Aruba Football Federation

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Aruba Football Federation
CONCACAF
Arubaanse Voetbal Bond.jpg
Founded1932
HeadquartersNoord, Aruba[1]
FIFA affiliation1988
CONCACAF affiliation1986[2]
PresidentRandolf Lacle
WebsiteAVB

The Arubaanse Voetbal Bond is the governing body of football in Aruba. Its headquarters are at Frans Figaroa sports complex in the city of Noord. It's a member of FIFA and is responsible for governing amateur and professional football, including the men's, and youth national teams. The AVB is also responsible for sanctioning referees and football tournaments for most football leagues in Aruba.

Professional Leagues[edit]

The Division di Honor is the first division football league in Aruba. It comprises 10 teams and is fed by Division One, and Division Two. The AVB also runs the women's football league, and Juniors for U-20 teams.

Since 2005 the AVB has operated the Betico Croes Tournament Cup for men's teams in all three divisions.

Association staff[edit]

Name Position Source
Aruba Randolf Lacle President [3][4]
n/a Vice President [3]
n/a 2nd Vice President [3]
Aruba Hubert Solagnier General Secretary [3][4]
n/a Treasurer [3]
Aruba Marvic Bermúdez Technical Director [3]
n/a Team Coach (Men's) [3]
Aruba Glenford Sambo Team Coach (Women's) [3]
n/a Media/Communications Manager [3]
n/a Futsal Coordinator [3]
Aruba Monique Ras Referee Coordinator [3]

Associations Affiliated with AVB[edit]

Adult Level[edit]

  1. Aruba national football team
  2. Aruba women's national football team

Youth Level[edit]

  1. Aruba U-20 national football team
  2. Aruba U-17 national football team

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ARUBA". Concacaf. 2021-03-07. Retrieved 2022-01-30.
  2. ^ "CFU Nations Cup to be held every 4 years". Kingston Gleaner in newspaperarchive.com. 23 December 1986.
    "At the Zurich meeting, Aruba, St Vincent and the Grenadines and St Lucia were accepted as members of CONCACAF which should lead to their membership in FIFA after two years."
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k FIFA.com. "Member Association - Aruba - FIFA.com". www.fifa.com. Retrieved 2020-11-28.
  4. ^ a b "ARUBA". www.concacaf.com. Retrieved 2020-11-28.

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