|President||Craitman H. Pellegrino|
The FMF (Fédération Micraise de Football) is the association football division of the FMS, and the governing body for the sport on the planet of Micras. The FMF is responsible for the organisation of a number of international and confederational national and club competitions, the most notable of which is the FMF World Cup.
The FMF was founded in October 2006 for the organisation of the first ever World Cup, held in Taesong. It has since grown, incorporating four regional confederations (AEFA, CTFA, EMUFA and WMFA), further national team competitions, and increasing its number of staff.
Currently, all independent nations on Micras are members of the FMF. Membership is granted to all nations upon their claim being recognised by the MCS; a rule which was brought into existence in May 2007 prior to the start of that year's World Cup qualifiers. The only exception to this is dependent territories, which may acquire FMF membership upon successful application or may even be automatically granted membership due to cultural or historic reasons.
The FMF is responsible for the organisation of the following tournaments:
- FMF World Cup and qualification
- FMF Under-21 World Cup (dormant)
- FMF Champions' League
- FMF Confederations Cup
With the following tournaments being organised within the FMF by their respective confederations:
Although these individuals held no official positions, they have been recognised by the FMF for their contributions to Micrasian football and are listed by nationality.