The 2009–10 football season was the 4th season of football on Micras since the foundation of the FMF, which started on 25 October 2009 and ended on 31 August 2010. The season was a World Cup year, with the 2010 FMF World Cup being won by Craitland who defeated Hamland 1–0 in the final. Alexandria won the 2010 CiboTap Championships.
Domestic league competitions
||Qualified for Champions' League
||Qualified for Continental Cup
Domestic cup winners
New FMF members
This is a list of FMF member nations that played their first international match in the 2009–10 season.
R - 20XX – Returning member, left in 20XX.
Departing FMF members
This is a list of FMF member nations that played their final international match in the 2009–10 season.
R - 20XX – Returning member in 20XX.
There were no defined transfer windows for the 2009–10 season: permanent and loan moves were able to be finalised at any time, though individual leagues could set their own restrictions.