Bhutan Football Federation

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Bhutan Football Federation
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Founded 1983
FIFA affiliation 2000
AFC affiliation 1993 (Associate member),[1] 2000
SAFF affiliation 2000
President Dasho Ugyen Tsechup Dorji

The Bhutan Football Federation is the governing body of football in Bhutan, controlling the Bhutan national football team, Bhutan women's national football team, Bhutan national futsal team and Minifootball team.


The Bhutan Football Federation was founded in 1983, and has been a member of FIFA since 2000 and the Asian Football Confederation since 1993.

The Bhutan national football team was considered "the worst football team" up until 2015 when it won a World Cup qualifying game against Sri Lanka.[2]

In 2016, the BFF introduced the BFF Club Licensing Regulation to bring basic standards to the football economy of the country.[3]

In July 2017, the BFF Disciplinary Committee suspended Druk Pol F.C. for 2 years after a player disobeyed a referee during a match.[4]


  • 2016: AFC aspiring member association of the year[5]


  1. ^ The Straits Times, 30 April 1993, Page 38 AFC plans to raise funds for big events
  2. ^ Candida Beveridge, Bhutan: Formerly the worst football team in the world,, 29 August 2015
  3. ^ Illegal transfer of players hampers growth of football,, 21 February 2017
  4. ^ BFF suspends Drukpol FC for two years,, 1 July 2017
  5. ^ Bhutan wins AFC award for most aspiring federation,, 3 December 2016

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