Football Queensland have released their ‘Future of Football 2020+’ consultation paper, which looks to engage all stakeholders in shaping the future of the game in the sunshine state.
In the coming weeks and months, FQ will host a number of virtual town hall meetings, webinars, interviews and other consultation sessions to gather feedback from the Queensland football community.
Last week, the governing body claimed participants will have the chance to have their say on four key areas of the game; governance, competitions, affordability and administration.
“Following last week’s announcement and months of development, we’re thrilled to release our Future of Football 2020+ consultation paper as we embark on this ground-breaking process,” FQ Chief Executive Officer Robert Cavallucci said.
“Over the next six months, we’re inviting every member of the Queensland football community to help shape the future direction of the sport in our state and have their say on how we lead the game, run the game, play the game and fund the game across Queensland beyond 2020.
“We want everyone to feel empowered and engaged so that together we can unlock the opportunity in our game, by strengthening the governance and delivery of affordable football across the state.
“Built around a range of platforms, our passionate members will be able to share their input through club summits…surveys, focus groups and more.
“This is a big moment for football in Queensland and we look forward to working with the community to ensure a bright future for our game in the years to come,” Cavallucci concluded in a statement on Thursday.
According to the paper, after months of scheduled consultation meetings, an implementation plan will begin by October of this year.
More information on the consultation process, as well as further updates on the governing body’s plan, can be found here.