Chinese Football Association
The Chinese Football Association ( CFA) (abbreviation :中国 足球 协会, traditional characters :中国 足球 协会; Pinyin: Zhōngguó Zúqiú Xiéhuì ) is the Chinese Football Association.
The Football Association of China was founded in 1924 and it entered in 1931 of FIFA, but it still took over 40 years before the CFA 1974, the Asian Football Confederation joined. The Chinese national soccer team could only qualify for the World Cup 2002, while the women's team came in after all the soccer Women's World Cup 1999 to the finals and have already participated in four Olympic Games.
The association takes care of the organization of the Chinese Super League and all other professional and amateur football championships in the country. Furthermore, the association organizes the games of the Women's National Team, all youth teams ( U17, U20, U23 ) and the Chinese soccer team.
In addition, there is a Futsal Championship, and a beach soccer league. The highest league of women called Women's Super League.