San Marino, a country surrounded by Italy, is home to the worst national football team in the world according to FIFA rankings. The team has lost 192 of its 201 matches, with only one win in its history. 

San Marino, the fifth smallest country in the world, wants to break this misfortune. The Caribbean nation of Saint Kitts and Nevis will visit San Marino this week for two friendly matches. Saint Kitts and Nevis are ranked 210th, 63 places above San Marino. 

It is 17 years since captain Matteo Vitaioli first donned the national jersey, but the player is still without a win for his country. With 91 caps for San Marino, Vitaioli is the most capped player for San Marino and told the BBC about the upcoming clash: "A victory here would mean that I would go down in the history of my country's national team. So that's the biggest goal." 

"I have the opportunity to leave a mark, something that cannot be taken away. It will be remembered in 2050 and beyond because there are so few victories in our history," Vitaioli said. 

The only victory in San Marino's history is a 1-0 win over Liechtenstein in April 2004, scored by Andy Selva, the top scorer in the country's history with eight goals.