Austrian Football Association
Description: The è«ªB (Austrian Football Association) is Austria's largest sport organisation. There are 285,000 registered male and female players playing for a total of 10,200 teams with 2,309 clubs. Football is deeply rooted in Austrian tradition, and aside from skiing is the country's most popular sport. Every weekend during the season, more than 600,000 Austrians are at football grounds as players, officials or spectators.
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Description: News and info on the German national sides as well as domestic competitions: the Bundesliga and DFB Cup. Includes profiles on the governing body and the 2006 European Championships plus a fan corner. Only available in the German version is a training guide, ticketing and services.
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Federation of Italian Football
Description: The official web site of the Federation of Italian Football.
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Federaç¢o Portuguesa de Futebol
Description: The official web site of the Federaç¢o Portuguesa de Futebol (Federation of Portuguese Football)
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Football Association of Ireland
Description: Official site of the Football Association of Ireland.
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Football Association of Wales
Description: The FAW is the third oldest association in the world, having come into existence in 1876. The association has governed football in Wales continually since that date. The FAW is a member of FIFA and UEFA and is one of the five associations that make up the International Football Association Board, the guardians of the "Laws of the Game".
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Football Association of Wales Trust
Description: The FAW Trust, is charged with developing more opportunities for both boys and girls to participate in football and to develop standards of play in the Welsh game, in order to support the future success of national teams. This will be achieved through the operational activities of the FAW Trust Technical Department, which has developed four national programmes in pursuit of these aims.
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Football Union of Russia
Description: The official web site of the Football Union of Russia (includes an English version!)
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Fééation Frané°ise de Football
Description: The official site of the French Football Federation
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Netherlands Football Association
Description: The official web site of the Netherlands Football Association (KNVB - Koninklijke Nederlandse Voetbalbond)
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