|Membership||18 National Federations|
|Secretary General||V. D. Narayan (India)|
|President||Josef Meyer (Switzerland)|
|Vice Presidents||Elisa Martinelli (Italy), Langley Mathiasz (Sri Lanka), Nazrul Islam (UK), Murthaza Khan Zulfi ( Pakistan), Mouraly Venou (France), Dohun Bae (Korea) and Zunaid Ahmed Palak (Bangladesh)|
The International Carrom Federation (“ICF”) is the international governing body for the game of Carrom and is an association governed by Swiss law founded in 1988 in Chennai, India. Its main motive is of promoting and enhancing Carrom worldwide. It also develops new sources of revenue to manage the sport through a systematic planning process for the sustainable development of the ICF.
The ICF is composed of a Congress (the supreme body and also the legislative body), Executive Committee (executive body), General Secretariat (administrative body) and Commissions assisting the Executive Committee. Currently, the head office is based in Zurich, Switzerland. The Members of the ICF are: All India Carrom Federation, Carrom Association of Maldives, Carrom Federation of Sri Lanka, Pakistan Carrom Federation, Japan Carrom Federation, Korea Carrom Federation, Bangladesh Carrom Federation, Malaysian Carrom Association, Swiss Carrom Association, German Carrom Federation, Canadian Carrom Association, United States Carrom Association, United Kingdom Carrom Federation, Federazione Italiana Carrom, French Carrom Federation, Belgian Carrom Federation, Polish Carrom Association and Czech Carrom Association.