THE Irish Football Association has formally submitted a planning application for the proposed redevelopment of Windsor Park.
What does IFA stand for?
IFA stands for Irish Football Association (Northern Ireland's governing body of soccer)
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We have 312 other meanings of IFA in our Acronym Attic
- International Franchise Association
- International Friends and Associates (international match-making organization)
- International Frisbee Association
- Internationale Funkaustellung (German: International Fair of Broadcasting Services)
- Inverted-F Antenna
- Invest in France Agency
- Investment Funds Association (various locations)
- Iowa Finance Authority (Des Moines, IA)
- Irish Farmer's Association
- Irish Film Archive (Irish Film Institute)
- Iron-Folic Acid
- Israel Football Association
- Issued for Approval (design stage)
- Institut für Afrikanistik und Ägyptologie (Department of Africanistics and Egyptology at the University of Vienna)
- Institut für Angewandte Arbeitswissenschaft eV
- Institute for African Alternatives (University of London, UK)
- Intelligence Functional Area Assessment
- International Fantastic Art Association
- International Federation of Adjusting Associations (UK)
- International Federation of Associations of Anatomists
Samples in periodicals archive:
The competition is organised by the Irish Universities Football Union in partnership with the University of Ulster Jordanstown and is suppoted by the Newtownabbey Borough Council, Irish Football Association and Northern Ireland Ireland Milk Cup.
MICHAEL O'NEILL intends to "restore a sense of belief and pride" in the Northern Ireland national side after being appointed on a two-year contract by the Irish Football Association.
The Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish football associations reacted angrily to the 'historic agreement' that could see any player from the home nations picked to compete as part of Team GB at the London games, fearing that it threatens their independence.
The Welsh, Scottish and Northern Irish Football Associations have all expressed opposition to such a team and Regan reiterated the SFA's stance.
Jim Boyce, the former president of the Irish Football Association, claimed that there is a perception within certain FIFA circles that the FA is arrogant.
EVERTON: Promising defender Shane Duffy has rocked Northern Ireland by deciding to change his allegiance, the Irish Football Association have confirmed.
Worthington said: "I would be interested as my contract with the Irish Football Association is coming up in the next two weeks.