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The Venezuelan Football Federation (Spanish: Federación Venezolana de Fútbol or FVF) is the governing body of football in Venezuela. It was founded in 1925 and affiliated in 1952. It is a member of CONMEBOL as well as FIFA, and is in charge of the Venezuela national football team.
Copa America 2007
|Tomás Alvarez||General Secretary|||
|Manuel Gonzalez||Technical Director|||
|Jose Pekerman||Team Coach (Men's)|||
|Pamela Conti||Team Coach (Women's)|||
|Nestór Beaumont||Media/Communications Manager|||
|Rafael Almarza||Futsal Coordinator|||
|Leonardo Taricani||Referee Coordinator|||
- President: Jorge Giménez Ochoa
- 1st Vice-President: Pedro Infante Aparicio
- 2nd Vice-President: Jose Antonio Quintero
- 3rd Vice-President: Akram Almatni
- Secretary: David Quintanilla
- Director: Suying Olivares
- Director: Oscar Linares
- Director: Juan Carlos Copa
- Director: Reina Suarez
- Director: Miguel Mea Vitali
- Director: Oscar Cunto
- Director: Adrian Aguirre
- Referee Board: Miguel Buitriago
- Honor Council: Consuelo Vasquez
- Electoral Commission: Edgar Morales
- Press Officer: Salomón Rondón
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