ASEAN Football Federation
|Formation||31 January 1984|
|Headquarters||Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia|
|12 member associations|
|HE Sultan Ahmad Shah|
The ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) is a smaller organisation within the greater Asian Football Confederation, and centres on Southeast Asia. ASEAN stands for Association of South East Asian Nations. The AFF was founded in 1984 by the nations of Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam joined the AFF in 1996.
In 1996, the federation ran the first ASEAN Football Championship known then as the Tiger Cup for sponsorship reasons.
East Timor joined in 2004. Australia joined the Asian Football Confederation on 1 January 2006 and Australia was considered an invited affiliate of the AFF and sent youth squads to the ASEAN Youth Tournaments.
On 27 August 2013, Australia became a full member of the federation.
- 1 Member Associations
- 2 Rankings
- 3 Current champions
- 4 Competitions
- 5 Presidents
- 6 AFF Awards
- 6.1 AFF Association of the Year
- 6.2 AFF National Team of the Year
- 6.3 AFF Player of the Year (Men's)
- 6.4 AFF Player of the Year (Women's)
- 6.5 AFF Youth Player of the Year
- 6.6 AFF Futsal Team of the Year
- 6.7 AFF Futsal Player of the Year
- 6.8 AFF Coach of the Year
- 6.9 AFF Referee of the Year
- 6.10 AFF Assistant Referee of the Year
- 6.11 Best Goal in the AFF Suzuki Cup 2012
- 7 See also
- 8 References
- 9 External links
In 2013 Australia became the latest member to join the AFF.
Men's National Teams
Women's National Teams
- ASEAN Football Championship
- ASEAN Super League
- Mekong Club Championship
- ASEAN Club Championship (defunct)
- ASEAN Champions Cup (defunct)
|Tengku Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Ahmad Rithauddeen||1996–1998|
|Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah||2007–|
AFF President His Royal Highness Sultan of Pahang HE Sultan Ahmad Shah said that:
"In recent years, ASEAN football has cultivated some serious talent, and the region is growing as a football powerhouse. We are gaining traction at a global level, and the time is right to honour the men and women who have dedicated their lives to the evolution and honour of the world’s most popular sport."
HRH Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah, who is also Chairman of the Awards Selection Committee, said that as football in the region continued to develop and mature, the Commitment demonstrated by ASEAN’s finest needed to be acknowledged.
AFF Life Service Award : H.E. Tengku Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Ahmad Rithauddeen
ASEAN Goodwill Award : H.R.H. Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta’in Billah Ibni Al-Marhum Sultan Abu Bakar
AFF Association of the Year
AFF National Team of the Year
|Year||National Team (men's)||National Team (women's)|
AFF Player of the Year (Men's)
|2014||Chanathip Songkrasin||BEC Tero Sasana|
AFF Player of the Year (Women's)
|2013||Đặng Thị Kiều Trinh||Ho Chi Minh City|
AFF Youth Player of the Year
|2013||Keoviengphet Liththideth||Ezra F.C.|
AFF Futsal Team of the Year
|Year||National Futsal Team|
AFF Futsal Player of the Year
|2013||Suphawut Thueanklang||G.H. Bank RBAC|
AFF Coach of the Year
|Year||(Men’s Team)||Name||(Women’s Team)||Name|
|2013||Singapore||Radojko Avramovic||Myanmar||Kumada Yoshinori|
AFF Referee of the Year
|Year||Name (Men’s)||Name (Women’s)|
|2013||Abdul Malik Abdul Bashir||Abirami Apbai Naidu|
AFF Assistant Referee of the Year
|Year||Name (Men’s)||Name (Women’s)|
|2013||Tang Yew Mun||Widiya Habibah Shamsuri|
Best Goal in the AFF Suzuki Cup 2012
|2013||Teerasil Dangda||Muangthong United||Semi Final (1st Leg) Malaysia vs Thailand, 9 December 2012.|
- Asian Football Confederation (AFC)
- Central Asian Football Federation (CAFF)
- East Asian Football Federation (EAFF)
- South Asian Football Federation (SAFF)
- West Asian Football Federation (WAFF)
- "AFF - The Official Website Of The ASEAN Football Federation". About AFF. 20 March 2015. Retrieved 20 March 2015.
- "Reuters "Australia eye further East Asia Cups despite ASEAN move"". Khaleej Times. 9 April 2013. Retrieved 11 April 2013.
- "Australia Officially in AFF". ASEAN Football Federation. 27 August 2013. Retrieved 27 August 2013.