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Micronational Fédération Football
MFF logo 1.svg
Logo of MFF
Founded21 May 1904; 117 years ago (1904-05-21)
Founded atParis, Quebec
TypeSports federation
Legal statusGoverning body of association football
PurposeSport governance
HeadquartersPaloma City, Paloma
Region served
4 national associations
Official languages
English, French, German, Spanish
Aidan I
Senior Vice-President
Secretary General
Main organ

The Micronational Fédération Football, more commonly know as MFF is an organization originally started by the Kingdom of Quebec (at the time the Catholique Socialist Republic) in 2018, which describes itself as an international governing body of association football, fútsal, beach soccer, and efootball. MFF is responsible for the organization of football's major international tournaments, notably the World Cup which commenced in 2019 via online gaming.


The MFF became into existence on 28 June 2019, by incumbent President Aidan McGrath. The MFF was created for the reason to organize and reform the dying former Micronational World Futbol Cup and reform it. The MWFC later became the MFF World Cup and since then it has became a growing cup.


Flag of Micronational Fédération Football
See adjacent text.
Proportion 3:5
Adopted 30 June 2019

The MFF flag has a blue background, with the organisation's logo in the middle.


Akin to the Concordian Unional Organisation, the MFF has adopted the famous "An die Freude" most commonly know as Ode to Joy as its anthem composed by the famous classical German composer Ludwig van Beethoven since the 2019 MFF World Cup. The MFF Anthem is played at the beginning of official MFF sanctioned matches and tournaments such as international friendlies, and at the MFF World Cup and the MFF Club World Cup.

Since June 2019, MFF has also required most of its broadcast partners to use short sequences including the anthem at the beginning and end of MFF highlights.



Participating members

Participating members are full members of the federation. They get representation in council meetings and must participate in most world cups ran by the MFF. They also decide the vote to who hosts the MFF World Cup. They are:

Non-participating members

Non-participating members are members that are treated like observer states. These members are allowed to compete in the current cups if they please, unlike full members which are forced to participate. There are currently two non-participating members:

Press Members

Press Members are countries inside the organisation for the reason of news and sports coverage. There is currently one press member: