Short History

     The Union of North African Football Federations (UNAF) is an international governing body of association football in North Africa accredited by the CAF. It was founded in 2005 by Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia. All associations are members of the Confederation of African Football and the Union of Arab Football Associations. In 2009, the Egyptian Football Association withdrew its membership citing the incidents that accompanied the playoff between Egypt and Algeria, but returned in 2011. The post of president will be rotated among the five founding nations. UNAF runs several competitions which cover men's, women's, youth, clubs and futsal.

Formation                     - 16 February 2005
Headquarters               - Tunis, Tunisia
Region served              - North Africa
Membership                - 5 national associations
Official language         - English, French, Arabic
President                      - Abdel Hakim Alshalmani
Parent organization    - CAF
Website                         - www.UNAFonline.org