Antigua and Barbuda Football Association

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Antigua and Barbuda Football Association
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Founded 1928
FIFA affiliation 1970
CONCACAF affiliation in 1973 or before[1]
President Everton Gonsalves

The Antigua and Barbuda Football Association is the governing body of football in Antigua and Barbuda.[2] They control the Antigua and Barbuda national football team.


The ABFA oversees the administration of Antigua and Barbuda's football leagues; the Premier Division, First Division, Second Division and the Female Division as well as the Antigua and Barbuda FA Cup.

National Stadium[edit]

The ABFA's official national stadium is the Antigua Recreation Ground which have recently been approved to host World Cup 2010 qualifying matches. An attempt to have the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium approved for matches was rebuffed due to "ongoing works."[3]

External links[edit]


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  1. ^ "Abrahams likely to head CONCACAF". Kingston Gleaner in 13 February 1973. 
    "The Caribbean CONCACAF members are Jamaica, Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Cuba, Haiti, the Netherlands Antilles, Puerto Rico, Surinam, Trinidad and the Dominican Republic."
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  3. ^ "FIFA Approves the ARG". ABFA. Archived from the original on 2008-09-20. Retrieved 2008-07-06.