Capital Football, along with a number of partners, have produced a number of resources available to football clubs. these resources provide clubs with templates, guidelines and workshops for example, aimed at assisting them in retaining members, training volunteers, creating an inviting and enjoyable club atmosphere.
Please see below for links and documents that will assist your football club.
Sports Medicine Australia, together with FIFA have provided tools aimed at assisting football clubs in player injury management and welfare.
Sports Medicine Australia is Australia’s peak national umbrella body for sports medicine and sports science, and is widely acknowledged overseas as the world’s leading multi-disciplinary sports medicine body.
It is important that all football clubs and coaches are aware of how to regcognise and safely manage concussion.
The following POCKET TOOL can assist all clubs and coaches with this - FIFA CONCUSSION TOOL
Fundamentally, clubs play the key role in the development of football in Australia. In order to raise the overall standard of club administration at all levels of the game, a clear model that identifies and recognizes best practice in all areas of club administration will be rolled out across Australia.
The NCAS will provide an accreditation rating scheme for grassroots football clubs as identified in the National Game Development Strategy. This will set guidelines and criteria for best-practice models which can be replicated in clubs throughout the country.
The overall aim of the National Club Accreditation Scheme (NCAS) is to raise standards and to recognise and reward quality clubs, which ultimately contributes to quality football experiences for players, volunteers and parents.
All Capital Football affiliated clubs are required to satisfy, or be working towards achieving a level 1 rating for the 2014 winter season.
Click HERE for a level 1 application form.
Further resources, templates and support can be found on the MyFootballClub website.
For all enquiries about the NCAS and how this will apply to your club, please contact the Business Manager, Sam Irvine, via EMAIL.
Play By The Rules provides sporting organisations and clubs with the tools and resources to makes sports "Safe Fair and Inclusive"
Follow links on thier website for further information - Play By The Rules
Click HERE for the latest version of the Play By The Rules E-Magazine
Good Sports provides free support to sporting clubs to change their culture and reduce high risk drinking. Under the program, clubs will focus more on young people, families and sport participation and less on drinking alcohol.
Good Sports’ major focus is to support sporting club committees progressively change the way alcohol is managed in all activities within the club’s grounds and associated functions.
The three-level accreditation criteria provide alcohol management standards for clubs that serve and / or consume alcohol. Clubs move through the levels over a period of 3 – 5 years, maintaining all standards from previous levels as they progress.
For further information on how to become a Good Sports Club - check out the website
Comprehensive online Community Club Toolkit that includes videos and resources under six main sections – Induction, Managing Activities, Managing Staff and Volunteers, Running an Organisation, Getting Young People Involved and Session Planning - click HERE for further information.
Multimedia information portal developed for grassroots sports club volunteers. Includes articles, videos and audio information - click HERE for further information.
Sport and Recreation Services provide information newsletters to asisst clubs with their operations:
Click HERE for the most recent copy of the Healthy Food@Sport newsletter
Sports and Recreation Services offer a number of club workshops throughout the year.
Information will be made available here leading up to these workshops.
For further information on the support available from Sport and Recreation services, visit the WEBSITE.