The British Virgin Islands Football Association has been in existence in 1974, with football first being recognised from 1968. From “Kick Around” roots, two teams formed to play matches and later on the Royal Engineers, who were expanding Beef Island Airport, joined to make a league of three teams.
In the early 70’s matches were arranged between St Thomas and St Croix and the Association formed.
In 1986 the National Team won the Leeward Islands Championship.
Now the BVIFA supports a Primary School and High School League, Women’s Football and two Senior Men’s Divisions.