Cameroonian Football Federation

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Cameroonian Football Federation
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Headquarters Yaoundé
FIFA affiliation1962
CAF affiliation1963
PresidentVacant position

The Cameroonian Football Federation (French : Fédération Camerounaise de Football) is the governing body of football in Cameroon. It is known as FECAFOOT. The acting President of FECAFOOT is Seydou Mbombouo Njoya elected in December 2018

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