MFA World Cup

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MFA World Cup
Founded 2015
Region World
Number of teams 4-6


The MFA World Cup, often simply the World Cup international association football competition contested by the men's national teams of the members of by the Micronational Football Association (MFA). The first tournament was intended to be held in 2013 and hosted by Senya, however this was cancelled because of a lack of sponsors. It is being planned to be reattempted for 2015 with the host being London, England. The idea of hosting a Micronations World Cup was conceived by Joe Foxon, who thought it would help nations develop diplomatically. Members of all confederations (BUMFA, CEMFA, COMFITA and APMFC) are eligible to host and enter the tournament.

Finals

Year Host Winners Score Runners-up Third place Score Fourth place Number of teams
2015
Details
EnglandFlag.png England link={{{2}}}TBC N/A link={{{2}}}TBC link={{{2}}}TBC N/A link={{{2}}}TBC 4-6

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