Mizoram Football Association

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Mizoram Football Association
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Abbreviation MFA
Purpose Football
Headquarters Aizawl, Mizoram
Region served
Mizoram, India
All India Football Federation (AIFF)
Official language
Lal Thanzara
KC Lalrinmawia
Parent organisation
All India Football Federation
Affiliations All India Football Federation (AIFF)

Mizoram Football Association (MFA) is the state governing body of football in Mizoram, India. It is affiliated with the All India Football Federation, the national governing body.

The MFA's premier competition is the Mizoram Premier League.


Mizoram Football enthusiasts started Aizawl Sport Association in 1945. It was re-established again in 1956 under leadership of Sangliana. After 1972, the name was changed from Aizawl Sport Association to Mizoram Sports Association. After 1973, Football started as a separate unit and took the name Mizoram Football Association.

Office Bearers[edit]

2011 Mizoram Football Association Office Bearers Executive Committee Members are:[1]

  • President: Lal Thanzara
  • Senior Vice President: PC Vanlalhruaia
  • Vice President: KC Lalrinmawia
  • Honorary Secretary: Lalnghinglova Hmar
  • Joint Secretary: C. Vanlalmawia
  • Finance Secretary: Lalruatsanga Tochhawng
  • Treasurer: Tuikhuahthanga
  • Assistant Secretary: Vanlalngheta/ Lalbiakzuala


  1. ^ Zofooty. Info "Mizoram Football Office Bearers" Check |url= value (help). Retrieved 9 August 2012.