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East Timor Football Federation

East Timor Football Federation
Association crest
Founded 2002
FIFA affiliation 2005
AFC affiliation 2002 (Associate member),[1] 2005
AFF affiliation 2004
President Francisco Kalbuady Lay

The Federação Futebol de Timor-Leste (English: East Timor Football Federation) is the governing body of football in East Timor. FFTL has three levels of national football league, which are Pro Liga de Timor Leste, Super Liga, and Taça Digicel.


  • FFTL Bodies 1
    • Executive Committee 1.1
    • Office & Infrastructure 1.2
    • Big Count 1.3
  • Principal officials of FFTL 2
    • Chairmen 2.1
  • Football venue 3
  • National teams 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

FFTL Bodies

Executive Committee

Position Name
President Francisco Kalbuadi Lay[2]
Vice President Aleixo Da Silva Gama
Vice President Osorio Florindo
Vice President Francisco Jeronimo
General Secretary Amandio Sarmento
Treasurer Jesuina Henrique
Media Officer Isaaz Nelio
Futsal Coordinator Joao Carlos Soares
Referee Coordinator Zelajio Da Silva

Office & Infrastructure

Office is located at Campo Democracia Ave. Bairo Formosa P.O. Box 406 Dili,[3] Xanana Sport Centre[4] and National Teams Field.[5]

Big Count

All players Registered players Unregistered Players Clubs Officials
15,500 500 15,000 10 100

Principal officials of FFTL


Football venue

National teams

Currently, Timor Leste has the following football national teams:


  1. ^ 15 August 2002: "East Timor was accepted as an associate member of the Asian Football Confederation at its 20th Congress in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia" Associated Press
  2. ^ "FIFA Warns Timor Leste of Possible Suspension". Andy1890 ( 7 January 2014. Retrieved 31 January 2014. 
  3. ^ Goal Programme for Federação de Futebol de Timor-Leste
  4. ^ GOAL Programme - Federaçao Futebol Timor-Leste - 2009
  5. ^ Timor-Leste: Building work continues with Goal III
  6. ^ Kalbuadi: We are family

External links

  • Timor-Leste at the FIFA website.
  • Timor-Leste at the AFC website
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