FMF World Cup
|Number of teams||16|
|Most titles||Craitland (4)|
|2013 FMF World Cup qualification|
The tournament is played once a year, being competed for by sixteen qualified nations. The tournament was first contested in 2006, with the nations competing having applied successfully to be included. There have been seven tournaments so far, with four different nations having won the title.
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.
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.
|Year||Host||Winners||Score||Runners-up||Third Place||Score||Fourth Place|
Titles by nation