|Federation of Intermicronations & Independent Football Associations
|Official flag of FIIFA.
|Headquarter|| CyberCity, Pérsico|
|Official language(s)||Spanish & English|
|Members||Micronations & Independent Football Associations|
|Incumbent Chairman(s)|| Estado Social de El Dorado|
President Luis Felipe Lugo
|Foundation||April 11, 1999 (FISA)|
|Objective||Encompasses micronationalism and marginalized regions of the world, demonstrating that football unites the passion of people and crosses borders.|
Officially Federation of Intermicronations and Independent Football Associations, (FIIFA by acronym) is a football organization, that aims to achieve its mission to develop the rules and the formats around micronational football. The FIIFA has been organising their own championship called the Micronations World Cup since 2016. In 2020, the FIIFA decided to organise the Micronations World Cup every 3 years, starting in 2023.
After the renaming of FISA to FIIFA, it was also decided to adopt the unification of the International Women's Cup in the same way, and in 2018 the edition of the tournament was adapted to micronations creating the Women's Micronations World Cup even though it is still organized every four years, Even after the 2022 edition, it will be played every 3 years just like its male omologist.
Founded in 1999, under the name of FISA (Federation Internationale de Soccer Association), it is the largest football association both at a national and international level. It created a prominent football tournament known as the "International Cup". In 2016, a separate organisation was founded called the "Micronations World Cup", which would initially be a separate tournament. However, in 2018 the unification of both tournaments was officially announced. From 2018 to 2019 both organisations traded the name of FIFAM (Federation International of Football Association & Micronations), organizing only the 2019 World Cup.
Currently, the FIIFA has the mission of managing football at an international level both for micronations and for independent football associations that wish to collaborate for the development of football, thus having subdivisions at the regional level and with a president for each one.
List of Competitions
|Competition||Last edition||Current Champion|
|Micronations World Cup||Parisigrad 2020||Rino Island|
|Women's Micronations World Cup||Uruguay 2018||Uruguay|
|Continental Competition||Last edition||Current Champion|
|Copa América de Micronaciones||Pérsico 2021||El Dorado|
The FIIFA Council is the internal body in charge of directing the FIIFA, it is made up of a President, Vice-Presidents and a General Secretary.
The FIIFA World Ranking (oficially named FIIFA/Red-Cola Micronations World Ranking) is a ranking system for FIIFA Members for Men´s football, since 2016.
This System is based on the results of the matches between the national teams. the system only counts the results from the Micronations World Cup and the Copa América de Micronaciones to the Micronations of America and for Europe the Micronations World Cup, and the friendly matches. The system is composed only with a simple mathematic equation.
- P= Total Points (Victory= 3pts, Draw= 1pt, Loss=1)
- MS= Match Status (Friendlies= x1.0 || WC Qualifiers or Continental Cup Qualifiers= x2.5 || Continental Cup= x3.0 || WC Finals= x4.0)
- OS= Opponent Strength (50 minus Number of the rank possition divided by 2)
- RS= Regional Strength (South America= 1.00 || Europe= 0.99 || Rest of Confederations= 0.85
The equation will be P=(P)(MS)(OS)(RS)
Of the 35 FIIFA member micronations, only 27 have been ranked, which are the same ones that have had any participation in official competitions
|Rankings as of 17 May 2021.|
|8||▬||Imperio De Europa||1040|
|12||▲||Reino Iberio Unido||435|
|29||▲||Republic of Eberia|
|31||▲||Republic of Iberis|