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 The Football Federation of Moldova (Romanian: Federaţia Moldovenească de Fotbal, FMF) is the governing body of football in Moldova. It organizes the national football teams and leagues, including the Divizia Națională. It is based in Chișinău and was founded in 1992. Until October 2012 it was affiliated with UEFA but switched to join its Asian counterpart – AFC. It has

moldova football federation

moldova football federation

Moldova is a footballing country in Europe that has plenty of love for the sport and its fans in it. The Moldova Football Federation is the controlling body over all forms of football in the country, which includes national teams, professional clubs and amateur leagues. It was formed in 1992 and oversees the entire operation of football from top to bottom. It hosts all major competitions in the country, including international friendlies and World Cup qualifiers.

Moldova national football team (Moldovan: Echipa națională de fotbal a Republicii Moldova) represents Moldova in association football and is controlled by the Football Association of Moldova, the governing body for football in Moldova. The national team has yet to qualify for a major tournament finals; their only two appearances at a major tournament have been at the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification and UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying stages. The first was

The Moldova national football team represents Moldova in association football and is controlled by the Football Association of Moldova, the governing body for football in Moldova. The team has played under the name "Moldova" since 1996, when Moldova became a member of FIFA and UEFA following the dissolution of the Soviet Union. However, between 1923 and 1992, many of its international games were played as "RSSR" (or "Russia") to avoid political connotations. During that

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Federaţia Moldovenească de Fotbal (FMF) is the governing body of football in Moldova. The Federation was founded in 1992, became a member of FIFA and UEFA in 1994. It organizes the national football league and the national team.

The Moldova national football team represents Moldova in association football and is controlled by the Football Association of Moldova, the governing body for football in Moldova. They are nicknamed Tineretului (meaning “The Youth” or “The Youngsters”) and Căpitanii or Cehiul (meaning The Captains).

As the Moldovan football team prepares for its first match in the 2018 World Cup, it’s worth looking back at what has brought them to this point. When the team was found in 1992, they were a part of the Soviet Union and played under the name “Moldova-2”. However, when Moldova gained its independence from Russia in August 1991, it changed its name to “the Republic of Moldova” and declared itself an independent nation

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moldova football federation facebook

As mentioned, the most significant thing about Moldova is that it is one of the few countries in Europe without a Football Federation. Instead, Moldova hosts various football clubs under different national associations. The biggest club in Moldova is FC Sheriff Tiraspol, which is also known as FC Tiraspol as they represent the city of Tiraspol. This club has won multiple national championships and cups across many leagues and competitions.

page The Moldovan Football Federation (Romanian: Federația Moldovenească de Fotbal, FMF) is the governing body of football in Moldova. It organizes all the national teams and leagues including the top league Divizia Naţională. The headquarters are located on Puskin street 13, Chişinău.[1]

The Football Federation of Moldova (Romanian: Federaţia Moldovenească de Fotbal, FMF) is the governing body of football in Moldova. It organizes all the national teams and clubs. There are 14 clubs in the top division, including FC Zimbru Chisinau, FC Sheriff Tiraspol, FC Milsami Orhei and FC Speranta Crihana Veche.

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