Q&A with the SA Editors: Dec. 30, 1999
What does the South American confederation acronym CONMEBOL stand for? I've searched extensively and can't find it! Thanks in advance
Mike Woitalla: The South American Confederation, in Spanish, is called the Confederacion Sudamericana de Futbol, and is sometimes abbreviated as CSF.
But in order to create an acronym, an abbreviation that creates a word, the "CON" comes from CONfederacion, the "ME" from SudaMEricana, and the "BOL" from FutBOL.
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