Football Queensland is delighted to launch a series of Club Support Hub webinars for Queensland clubs in partnership with CPR Group, Australia’s leading sports governance and community development specialists.
The club-focused webinars provide practical advice and guidance on a range of topics including building strong club committees, delivering AGMs, managing club finances and budgets, and applying for funding and grants.
Watch all of the webinars and access the resources here.
All FQ related information regarding matches and competitions, insurance, roles and responsibilities, players and registrations.
Eliminate discrimination, harassment, child abuse and other forms of inappropriate behaviour from Football.
Assisting clubs to build a strong foundation and manage club referees within a safe and support environment.
Assisting committee members operate successful and well-managed clubs through access to FQ resources.
Designed to help clubs understand how they can create commercial value for businesses in their local community.
Understanding your club’s role and the processes required to provide a safe environment for children to participate in football activities.
Providing clubs with practical assistance in building a strong foundation for volunteers to join, stay and encourage others to help.
Helping clubs across the state in providing a safe environment for all participants and spectators.
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).