Asian Kabaddi Federation

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Asian Kabaddi Federation
SportKabaddi
CategoryContinental Sports Organization
Membership17 National Association
AbbreviationAKF
Founded1978[1]
Regional affiliationAsia
HeadquartersJaipur, India
PresidentJanardan Singh Gehlot
Vice president(s)Sunil Rajkarnikar
Other key staffSecretary-General
Mohammed Sarwar
Treasurer
Mahiepala Herath
Official website
asiankabaddi.org

The Asian Kabaddi Federation, commonly known by the acronym AKF, is the sports governing body for the sport of Kabaddi in Asia. It has 17 member countries.

The main headquarters is located in Jaipur, India and the current president is Janardan Singh Gehlot of India.

Members

West Asia

  • Bahrain Kabaddi Association
  • Iraq Center Kabaddi Federation
  • Jordan Kabaddi Federation
  • Kuwait Kabaddi Association
  • Lebanese Kabaddi Federation
  • Oman Kabaddi Association
  • Palestine Kabaddi Association
  • Qatar Kabaddi Association
  • Saudi Arabia Kabaddi Federation
  • Syria Kabaddi Federation
  • United Arab Emirates Kabaddi Association
  • Yemen Kabaddi Association

Central Asia

  • Afghanistan Kabaddi Association
  • Bangladesh Kabaddi Federation
  • Bhutan Kabaddi Federation
  • Kabaddi Federation of India
  • Islamic Republic of Iran Kabaddi Federation
  • Kazakhstan Kabaddi Federation
  • Kyrgyzstan Kabaddi Federation
  • Kabaddi Association of Maldives
  • Nepal Kabaddi Association
  • Pakistan Kabaddi Federation
  • Sri Lanka Kabaddi Federation
  • Kabaddi Federation of Tajikistan
  • Turkmenistan Kabaddi Federation
  • Uzbekistan Kabaddi Federation

East Asia

  • Chinese Kabaddi Association
  • Kabaddi Association of Hong Kong, China
  • Japan Kabaddi Association
  • Amateur Kabaddi Association of Macau
  • Kabaddi Federation of Mongolia
  • The Kabaddi Association of the D.P.R. Korea
  • Korea Kabaddi Association
  • Taiwan Kabaddi Association

South East Asia

  • Brunei Amateur Kabaddi Association
  • Cambodia Kabaddi Federation
  • The National Kabaddi Federation of Indonesia
  • Lao Kabaddi Federation
  • Malaysia Amateur Kabaddi Association
  • Myanmar Kabaddi Federation
  • Philippine National Kabaddi Federation
  • Kabaddi Association of Singapore
  • Thailand Kabaddi Association
  • Federação de Kabaddi do Timor-Leste
  • Kabaddi Federation of Vietnam

References

  1. "AKF History – Asian Kabbadi Federation". Asian Volleyball Confederation. Retrieved 17 March 2021.

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