2023 WOMENS WORLD CUP LEGACY FORUM
Football Federation Australia will be conducting a forum at Valentine Sports Park to discuss the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Legacy Plan. The forum will provide an opportunity for those involved in community and club football to give valuable input into a long term plan for the women’s game, which will assist with delivering an innovative legacy plan for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Bid. A link here and here for some documents from FFA to provide you with more information.
Community football representatives from your Association or Club are invited to attend the forum, details as follows:
Tuesday 3 April 2018
6pm to 8pm
Learning Centre, Football NSW
Valentine Sports Park
Each attendee must register at the following link Legacy 2023 Registration by 5pm on Wednesday 28 March.
ACTIVE KIDS REBATE PROGRAM
Use you NSW Active Kids Voucher for Avalon Soccer Club Registration
For more details on the Active Kids Program, visit the Football NSW Website
2018 Football NSW Working with Children Check Policy
In the interests of promoting child safety within the sport of Football, the Board of Football NSW has implemented a new Working with Children Check policy which will expand the categories of individuals requiring the NSW Government’s Working with Children Check (WWCC).
Please note that in 2018 ALL Coaches and Managers will have to complete a Working With Children Check.
Click on the link to the FootballNSW site for more information and to apply for your Working with Children number if you do not yet have one.
For more information contact WWC@avalonsoccerclub.com.au
Please note that in order to impose on participants the various registration terms and conditions that are set out in MFC, including the terms and conditions around the WWCC and compliance with disciplinary rules and regulations, it is important that they themselves agree to be bound by those terms and conditions. Football NSW, therefore, takes this opportunity to stress to organisations the importance of requiring all participants to self-register on MFC. Failure to do so may result in a club, Association or Football NSW being unable to enforce the those terms and conditions, including being unable to subject an individual to your and our disciplinary processes.