|Headquarters||Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates|
|President||Hamdan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan|
The United Arab Emirates Football Association (UAEFA; Arabic: الاتحاد الاماراتي لكرة القدم) is the governing body of association football, beach soccer and futsal in the United Arab Emirates.
|Hamdan bin Mubarak||President|||
|Abdullah Nasser Al Jneibi||Vice-president|||
|Yousif Hussain Alsahlawi Al-Ali||2nd Vice-president|||
|Mohammed Hazzam Al Dhaheri||General secretary|||
|Hesham Al Zarooni||Treasurer|||
|Michel Sablon||Technical director|||
|Paulo Bento||Team coach (men's)|||
|Camila Orlando||Team coach (women's)|||
|Salim Al Naqbi||Media/communications manager|||
|Mohamed Al Ashmawi||Referee coordinator|||
The following is a list of selected presidents of the United Arab Emirates Football Association including pre-UAEFA era.
|Mubarak Al Nahyan||1957–1961|
|Mana' Al Maktoum||1974–1976|
|Sultan Al Nahyan||1976–1981|
|Hamdan Al Nahyan||1984–1993|
|Abdullah Al Nahyan||1993–2001|
|Saeed Al Nahyan||2001–2002|
|Yousuf Al Serkal||2004–2008|
|Muhammed Al Rumaithi||2008–2011|
|Yousuf Al Serkal||2011–2016|
|Rashid Al Nuaimi||2020–2023|
|Hamdan bin Mubarak||2023–|
At the level of developing the national cadres, the FA chose 2010 as the Year of the National Coach and signed various agreements with some national associations in the game for development and training including Germany, Spain, Czech, Italy and Egypt. The national coaches took over the youth and junior national teams and they were provided with financial support.
At the organizational level, the FA hosted the FIFA Club World Cups in 2009 and 2010, the 2009 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup and other friendly and official championships and supported the women football and launched the Futsal in collaboration with sports council within the country. The next step is to organize and host the 2013 FIFA U-17 World Cup.
In 2010, UAEFA partnered with the Mubadala Development Company to launch the UAEFA Grassroots Festivals, a state-wide campaign to recruit and train certain players.
In July 2011, a 3-year sponsoring deal was signed with Panasonic. In January 2016, UAEFA signed a partnership with the United States Sports Academy to provide UAEFA a football club operators licensing program.
In December 2016, UAEFA renewed its partnership with the Japan Football Association.
In February 2017, UAEFA warned 46 football players (including Asamoah Gyan) about their inappropriate hairstyles that did not conform to its guidelines.
In October 2017, UAEFA requested that the 23rd Arabian Gulf Cup be postponed while the issue with Qatar was being resolved.