About Concacaf

We are the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf). Concacaf is one of FIFA’s six continental confederations, servicing 41 Member Associations, from Canada in the north to Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana in the south.

Concacaf means football first. Our members are united by a shared vision: For the Love of Our Game, as well as a unique mission, to develop, promote and manage football throughout the region with integrity, transparency and passion in order to inspire participation in the game.

Through offices located in Miami (USA), Guatemala City (Guatemala), and Kingston (Jamaica), Concacaf provides leadership for a network of unified competitions and development activities that unites this diverse region in football, with the goals of actively promoting universal access to our sport, and raising the quality of football across the Confederation.


Our commitment is to realizing Concacaf’s goals and achieving the desired results through professionalism consistent with the highest organizational values, upholding good governance, transparency and accountability.

We are committed to ensure that we act in the best interest of the game and our 41 Member Associations.

Our Confederation is governed by the Concacaf Council [up to 15 members, President, Three vice-presidents, three Member Associations Members, up to three Independent Members, four Concacaf representatives to the FIFA Council (including the female member to the FIFA Council), one specifically-designated female member (there is no limit to how many members can be female]. In addition, the General Secretary, as the chief executive officer of Concacaf, is appointed by the Concacaf Council.

The Confederation is also composed of a Congress as well as several committees and judicial bodies. According to the statutes, the Concacaf Congress is the organization’s supreme body.