Panamerican Football Confederation
|Panamerican Football Confederation|
The Panamerican Football Confederation was a football federation formed in 1946 in an attempt to unite all of the countries from the Americas. The body's only achievement was organizing the Panamerican Championship for the Americas. The championship was held three times and won twice by Brazil and once by Argentina.
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