Barbados Football Association

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Barbados Football Association
CONCACAF
Barbados FA.png
Founded 1910
FIFA affiliation 1968
CONCACAF affiliation 1967[1][2]
President Randy Harris
Website http://www.barbadosfa.com/

The Barbados Football Association is the governing body of association football in Barbados. It is responsible the administration of football in Barbados with responsibility for the Barbadian national football team as well as the other Barbados National Football teams. Established in 1910, it was originally named the Barbados Football Amateur Association, but changed in 1925 to the current name. The Barbados Football Association became affiliated to FIFA in 1968, CONCACAF in 1967 and also the Caribbean Football Union.

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  1. ^ March 2, 1967: the additions of federations from Bermuda and Barbados as full members of CONCACAF. "This Week in CONCACAF History: March 1–5". CONCACAF.com (2011). Archived from the original on 9 March 2011. Retrieved 31 August 2016. 
  2. ^ "5000 dólares de multa y un año de suspensión a Costa Rica acordó el congreso de CONCACAF". La Nación (Google News Archive). 4 March 1967. 

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