Somali Football Federation

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Somali Football Federation
Somalia FA.png
SportFootball
JurisdictionSomalia
AbbreviationSFF
Founded1951 (1951)
AffiliationFIFA (1962)
CAF (1968)
UAFA (1974)
HeadquartersMogadishu
PresidentAbdiq
ChairpersonMahamud Qartsh
Vice president(s)Mahmamabu
Secretaryam. Maku
Men's coachAbdi Hamid Moallin
Women's coachAli Abdule Hussein
Official website
www.somsoccer.com
Somalia

The Somali Football Federation (SFF) (Somali: Xiriirka Soomaaliyeed ee Kubadda Cagta, Arabic: الاتحاد الصومالي لكرة القدم‎, Italian: Federazione Calcistica Somala) was founded in 1951, and it is one of the national administrative governing bodies of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) responsible for organizing and controlling the sport of football and its competitions (the first, second, and third divisions, as well as the Cup) in the Federal Republic of Somalia, as well as the Somalia national football team. In 1962, the SFF became a FIFA member. It later joined CAF in 1968,[1] and the Union of Arab Football Associations (UAFA) in 1974. The SFF is responsible for organizing matches between local teams and enforcing rules and regulations of the game during matches.

Management[edit]

Management:[2]

President
  • Abdiqani said
Vice President
  • Othman Moalin;General Secretary
  • GHULED Alisaid

Othman MoalinTreasurer

  • GHULED Alisaid

Coaching[edit]

Coaching[2]

Technical Director

Awil Ismail Mohamed

Men's Coach
  • SSIMBWA Sam
Women's Coach
  • HUSSEIN ALI Abdule
Media Officer
  • ABOKAR Shafii
Futsal Coordinator
  • N/A
Referee Coordinator
  • MOHAMED AHMED Ali

Committee Members[edit]

Abdiqani Said - Beach Soccer Committee[3]

Referees[edit]

Referees[4]
  • san (international since 2014)
  • Mirza Bakshir (international since 2004)
  • WIISH (international since 2011)

Assistant Referees:

  • Hamza Hagi (international since 2013)
  • Mohamed International (international since 2014)
  • AWEYS (international since 2014)
  • Moussa Krikour (international since 2014)
  • OMAR (international since 2001)
  • SÜLEMAN. Abdi (international since 2013)

Agents[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ CAF official website say they were affiliated in 1968. However, they may affiliated in early years. In news report of Ethiopian Herald on 13 January 1962, CAF received application of Somalia. In news report of East African Standard on 20 November 1965, Somalia had been suspended by CAF for failing to pay their dues. They were CAF member in 1965.
  2. ^ a b "Somalia - Association Information". FIFA. Retrieved 14 June 2014.
  3. ^ "Football Officials - Committee Members". FIFA. Retrieved 14 June 2014.
  4. ^ "Football Officials - Referees". FIFA. Retrieved 14 June 2014.
  5. ^ "Football Officials - Agents". FIFA. Retrieved 14 June 2014.

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