Here are the most popular sporting teams in the prefecture. All of the teams are under the Phocis Football Clubs Association in which it existed since 1985 after the separation and dissolution of the Phocis-Phtiotis Football Guild Union.
- Androutsos Gravia - Gravia
- Asteras Iteas - Itea
- Doxa Desfina - Desfina
- Isaia Desfina - Desfina
- Diagoras Polydrosos - Polydrosos
- Dorikos Nea Dorida - Nea Dorida
- Fokikos - Amfissa
- A.O. Malesina - Malesina
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