Vanuatu Football Federation

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Vanuatu Football Federation
OFC
Vanuatu Football Federation Logo.svg
Founded1934; 85 years ago (1934)
HeadquartersPort Vila, Vanuatu
FIFA affiliation1988
OFC affiliation1988
PresidentLambert Maltock
Websitehttp://www.vff.vu/

The Vanuatu Football Federation (VFF) is the governing body of football in Vanuatu.[1] It is an association of Vanuatu football clubs, and it organises national competitions and international matches for the Vanuatu National Football Team.

The VFF was founded in 1934. It has been affiliated with FIFA since 1988 and is also a member of the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC).

Staff[edit]

Position Name
President Vanuatu Lambert Maltock
Senior Vice President Vanuatu Iau TUAN
Second Vice President Vanuatu Sakias BOE
Chief Executive Officer Vanuatu Albert MANAROTO
Technical Director Vanuatu Peter TAKARO
Competitions Manager Vanuatu Bong Shem
Referee Development Officer Vanuatu Nase CARLO
Administration Support Officer Vanuatu Shamina MOLI
Media Officer Vanuatu Vacant
President Torba Football Association Vanuatu Roy SMITH
President Penama Football Association Vanuatu Thomas TAU
President Malampa Football Association Vanuatu Lambert MALTOCK
President Tafea Football Association Vanuatu Iau Tuan
President Shefa Football Association Vanuatu Tane MAKI
President Luganville Football Association Vanuatu Sakias Boe
President Sanma Football Association Vanuatu Stanley Jacob

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Women's football on the rise in Vanuatu | Vanuatu Daily Post". Dailypost.vu. 2013-11-27. Retrieved 2013-12-08.
  1. "Women's football on the rise in Vanuatu | Vanuatu Daily Post". Dailypost.vu. 2013-11-27. Retrieved 2013-12-08.
  2. "http://www.yumitoktokstret.com/iau-tuan-emi-vaes-presiden-blong-vff/". Yumitoktokstret.com. 2015-12-08. Posted by The Penguin.

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