2011–12 in football
The 2011–12 football season was the 6th season of football on Micras since the foundation of the FMF, which started on 5 September 2011 and ended on 31 August 2012. The season was a World Cup year, with the 2012 FMF World Cup being won by Tellia who defeated Alexandria in the final, following a penalty shoot-out. Novatainia, Natopia, Hamland and Tellia winning their respective continental championships.
|2012 FMF World Cup|
|0 – 0 (a.e.t.)
5 – 4 (pens)
|2012 Copa Apollonia|
|2 – 0|
|2012 CiboTap Championships|
|1 – 1 (a.e.t.)
4 – 1 (pens)
|2012 EMU Championships|
|2 – 2 (a.e.t.)
4 – 3 (pens)
|2012 Benacia Cup|
|1 – 0|
International club competitions
|2011 EMUFA Champions' League|
|West Grinstead||Morfaga North Rangers||3 – 1||Osĵätoņ Aztecs FC|
|2012 CTFA Champions' League|
|Hamstadt||Franciscania Athletic||5 – 4||AFC Hamstadt|
Domestic league competitions
|League||Champions||Qualified for Champions' League||Qualified for Continental Cup||Relegated|
Domestic cup winners
New FMF members
This is a list of FMF member nations that played their first international match in the 2011–12 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 2011–12 season.
R - 20XX – Returning member in 20XX.
There were no defined transfer windows for the 2011–12 season: permanent and loan moves were able to be finalised at any time, though individual leagues could set their own restrictions. Below are the season's seven most expensive deals.
|2011-06-26||Phillip Sherman||AC Zimia||Vecchiacittà Calcio||Cr 25|
|2011-09-13||Daniël Lavan-Olsen||Xäiville Teflons FC||Hänävissen-ó-Cräiteland FC||Cr 12|
|2011-06-20||Talsin Llwrran||Imperial United||Vecchiacittà Calcio||Cr 10|
|2011-09-08||Krzijsztijan Aawlzeczaa||Grenstad Verenigd FC||Osĵätoņ Aztecs FC||Cr 10|
|2011-09-22||Elario Campisano||Syrelwynn Swifts||Xäiville Teflons FC||Cr 10|
|2011-09-10||Eddie Winters||Kilbay Rangers||Hänävissen-ó-Cräiteland FC||Cr 7|
|2011-09-13||Tim Ula||Xäiville Teflons FC||Vecchiacittà Calcio||Cr 7|