Guyana Football Federation

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Guyana Football Federation
CONCACAF
Founded1902
HeadquartersGeorgetown
FIFA affiliation1970
CONCACAF affiliationbetween 1969 and 1971[1][2]
PresidentWayne Forde
WebsiteGuyana Football Federation

The Guyana Football Federation is the governing body of football in Guyana. It controls the Guyana national football team. The GFF has sanctioned the Elite League as the highest tier of football in the country.[3]

Staff[edit]

As of 22 November 2018

Position Name
GFF President Wayne Forde[4]
Technical Director England Ian Greenwood[5]
Men's Head Coach Brazil Marcio Maximo Barcellos
Women's Head Coach Guyana Dr. Ivan Joseph

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gordon Jeffery. Soccer the International Way (1970) : "continental federation not yet decided - either SOUTH AMERICA or CONCACAF, at the beginning of 1969". Kaye & Ward.
  2. ^ Their first CONCACAF fixtures were qualifiers for the 1971 CONCACAF Championship.
  3. ^ "Elite League looks to inject life into Guyanese domestic football". Kaieteuer News.
  4. ^ http://guyanachronicle.com/wayne-forde-guyanas-new-football-boss-team-integrity-triumphs/
  5. ^ http://www.gffonline.com/gff-appoints-technical-director/

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