Headquarters: Frankfurt, Germany
Established Date: 1900
Confederation: UEFA (Europe)
President: Fritz Keller
German Football Association
The German Football Association (DFB) is the governing body of football in Germany and in charge of the organization and management of championship games and competitions. DFB’s women’s and men’s national teams have won a total of six World Cup titles combined. With over seven million members, the DFB is the largest sporting federation in the world. Acting in social and sociopolitical responsibility, the DFB feels strongly committed to the idea of fair play. Recreational and popular sports are also subject to its special promotion.