World Minifootball Federation is a not-for-profit organisation and has the purpose to promote, supervise and direct minifootball in the world as a means to contribute to the positive development of society.
The term ‘minifootball’ means small sided football open for amateur players. Our competitions focus on player development, teambuilding, fair-play and inter-relations between millions of players who take part in minifootball at a world level. Recent years have seen a significant growth in the numbers of people that are playing minifootball.
Minifootball is played by millions of players around the world. We have our branch in almost 100 countries on five continents - America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia. WMF organise the WMF World Cup every 2 years, as well as continental championships through our established continental federations.
Using its feeds, WMF creates ways to increase the number of spectators in football stadiums and, together with the activation of its membership base, increases the value of football towards its partners.
There are 5 continents involved in the minifootball family. Numerous happenings, games, competitions and qualifying events are organized throughout the whole year, and we can only imagine how many...Read More →
The title of world champions in minifootball stays in the Czech Republic. The national team of U-21 players defeated Slovakia 2:1 in the final in Prague sport hall Jedenáctka.Read More →