Haitian Football Federation
The Haitian Football Federation (FHF) (French: Fédération Haïtienne de Football, Haitian Creole: Federasyon Foutbòl Ayisyen) is the governing body for football in Haiti. The FHF is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the game of football in Haiti, both professional and amateur. A member of CONCACAF since 1961, FHF is in charge of football in Haiti and all lower categories. The principal sporting field is the Sylvio Cator stadium in Port-au-Prince. It is a founding member of the CONCACAF.
|Yves Jean-Bart||President||Elected for fifth time in January 2016, and has held its position since the year 2000.|
|Carlo Marcelin||General secretary|
|Wilner Etienne||Technical director|
- Men's Coach: Marc Collat
- Men's Assistant Coach: Pierre Roland Saint-Jean
- Women's Coach: Shek Borkowski
- Women's Director: Shek Borkowski
- Women's Assistant Coach: Christian Castro
- U20 Coach: Manuel Rodriguez Navarro
- U17 Coach: Chery Pierre
- U17 Coach: Gabriel Michel
- U15 Coach: Julio Cesar Alvarez Perez
- Fitness: Gregorio B. Modesto Gomez
- Academy: Gregorio B. Modesto Gomez
The federation, which had struggled financially for years, lost all but two of its more than 30 officials during the 2010 earthquake. Also because of the earthquake, the national stadium's field, as well as many other stadiums, were converted to be used as housing for survivors and refugees in makeshift tents. Due to the financial and personal losses of the federation, large financial sums were donated by FIFA and globally–high-ranking individuals within the sport, as well as a $3 million fund for rebuilding infrastructure that had been created by FIFA.
- FIFA: Haiti
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