Colombian Football Federation

Colombian Football Federation
Colombian Football Federation
Association crest
Founded 1924
FIFA affiliation 1936
CONMEBOL affiliation 1936
President Luis Bedoya

The Colombian Football Federation (in Spanish: Federación Colombiana de Fútbol) is the governing body of football in Colombia. It was founded in 1924 and has been affiliated to FIFA since 1936. It is a member of CONMEBOL and is in charge of the Colombia national football team.


  • 1936: Carlos Lafourie Roncallo
  • 1948: Bernardo Jaramillo García
  • 1951: Eduardo Carbonell Insignares
  • 1957: Efraín Borrero
  • 1957: Rafael Fernández
  • 1958: Efraín Borrero
  • 1961: Pedro Nery López
  • 1962: Luis Benedetti Gómez
  • 1964: Eduardo Carbonell Insignares
  • 1964: Alfonso Senior Quevedo
  • 1971: Eduardo Carbonell Insignares
  • 1975: Alfonso Senior Quevedo
  • 1982: León Londoño Tamayo
  • 1992: Juan José Bellini
  • 1995: Hernán Mejía Campuzano (interim)
  • 1996: Álvaro Fina Domínguez
  • 2002: Óscar Astudillo Palomino
  • 2006: Luis H. Bedoya Giraldo

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