|Full name||Anthony Angelmar|
|Born||8 October, 1958|
|St. Marks Koningstad||1975-1979|
|Senior team: 1981-1986|
Anthony Angelmar (8 October, 1958 in Koningstad) is a former Brunanter football player and the current coach of FC Skeend in Libertas. He played the bulk of his career for Mediterranean FC. He played as a midfielder and would shift to central midfielder by the mid 1980s.
Angelmar was born in 1958 to Philip Angelmar (1929-1990) and Carolina Giotto (born 1933). He was a rather good player as a youth, at several local clubs.
In 1975 he joined the team St. Marks Koningstad and he played there from 1975 until 1979. His playing opportunities were fairly limited at the club. In 1979 he joined Mediterranean FC until 1986. Angelmar was a starting player at MFC and quickly cemented himself as a club legend. He helped the club to second place in the league in 1980-80 and 1981-82. He was unable to help the club to any silverware during this period but was consistently among the top scorers in the league, certainly in the club. He was injured following a nasty foul committed by Drenthe's Jorge Rojas in 1986, but not before giving MFC a commanding league in the league, which they would win that season and helping them into the King's Cup quarter-final, on their way to the cup title. Angelmar returned to training in the summer of 1986 and was in the starting lineup by October 1986, but a second injury and doctors recommendations led him to decide to retire in December 1986, at just 28 years old. Anglemar's 13 shirt was retired by the club and he took on some management positions.
Angelmar was called up to the Brunant national football team in 1980 but did not make it to the squad which won WFC 1980. He would feature in more matches from 1981 and was a key player in the squad that won WFC 1984, especially after Willem Bergher was out due to injury. Angelmar would have captained Brunant at WFC 1988, but following two injuries at Mediterranean, he decided to retire from all football.
Angelmar led the team's reserve Mediterranean II squad as manager from 1993 to 2004. In 2007 he became the manager for Mediterranean FC, being fired midway though the 2011-12 season. In 2010 he was chosen as the coach for the Brunant national football team. He coached the team in the WFC 2012, though he resigned after the tournament due to a rather poor showing by Brunant. He was the coach of the Libertan national football team from 2013-2015. In 2015, he became the coach of FC Skeend.