FMF World Cup

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FMF World Cup
Founded 2006
Number of teams 20
Current champions Hamland Hamland
(2015)
Most titles Craitland Craitland (4)
2017 FMF World Cup

The FMF World Cup (occasionally called the Micras World Cup) is the highest level of international association football competition organised by the FMF, the governing body of the sport on Micras.

The tournament was initially played once a year, being competed for by sixteen qualified nations, but has been held biennially and contested between twenty teams from 2015. The tournament was first held in 2006, with the nations competing having applied successfully to be included. There have been ten tournaments so far, with six different nations having won the title.

Qualification

Each of the four FMF confederations organise qualification rounds in order to narrow-down their affiliated nations to fit the quota that each confederation has received of places at the finals. The tournament's host(s) and the previous year's winning nation are awarded automatic places at that year's championships.

Squads

Main article: FMF World Cup squads

All competing nations for each tournament are required to name a squad of players. Since the first World Cup, there have been changes in the squads' restrictions, such as an increase in the amount of players permitted to be included. From 2011, teams must name a squad of twenty-three players, three of whom must be goalkeepers, numbered 1 to 23.

Previous tournaments

Year Host Winners Score Runners-up Third Place Score Fourth Place
2006
Details
Taesong Taesong Beaugium
Beaugium
1–0 Gaia
Gaia
Taesong
Taesong
1–0 Nova England
Nova England
2007
Details
Novatainia Novatainia
Tokidoki Tokidoki
Craitland
Craitland
1–0 Tokidoki
Tokidoki
Passas
Passas
2–1 Gaia
Gaia
2008
Details
Amokolia Amokolia Craitland
Craitland
4–1 Passas
Passas
Bobalania
Bobalania
3–1
(a.e.t.)
Alexandria
Alexandria
2009
Details
Alexandria Alexandria Alexandria
Alexandria
2–0 Nova England
Nova England
Craitland
Craitland
5–2 Beaugium
Beaugium
2010
Details
Hamland Hamland Craitland
Craitland
1–0 Hamland
Hamland
Toketi
Toketi
1–0 Monovia
Monovia
2011
Details
Shireroth Shireroth Craitland
Craitland
1–0 Shireroth
Shireroth
Hamland
Hamland
2–1 Interland
Interland
2012
Details
Antica Antica Tellia
Tellia
0–0
(5–4 pens.)
Alexandria
Alexandria
Hamland
Hamland
5–0 Antica
Antica
2013
Details
Zandarijn Zandarijn
Hammish Monovia Hammish Monovia
Hamland
Hamland
1–0 Mercury
Mercury
Alexandria
Alexandria
4–2
(a.e.t.)
Craitland
Craitland
2014
Details
Indokistan Indokistan Mercury
Mercury
1–1
(4–3 pens.)
Hamland
Hamland
Craitland
Craitland
3–1 Senya
Senya
2015
Details
Craitland Craitland Hamland
Hamland
2–0 Tellia
Tellia
Passas
Passas
3–2 Gerenia
Gerenia
2017
Details
Senya Senya

Titles by nation