EMU Championships

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The EMU Championships (often abbreviated to EMU's) is the international continental association football competition for the EMUFA confederation.

The tournament was formerly contested every two years, but was switched to an annual tournament after the success of EMU 2011. The tournament was first contested in 2007, and there have been six tournaments so far.

Qualification

From 2009 until 2014, the FMF World Cup qualification served as a qualifying tournament for the EMU Championships. Since 2016, after the FMF moved to a biennial calendar, the EMUFA has held its own qualifiers.

Previous tournaments

Year Host Winners Score Runners-up Third Place Score Fourth Place
2007
Details
Nova England Nova England
Nova English Korea Nova English Korea
Passas
Passas
2–1 Riponia
Riponia
Craitland
Craitland
1–0 Nova England
Nova England
2009
Details
Ocia Ocia
(Final match)
Passas
Passas
2–1 Craitland
Craitland
Nova England
Nova England
By table Bobalania
Bobalania
2011
Details
Craitland Craitland Craitland
Craitland
3–0 Hamland
Hamland
Interland
Interland
2–1 Nova England
Nova England
2012
Details
Mercury Mercury Hamland
Hamland
2–2
(4–3 pens.)
Mercury
Mercury
Craitland
Craitland
4–3
(a.e.t.)
Interland
Interland
2013
Details
Interland Interland Interland
Interland
1–0 Hamland
Hamland
Mercury
Mercury
1–0 Nova English Korea
Nova English Korea
2014
Details
Nova England Nova England Mercury
Mercury
2–0 Passas
Passas
Hamland
Hamland
3–0 Nova England
Nova England
2016
Details
Hamland Hamland Passas
Passas
4–0 Nova England
Nova England
Mercury
Mercury
3–2 Talenore
Talenore
2018
Details
Mercury Mercury

Titles by nation