Utanian football has thousands of teams nationwide, as each village in some parts of
the country sponsor their own teams, and belong to their own leagues.
The UFA is a keen supporter of Utanian football, and provides funding to
various UFA-registered clubs around the country. Registration is for a nominal fee
determined by membership numbers, and entitles teams to join the UFA Cup and the
various UFA-sponsored championships nationwide.
There are 4,856 teams registered with the Utanian Football Association. The
country's smallest team, by membership (and organisers) is Bamassa in northern Utani
B'yan state, with sixteen players and twenty-three members.
The country's largest, by membership, is the mighty Luka Central, which has
over 304,000 members.
UFA National Team
The UFA is also the body recognised as the primary Utanian football body by IVEFA,
and is therefore the body that organises, staffs, and funds the Utanian National
Football team, the Utanian Crusaders.
Of these several thousand teams are thirty-two that make up the first and second
divisions of the Utanian Football Association Championship.
To view the latest scores and the champion- ship's table, click on the
Results menu, left.
To view a page about each team, their vital statistics, and key players,
click one of the team names above.
All 4,856 UFA-registered teams are eligible to register for the UFA Cup, the UFA's
knock-out tournament to be played in the middle of the year.
The UFA cup will provide prize monies to the teams that qualify to the last
sixty-four, sixteen, eight, four and two teams, as well as the finalist, who will
have the honour of holding aloft the prized cup.
It provides the best opportunity for clubs to face off against some of the
country's best teams, and perhaps make a name for themselves.