The Latvian Football Federation (LFF) (Latvijas Futbola Federācija) is the governing body of football in Latvia based in the capital, Riga. It organises the Latvian football championship (Virslīga and lower leagues), Latvian Football Cup and the Latvian national football team. LFF became a member of FIFA in 1922, but following Latvia's annexation by the Soviet Union it was disbanded. It became a member again in 1992 after Latvia became independent.
The LFF use First Sports modules to operate a centralised registration and football administration process across their association. These modules are provided in Latvian, Russian and English and the initial focus for LFF was a centralised database and controlled registration system followed by competition management modules, officials and discipline components. Each of these modules also feed statistics directly to the LFF national website (http://www.lff.lv/).