The Football Association of Slovenia (Slovene: Nogometna zveza Slovenije or NZS) is the governing body of football in Slovenia. It organizes the first division (1. SNL), second division (2. SNL), third division (East and West), Slovenian Cup, Slovenian Women's League, and other competitions. It is also responsible for the Slovenia national football team and the Slovenia women's national football team. It was founded as Ljubljana Football Subassociation on 24 April 1920.
|Founded||24 April 1920|
|FIFA affiliation||2 July 1992|
|UEFA affiliation||24 June 1992|
- Danijel Lepin (1948–1950)
- Martin Grajf (1950–1952)
- Franc Sitar (1952–1954)
- Jože Grbec (1954–1958)
- Stane Lavrič (1958–1962)
- Stane Vrhovnik (1962–1968)
- Roman Vobič (1968–1970)
- Jože Snoj (1970–1973, 1976–1978)
- Tone Florjančič (1973–1976)
- Miro Samardžija (1978–1981)
- Boris Godina (1981)
- Branko Elsner (1982–1985)
- Marko Ilešič (1985–1989)
- Rudi Zavrl (1989–2009)
- Ivan Simič (2009–2011)
- Aleksander Čeferin (2011–2016)
- Radenko Mijatović (2016–present)
- "Predsednik NZS" [Football Association president] (in Slovenian). Football Association of Slovenia. Retrieved 9 February 2017.
- To. G.; A. V. (24 April 2020). "NZS-ju ob 100-letnici delovanja zlati red za zasluge" (in Slovenian). RTV Slovenija. Retrieved 27 April 2020.