The All India Football Federation (AIFF) is the organisation which manages the game of association football in India. It administers the running of the India national football team and also controls the I-League, India's premier domestic club competition, in addition to various other competitions and teams. The AIFF was founded in 1937, and gained FIFA affiliation in the year 1948, after India's independence in 1947. Currently it has office at Dwarka, New Delhi. India was one of the founding members of the Asian Football Confederation in 1954.