The Hub provides a destination for club-related resources, information and guidance to volunteers.
More materials will be uploaded over time as Football Queensland continues to refresh and improve the resources available across various aspects of club operations.
Football Queensland is offering to create club-specific graphics for the 2021 Play Football campaign. Graphics are available in a variety of sizes and styles – simply click the image below and fill in the request form. The form includes options for clubs to request coaching and referee course graphics as well.
In addition, clubs can request access to a suite of graphic resources to utilise on platforms. Graphics are available for programs, referees, coaches, events and competitions. To view and use the graphics, request a login for the portal by clicking the image below.
Understanding your club’s role and the processes required to provide a safe environment for children to participate in football activities.
Key recommendations for your club to create a presence within the local community, with touch points to drive retention and recruitment strategies.
Recommendations for retaining your members each year and creating a positive club culture.
Use the tabs listed to view a variety of resources spanning forms and policies, administration and development, club coaching, insurance, facilities assistance and funding opportunities. Links will be regularly updated. However, should you require further assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Facilities Guides aim to assist clubs, sport/recreation consultants and local council authorities when assessing facility opportunities, developing plans and delivering enhancements specific to football.
Each guide includes recommendations and relevant requirements to ensure compliance with FQ & FFA competitions standards.
With the increase of Women & Girls in football each year, it is important to understand the benefits of becoming a female friendly club. These fact sheets include strategies to assist clubs in providing a female inclusive environment to attract, retain and support administrators, coaches, players and referees.
Follow the links below for the different aspects of being a Female Inclusive Club:
Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities (CaLD)
CaLD represents communities of people who were born overseas or who are Australian born with one or both parents or grandparents born overseas. This term refers to people who are from countries in which the main language spoken is not English. Football is the most popular organised sport amongst CaLD communities in Australia (according to AusPlay).
This fact sheet provides detailed information on how to attract, retain and support culturally and linguistically diverse players at your club.
Follow the link for factsheets on Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities (CaLD).
- Football Queensland Strategic Plan (2020-2022)
- Football Queensland Strategic Infrastructure Plan (2020-2024)
CONSTITUTIONS & BY-LAWS
BY-LAW 11 FORMS
- [Prescribed Form 1] Grievance Form
- [Prescribed Form 2] Notice of Response
- [Prescribed Form 3] Notice of Appeal of a Decision of a General Tribunal
- [Prescribed Form 4] Notice of Appeal of a Decision of an Association Appeals Committee
- Member Protection Policy
- Member Protection Framework
POLICIES & PROCEDURES
FFA FORMS & POLICIES
Registration, Player Status and Transfers
- National Registration, Status and Transfer Regulations
- Football Australia Guide to Training Compensation and Solidarity Mechanism
Grievance and Disiplinary
Attribution and Tribunals
- Judicial Bodies By-Law
- Judicial Bodies By-Law Application Form
- National Arbitration Tribunal Regulations
- National Arbitration Tribunal Application Form
Events and Matches
Other Policies and Documents
- Football Queensland Social Media Guidelines
- Football Queensland Community Club Digital Media Guide 2021
- 2020 NPL, NPLW and FQPL Media and Photographer Terms of Accreditation
- Apply for 2020 NPL, NPLW and FQPL Media and Photographer Accreditation
ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Responsibilities of Team Marshals
- Responsibilities of a Ground Official
- Club Community Coaching Course Request Form
HEALTH & WELLBEING
- FFA Sudden Death/Cardiac Collapse Online Registry
- FFA Concussion Guidelines
- FQ Heat Policy
- FQ Lightning Policy
MATCHES & COMPETITIONS
- FQ Sanctioning Policy
- Sanction Request Form
- Inter-Zone Travel Permit
- Inter-State Travel Permit
- Hosting International Team Procedure
- Team Travelling Overseas Procedure
- 2020 FQ Competition Regulations
- 2020 FQ Disciplinary Regulations
- NPL Men’s Playing Strip Register
- NPL Women’s Playing Strip Register
- FQPL Playing Strip Register
- Junior NPL and FQPL Strip Register
- SEQ Futsal Premier League Competitions Regulations
PLAYERS & REGISTRATION
- Intent To Trial Form
- Player Refund Request Form
- Player Movements Policy
- Registration Refund Policy
- 2021 Refund FAQs for Clubs
- 2021 Refund FAQs for Players
INTERNATIONAL TRANSFER CLEARANCES
Click here to view forms.
Play By The Rules
Play By The Rules is a collaboration between several government agencies, sports federations and national and state sporting organisations. The result is a wealth of information, resources, tools and free online training designed to increase capacity and capability of administrators, coaches, officials and players in preventing and dealing with issues such as discrimination, harassment, child safety and integrity in sport.
Sport Australia is responsible for driving the broader sport sector including participation, supporting activities linked to sport and sport industry growth. Their website houses a wide range of resources for sporting organisations particularly in relation to club development, social media principles and recruiting volunteers.
Gow-Gates Risk Management iPhone App
Gow-Gates, through the FFA National Insurance Programme, have launched a Football Risk Management iPhone app for affiliated clubs. The app is designed to help clubs identify, assess, quantify, manage and monitor risks on matchdays with the assistance of an easy-to-use checklist. Key benefits include pre-loaded lists of affiliated clubs, GPS locations to pinpoint venues, the ability to add photographs of risks and the ease of keeping records (the app automatically saves and reports on the data entered by the clubs). http://www.gowgatessport.com.au/football/important-documents/
Recreation & Sport have published information to assist in supporting and developing clubs. Content includes rules, regulations and rights, supporting volunteers and running and promoting a club.
Sports community provides resources, training and knowledge to volunteers and clubs on how to make their roles easier, to have fun performing their roles and enjoying the rewards of building thriving and sustainable clubs. QLD clubs have free access to Club Spot through the Active Queenslanders Industry Alliance.
Football Queensland’s Club Development Unit draws on the expertise and experience within the organisation to deliver supportive services to grassroots and community clubs.
It is responsible for rolling out support measures, programs and new initiatives designed to lift the overall standard of delivery and build capacity within clubs.
With a current focus on completing technical assessments and providing advanced coach education opportunities, the Club Development Unit will expand over time to support outcomes across three key areas; Technical, Governance and Administration, and Member Services.
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