Emitomhea (Atxanga: ) is an African country bordered to Republic of Juan Carlos.
In the colonial era, Emitomhea was colonized by Okatia. They sent almost all their Atxanga-speaking prehistoric tribes here, in an event known as the "Okatian Trail of Tears". Emitomhea gained independence in 1917 from Russia.
The population is estimated to be 21,918,291 as of 2020
Emitomhea's most popular sport is Soccer. They qualified to the FIFA World Cup for the first time in 2018, with their first goal in a world cup scored by Mayuka James against 2014 FIFA World Cup winners France in a match were they won 3-1. They also won the Africa Cup of Nations in 2019 against Senegal 1-0. They will be hosts for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations and the 2022 FIFA World Cup.