Football Queensland (FQ) has announced an upgrade to their Club Support Hub so that it’s more tailored for clubs and volunteers across the state.
The Hub provides a go-to destination for club administrators to access important resources, guides and assistance with club processes and procedures.
“Football Queensland is proud to strengthen our support of the dedicated volunteers in our game by making it even easier for clubs to download resources and guides from FQ’s Club Support Hub,” FQ President Ben Richardson said.
“A valuable asset for clubs across Queensland, the Club Support Hub is a fantastic example of FQ’s commitment to investing in resources to make the job easier for the volunteers who run our clubs, as outlined in our Strategic Plan.”
Focussing on five key areas, the Club Support Hub is a vital place for up-to-date information on administration, digital & media, coaching, women & girls and the facilities hub. It ensures the future of football is well supported for community participation.
“Launched in January, Football Queensland’s Club Support Hub has proven hugely popular amongst our clubs with over 2,800 views of the webpage,” FQ CEO Robert Cavallucci said.
“Clubs have taken full advantage of FQ’s free graphic design support, with club-specific Play Football graphics created for 30 clubs across all 10 zones in recent months and 160 clubs currently accessing graphic design templates and resources through FQ’s Club Marketing Portal.
“Clubs are also downloading FQ’s Club Marketing Guide, Play Football Retention and Recruitment Guides for advice on retaining members, growing their participation base and creating a presence within the local community.
“Since its initial launch, the Club Support Hub has been upgraded with a new layout focused on five key areas; administration, digital and media, coaching, women and girls, and the Facilities Hub, making it easier to navigate for club volunteers looking for specific resources.
“A host of new club support guides have also been added to the Hub in recent weeks, including a Club Coach Coordinator Guide and Blue Card Club Guide. A range of new SAP Community Club resources have also been designed to assist clubs in delivering high-quality participation experiences.
“Football Queensland is proud to be providing this unprecedented level of support to our clubs and volunteers across the state, and we encourage clubs at all levels of the game to visit the Club Support Hub to access the extensive suite of resources on offer.”
The Club Support Hub can be viewed here.