The seventeenth Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Football Federation Australia (FFA) was held via video conference on Wednesday afternoon (AEDT), in line with the release of FFA’s 2020 Annual Review.
With unanimous Congress support following a consultation process as part of the development of the XI Principles for the future of Australian football, FFA are to become ‘Football Australia’.
At the AGM, FFA’s Members voted to re-elect Mr Chris Nikou to FFA’s Board of Directors, while Mr Stefan Kamasz was elected to the Board.
The AGM also saw FFA’s Members approve the application by Football Coaches Australia (FCA) to become a Provisional Member of the FFA Congress.
FFA’s 2020 Annual Review, which includes financial and strategic updates, as well as reviews of performances and events from Australia’s national teams and competitions throughout FY2020, can be accessed here.