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Tunisian Football Federation

Tunisian Football Federation
Fédération Tunisienne de Football
الجامعة التونسية لكرة القدم

FTF
Sport Football
Jurisdiction Tunisia
Founded 1956 (1956)
Affiliation FIFA (1960)
CAF (1960)
UAFA (1976)
UNAF (2005)
Headquarters Tunis
Official website
.tn.org.ftfwww

The Fédération Tunisienne de Football (Arabic: الجامعة التونسية لكرة القدم‎) is the governing body of football in Tunisia. It was established in 1956. It became a member in the FIFA in 1960, and in the same year it also became a member in the CAF association.

Clubs

Clubs that have participated in the Division Nationale de Football between 1956 and 1996:

Some clubs have used different names.

Source: FTF 75 Années de Football/Tunisian FA 75 Years of Football.

¹² Now Stade Africain Menzel Bourguiba

External links

  • (French) Federation Tunisienne de Football
  • Tunisia at the FIFA website.
  • Tunisia at CAF Online


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