The Federashon Futbal Korsou (FFK) became affiliated with FIFA in 1932. Since then the FFK has participated in many prequalification rounds for FIFA World Cup tournaments. FFK and NAVU president Mordy Maduro was Vice President of FIFA from 1960 till 1968.
FIFA is comprised of six confederations. CONCACAF, of which FFK was one of the founders in 1938, AFC in Asia, CAF in Africa, CONMEBOL in South America, UEFA in Europe and OFC in the territory of Oceania. Affiliation with CONCACAF means participation in competitions for men, women and youth, many of these competitions have served as qualifying events for FIFA tournaments.
- Gold Cup – Official CONCACAF tournament.
- Women’s Gold Cup – Official women’s tournament.
- Men’s Pre-Olympic Tournament
- Women’s Pre-Olympic Tournament
- U-20 Championship
- Women’s U-20 Championship
- U-17 Championship
- Women’s U-17 Championship
The Caribbean Football Union, often referred to by the acronym CFU, is the nominal governing body for association football in the Caribbean. It represents 25 FIFA member nations, as well as 5 territories that are not affiliated to FIFA. The union was established in January 1978 and its member associations compete in the CONCACAF region. FFK hosted the CFU 30th Annual Congress in 2007 and the CFU Extra-Ordinary Congress 2011 on Curacao. CFU also runs the CFU Club Championship, a competition to determine the Caribbean club representative for the CONCACAF Champions League. The Caribbean Cup is the current international cup for the Caribbean: the top 4 teams in the tournament qualify for the CONCACAF Gold Cup.
Not a formal affiliation but FFK and KNVB have a longstanding cooperation agreement. KNVB supports football development projects in the field of technical development and education.
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