Football Association of Finland

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The Football Association of Finland (, SPL; , FBF) is the governing body of football in Finland. It was founded in 1907, and was also the governing body of bandy in Finland until the bandy association, Suomen Jääpalloliitto, was founded in 1972.

The SPL organises the men's and women's national football teams, and the second and third tiers of national football. The premier division Veikkausliiga is organized by a distinct organisation, and the lower tiers (the fourth tier and below) are organized by the 12 district organisations. The SPL is based in the Finnish capital city of Helsinki.


The Suomen Palloliitto (SPL) has more than 1,000 member clubs and approximately 115,000 registered players. The Finnish Gallup survey has indicated that football is a popular pastime with around 500,000 Finns interested in the sport. The SPL is Finland's largest amateur sports federation.

District organisations

At the more local level Finnish football is administered by the following regional authorities of the SPL:

  • Helsinki SPL (Helsingin piiri)
  • Uusimaa SPL (Uudenmaan piiri)
  • Kaakkois-Suomi SPL (Kaakkois-Suomen piiri)
  • Itä-Suomi SPL (Itä-Suomen piiri)
  • Keski-Suomi SPL (Keski-Suomen piiri)
  • Pohjois-Suomi SPL (Pohjois-Suomen piiri)
  • Keski-Pohjanmaa SPL (Keski-Pohjanmaan piiri)
  • Vaasa SPL (Vaasan piiri)
  • Satakunta SPL (Satakunnan piiri)
  • Tampere SPL (Tampereen piiri)
  • Turku SPL (Turun piiri)
  • Ålands Fotbollförbund


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