|AFC affiliation||2002 (Associate member)|
|President||Francisco MCP Jeronimo|
The East Timor Football Federation (Portuguese: Federação de Futebol de Timor-Leste - FFTL) is the governing body of football in East Timor.
In 2016 Timor-Leste run their own league under supervision of and Secretary of State for Youth and Sport. The name of the league is Liga Futebol Amadora do Timor-Leste (lit. 'Amateur Football League of East Timo').
|Falur Rate Laek||Vice President|||
|Germano Da Silva||2nd Vice President|||
|Aleixo Da Silva Gama||3rd Vice President|||
|Nelyo Isaac Sarmento||General Secretary|||
|Eulalia Araujo Dos Reis||Treasurer|||
|Fabio Magrão||Technical Director|||
|Norio Tsukitate||Team Coach (Men's)|||
|Lee Chung-ho||Team Coach (Women's)|||
|Rogerio Pires||Media/Communications Manager|||
|Henrique Da Costa||Futsal Coordinator|||
|Nivio Da Costa Fernandes||Referee Coordinator|||
|All players||Registered players||Youth Players (U8-U14)||Unregistered Players||Clubs||Academy||Officials|
Main article: Timor-Leste national football team
Currently, Timor Leste has the following football national teams:
The chairman of FFTL Francisco Kalbuadi Lay did not win the FFTL Presidential Race at the 2007 Extraordinary Congress; however, Kalbuadi continued his presidency until now. Pedro Carrascalao, who claimed he won the Presidential Race, had not worked at FFTL office since 2007. At 2007 Extraordinary Congress Carrascalao had 13 voting members who elected him as the President of FFTL. Carrascalao alleges that FFTL members were forced to call an Extraordinary Congress in 2007 after the organisation failed to hold a regular Congress – in which a Presidential vote would have been held – in the necessary timeframe. He says members were also greatly concerned about potential corruption within the organisation at the time. 
In February 2017, FIFA terminated and banned General Secretary Amandio Sarmento of FFTL. Sarmento was banned for three years of football activity. Furthermore, Sarmento was guilty of using falsified documents in connection with the fielding of ineligible players by Timor-Leste.