Korea Football Association

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Korea Football Association
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Founded1933;90 years ago (1933)
Headquarters Seoul, South Korea
FIFA affiliation1948;75 years ago (1948)
AFC affiliation1954;69 years ago (1954)
EAFF affiliation2002;21 years ago (2002)
President Chung Mong-gyu
Website kfa.or.kr
  1. Hwangbo Kwan is listed as KFA's technical director on the FIFA website and the AFC website, but Hwangbo is not a member of the technical committee.
  2. Cha Young-il is listed as KFA's referee coordinator on the FIFA website, but Cha is not a member of the referee committee.

Other officers


Shin Ki-jun was the president of the Joseon Referees' Association, but he is not officially recognised as the first president. [2]

  • No.PresidentYear
    1 Park Seung-bin 1933–1934
    2 Lyuh Woon-hyung 1934–1938
    3 Ko Won-hoon  [ ko ]1938–1942
    4Ko Won-hoon (2)1942–1945
    5 Ha Kyung-deok  [ ko ]1945–1947
    6Ha Kyung-deok (2)1947–1948
    7 Shin Ik-hee 1948–1949
    8 Hong Sung-ha  [ ko ]1949
    9 Yun Bo-seon 1949–1950
    10Hong Sung-ha (2)1950–1952
    11Hong Sung-ha (3)1952
    12 Chang Taek-sang 1952–1954
    13 Lee Jong-lim 1954–1955
    14 Hyun Jung-ju 1955
    15 Kim Myung-hak  [ ko ]1955–1956
    16Kim Myung-hak (2)1956–1957
    17 Kim Yoon-ki 1957–1959
    18Kim Yoon-ki (2)1959–1960
    19 Jang Ki-young  [ ko ]1960
    20 Jung Moon-ki 1960–1961
  • No.PresidentYear
    21Jang Ki-young (2)1961–1962
    22Kim Yoon-ki (3)1962
    23Jang Ki-young (3)1962–1963
    24 Hwang Yeop  [ ko ]1963
    25Kim Yoon-ki (4)1963–1964
    26 Min Kwan-sik  [ ko ]1964
    27 Choi Chi-hwan 1964–1967
    28Choi Chi-hwan (2)1967–1968
    29Choi Chi-hwan (3)1968–1969
    30Choi Chi-hwan (4)1969–1970
    31 Jang Deok-jin 1970–1972
    32Jang Deok-jin (2)1972–1973
    33 Ko Tae-jin 1973–1975
    34Ko Tae-jin (2)1975
    35 Kim Yoon-ha 1975–1977
    36Kim Yoon-ha (2)1977–1978
    37Kim Yoon-ha (3)1978
    38 Park Joon-hong  [ ko ]1978–1979
    39 Choi Soon-young  [ ko ]1979–1980
    40Choi Soon-young (2)1980–1983
  • No.PresidentYear
    41Choi Soon-young (3)1983–1985
    42Choi Soon-young (4)1985–1986
    43Choi Soon-young (5)1986–1987
    44 Lee Jong-hwan 1987–1988
    45 Kim Woo-jung 1988–1989
    46Kim Woo-jung (2)1989–1993
    47 Chung Mong-joon 1993–1997
    48Chung Mong-joon (2)1997–2001
    49Chung Mong-joon (3)2001–2005
    50Chung Mong-joon (4)2005–2009
    51 Cho Chung-yun 2009–2013
    52 Chung Mong-gyu 2013–2017
    53Chung Mong-gyu (2)2017–present
  • National teams

    Source: [6]

    Men's teams

    Women's teams

    Defunct team


    As of 26 November 2022

    Current competitions

    CompetitionNoteCurrent championsNext season
    Korean FA Cup National cup held since 1996. Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors (2022) 2023 Korean FA Cup
    K3 League Men's semi-professional league held since 2020. Changwon City (2022) 2023 K3 League
    K4 League Men's semi-professional league held since 2020. Goyang KH (2022) 2023 K4 League
    WK League Women's semi-professional league held since 2009. Incheon Hyundai Steel Red Angels (2022) 2023 WK League
    U-League Universities' league held since 2008. Dankook University (2022)2023 U-League

    Defunct competitions


    Current awards

    Defunct awards

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