FMF Under-21 World Cup
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|Number of teams||8|
|Most titles||Craitland (1)|
The FMF Under-21 World Cup was an international association football competition organised by the FMF, the governing body of the sport on Micras, for players aged 21 and under.
The tournament was played twice, being competed for by eight nations both times. The tournament was first contested in 2007, and the second edition was abandoned due to political unrest in the host nation.
Both editions of the tournament were contested by teams which applied successfully to be involved.
In both tournaments, teams were required to name a squad of sixteen players, two of whom must have been goalkeepers, numbered 1 to 16. Eligible players must not have been over 21 years of age at the start of the respective season.
|Year||Host||Winners||Score||Runners-up||Third Place||Score||Fourth Place|
Titles by nation
- Craitland: 1