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North American Football Union

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North American Football Union

North American Football Union
Abbreviation NAFU
Type Sports organization
Membership 3 member associations
Members of NAFU (orange), members of CONCACAF (orange and camel).

The North American Football Union, often referred to by the acronym NAFU, is a regional grouping under CONCACAF shall recognize ... The North American Football Union (NAFU)" (emphasis added).


The NAFU consists of three of the four geographically North American CONCACAF members:

  1.  Canada
  2.  Mexico
  3.  United States

Although geographically in North America,  Bermuda is currently a Caribbean Football Union (CFU) member.


National teams

The three teams are always qualified to the final stage of the CONCACAF Gold Cup, so there is no qualifying tournament for this zone, unlike the tournaments for the Central American Football Union (UNCAF) and the Caribbean Football Union (CFU). However, as members of CONCACAF there were two tournaments previous to the Gold Cup.


The [4] When CONCACAF Champions Cup zone qualifiers were used for North American zone, Bermudian clubs played against Mexican and/or American clubs.

See also


  1. ^ CONCACAF Statutes
  2. ^ 1990 North American Championship
  3. ^ 1991 North American Championship
  4. ^ "SuperLiga Regulations" (PDF).  

External links

  • CONCACAF official site
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