CONCAFA (CONfederation of Central Atlantic Football Associations) is the organisation that covers the Central Atlantic region, including the Grand Eborias,

CONCAFA oversee the domestic competitions, making sure they fit in with the WEFA standards and hold the annual championship for clubs and now quadrennial international tournaments. CONCAFA currently gets two qualifying slots at the WEFA World Nations Cup.

The two main CONCAFA Tournaments are:


CONCAFA Champions League: the annual tournament consisting of the top teams in the region, playing group stages and then two-legged knock-out stages until the one-off final.

2016-17 Champions: Adelphia Arsenal

CONCAFA Nations Cup: All CONCAFA Nations take part in the qualifying process to select the 16  nations that compete in this quadrennial tournament.

Current Champions: Eboria (CNC 2016, as hosts)

From 2018-19, a new club competition for domestic cup winners and teams just missing out on the Champs League will commence. The CONCAFA Unity League or Lega Unidad(e) will involve 16 teams.

The organisation also host a number of tournaments for the different classes/styles of football. The top others of note are:

CONCAFA Women’s Cup:

Current Champions: Saint Louis (won in 2017)

CONCAFA Under-23 Championships:

Current holders: Anderland (won in 2017)