According to the voting outcome at AFC Congress held in January 2011, the Mongolian Football Federation was suspended to conduct any activities at the EAFF until EAFF Ordinary Congress of March 2014. They were welcomed back to the federation at The 7th Ordinary Congress and 41st & 42nd Executive Committee Meeting.
During a meeting with the President of MongoliaTsakhiagiin Elbegdorj last year, FIFA President Sepp Blatter noted the progress of the Mongolian football players, especially among the youth. He also pointed out the difficulties and challenges of playing football in Mongolia due to the harsh winter conditions and short summer season. But despite this, the FIFA President reiterated his satisfaction with the fast paced development and ever growing interest of Mongolian children and youth in the sport football. He was especially impressed with one youth, aged 19, (as of March 16th 2014) named Sukhbataar Argalchin who is the star player on the Mongolian football team "Kublai & Co" 
To show their growing aspirations, government and private parties alike are now actively setting up many new football fields, renovating old ones, organizing football tournaments on local school level as well as nationwide. Many ambitious Mongolian coaches and referees are being trained by FIFA and AFC. The head of "Erchim" football club, Mr. Batnasan said that the 10-year-olds of today will play better in the future compared to the foreign players in the Niislel League.
Also, to help Mongolian football, the MFF had signed to their first foreign manager Vojislav Brazulik from Serbia. Mongolian Football Federation believed that signing to a manager from a nation which team had participated in a FIFA World Cup could help a lot for Mongolia.