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Uzbekistan Football Federation
Uzbekistan Football Association
AFC
UFA-logo.jpg
Founded1946
HeadquartersTashkent
1994
1993 (Associate member),[1] 1994
2015
PresidentAchilbay Ramatov
Websitehttp://www.ufa.uz/oz
Logo of the Uzbekistan Football Federation from the middle of the 2000s to 2017

The Uzbekistan Football Association (Uzbek: O?zbekiston futbol assotsiatsiyasi, Russian: ? ? ) is the governing body of soccer in Uzbekistan, controlling the Uzbekistan national team.

History

Uzbekistan Football Federation was founded in 1946,[] while Uzbekistan was still under Soviet rule, and has been a member of FIFA and the Asian Football Confederation since 1994.

On 7 January 2013, at a ceremony in Zurich, Switzerland, Uzbekistan football federation was awarded the prize FIFA Fair Play Award from FIFA. Uzbekistan Football Federation took also first place in points for the "Fair Play" among the AFC in 2012.

The federation organizes the Uzbek League, the second level Uzbekistan First League, Uzbekistan Second League, Uzbek Cup, UzPFL Cup and the Uzbek women's football championship.

The federation changed its nomenclature to Football Association in 2017.

Presidents

Period President
1992-1994 Elmar Aminov
1995-2005 Zakir Almatov
2006-2017 Mirabror Usmanov
2017-2018 Umid Ahmadjonov
2018-present Achilbay Ramatov

League System

Men

Level Division
1 Uzbek League
2 Uzbekistan First League
3 Uzbekistan Second League
4 Uzbekistan Third League

Women

Awards

The Uzbekistan Football Association Awards Gala is an award ceremony hosted by The Football Association. The inaugural ceremony take place in December, in February or March before 2018. The 2015 Award ceremony took place on 20 February 2013.[2] The 2015 Award ceremony was held on 4 March 2016.

References

  1. ^ "AFC membership reaches 44". New Straits Times (Google News Archive). 30 April 1993.
  2. ^ a b c 2012 ? (in Russian). UFF. 2013-01-21.
  3. ^ "UFF announced the best of the year" (in Uzbek). Championat.asia. 2017-12-14.
  4. ^ " ? -- ? ? " (in Russian). Gazeta.uz. 2017-12-15.
  5. ^ " ? " (in Russian). Gazeta.uz. 2019-12-25.
  6. ^ " 2019 ? ? ? " (in Uzbek). Stadion.uz. 2019-12-24.
  7. ^ "UFF announced the best of the year" (in Uzbek). Championat.asia. 2017-12-14.
  8. ^ ? -- ? ? (in Russian). Gazeta.uz. 2017-12-15.
  9. ^ 2011 ? the-uff.com, 23 ? 2011, (in Russian)

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