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Victorian Football Association

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Victoria VFA
AEFA
Logo of the Victorian Football Association
Founded 2010
Headquarters Eldeburgh
FMF affiliation 2010–12, 2013–
AEFA affiliation 2010–12, 2013–
President HRM August Charles II
Chief Executive Sir Bjorn Olsen

The Victorian Football Association (also known as the VFA and the Victorian FA), or Comann Ball-coise na Bhioctoria in Scottish Gaelic is the governing body of football in Victoria and has the ultimate responsibility for the control and development of football in Victoria. Members of the VFA include clubs in Victoria. It was formed in 2010 with the creation of the Kingdom of Victoria under the name of the Federation of Victorian Football.

The Victorian Football Association is a Member of the Fédération Micraise de Football and is also a member of the Apollonia and Eura Football Association. It is based at Murrayburn in Eldeburgh.

The Victorian Football Association is responsible for the operation of the Victoria national football team, the annual Victorian Cup and the Royal Championship in conjunction with the Royal Football Association.

History

Competitions

See also