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WORLD ALL SOCCER LEAGUES


                          The countries, teams and their leagues are organized into divisions as shown in the following map :
 
● CONCACAF:- 

                            All of North and Central America, the Caribbean island countries as well as Guyana and Suriname in South America.

This section lists the competitions ruled by the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football), or by federations member the CONCACAF:

 Anguilla , Antigua and Barbuda , Aruba , Bahamas , Barbados , Belize , Bermuda , Bonaire , Canada , Cayman Islands , Costa Rica , Cuba , Dominica , French Guiana , Guyana , Haiti , Honduras , Jamaica , Mexico , Saint-Martin , Sint Maarten , Suriname , Trinidad , U.S.A.


 □  NATIONAL TEAMS OF CONCACAF :


CONCACAF Gold Cup CONCACAF Women's
Gold Cup North American Nations Cup
(defunct)
UNCAF Nations Cup Caribbean Cup
Pan American Games

□ CLUBS OF CONCACAF :

CONCACAF Champions League
SuperLiga (defunct)
UNCAF Club Tournament
CFU Club Championship



  ● CONMEBOL:-
                                The ten remaining South American countries.

This section lists the competitions ruled by the CONMEBOL (Confederación Sudamericana de Fútbol):

 Argentina , Bolivia , Brazil , Chile , Colombia , Ecuador , Paraguay , Peru , Uruguay , Venezuela

 □  NATIONAL TEAMS OF CONMEBOL ARE :

Copa América (CONMEBOL)
Superclásico de las Américas
Pan American Games

□  Clubs in this League :

Copa Libertadores
Copa Libertadores de Fútbol Femenino Copa Sudamericana
Recopa Sudamericana



● UEFA:- 
                  The whole of Europe plus some countries in Asia.

This section lists the competitions ruled by the UEFA (Union of European Football Associations), or by federations member the UEFA :

 Albania , Azerbaijan , Belgium , Bosnia , Bulgaria , Cyprus , Czech Republic , Denmark , England , Finland , France , Georgia , Germany , Greece , Hungary , Iceland , Republic of Ireland , Israel , Italy , Kazakhstan , Latvia , Luxembourg , Macedonia , Montenegro , Netherlands , Norway , Poland , Portugal , Romania , Russia , Scotland , Spain , Sweden , Switzerland , Turkey , Ukraine , Wales



● AFC:-
               The rest of Asia plus Australia, which joined on 1 January 2006, having previously been part of the OFC.

This section lists the competitions ruled by the Asian Football Confederation, or by federations member the Asian Football Confederation:

 Afghanistan , Australia , Bahrain , Bangladesh , Bhutan , China PR , Hong Kong , India , Indonesia , Iran , Iraq , Japan , Jordan , Korea Republic , Kuwait , Kyrgyzstan , Macau , Malaysia , Mongolia , Oman , Pakistan , Philippines , Qatar , Saudi Arabia , Singapore , Sri Lanka , Tajikistan , Thailand , Timor-Leste , Turkmenistan , United Arab Emirates , Uzbekistan , Yemen


□  CLUBS IN AFC LEAGUE :

AFC Champions League
AFC Cup
AFC President's Cup (defunct)


● CAF:-
              The whole of Africa.

This section lists the competitions ruled by the Confederation of African Football, or by federations member the Confederation of African Football :

 Algeria , Angola , Benin , Burkina Faso , Cameroon , Cape Verde , Central African Republic , Chad , Congo , Egypt , Ethiopia , Gabon , Gambia , Guinea , Mauritania , Morocco , Niger , Nigeria , Reunion , Rwanda , Seychelles , South Africa , Sudan , Swaziland | Tanzania , Tunisia , Uganda , Zanzibar , Zimbabwe


□  NATIONAL TEAMS OF CAF :

Africa Cup of Nations
All-Africa Games (for U23 players)
African Youth Championship (for U20           players)
African U-17 Championship (for U17              players)

□  CLUBS OF CAF :

CAF Champions League
CAF Confederation Cup
CAF Super Cup


● OFC:- 
               New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, and the Pacific Islands including Polynesia, Melanesia, and Micronesia.

This section lists the competitions ruled by the Oceania Football Confederation, or by federations member the Oceania Football Confederation :

 American Samoa , Cook Islands , Fiji , New Caledonia , New Zealand , Papua New Guinea , Samoa , Solomon Islands , Tahiti , Tonga , Vanuatu

 □ NATIONAL TEAMS OF OFC :

OFC Nations Cup


□ CLUBS OF OFC :

OFC Champions League







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