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Philippine Football Federation

Philippine Football Federation
AFC
Association crest
Founded 1907 (1907)
Headquarters PFF House of Football
#27 Danny Floro-Capt. Henry Javier Sts., Oranbo, Pasig City
FIFA affiliation 1930
AFC affiliation 1954
AFF affiliation 1984
President Mariano Araneta, Jr.
Website http://www.pff.org.ph/

The Philippine Football Federation (PFF) is the governing body of football in the Philippines.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Structure 2
    • Member associations 2.1
    • Presidents 2.2
  • Competitions 3
    • National Cups 3.1
    • Women's competitions 3.2
    • Youth competitions 3.3
  • Current Head Coaches 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

History

The football body's origins dates back to 1907 when it was established as the Philippine Amateur Football Association (PAFA). It was among the twelve founding Asian football associations of the


  • Philippines at FIFA site
  • Philippines at AFC site
  • AFF webpage

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References

See also

Current Head Coaches

Youth competitions

Women's competitions

National Cups

Competitions

List of Presidents
Name Term Ref.
Start End
Manuel Tinio [3]
Francisco Elizalde [3]
Ramon Farolan [3]
Henri Kahn [3]
Lope Pascual ? 1995 [3]
Honesto Isleta (acting) 1995 1996 [3][4][5]
Ricardo Tan 1996 [3][6]
Rene Adad 1996 2004 [3][7][8]
Johnny Romualdez 2004 2008
Jose Mari Martinez 2008 2010 [9]
Mariano Araneta 2010 present [10]

Presidents


There are 33 member associations and 7 probational member associations under the PFF.

Member associations

Structure

In 2002, the PFF inaugurated its first regional center in Barotac Nuevo, Iloilo.[2]

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