Moldovan Football Federation

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Moldovan Football Federation
UEFA
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Founded14 April 1990
FIFA affiliation1994
UEFA affiliation1993
President Leonid Oleinicenco
Website http://www.fmf.md

The Moldovan Football Federation (Romanian : Federația Moldovenească de Fotbal, FMF) is the governing body of football in Moldova. It organizes all the football leagues, including the top-tier league Moldovan National Division (Divizia Națională), and the Moldova national football team. It is based in Chișinău. The current president is Leonid Oleinicenco.

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