The ASEAN region within the AFC is scheduled to launch a Super League across several of its member associations in 2016. The last step is apparently FIFA approval after everyone else is on board: http://news.asiaone.com/news/sports/football-1-calendar-rule-them-all I was under the impression that cross-border competition is purely a matter for the confederation in question unless cross-confederation? (Ex. New Zealand in Australia). If the AFC has already blessed this proposed super league why does FIFA need to get involved? Anyway, it's an interesting concept that could be applied elsewhere - such as the Caribbean for example.