The Italian Football Federation (Italian Federation Giuoco Calcio (it) FIGC) is an association football clubs in Italy and organizing national competitions and international matches for the selection of Italy.
The National Federation of Italy was founded in 1898. It is affiliated to FIFA since 1905 and is a member of UEFA since its inception in 1954.
Created as the Italian Federation of Football (FIF) in 1898, it changed its name in 1909 to become the Italian Federation offiellement Giuoco Calcio or FIGC.
This is in Turin and in 1898 began the History of Italian Football Federation (FIGC) with the election of its first President, Mario Vicary.
In recent years, football is a real phenomenon in major cities (Turin, Naples, Genoa, Palermo, Milan) and creating a structure to oversee and develop this activity is inevitable.
In 1898, and during a tournament played in one day in Turin, May 8, 1898, the Genoa Cricket and Football Club, Genoa wins against three teams from Turin, the Football Club Torinese, and the Reale Società Ginnastica Torino Internazionale Torino and officially became the first Italian champion recognized by the FIGC.
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