Difference between revisions of "Non-Official Football Association"

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The '''Non-Official Football Association''' or '''NFA''' is a mystic organisation located somewhere in the [[Hattrick|Hattrick world]]. The NFA has organised the [[NFA U-20 World Cup]], an international football tournament for national teams that are not (and usually may not become) members of Hattrick.
 
The '''Non-Official Football Association''' or '''NFA''' is a mystic organisation located somewhere in the [[Hattrick|Hattrick world]]. The NFA has organised the [[NFA U-20 World Cup]], an international football tournament for national teams that are not (and usually may not become) members of Hattrick.
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==Recognized Countries==
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[[Image:HattrickRegionalMap.png|thumb|310px|right|The world in Hattrick]]
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Counties who are associated members of the NFA, does have their own territory. To become a full member, your country has to have his own [[:Category:Non-HT U20 Teams|U-20]] team too.
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===Full Members===
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* [[Afghanistan]]
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* [[Savoie]]
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===Associated members===
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* [[Sealand]]
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* [[Vatican City]]
  
 
==Other organisations==
 
==Other organisations==
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* [[GAO]]
 
* [[GAO]]
  
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{{Non-HT Countries}}
 
[[Category:Organisations]]
 
[[Category:Organisations]]

Revision as of 00:12, 11 February 2007

The Non-Official Football Association or NFA is a mystic organisation located somewhere in the Hattrick world. The NFA has organised the NFA U-20 World Cup, an international football tournament for national teams that are not (and usually may not become) members of Hattrick.

Recognized Countries

The world in Hattrick

Counties who are associated members of the NFA, does have their own territory. To become a full member, your country has to have his own U-20 team too.

Full Members

Associated members

Other organisations


NFA Non-HT Countries

Africa: Somaliland · Asia: Europe: Sealand · Vatican City · North-America: Cuba ·
Former members: Afghanistan · Savoie · Qatar ·
The countries must be recognized by the NFA (searching for new president!).