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Michael Llamas

Published: Sunday 16 June 2013, 15.03CET
Michael Llamas
Michael Llamas - Gibraltar FA interim president ©Pepe Martinez

Association info

  • Founded: 1895
  • UEFA affiliation: 2013
  • FIFA affiliation: not affiliated yet
  • Address: 2nd Floor, 62/64 Irish town P.O. Box 513 GX11 1AA Gibraltar
  • Telephone: +350 200 42 941
  • Fax: +350 200 42 211

Association club coefficients

51Faroe IslandsFaroe Islands0/43.500
54San MarinoSan Marino0/30.333
Last updated: 07/12/2016 08:39 CET

Honours by National Teams

No titles won

Domestic competitions

Gibraltarian Premier League 2016/17

1Lincoln FC1336
2Europa FC1334
3St Joseph's FC1329
4Glacis United FC1326
5Mons Calpe SC1322
6Gibraltar United FC1312
7Lynx FC138
8Manchester 62 FC138
9Lions Gibraltar FC137
10Europa Point FC134
Last updated: 16/01/2017 22:30 CET
Published: Sunday 16 June 2013, 15.03CET

Michael Llamas

Nationality: British
Date of birth: 4 November 1964
Association president since: 2015

• Michael Llamas is a barrister. He practised European law in Paris and then in Brussels from 1992 to 2007, before returning to Gibraltar. He has advised the Gibraltar Football Association (GFA) and other sporting associations in Gibraltar in that capacity. In May 2015, he takes up the office of Her Majesty’s Attorney General for Gibraltar.

• Llamas was elected vice-president of the GFA in 2013, and president in March 2015. He was an accomplished football player in his younger years, having captained the Gibraltar youth teams.

• The new GFA president emphasised the continuing development of Gibraltar football, especially at grassroots level, as a direct consequence of UEFA membership. "Gibraltar has only recently (in 2013) joined the UEFA football family. Membership has required, and continues to require, a massive overhaul of the organisation of football in our country. It is a thrilling challenge, and one which the Gibraltar FA has embraced with enthusiasm and energy. We are determined to make our UEFA membership a success and stand ready to meet all the challenges that may come our way. Above all, it is of vital importance to devote time to the restructuring of football at grassroots level, since these are now the generations of Gibraltarians who will grow up in the world of UEFA membership”.

Last updated: 11/05/15 14.54CET

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