Football Queensland’s Skill Acquisition Phase Community Club (SAPCC) initiative has garnered significant interest from clubs across the sunshine state.
The program launched earlier this year, in what was a boost for young participants all over Queensland.
“Football Queensland is delighted to be offering SAP Community Club resources to all clubs state-wide, reflecting our Strategic Plan commitment to strengthening our support of volunteers, participants and clubs,” FQ CEO Robert Cavallucci said.
“We have received a fantastic response to the SAPCC initiative. From Edge Hill United in Cairns to Bingera FC in Bundaberg, to Mackay Wanderers and the Stanthorpe United Redbacks we have 63 community clubs from across the state seeking access to the new coaching resource, which has been designed by FQ to provide ongoing assistance to develop community clubs around the state.”
“SAPCC clubs are provided free coaching collateral including training cycles and session plans by Football Queensland, equipping clubs with the tools to deliver quality Skill Acquisition Phase training sessions which nurture key technical skills in players,” FQ State Technical Director Gabor Ganczer said.
“The launch of the SAPCC initiative follows FQ’s drive to implement a range of new club support measures including the suite of resources housed on the Club Support Hub and Facilities Hub as we focus on strengthening the support of our dedicated volunteers around the state.
“The delivery of SAPCC resources will ensure our Queensland participants in the nine to 12 age groups are able to access the best possible development opportunities.
“FQ’s SAPCC initiative will also help to create positive learning environments for junior participants at clubs across all levels of our game as we work to strengthen the quality of clubs around Queensland.”
More information on the SAPCC initative can be viewed here.