Football Federation Australia (FFA) has invited members of the football community to join a series of Community Summits across the country to help shape the future of the game in Australia.
The Queensland Community Summit will be held in Brisbane this Sunday, 3 March at Suncorp Stadium from 11:30am – 1:30pm, prior to the Westfield Matildas Cup of Nations match.
FFA Chairman Chris Nikou said the newly-elected Board of Directors have committed to embark on extensive consultation to listen to the feedback of the football community.
“Community consultation is an important first step of the Board. We want to hear from as many members of the football community as possible over the next few months about the issues that are most important to them, so we can continue to improve our game,” Nikou said.
“We will use the feedback from our stakeholders during these forums to help guide the development of the next four-year strategic plan.
“We want our players, our clubs and our fans to have the opportunity to help shape the future of our game.”
The Community Summits will also provide a forum for the Board of Directors and Members of the FFA’s Senior Management Team to provide an update on:
• NPL restructure
• Work undertaken on facilities with Government
• Youth development pathways
• Junior participation programs and
• Coach and referee development
“We would love to see a large cross section of the football community from Member Federations, Zones and District Associations, grassroots clubs, NPL clubs, coaches, referees, fans and other stakeholder groups across each capital city,” Nikou said.
Queenslanders can register here for this Sunday’s forum.
Registrations will be accepted until venue capacity is reached.
FFA’s Queensland Community Summit
Sunday, 3 March 2019, 11:30am – 1:30pm