Football Association of Slovenia

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Football Association of Slovenia
UEFA
Association crest
Founded 23 April 1920
Headquarters Brdo pri Kranju
FIFA affiliation 2 July 1992
UEFA affiliation 24 June 1992
President Aleksander Čeferin

The Football Association of Slovenia (Slovene: Nogometna zveza Slovenije or NZS) is the governing body of football in Slovenia. It organizes the following football leagues and cups: 1st division (1. SNL), 2nd division (2. SNL), 3rd division (Centre, East, North and West), Slovenian Cup, Slovenian Women's League, etc. It is also responsible for the Slovenia national football team. It was founded as Ljubljana Football Subassociation on 23 April 1920. It is based in Ljubljana.

Presidents[edit]

  • Danijel Lepin (1948–50)
  • Martin Greif (1950–52)
  • Franc Sitar (1952–54)
  • Jože Grbec (1954–58)
  • Stane Lavrič (1958–62)
  • Stane Vrhovnik (1962–68)
  • Roman Vobič (1968–70)
  • Jože Snoj (1970–73, 1976–78)
  • Tone Florjančič (1973–76)
  • Miro Samardžija (1978–81)
  • Boris Godina (1981)
  • Branko Elsner (1982–85)
  • Marko Ilešič (1985–89)
  • Rudi Zavrl (1989–2009)
  • Ivan Simič (2009–11)
  • Aleksander Čeferin (2011–)

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