980s, Prasia had built up a good team and had a talented generation of players, led by Pedro Lanzano, who retired with a record 38 goals for the national team in 1993. By the early 1990s, these stars were ageing and the team faced a decline in quality. In recent years, younger players have been selected who are increasing the talent in the squad.
Until the 1950s, the national team played fixtures across the country, with most matches being played in San Luis and Adahuesca, but it was not until 1961 that the team was exclusively based in the capital. The team's first home stadium was the former Estadio del Universidad in Villa Elisa. Most of the team's international matches were played at the stadium until 1987, when the team moved to the new Estadio Sassari in Puerto Sassari. The team continues to play their matches at Estadio Sassari to this day.
Prasia's national team's kit has been manufactured by major Kemburger sports brand Meitas since 2004. The home kit is yellow with red trim, whilst the away kit is white with red and yellow trim. The goalkeeper's kit is light blue.