Rwandese Association Football Federation

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Rwandese Association Football Federation
Founded 1972
Headquarters PO Box 2000
Kigali, Rwanda
FIFA affiliation 1978
CAF affiliation 1976
CECAFA affiliation 1995
President Vincent Nzamwita
Vice-President Vedaste Kayiranga

The Rwandese Association Football Federation (French: Fédération Rwandaise de Football Association, FERWAFA) is the governing body of association football in Rwanda. It was founded in 1972, and affiliated to FIFA in 1978 and to CAF in 1976. It organizes the national football league and the national teams. Since 2014 Nzamwita Vincent is the president of the Federation.[1][2]


Office Name
President Vincent Nzamwita
Vice President Vedaste Kayiranga
General Secretary Me Jean Olivier Mulindahabi
Head of Competitions Felix Nzeyimana
Head of Finance & Administration Liliane Uwimpuhwe
Head of Marketing & Communications Vacant
National Technical Director Vacant
Men's national team coach [[<a href="/wiki/Antoine_Hey" title="Antoine Hey">Antoine Hey</a>]]

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  1. ^ Hamza Nkuutu (3 January 2010). "No More Excuses for Gen. Kazura". The New Times. Retrieved 2010-08-13. 
  2. ^ "Basketball Boss Resigns". The New Times. 30 November 2011. Retrieved 2011-12-07.