Philippine Football Federation
PFF House of Football
#27 Danny Floro-Capt. Henry Javier Sts., Oranbo, Pasig City
FIFA affiliation 1930
AFC affiliation 1954
AFF affiliation 1984
Mariano Araneta, Jr.
Philippine Football Federation ( PFF) is the governing body of football in the Philippines.
History [ edit ]
The football body's origins dates back to 1907 when it was established as the Philippine Amateur Football Association (PAFA). It was among the twelve founding Asian football associations of the
Asian Football Confederation. In 1961, stakeholders of Philippine football officially organized themselves to establish the Philippine Football Association (PFA) which was later reorganized as the Philippine Football Federation in 1982. [1 ]
In 2002, the PFF inaguarated its first regional center in
Barotac Nuevo, Iloilo. [2 ]
Member associations [ edit ]
There are 37 member associations under the PFF.
Agusan del Sur F.A.
Baguio City F.A.
Butuan – Agusan del Norte F.A.
Cagayan de Oro – Misamis Oriental F.A.
Camarines Norte F.A.
Cebu F.A. Compostela Valley F.A.
Davao del Norte F.A.
Davao F.A. Iligan – Lanao del Norte F.A.
Iloilo F.A. Laguna F.A.
Legazpi City – Albay Federated F.A.
Maguindanao – Cotabato City F.A.
Federated F.A. of Masbate
Misamis Occidental – Ozamiz F.A.
Competitions [ edit ]
Presidents [ edit ]
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ "Philippine Football Federation". Philippine Olympic Committee. Philippine Olympic Committee . Retrieved . 30 March 2015
^ Henson, Joaquin (11 July 2002). "Soccer a Sleeping Giant in RP". Manila: Philippine Star.
^ a b c d e f g h Henson, Joaquin (3 April 2004). "PFF sets tone for soccer revival". The Philippine Star . Retrieved . 31 March 2015
^ Atencio, Peter (24 November 1996). "The fall of football's Pascual". Manila Standard . Retrieved . 29 April 2015
^ "Carlsberg 6-A soccerfest at Nomads". 16 November 1996 . Retrieved . 29 April 2015
^ Atencio, Peter (25 November 1996). "Cano Tans takes over rein of RP football". Manila Standard . Retrieved . 29 April 2015
^ Atencio, Peter (8 October 1986). "Thing perking up for local football". Manila Standard . Retrieved . 29 April 2015
^ Dee, Ignacio (24 April 2015). "Adad, who kept football alive, dies at 86". Rappler . Retrieved . 29 April 2015
^ a b Olivares, Rick (29 November 2010). "PFF Congress boots out Mari Martinez". Bleachers Brew (Business Mirror) . Retrieved . 31 March 2015
^ Terrado, Jonas (28 November 2011). "Araneta re-elected". Tempo . Retrieved . 31 March 2015
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