List of Association Football Competitions

List Of Association Football Competitions

This is a list of the association football competitions past and present for international teams and for club football, in individual countries and internationally. Confirmed future competitions, such as the 4 Associations' Tournament, are also included.

The competitions are grouped by organising authority: the FIFA (international association), the six confederations (continental associations) and the federations (national associations).

Read more about List Of Association Football Competitions:  FIFA (Intercontinental Competitions), AFC (Asian Competitions), CAF (African Competitions), CONCACAF (North American, Central American and Caribbean Competitions), CONMEBOL (South American Competitions), OFC (Oceanian Competitions), UEFA (European Competitions), Non FIFA Competitions

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