Have your say on football’s future

Thursday, October 23, 2014

As part of Chief Executive David Gallop’s recent “State of the Game” address, he announced Football Federation Australia’s intention to create a National Plan for football.

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A significant part of that plan involved consultation with all football stakeholders around the country.

Opens external link in new windowRead the State of the Game address here: http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/article/state-of-the-game-david-gallops-address/qpez06pyeqn018g2jywy48r5s

Next week the WA football community will get its opportunity to contribute to the National Plan.

Key FFA officials, including Hyundai A-League chief Damien de Bohun, will listen to your thoughts on the game at Perth Soccer Club’s Dorrien Gardens on Tuesday, October 28, at 7pm.

Conversation topics include:
o    The cost of football
o    The governance of football
o    Grassroots facilities, referees and coaches
o    The development of elite youth players
o    What should we be trying to achieve with the national team?
o    What should our competitions look like?
o    How do we grow the supporter base of Australian football?

This event will be an interactive experience and is your opportunity to give your opinions on the key questions facing the game.

For catering and space purposes, registration is vital. You can be part of this special event by sending an email stating your name and club, association or organisation (if relevant) to alex.novatsis@footballwest.com.au before 5pm on Monday, October 27.