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Egyptian Football Association

Egyptian Football Association
CAF
Association crest
Founded 1921
Headquarters Cairo
FIFA affiliation 3 Jan. 1923
CAF affiliation CAF (1957)
UAFA (1974)
UNAF (2005)
President Gamal Allam
(2013–present)
Vice-President Hassan Farid
(2013–present)
Website http://www.efa.com.eg

The Egyptian Football Association EFA, is the governing body of football in Egypt. The leading Egyptian clubs are as follows, with the total number of national competitions (premier league & national cup) following the name of the club.

The Egyptian FA has been dissolved as of February 2, 2012 due to the incidents in Port Said.

  • First cup championship occurred in 1921/22 & first premier league was held in 1948/49.
  • 2 titles of cup championships were shared between Ahly & Zamalek (1942/43 & 1957/58).
  • Runner Up is not known for the 1922/23, 1932/33 & 1938/39 football seasons.
  • Mekawleen is the only Division II club to win the title of cup championships, in 2003/2004.

Contents

  • Associations affiliated with EFA 1
    • Adult level 1.1
    • Youth teams 1.2
    • Leagues and organizations 1.3
  • Egyptians Playing in Foreign Leagues 2
  • External links 3

Associations affiliated with EFA

Adult level

Youth teams

Leagues and organizations

Egyptians Playing in Foreign Leagues

External links

  • Egyptian Football Association
  • Soccer Egypt Dot Com
  • Egypt at FIFA site
  • Egypt at CAF Online



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