ConIFA European Football Cup Schedule

The European Football Cup 2015 will be played in less than 2 months in Hungary’s “second city” Debrecen!

Everyone within the ConIFA family and all of our teams are very much looking forward to meet each other in Debrecen and battle for the trophy of the European Champions outside FIFA.
In addition to the title ConIFA decided that the teams finishing top 3 will automatically qualify for the 2016 World Football Cup.
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Saludos desde Chile!

ConIFA South American Director Jens Jockel is on a visit to Chile right now to strengthen the links between ConIFA and the CSANF (Consejo Sudamericana de Nuevas Federaciones)


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ConIFA European Football Cup draw


The groups for the maiden ConIFA European Football Cup 2015 taking place in Budapest, Hungary are drawn. FC Liverpool Legend Robbie Fowler and ConIFA European Director Alberto Rischio were chose to draw the teams into the 4 groups of 3. The full draw can be seen as it happened on the Isle of Man here: Manx TV

The whole drawing procedure was perfectly organized by the Manx International Football Alliance and the ConIFA vice-president Malcolm Blackburn. We want to thank both parties for creating a great memory for all ConIFA teams. We are absolutely delighted that Malcolm Blackburn and MIFA were able to win a legend like Robbie Fowler for this important draw and we want to thank Robbie Fowler for supporting us and acting as a ConIFA ambassador this way! Read the rest of this entry

European Football Cup 2015 ultimately moved to Budapest!

The ConIFA European Football Cup (EFC) 2015, the first ever European Championship of national teams outside FIFA, will be held in Budapest, Hungary.
Szekelyföld LE will act as a host and Dr. Kristof Wenczel will act as the head of the new organizing committee working on all details of the tournament. 

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European Football Cup restructured, games in London too

Due to the unexpected high number of travelling fans wishing to support their teams, ConIFA had to restructure the European Football Cup.  Read More


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