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Andorra won sixth game in the row against Serbia in Rugby Europe Conference 2 South encounter.
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The Andorran Football Federation is the governing body of football in Andorra. It was founded on 1994 and joined as a member of FIFA and UEFA in 1996.
The Copa Constitució or Andorran Cup is the national football cup competition in Andorra organized by the Andorran Football Federation. The Cup annual tournament began in 1990.
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