The N.F.-Board (New Football Federations-Board) was a federation of football associations established on 12 December 2003 and defunct since January 2013 It was made up of teams that represent nations, dependencies, unrecognized states, minorities, stateless peoples, regions and micronations not affiliated to FIFA. One of the founders was Luc Misson, a lawyer who represented Belgian footballer Jean-Marc Bosman in a case that led to the Bosman ruling.
They organized the VIVA World Cup which took place for the first time in November 2006, in Occitania. The N.F.-Board organized its 5th and last VIVA World Cup in June 2012, which was hosted by Kurdistan. A record nine teams featured with the hosts defeating Northern Cyprus 2-1 in the final.
Since 2013 Non-FIFA football is managed by Confederation of Independent Football Associations. However, in May 2017, the NF-Board announced a "return to action" and said they will be "taking over the leadership of the non-FIFA scene". They announced they will attempt to organize a men's VIVA World Cup in 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 (with 24 teams taking part, expect in 2018 where it will only be 16), and a women's VIVA World Cup with 16 teams in 2019, 2020 and 2021. It is unknown what will happen with ConIFA if the NF-Board returns.