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Football association

A football association is a governing body for association football. Many of them are members of the sport's regional bodies such as UEFA and CONMEBOL and the world governing body, FIFA. A small number have not yet applied for or been granted entry to these higher bodies. Below is a list of football associations for which there are articles.


  • Asia 1
    • Defunct 1.1
  • Africa 2
  • North, Central America and Caribbean 3
    • North America 3.1
    • Central America 3.2
    • Caribbean 3.3
    • Defunct 3.4
  • South America 4
  • Oceania 5
  • Europe 6
    • Defunct 6.1
  • Notes 7


Asian Football Confederation affiliated



Confederation of African Football affiliated

North, Central America and Caribbean

Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football affiliated

North America

North American Football Union

Central America

Central American Football Union


Caribbean Football Union


South America

South American Football Confederation affiliated


Oceania Football Confederation affiliated


Union of European Football Associations affiliated



  1. ^ a b Associate member
  2. ^ North American member but affiliated to CFU.
  3. ^ Associate CONCACAF member, but not affiliated to FIFA.
  4. ^ a b c d e Full CONCACAF member, but not affiliated to FIFA.
  5. ^ a b c South American member but affiliated to CONCACAF and to CFU.
  6. ^ Associate member, not a member of FIFA.
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