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The Oceania
Oceania
Football
Football
Confederation (OFC) is one of the six continental confederations of international association football, consisting of New Zealand, Fiji, Tonga, and other Pacific Island countries. It promotes the game in Oceania
Oceania
and allows the member nations to qualify for the FIFA
FIFA
World Cup. OFC is predominantly made up of island nations where association football is not the most popular sport. Consequently, the OFC has little influence in the wider football world,[citation needed] either in terms of international competition or as a source of players for high-profile club competitions. In 2006, the OFC's largest and most successful nation, Australia, left to join the Asian Football Confederation, leaving New Zealand
New Zealand
as the largest federation within the OFC. David Chung is the current President of OFC. Rajesh Patel is the Senior Vice President, Lee Harmon is the Vice-President while Tai Nicholas is the General Secretary.[1] Oceania
Oceania
is the only confederation to have not had at least one international title (AFC has won the Women's World Cup, CAF has enjoyed Olympic success, and members of the CONCACAF
CONCACAF
has won the Confederations Cup as well enjoyed successes in the Women's World Cup), the best result being Australia
Australia
making the final of the 1997 Confederations Cup.

Contents

1 Member nations

1.1 Current members

1.1.1 Notes

1.2 Former members 1.3 Non-members

2 History

2.1 Presidents

3 Competitions

3.1 Current champions 3.2 OFC Competitions

4 FIFA
FIFA
World Cup qualifiers

4.1 Senior OFC teams record 4.2 OFC play-off record

5 FIFA
FIFA
U-20 World Cup 6 FIFA
FIFA
U-17 World Cup 7 Women's World Cup Finals 8 FIFA
FIFA
Confederations Cup 9 FIFA
FIFA
Futsal
Futsal
World Cup 10 FIFA
FIFA
Beach Soccer World Cup 11 National Team rankings 12 References 13 See also 14 External links

Member nations[edit] Current members[edit] OFC is made up of 11 full member associations and 3 associate members.[2]

Code Association National teams Founded FIFA affiliation OFC affiliation IOC member

ASA American Samoa[cm 1] (M, W) 1984 1998 1998 Yes

COK Cook Islands[cm 2] (M, W) 1971 1994 1994 Yes

FIJ Fiji (M, W) 1938 1964 1966 Yes

KIR Kiribati[cm 3] (M, W) 1980 N/A 2007 Yes

NCL New Caledonia[cm 4] (M, W) 1928 2004 2004 No

NZL New Zealand (M, W) 1891 1948 1966 Yes

NIU Niue[cm 2][cm 3] (M, W) 1960 N/A 2006 No

PNG Papua New Guinea (M, W) 1962 1966 1966 Yes

SAM Samoa (M, W) 1968 1986 1986 Yes

SOL Solomon Islands (M, W) 1979 1988 1988 Yes

TAH Tahiti[cm 4] (M, W) 1989 1990 1990 No

TGA Tonga (M, W) 1965 1994 1994 Yes

TUV Tuvalu[cm 3] (M, W) 1979 N/A 2006 Yes

VAN Vanuatu (M, W) 1934 1988 1988 Yes

Notes[edit]

^ Unincorporated territory of the United States ^ a b Free associated state with New Zealand ^ a b c Associate member of the OFC, but not a FIFA
FIFA
member ^ a b Collectivity of France

Former members[edit]

Australia
Australia
(1966–1972, 1978–2006)[3] Chinese Taipei
Chinese Taipei
(1976–1978, 1982–1989) Northern Mariana Islands
Northern Mariana Islands
(1998–2009)

Though Israel played in some OFC competitions in the 1970s to 1980s they were not a member of the OFC. Non-members[edit] Several sovereign states or dependencies in Oceania
Oceania
have national teams with no affiliation. All play infrequently and may have been inactive for several years. There are also some with no national team.

 F.S. Micronesia  Palau  Wallis and Futuna  Nauru  Marshall Islands  Tokelau  Norfolk Island  Pitcairn Islands

Sovereign states and dependencies with territory in Oceania
Oceania
but are members of other federations: Asian Football
Football
Confederation

 Australia  Guam  Northern Mariana Islands

CONCACAF

 Hawaii (under USA)

CONMEBOL

 Easter Island (under Chile)

History[edit] The confederation formed in 1966 with the following as founding members[4]:

the Australian Soccer Federation (from 2005: Football
Football
Federation Australia) New Zealand
New Zealand
Soccer (subsequently New Zealand
New Zealand
Football) the Fiji
Fiji
Football
Football
Association the Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea
Football
Football
Association

Australia
Australia
resigned as an OFC member in 1972 to pursue membership with the AFC, but they rejoined in 1978.[5][6] Chinese Taipei
Chinese Taipei
were an OFC member from 1975 to 1989. In 1996 FIFA
FIFA
confirmed the OFC as a full confederation and granted it a seat on the FIFA
FIFA
executive.[7] In 1998 the OFC unveiled a new logo and an official magazine, entitled The Wave. On 24 May 2004, New Caledonia
New Caledonia
became the 12th member of the OFC. On 1 January 2006, Australia
Australia
left the OFC again and joined the Asian Football
Football
Confederation. In 2008 an associate member, the Northern Mariana Islands Football
Football
Association, also left the OFC and in 2009 joined the AFC as a quasi-member. In late 2009 the Palau Soccer Association also applied for the same status with the AFC.[8] Presidents[edit] Main article: List of Presidents of OFC Competitions[edit]

This section needs to be updated. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. (June 2013)

The winner of the OFC Football
Football
World Cup Qualifiers will compete in a two-legged home-and-away playoff with the team ranked fifth in the South American qualifying competition for a place in the 2018 World Cup. Since 1996, OFC members also play for the OFC Nations Cup, which was held every second year, but now every fourth year. The OFC also organises the Oceania
Oceania
Club Championship, a competition that has received surprisingly high levels of media support within New Zealand in its debut season. It serves primarily to determine the Oceania
Oceania
representative at the FIFA
FIFA
Club World Cup. In 2007, the OFC replaced the current club competition with the OFC Champions League which began in 2007. From 2007, the winner has no longer gained direct entry to the FIFA
FIFA
Club World Cup – but instead plays off against the host nation's champion for the final spot in the tournament. It is not clear whether this is permanent, or even if it could change if the Oceania
Oceania
entrant were to outperform entrants from other Confederations. Of the confederation's current teams, only New Zealand
New Zealand
has ever competed in the FIFA
FIFA
World Cup, competing in the 1982 World Cup and 2010 World Cup. Founding member Australia
Australia
also competed in the World Cup finals, in 1974 and 2006. At the conclusion of Germany
Germany
2006, Australia's exit from the OFC was finalised (exiting formally on 1 January 2006), being the last commitment of the transition before completely joining the Asian Football
Football
Confederation. The other minor exception to this has been the participation of the Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
in the 2006, 2007 and 2008 FIFA
FIFA
Beach Soccer World Cup. The winner of the OFC Cup also receives a berth in the FIFA
FIFA
Confederations Cup. New Zealand and Tahiti are the only current members of the OFC to have participated in this event. In the 2004 OFC Nations Cup, which doubled as the Oceania
Oceania
qualifying tournament for the 2006 FIFA
FIFA
World Cup, the Solomon Islands unexpectedly made the finals after a 2–2 draw with Australia
Australia
in the last round. This effectively denied New Zealand
New Zealand
a place in the third group phase by one group point as Vanuatu
Vanuatu
had beaten New Zealand
New Zealand
4–2 in an early round upset of the second group phase. Australia
Australia
won the OFC Nation Cup final by beating the Solomons 5–1 in Honiara and 6–0 in Sydney to represent the OFC in the 2005 FIFA
FIFA
Confederations Cup in Germany. The two teams met again in a two-legged World Cup qualifying final in September 2005 for the right to play the OFC representative for a place in the World Cup finals; Australia
Australia
won 9–1 on aggregate (7–0 at home and 2–1 away) and progressed to the CONMEBOL–OFC play-off. Australia
Australia
won this playoff on penalties after a 1–1 aggregate score after both legs of the playoff and after extra time, and qualified for the World Cup. Current champions[edit]

Competitions Champion Title Runner-Up Next edition

Clubs

OFC Champions League Auckland
Auckland
City FC 9th Team Wellington 2018

Nations men

OFC Nations Cup New Zealand 5th Papua New Guinea 2020

OFC U-20 Championship  New Zealand 6th  Vanuatu 2018

OFC U-17 Championship  New Zealand 6th  New Caledonia 2018

OFC Men's Olympic Qualifying Tournament  Fiji 1st  Vanuatu 2019

OFC Futsal
Futsal
Championship  Solomon Islands 5th  New Zealand 2018

OFC Youth Futsal
Futsal
Tournament   Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
(men's)   New Zealand
New Zealand
(women's) 1st   New Zealand
New Zealand
(men's)   Tonga
Tonga
(women's) 2018

OFC Beach Soccer Championship  Solomon Islands 4th  New Caledonia 2018

Nations women

OFC Women's Nations Cup  New Zealand 5th  Papua New Guinea 2018

OFC U-20 Women's Championship  New Zealand 6th  Fiji 2019

OFC U-17 Women's Championship  New Zealand 4th  New Caledonia 2019

OFC Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament  New Zealand 3rd  Papua New Guinea 2020

OFC Competitions[edit]

Clubs:

OFC Champions League Oceania
Oceania
Cup Winners' Cup OFC President's Cup Melanesian Super Cup

National teams:

OFC Nations Cup OFC U-20 Championship OFC U-17 Championship OFC Women's Nations Cup OFC U-20 Women's Championship OFC U-17 Women's Championship OFC Men's Olympic Qualifying Tournament OFC Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament OFC Futsal
Futsal
Championship OFC Beach Soccer Championship

Defunct

Wantok Cup

FIFA
FIFA
World Cup qualifiers[edit] Oceania
Oceania
has sent representatives to the FIFA
FIFA
World Cup six times: Australia
Australia
in 1974, 2006, 2010, and 2014, and New Zealand
New Zealand
in 1982 and 2010. However, Australia
Australia
was not an OFC member in 2010 and 2014 as they moved to the AFC after the 2006 FIFA
FIFA
World Cup. Neither Australia in 1974 nor New Zealand
New Zealand
in 1982 progressed beyond the first round. In fact, of these six teams, only Australia
Australia
in 2006 advanced to the second round. The OFC is the only FIFA
FIFA
confederation that does not have a guaranteed spot in the World Cup finals (a major reason for Australia's leaving the confederation in 2006 to join Asia). Between 1966 and 1982, OFC teams joined the Asian zone qualification tournament, while from 1986 onwards, the winners of the Oceanian zone qualification tournament have to enter the intercontinental play-offs against teams from other confederations in order to gain a spot in the FIFA
FIFA
World Cup finals. Senior OFC teams record[edit]

OFC FIFA
FIFA
World Cup record

Year Qualifier Round Position GP W D* L GS GA Format

1930 No teams from Oceania
Oceania
entered

1934

1938

1950

1954

1958

1962

1966 No OFC team qualified Entered in Africa and Asia.

1970 Entered in Asia.

1974  Australia Group stage 14th 3 0 1 2 0 5 Entered in Asia.

1978 No OFC team qualified Entered in Asia.

1982  New Zealand Group stage 23rd 3 0 0 3 2 12 Entered in Asia.

1986 No OFC team qualified Round-robin Play-off.

1990 First round Second round Play-off.

1994 1st play-off and 2nd play-off.

1998 Play-off.

2002 Play-off.

2006  Australia[n 1] Round of 16 16th 4 1 1 2 5 6 Play-off.

2010  New Zealand Group stage 22nd 3 0 3 0 2 2 Play-off.

2014 No OFC team qualified Play-off.

2018 Play-off.

2022 To be determined

Total 4/20 Best: Round of 16

13 1 5 7 9 25

^ Australia
Australia
qualified through OFC qualifying competition however the Football
Football
Federation Australia
Australia
officially left the OFC and joined the AFC on 1 January 2006.

OFC play-off record[edit] 1970 AFC–OFC Final Round

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg

Israel  2–1  Australia 1–0 1–1

1974 AFC–OFC Final Round

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg

Australia  2–21  South Korea 0–0 2–2

1 Australia
Australia
beat South Korea
South Korea
1–0 in a play-off to qualify for the FIFA
FIFA
World Cup. 1986 UEFA–OFC play-off

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg

Scotland  2–0  Australia 2–0 0–0

1990 CONMEBOL–OFC play-off

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg

Colombia  1–0  Israel 1–0 0–0

Israel played in the OFC zone for political reasons. 1994 CONCACAF–OFC play-off

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg

Canada  3–3 (P)  Australia 2–1 1–2

1994 CONMEBOL–OFC play-off

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg

Australia  1–2  Argentina 1–1 0–1

1998 AFC–OFC play-off

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg

Iran  (A) 3–3  Australia 1–1 2–2

2002 CONMEBOL–OFC play-off

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg

Australia  1–3  Uruguay 1–0 0–3

2006 CONMEBOL–OFC play-off

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg

Uruguay  1–1 (P)  Australia 1–0 0–1

2010 AFC–OFC play-off

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg

Bahrain  0–1  New Zealand 0–0 0–1

2014 CONCACAF–OFC play-off

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg

Mexico  9–3  New Zealand 5–1 4–2

2018 CONMEBOL–OFC play-off

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg

New Zealand  0–2  Peru 0–0 0–2

FIFA
FIFA
U-20 World Cup[edit]

See also: Men's U-20 World Cup Qualifiers

FIFA
FIFA
U-17 World Cup[edit]

See also: Men's U-17 World Cup Qualifiers

Women's World Cup Finals[edit] Australia
Australia
is no longer an OFC member since 2006, when they joined the AFC.

Team

1991

1995

1999

2003

2007

2011

2015 Total

 Australia

GS GS GS part of AFC 3

 New Zealand GS

GS GS GS 4

See also Women's U-20 World Cup Qualifiers See also Women's U-17 World Cup Qualifiers

FIFA
FIFA
Confederations Cup[edit]

Legend

1st – Champions 2nd – Runners-up 3rd – Third place 4th – Fourth place GS – Group stage Q — Qualified for upcoming tournament q — Qualified; tournament in progress  ••  — Qualified but withdrew  •  — Did not qualify  ×  — Did not enter / Withdrew from the OFC Nations Cup or withdrew from the Confederations Cup / Banned    — Hosts

Team 1992

1995

1997

1999

2001

2003

2005

2009

2013

2017

2021

Total

 Australia × × 2nd • 3rd • GS

3

 New Zealand • • • GS • GS • GS • GS

4

 Tahiti • • • • • • • • GS •

1

Total 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

8

FIFA
FIFA
Futsal
Futsal
World Cup[edit]

Legend

1st — Champions 2nd — Runners-up 3rd — Third place 4th — Fourth place QF — Quarterfinals R2 — Round 2 (1989–2008, second group stage, top 8; 2012–present: knockout round of 16) R1 — Round 1 Q — Qualified for upcoming tournament    — Hosts

Nation 1989

1992

1996

2000

2004

2008

2012

2016

Years

 Australia R1 R1 R1 R1 R1

5

 Solomon Islands

R1 R1 R1 3

Nations 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

FIFA
FIFA
Beach Soccer World Cup[edit]

Legend

1st — Champions 2nd — Runners-up 3rd — Third place 4th — Fourth place QF — Quarterfinals (1999–2001, 2004–present) R1 — Round 1 q — Qualified for upcoming tournament  ••  — Qualified but withdrew  •  — Did not qualify     — Hosts

Nation

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2011

2013

2015

2017 Years

 Australia • • • • • • • • • • R1 9th

1

 Solomon Islands • • • • • • • • • • • R1 12th R1 16th R1 12th R1 13th • R1 11th •

5

 Tahiti • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • R1 12th 4th 2nd 2nd 4

Nations 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1

National Team rankings[edit]

Last updates:

Men's national teams – 14 July 2016 –[9] Women's national teams – 24 June 2016 –[10]

Top men's national teams Rankings are calculated by FIFA. — Top women's national teams Rankings are calculated by FIFA.

OFC FIFA Nation Points

OFC FIFA Nation Points

1 93  New Zealand 366

1 17  New Zealand 1848

2 161  New Caledonia 162

2 48  Papua New Guinea 1473

3 164  Papua New Guinea 152

3 76  Fiji 1292

4 168  American Samoa 128

4 86  Tonga 1258

5 168  Cook Islands 128

5 87  New Caledonia 1252

6 175  Tahiti 114

6 98  Cook Islands 1185

7 178  Samoa 106

7 105  Solomon Islands 1144

8 179  Vanuatu 103

8 107  Samoa 1138

9 181  Solomon Islands 92

9 148**  Tahiti 1238

10 187  Fiji 82

 Vanuatu 1139

11 205  Tonga 0

 American Samoa 1075

* – Provisionally listed due to not having played more than five matches against officially ranked teams ** – Inactive for more than 18 months and therefore not ranked

References[edit]

^ " Oceania
Oceania
Football
Football
Confederation - OFC Home". oceaniafootball.com. Archived from the original on 9 February 2013. Retrieved 14 March 2017.  ^ "Member Associations". Oceania
Oceania
Football. Oceania
Oceania
Football Confederation.  ^ " Oceania
Oceania
Football
Football
Confederation - Content". archive.org. 6 October 2009. Archived from the original on 6 October 2009. Retrieved 14 March 2017.  ^ A Dictionary of Sports Studies. ISBN 019921381X.  ^ OFC History oceaniafootball.com ^ " Oceania
Oceania
admit Taiwan
Taiwan
and Aussies quit". Reuters, UPI. The Straits Times. 1 March 1976.  ^ FIFA.com. " FIFA
FIFA
Congress - FIFA.com". fifa.com. Retrieved 14 March 2017.  ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-02-07. Retrieved 2012-03-27.  ^ FIFA.com. "The FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking - Ranking Table - Oceanian Zone - FIFA.com". fifa.com. Retrieved 14 March 2017.  ^ FIFA.com. "The FIFA
FIFA
Women's World Ranking - Oceanian Zone - FIFA.com". fifa.com. Retrieved 14 March 2017. 

See also[edit]

CONMEBOL UEFA CONCACAF Confederation of African Football
Confederation of African Football
(CAF) Asian Football Confederation
Asian Football Confederation
(AFC)

External links[edit]

Oceania
Oceania
Football
Football
Confederation official site Oceania
Oceania
Football
Football
Confederation, Soccerlens.com. Retrieved: 09/10/2010.

OFC

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National football associations of Oceania
Oceania
(OFC)

American Samoa
American Samoa
(FFAS) Cook Islands
Cook Islands
(CIFA) Fiji
Fiji
(FFA) Kiribati
Kiribati
(KIFA)† New Caledonia
New Caledonia
(FCF) New Zealand
New Zealand
(NZF) Niue
Niue
(NISA)† Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea
(PNGFA) Samoa
Samoa
(SFF) Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands
(SIFF) Tahiti (FTF) Tonga
Tonga
(TFA) Tuvalu
Tuvalu
(TNFA)† Vanuatu
Vanuatu
(VFF)

† Associate member - Not a member of FIFA

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National football teams of Oceania
Oceania
(OFC)

Active

American Samoa Cook Islands FS Micronesia1 Fiji Kiribati1 New Caledonia New Zealand Niue1 Papua New Guinea Samoa Solomon Islands Tahiti Tonga Tuvalu1 Vanuatu

Former

Israel (moved to UEFA
UEFA
in 1994) Australia
Australia
(moved to AFC in 2005)

1 Associate member - Not a member of FIFA

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Top level football leagues of Oceania
Oceania
(OFC)

Current

American Samoa Cook Islands Fiji Kiribati† New Caledonia New Zealand Niue† Papua New Guinea Samoa Solomon Islands Tahiti Tonga Tuvalu† Vanuatu
Vanuatu
(Port Vila, rest of country)

Non-recognized

Palau

† Associated members

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National women's football teams of Oceania
Oceania
(OFC)

American Samoa Cook Islands Fiji Kiribati† New Caledonia New Zealand Niue† Papua New Guinea Samoa Solomon Islands Tahiti Tonga Vanuatu

† Associate member - Not a member of FIFA

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OFC competitions

National teams

Men's

OFC Nations Cup OFC Men's Olympic Qualifying Tournament OFC U-20 Championship OFC U-17 Championship Pacific Games OFC Futsal
Futsal
Championship OFC Beach Soccer Championship

Women's

OFC Women's Nations Cup OFC Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament OFC U-20 Women's Championship OFC U-17 Women's Championship Pacific Games

Clubs

OFC Champions League Melanesian Super Cup

National teams and/or Clubs

OFC President's Cup

Defunct

AFC–OFC Challenge Cup Melanesia Cup Polynesia Cup OFC U-16 Pacific Cup Wantok Cup Oceania
Oceania
Cup Winners' Cup

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World Cup FIFA
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Youth Cup

Women's tournaments

FIFA
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FIFA
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FIFA
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FIFA
Women's Club World Cup

Other tournaments

FIFA
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eWorld Cup

Presidents

Robert Guérin
Robert Guérin
(1904–1906) Daniel Burley Woolfall
Daniel Burley Woolfall
(1906–1918) Jules Rimet
Jules Rimet
(1921–1954) Rodolphe Seeldrayers
Rodolphe Seeldrayers
(1954–1955) Arthur Drewry (1955–1961) Stanley Rous
Stanley Rous
(1961–1974) João Havelange
João Havelange
(1974–1998) Sepp Blatter
Sepp Blatter
(1998–2015) Issa Hayatou
Issa Hayatou
(2015–2016, acting) Gianni Infantino
Gianni Infantino
(2016–present)

General Secretaries

Louis Muhlinghaus (1904–1906) Wilhelm Hirschman (1906–1931) Ivo Schricker (1932–1951) Kurt Gassmann
Kurt Gassmann
(1951–1960) Helmut Käser (1961–1981) Sepp Blatter
Sepp Blatter
(1981–1998) Michel Zen-Ruffinen (1998–2002) Urs Linsi
Urs Linsi
(2002–2007) Jérôme Valcke
Jérôme Valcke
(2007–2015) Markus Kattner (2015–2016, acting) Fatma Samoura
Fatma Samoura
(2016–present)

Awards

FIFA
FIFA
100 FIFA
FIFA
Ballon d'Or FIFA
FIFA
Club of the Century FIFA
FIFA
Development Award FIFA
FIFA
Fair Play Award FIFA
FIFA
Female Player of the Century FIFA
FIFA
FIFPro World XI FIFA
FIFA
Order of Merit FIFA
FIFA
Player of the Century FIFA
FIFA
Presidential Award FIFA
FIFA
Puskás Award FIFA
FIFA
Women's World Cup awards FIFA
FIFA
World Coach of the Year FIFA
FIFA
World Cup All-Time Team FIFA
FIFA
World Cup Dream Team FIFA
FIFA
World Cup awards FIFA
FIFA
World Player of the Year The Best FIFA
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Football
Awards

Rankings

FIFA
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FIFA
World Ranking system (1999–2006) FIFA
FIFA
Women's World Rankings

Congresses

51st (Paris 1998) 53rd (Seoul 2002) 61st (Zürich 2011) 65th (Zürich 2015) Extraordinary (Zürich 2016)

Corruption

"FIFA's Dirty Secrets" Garcia Report 2015 FIFA
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U-23 U-20 U-17

Regional (CECAFA, CEMAC, COSAFA, WAFU) Intercontinental (UAFA)

Asia

AFC – Asian Cup

U-23 U-19 U-16 U-14

Regional (ASEAN, EAFF, SAFF, CAFA, WAFF) Intercontinental (UAFA)

Europe

UEFA
UEFA
– European Championship

U-21 U-19 U-17

Nations League

North America, Central America and the Caribbean

CONCACAF
CONCACAF
– Gold Cup

U-20 U-17 U-15

Regional (CFU, UNCAF)

Oceania

OFC – Nations Cup

U-20 U-17

South America

CONMEBOL
CONMEBOL
– Copa América

U-20 U-17 U-15

Non-FIFA

NF-Board – Viva World Cup CONIFA – ConIFA World Football
Football
Cup ConIFA European Football
Football
Cup IIGA – Island Games

Games

African Games Asian Games Central America Central America and Caribbean East Asian Games Francophonie Games Indian Ocean Island Lusophony Games Mediterranean Games Pan American Games Pan Arab Games Pacific Games South Asian Games Southeast Asian Games West Asian Games

See also Geography Codes Player/Club of the Century Women's football

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International
International
men's club football

FIFA FIFA
FIFA
Club World Cup List of association football clubs

Africa

CAF – Champions League Confederation Cup Super Cup Top-division clubs

Asia

AFC – Champions League AFC Cup Top-division clubs

Europe

UEFA
UEFA
– Champions League Europa League Super Cup Top-division clubs

North, Central America and the Caribbean

CONCACAF
CONCACAF
– Champions League CONCACAF
CONCACAF
League Top-division clubs

Oceania

OFC – Champions League Top-division clubs

South America

CONMEBOL
CONMEBOL
– Copa Libertadores Copa Sudamericana Recopa Sudamericana Top-division clubs

See also: International
International
women's club football

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International
International
futsal

AMF

AMF Futsal
Futsal
World Cup AMF Futsal
Futsal
Women's World Cup

FIFA

FIFA
FIFA
Futsal
Futsal
World Cup

Women's Futsal
Futsal
World Tournament Grand Prix Confederations Cup Pan American Games South American Games Futsal
Futsal
Mundialito Mediterranean Cup Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games Lusophony Games Southeast Asian Games Futsal
Futsal
Awards Teams

Asia

AFC Futsal
Futsal
Championship U-20 Women's Futsal
Futsal
Championship

Africa

CAF Futsal
Futsal
Cup of Nations

North America Central America and Caribbean

CONCACAF Futsal
Futsal
Championship

South America

CONMEBOL Copa América U-20 U-17 Copa América
Copa América
Femenina U-20

Oceania

OFC Futsal
Futsal
Championship U-18

Europe

UEFS UEFS Futsal
Futsal
Men's Championship UEFS Futsal
Futsal
Women's Championship

UEFA Futsal
Futsal
Championship UEFA
UEFA
Women's Futsal
Futsal
Championship

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International
International
beach soccer

FIFA Beach Soccer Worldwide
Beach Soccer Worldwide
(BSWW) World Cup Intercontinental Cup Mundialito (de Clubes) BSWW Tour World Rankings Stars Awards

Asia

AFC – Championship

Africa

CAF – Cup of Nations

North America Central America and Caribbean

CONCACAF
CONCACAF
– Championship

South America

CONMEBOL
CONMEBOL
– World Cup qualifiers Copa América U-20 League Club Copa Libertadores

Oceania

OFC – Championship

Europe

UEFA
UEFA
– League World Cup qualifiers Cup Club Winners Cup

Men's Women's

Games

Asian Beach Games Bolivarian Beach Games European Games Mediterranean Beach Games South American Beach Games

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International
International
women's association football

FIFA Federations Teams Competitions World Rankings Player of the Year The Best FIFA
FIFA
Women's Player

Asia

AFC Women's Asian Cup U-19 U-16 Regional (ASEAN, EAFF, SAFF, WAFF)

Africa

CAF Women Cup of Nations U-20 U-17 Regional (CECAFA, COSAFA, WAFU)

North America, Central America and the Caribbean

CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup U-20 U-17

South America

CONMEBOL Copa América
Copa América
Femenina U-20 U-17

Oceania

OFC Women's Nations Cup U-20 U-17

Europe

UEFA Women's Championship U-19 U-17

Non-FIFA

NF-Board Women's Viva World Cup

Games

African Games Asian Games Central America and Caribbean Central American Games Pan American Games Pacific Games Indian Ocean Island Games South Asian Games Southeast Asian Games Universiade

Worldwide

World Cup

U-17 U-20

Albena Cup Algarve Cup Brazil
Brazil
Cup China
China
Cup Cyprus Women's Cup Turkish Women’s Cup Istria Cup Peace Queen Cup SheBelieves Cup Tournament of Nations Yongchuan International
International
Tournament Olympics Youth Olympics Universiade

Geography Codes Player of the Cent

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