Hugo Quaderer will serve a new term of four years as president of the Liechtenstein Football Association (LFV) after his re-election at the association's general assembly.
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Hugo Quaderer has been elected for a further four years as president of the Liechtenstein Football Association (LFV) at the association’s general assembly in Ruggell.
Quaderer was a member of the government of the principality of Liechtenstein from 2005 to 2013 and, among his duties, served as sports minister. He was first elected LFV president in March 2015.
He pledged that the association would continue to do its utmost to develop the game in the principality, which lies between Switzerland and Austria. Quaderer also emphasised that the LFV would continue to be a reliable partner of UEFA.