Asociación Nacional de Fútbol Amateur

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Asociación Nacional de Fútbol Amateur
Chilean Football Federation
Association crest
Founded 23 June 1985; 29 years ago (1985-06-23) [1]
Headquarters Santiago, Chile
President Justo Alvarez
Website www.anfa2.cl

The Asociación Nacional de Fútbol Amateur (National Association of Amateur Football), locally known by its abbreviation ANFA, is the governing body of Chilean football on amateur level, and along with Asociación Nacional de Fútbol Profesional (ANFP), who is responsible for the professional counterpart, they made the Chilean Football Federation.

Its functions are to organize and promote the amateur football in Chile.

It is responsible for organizing the Chilean Tercera División A, the fourth level competition in Chilean football, and the Chilean Tercera División B, the fifth level competition, as well as the 345 Local Associations, located in 15 different Regional Associations. They also organize the Campeonato Amateur de Clubes Campeones, and the Campeonato Amateur de Asociaciones (at Adult and Youth levels).

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