Liechtenstein Football Association
The Liechtenstein Football Association ( LFV ) is the umbrella organization of the Liechtenstein Football clubs. It was founded in 1934. In 1974, the association was 142 Member of the World Federation FIFA and the 34th member of the European Football Association UEFA; eight years later the first international match of the Liechtenstein national football team was held.
The LFV includes seven clubs with approximately 1,700 active footballers. He is the only member of Association of UEFA, the discharges do not own championship, but leads a separate cup competition.
President of the Liechtenstein Football Association is Reinhard Walser, Secretary General Roland Ospelt. The former president is one of Ernst Nigg, under whose leadership Liechtenstein Association for the first time took part in a European Championship qualifying round.
UEFA five year ranking
Position in the UEFA five year ranking ( in parentheses the last year placement). The abbreviation CL and EL countries behind the coefficients indicate the number of representatives in the 2014/15 season of the Champions League and the Europa League.
- 43 (44 ) Albania Albania (league, cup ) - coefficient: 4.166 - CL: 1, EL: 3
- 44 (45 ) Malta (league, cup ) - coefficient: 3.958 - CL: 1, EL: 3
- 45 (43 ) Liechtenstein Liechtenstein (Cup ) - coefficient: 3,500 - CL: 0 EL: 1
- 46 (49 ) Luxembourg Luxembourg (league, cup ) - coefficient: 3.375 - CL: 1, EL: 3
- 47 (48 ) Northern Ireland Northern Ireland (league, cup ) - coefficient: 3.083 - CL: 1, EL: 3
As of the end of the European campaign of 2012/13