The Cayman Islands national football team is the national team of the Cayman Islands, and is controlled by the Cayman Islands Football Association. It is a member of FIFA and CONCACAF. Cayman Islands' home ground is Truman Bodden Stadium in George Town, and their head coach is Benjamin Pugh. Prior to Pugh's appointment, the Cayman Island’s national team had failed to win a single game in over 9 years, sinking to 206 in the FIFA World Rankings. They have recently advanced 13 places in the rankings; winning 4 out of 6 Nation’s League Qualifiers (including a win against Barbados).
ruman Bodden Sports Complex is a multi-use complex in George Town, Cayman Islands. It is named after Truman Bodden. The complex is separated into an outdoor, 6 lane 25 metre swimming pool, full purpose track and field and basketball/netball courts. The field surrounded by the track is used for football matches as well as other field sports.
The track-and-football stadium holds 3,000 people. In 2008, construction commenced on a 10-lane 50-metre pool and a facility that would hold 2,000 people. A multimedia centre was built into the pool facility as well as offices, conference rooms and a full gym.
The Cayman Islands national football team plays its international matches at the track-and-football stadium in the complex. Truman Bodden is used for summer football camps for international teams that are scouting for local players.
Truman Bodden Sports Complex hosted the inaugural Cayman Invitational Meeting on May 9, 2012.