The Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina is divided into ten cantons (kanton or županija):
Una-Sana, Unsko-Sanski Kanton
Posavina, Posavski Kanton
Tuzla, Tuzlanski Kanton
Zenica-Doboj, Zeničko-Dobojski Kanton
Bosnian Podrinje, Bosanskopodrinjski Kanton
Central Bosnia, Srednjebosanski Kanton or Županija Središnja Bosna
Herzegovina-Neretva, Hercegovačko-neretvanski Kanton or Hercegovačko-neretvanska Županija
West Herzegovina, Zapadnohercegovačka Županija
Sarajevo, Kanton Sarajevo
Canton 10 (West Bosnia), Zapadnobosanska / Hercegbosanska Županija
Five of the cantons (Una-Sana, Tuzla, Zenica-Doboj, Bosnian Podrinje and Sarajevo) are Bosniak cantons, three (Posavina, West Herzegovina and Canton 10) are Croat cantons, and two (Central Bosnia and Herzegovina-Neretva) are \'ethnically mixed\', meaning there are special legislative procedures for protection of the constituent ethnic groups.
A significant portion of Brčko District was also part of the Federation; however, when the district was created, it became shared territory of both entities, but it was not placed under control of either of the two, and is hence under direct jurisdiction of Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Currently the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina has 79 municipalities.