CrFA

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Craitland CrFA
WMFA
Founded 2002
Headquarters Cherry Trees
FMF affiliation 2006
EMUFA affiliation 2007–14
WMFA affiliation 2014
President Craitman H. Pellegrino
Website CrFA

The Craitland Football Association (Cr: Cräiteland Futból Äsóciätión), more commonly referred to as the CrFA, is the governing body for association football in Craitland.

The CrFA is responsible for the management of the three professional Craitish football leagues and the two club cup competitions, as well as the organisation of the national team. It also gave development help to the Non-League before it was disbanded.

The CrFA is a founder member of the FMF and the EMUFA, despite now being a member of the WMFA, and its President is King Craitman.

History

The CrFA was created by King Craitman soon after the founding of Craitland, although the exact date is unknown. Between the CrFA's foundation and Craitland's first claim on Micras, the organisation began its running of the league and cup tounaments in the nation.

After Craitland claimed land on Micras, the CrFA became more active in the intermicronational football scene, and the national team was submitted to play in the first FMF World Cup in 2006. Since then, the CrFA has organised the national team for other tournaments, qualifying games and friendly matches.

In 2014, following that year's World Cup, the CrFA switched its allegiance to the WMFA.

Competitions

The CrFA is responsible for the organisation of the following competitions:

See also