Northern NSW Football is excited to announce that registrations are now officially open for all participants ahead of the 2024 season.
Players, coaches, match officials and volunteers can register through PlayFootball to get involved in football.
NNSWF General Manager Member Services Ross Hicks said he looked forward to another big year of football across the region.
“In 2023 we had record participation numbers with 82,018 registered participants across northern NSW,” Hicks said.
“We saw a 20 per cent increase in registered players, a 19 per cent rise in registered volunteers, an eight per cent growth in registered match officials and a two per cent increase in registered coaches.
“We hope that we can continue to see these numbers grow and that 2024 is another successful year of football.”
NNSWF CEO Peter Haynes was excited for the future of football across the region.
“We are looking forward to another big year of football across northern NSW,” Haynes said.
“I want to wish the best of luck to all players, coaches, match officials, volunteers and clubs and I hope they all have an enjoyable season. I look forward to seeing everyone back out on the pitch with smiles on their faces enjoying the game we all love.”
NNSWF have provided campaign assets and other tools to help clubs develop and implement strategies and initiatives to recruit and retain players, coaches, referees and volunteers. Clubs can access recruitment resources HERE.
NNSWF also has a number of training opportunities to help clubs prepare for the 2024 season. These include webinars created by the dedicated NNSWF staff on volunteer recruitment, duty officer training, child safety and Working with Children Check as well as information on Football Australia’s Club Changer club improvement program.
Want to sign up you or your child for football in 2024? Register HERE
Having trouble? Contact the PlayFootball team directly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 02 8880 7983.
Contact your club for further information.
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