Football Federation of Cambodia

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Football Federation of Cambodia
Football Federation of Cambodia.png
FIFA affiliation1954
AFC affiliation1954[1]
AFF affiliation1998
PresidentSokha Sao

Football Federation of Cambodia (FFC) (Khmer: សហព័ន្ធកីឡាបាល់ទាត់កម្ពុជា) is the governing body of football in Cambodia, controlling the association football and futsal activities in the country. It was founded in 1933, and has been a member of FIFA and the Asian Football Confederation since 1954.

Association staff[edit]

Name Position Source
Cambodia Sokha Sao President [2]
Cambodia Sameth Khiev Vice President [3]
Cambodia Sareth Keo General Secretary [4]
Cambodia Vichea Dy Treasurer [5]
Japan Kazunori Ohara Technical Director [6]
Japan Keisuke Honda Team Coach (Men's)
Argentina Felix Dalmas 2nd Team Coach (Men's) [7]
Cambodia Meas Sam Oeurn Team Coach (Women's) [8]
Media/Communications Manager
Cambodia Bun Hoeurn Tuy Futsal Coordinator [9]
Cambodia Vichhika Tuy Referee Coordinator [10]




National teams[edit]


  1. ^ "Asian soccer championship next year". The Straits Times. 27 May 1954."ASIAN SOCCER FINALS IN SINGAPORE May be used as Olympic series". The Singapore Free Press. 5 October 1954."Singapore to Meet Indonesia in Asian Soccer Tourney". The Straits Times. 14 June 1955.
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