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Korea Football Association

Korea Football Association
AFC
Emblem of Korea Football Association.svg
Founded1928; 91 years ago (1928)
HeadquartersKFA House, 46, Gyeonghuigung-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
1948
1954
2002
PresidentChung Mong-gyu
Websitehttp://www.kfa.or.kr/
Korea Football Association
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationDaehan Chukgu Hyeophoe
McCune-ReischauerTaehan Ch'ukgu Hy?phoe

The Korea Football Association (Korean; Hanja, Daehan Chukgu Hyeophoe) is the governing body of football in South Korea. Park Seung-bin was the very first President of the KFA, charged with the task of promoting and spreading organised football in the Korea.[1] The budget for 2011 was ?103,123,529,503.[2]

History

Korea has a long football-playing history.[3] 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.[4]

In 1921, the first All Korea Football Tournament was held, and in 1933, The Korea Football Association was organized (following the foundation of Joseon Referees' Association in 1928), which created a foundation to disseminate and develop the sport.[5]

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.[4]

On 23 January 2013, KFA elected Chung Mong-Gyu as the new chairman.[6]


Name Position Source
South Korea Chung Mong-gyu President [7]
South Korea Shim Tae-hyung Vice President [7]
South Korea Jung Tae-jun 2nd Vice President [7]
South Korea Cho Byung-duk 3rd Vice President [7]
South Korea Choi Young-il 4th Vice President [7]
South Korea Kim Pang-on 5th Vice President [7]
South Korea Chun Han-jin General Secretary [7]
South Korea Kwon Eun-dong Treasurer [7]
South Korea Lee Lim-saeng Technical Director [7]
South Korea Kim Pang-on 2nd Technical Director [7]
Portugal Paulo Bento Team Coach (Men's) [7]
South Korea Yoon Duk-yeo Team Coach (Women's) [7]
South Korea Cho Jun-heon Media/Communications Manager [7]
South Korea Jang Jin-yong Futsal Coordinator [7]
South Korea Won Chang-ho Referee Coordinator [7]

Competitions

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-ha (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 Jang 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)

Defunct

Current

National teams

Men

Women

Awards

Most Valuable Player (1969-1984)

In 1985, the award was abolished because it overlapped with K League MVP Award.

Footballer of the Year (Men)

Source: [21]

Footballer of the Year (Women)

Source:[21]

Best Eleven

See also

References

  1. ^ "KFA former Presidents". KFA Website.
  2. ^ "[] 2011? KFA ". Korea Football Association. Retrieved 2012.
  3. ^ "KFA History". KFA Website. Archived from the original on 15 September 2012.
  4. ^ a b "The AFC". www.the-afc.com.
  5. ^ All Joseon Football Tournament. "The history and result of All Joseon Football Tournament". Korea Football Association. Archived from the original on 11 August 2012.
  6. ^ http://tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read.php3?aid=1359349264456871016"Tv Daily"
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o FIFA.com. "Member Association - Korea Republic - FIFA.com". www.fifa.com.
  8. ^ a b ? 11. Dong-a Ilbo (in Korean). Naver.com. 27 December 1969.
  9. ^ a b 11 . Dong-a Ilbo (in Korean). Naver.com. 30 December 1970.
  10. ^ a b ? 71? 11? . Kyunghyang Shinmun (in Korean). Naver.com. 29 December 1971.
  11. ^ a b 11 ?. Dong-a Ilbo (in Korean). Naver.com. 28 December 1972.
  12. ^ a b ? 11? . Dong-a Ilbo (in Korean). Naver.com. 22 December 1973.
  13. ^ a b 11 . Kyunghyang Shinmun (in Korean). Naver.com. 24 December 1974.
  14. ^ a b ? . Kyunghyang Shinmun (in Korean). Naver.com. 28 January 1976.
  15. ^ a b 76? ? . Dong-a Ilbo (in Korean). Naver.com. 8 February 1977.
  16. ^ a b o ? . Kyunghyang Shinmun (in Korean). Naver.com. 26 December 1977.
  17. ^ a b 11 . Kyunghyang Shinmun (in Korean). Naver.com. 16 January 1979.
  18. ^ a b 11. Kyunghyang Shinmun (in Korean). Naver.com. 26 December 1979.
  19. ^ a b . Dong-a Ilbo (in Korean). Naver.com. 22 January 1981.
  20. ^ a b . Dong-a Ilbo (in Korean). Naver.com. 8 January 1982.
  21. ^ a b c d "KFA Archives". KFA. 1 August 2018.
  22. ^ a b ?, ? (). Yonhap (in Korean). Naver.com. 23 December 2010.
  23. ^ a b o, ? ' '(). Yonhap (in Korean). Naver.com. 20 December 2011.
  24. ^ "Ki Sungyueng and Kim Jungmi were awarded 2016 Player of the Year". Korean Football Association. Retrieved 2018.
  25. ^ "[KFA AWARD 2017] SON Heungmin and LEE Mina were awarded 2017 Player of the Year". Korean Football Association. Retrieved 2018.

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