European Minifootball Federation

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European Minifootball Federation
Abbreviation EMF
Formation 25 March 2012; 6 years ago (2012-03-25)
Type Sports organisation
Headquarters Birmingham, England
Region served
Europe
Membership
32 full member associations
President
Dávid Tibor[1]
Vice-president
Filip Juda[1]
Secretary general
Attila Takacs[1]
Main organ
General Assembly
Parent organization
WMF
Website www.eurominifootball.com

The European Minifootball Federation, also referred to by its abbreviation, EMF, is the administrative body for minifootball in Europe and part of Asia. It is one of six continental confederations of world football's governing body, the World Minifootball Federation. EMF consists of 32 national associations.[2]

History and membership[edit]

EMF was founded in a meeting held in Prague, Czech Republic, on 23–25 March 2012.[3] At the time of its founding, the EMF held 15 members.

Members[edit]

Members as listed on EMF website.[2]

Competitions[edit]

EMF operates an annual competition for national teams, the EMF EURO and annual competition for clubs, the EMF Champions League.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Management eurominifootball.com
  2. ^ a b Member Associations eurominifootball.com
  3. ^ The Founding of the European Minifootball Federation Archived 2014-12-05 at the Wayback Machine. eurominifootball.com, 26 March 2012

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