Lambe Reaches 50-Cap Milestone For Bermuda

November 22, 2023 | 0 Comments

[Written by Stephen Wright]

Reggie Lambe has become the first Bermuda footballer to be capped 50 times for his country.

The island’s most capped player came on as a second-half substitute in Bermuda’s 3-0 defeat away to French Guiana in the Concacaf Nations League yesterday [November 21].

Bermuda missed out on promotion to League A after finishing third in group C League B with eight points from six games.

Lambe, who plays for English non-league side Braintree Town, was presented with a ball from Michael Findlay, the Bermuda coach.

“A rare opportunity and great amount of service,” Findlay said in a video on the Bermuda Football Association X account.

“Everyone in the football community thanks you for everything you’ve done for the Bermuda Football Association.”

Lambe, who was part of the team that made history by reaching the Gold Cup for the first time in 2019, made his international debut aged 16 against St Kitts and Nevis.

The 32-year-old has previously played for Ipswich Town, Mansfield Town, Carlisle United and Cambridge United in England and Toronto FC in Canada.

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