Caribbean_Football_Union

Caribbean Football Union

The Caribbean Football Union, often referred to by the acronym CFU, is the nominal governing body for Caribbean football. It represents 25 FIFA member nations, as well as 5 territories that are not affiliated to FIFA. Its member associations compete in the CONCACAF region. CFU also runs the CFU Club Championship, a competition to deterime the Caribbean club representative for the CONCACAF Champions League.

Member Countries

  • (United Kingdom)
  • (Netherlands)
  • 1 (United Kingdom)
  • (United Kingdom)
  • (United Kingdom)
  • 2 (France)
  • (France)
  • 2
  • (France)
  • (United Kingdom)
  • (Netherlands)
  • (United States)
  • (France)
  • (Netherlands)
  • 2
  • (United Kingdom)
  • (United States)

1: North American country
2: South American country

Potential Future Members

  • 3 (Netherlands)
  • 3 (Netherlands)
  • 3 4 (Netherlands)
  • 3 4 (Netherlands)

3: with dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles, should be eligible to compete as a separate entity within CFU, as Sint Maarten already does
4: already competes as a separate entity, though is not a member of CONCACAF or CFU

Competitions

National teams

Club teams

References

External links

Official site

See also

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