South Asian Football Federation, founded in 1997, is an association of the football playing nations in South Asia and is part of the larger Asian Football Confederation.
AFC is an abbreviation that may refer to:
SAFF (South Asian Football Federation) by AFSO2007
Its founding members are Bangladesh, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
India vs. Nepal 4-0 South Asian Football Federation Cup 2008 by IndiaSoccerTV
Bhutan joined the federation in 2000 and Afghanistan in 2005.
In February 2015, captain Haroon Amiri announced that Afghanistan had officially left the SAFF for the new Central Asian Football Association.
The current champions of SAFF are the Maldives after a 2–1 win over India in SAFF championship 2018.