Football in Georgia (country)

Football is the most popular sport in Georgia. It is governed by the Georgian Football Federation (GFF). The GFF organises the men's, women's, and futsal national teams. Modern football was introduced by English sailors playing in Poti, in the beginning of the 20th century.

Georgia is currently bidding to host UEFA Euro 2020. [1]

Domestic competition

The Georgian domestic league system is run by the Professional Football League of Georgia. Amongst others they run the following leagues:

  • Umaglesi Liga (Georgian Top League)
  • Pirveli Liga (Georgian First League)
  • Meore Liga (Georgian Second League)
  • Tbilisi Regional League

The Professional Football League of Georgia also organizes the Georgian Cup and Georgian Super Cup.

See also

  • List of football clubs in Georgia


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