No. FA, in soccer terms, stands for "Football Association" and the term is most closely associated with England, where the governing body of English soccer is known simply as "The Football Association" or more casually "The FA" (www.thefa.com). The governing bodies of some countries are also officially Football Associations, but the English press also uses the term FA generically to refer to such organizations.
As for famous competitions, you may be thinking of The FA Cup, which is one of the oldest sporting competitions in the world, beginning in the 1871-1872 season. The FA Cup is open to all levels of English soccer from semi-pro to Premier League teams such as Arsenal and Manchester United. This year over 700 teams are participating in The FA Cup.
The UEFA champions league is the famous league.
(Football Association) cup
the top league is called the premier league. the top cup competition is the FA cup
World Cup, European Championships, FA Cup, Copa Del Rey, Europa League and Champions League.
Well, 663 entered the last FA Cup competition. So roughly 3000.
FA stands for Football Association (of England).
The 1943 competition for the FA Cup was not played.
It's Brasilian midfielder Lincoln from Galatasaray. Galatasaray has recently purchased him for a yearly wage of 4,2 million $ US.
The FA Cup is a club competition, not an international one.
There was no FA cup competition in the year 1916.
There was no competition of the FA cup in the year 1917.
There was no competition of the FA cup in the year 1919.
The 1916 English FA Cup competition did not take place.