The PFF

Founded:                      1907
FIFA Affiliation:             1930
AFC Affiliation:              1954
President:                     Mariano V. Araneta Jr.
General Secretary:         Mr. Ramon F. Manuel

Manager:                            Dan Stephen Palami

Address:                             PFF House of Football 27 Danny Floro corner 
                                    Captain Henry Javier Streets,Oranbo, 1600 Pasig City

Email:                                  philippine_football_federation@yahoo.com
Website:                             http://www.the-pff.com/


          The Philippine Football Federation (PFF) is the governing body of football in the Philippines. It was founded in 1907 as the Philippine Amateur Football Association (PAFA). They were one of the 12 Asian associations that founded the Asian Football Confederation. In 1961 all of the Philippines’ football stakeholders became officially organized with the creation of the Philippine Football Association (PFA). By 1982 the PFA reorganized to be known as the Philippine Football Federation.


Coaches:

Alan Rogers (1962–1963)
Danny McLennan (1963)
Carlos Cavagnaro (1989)
Noel Casilao (1993–1996)
Juan Cutillas (1996–2000)
Rodolfo Alicante (2000)
Masataka Imai (2001)
Sugao Kambe (2002–2003)
Jose Ariston Caslib (2004–2007)
Norman Fegidero (2008)
Juan Cutillas (2008–2009)
Jose Ariston Caslib (2009)
Des Bulpin (2009–2010)
Simon McMenemy (2010)
Hans Michael Weiss (2011–present)

Assistant Coaches:

Edwin Cabalida
Edzel Bracamonte
Rolando Piñero

Member associations

There are 37 MA’s under the PFF.

Regular members

  • Agusan del Sur F.A.
  • Baguio City F.A.
  • Bukidnon 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.
  • Leyte F.A.
  • Maguindanao – Cotabato City F.A.
  • F.A. of Masbate
  • Misamis Occidental – Ozamiz F.A.
  • Naga City – Camarines Sur F.A.
  • National Capital Region F.A.
  • Negros Occidental F.A.
  • Negros Oriental F.A.
  • North Cotabato F.A.
  • Oriental Mindoro F.A.
  • Quezon F.A.
  • F.A. of Rizal
  • F.A. of South Cotabato
  • Sultan Kudarat F.A.
  • Surigao del Norte F.A.
  • F.A. of Tarlac
  • Zamboanga del Norte – Dipolog F.A.
  • Zamboanga del Sur – Pagadian F.A.
  • Zamboanga F.A. 
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Sources: (1, 2, 3)