Dale-Westland Football Union
|Dale-Westland Football Union|
|Formation||31 October 2013|
The Dale-Westland Football Union, more commonly known by the acronym DWFU, is the nominal governing body for association football in the Delsh-Westlandian Federal Republic and represents the national football teams of the constituent states of the Delsh-Westlandian Federal Republic, the Republic of Caladonia, Republic of New Dale and the Republic of Westland. Its current member associations are part of BUMFA. It represents 3 MFA member nations and was established in October 2013.
It is the members the Dale-Westland Football Union from which players for the Dale-Westland national football team are selected from.
|Nation||Association||National team||Year joined MFA||Year joined DWFU||MFA status||Confederation|
|Caladonia||Caladonian Football Association||Caladonia||2012||2013||Full Member||BUMFA|
|New Dale||Dale Football Association||New Dale||2013¹||2013||Full Member||BUMFA|
|Westland||Westlandian Football Association||Westland||2010||2013||Full Member||BUMFA|
Potential future members
Membership is not limited to FAs of the constituent states of the Delsh-Westlandian Federal Republic. Any FA which has a historical or cultural connection with the federation can join the Dale-Westland Football Union.
Each member of the Dale-Westland Football Union has a seat in the DWFU Executive Committee. The role of executive Committee is to oversee and develop the position of the Dale-Westland FAs in micronational football and the MFA, as well as the position and development of the Dale-Westland national football team.
Dale-Westland national football team
The Dale-Westland national football team was created by the football associations of the Delsh-Westlandian Federal Republic to give the FAs the best possible chance to form a 11-a-side team and compete in competitions such as the VIVA World Cup when the opportunity arrived, as an alternative when the 3 FAs could not send a team on their own. The team could also be used in the MFA World Cup as well as small sided friendlies should the FAs which will contribute players agree to the teams use.