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Korea Football Association

Korea Football Association
AFC
Association crest
Founded 1928/1933
Headquarters KFA House, 46, Gyeonghuigung-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
FIFA affiliation 1948
AFC affiliation 1954
EAFF affiliation 2002
President Chung Mong-gyu
Website http://www.kfa.or.kr/eng/
Korea Football Association
Hangul 대한축구협회
Hanja 大韓足球協會
Revised Romanization Daehan Chukgu Hyeophoe
McCune–Reischauer Taehan Ch'ukgu Hyǒphoe

The Korea Football Association (

  • KFA Official Website (Korean)(English)
  • KFA Facebook (Korean)
  • KFA Twitter (Korean)
  • KFA Yozm (Korean)
  • KFA Daum blog (Korean)
  • KFA at FIFA.com
  • KFA at AFC site

External links

  1. ^ No,764 : 세계축구와 한국축구 역사 ②
  2. ^ [경영]대한축구협회 조직구조분석
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  6. ^ a b Official Home of Asian Football - Korea Republic
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  8. ^ http://tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read.php3?aid=1359349264456871016"Tv Daily"
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References

See also

Best Eleven

Footballer of the Year (women)

Footballer of the Year (men)

Awards

Women

Men

National teams

Current

Defunct

List of KFA Presidents
Years Presidents
(No. of tenure)
1928–33 Shin Ki-jun
1933–34 Park Seung-bin (1)
1934–38 Lyuh Woon-hyung (2)
1938–45 Ko Won-hoon (3,4)
1945–48 Ha Kyung-deok (5,6)
1948–49 Shin Ik-hee (7)
1949 Hong Sung-ga (8)
1949–50 Yun Bo-seon (9)
1950–52 Hong Sung-ha (10,11)
1952–54 Chang Taek-sang (12)
1954–55 Lee Jong-lim (13)
1955 Hyun Jung-ju (14)
1955–57 Kim Myung-hak (15, 16)
1957–60 Kim Yoon-ki (17, 18)
1960 Jang Ki-young (19)
1960–61 Jung Moon-ki (20)
1961–62 Jang Ki-young (21)
1962 Kim Yoon-ki (22)
1962–63 Jang Ki-young (23)
1963 Hwang Yeop (24)
1963–64 Kim Yoon-ki (25)
1964 Min Kwan-Sik (26)
1964–70 Choi Chi-hwan (27–30)
1970–73 Chang Deok-jin (31, 32)
1973–75 Ko Tae-jin (33, 34)
1975–78 Kim Yoon-ha (35–37)
1978–79 Park Joon-hong (38)
1979–87 Choi Soon-young (39–43)
1987–88 Lee Jong-hwan (44)
1988–93 Kim Woo-jung (45–46)
1993–09 Chung Mong-joon (47–50)
2009–13 Cho Chung-yun (51)
2013– Chung Mong-gyu (52)

Competitions

On 23 January 2013, KFA elected Chung Mong-Gyu as the new chairman.[8]

The Korea Football Association was reinstated in 1948, following the establishment of the Republic of Korea. The KFA became a member of FIFA, the international football governing body that same year. It later joined the AFC (Asian Football Confederation) in 1954.[6]

[7] In 1921, the first

Korea has a long football-playing history.[5] In ancient times, there was a Korean ball game called chuk-guk very similar in form to contemporary football. However, Koreans first saw the present version of football in 1882 when British crew members played a game while their vessel was visiting the port of Incheon.[6]

History

Contents

  • History 1
  • Competitions 2
    • Defunct 2.1
    • Current 2.2
  • National teams 3
    • Men 3.1
    • Women 3.2
  • Awards 4
    • Footballer of the Year (men) 4.1
    • Footballer of the Year (women) 4.2
    • Best Eleven 4.3
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

[4]103,123,529,503. The budget for 2011 was [3]

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