FFA Concussion Policy
injuries in sport. We have attached an important document prepared by Football Federation Australia on
this subject which will be of interest to all of your club officials, medical staff and players.
Please feel free to distribute to all and/or establish a link on your websites.
The link on FFA website is
AFC Cup Volunteer Roles
A huge number of volunteers are needed to run these events and our football community has an
opportunity to be part of one of the largest sporting tournaments in the world.
There will be a wide variety of roles available to volunteers across multiple areas, each requiring different
skills, knowledge and experience. These areas include:
- Information, Technology and Communication
- Media Operations
- Medical Services & Doping Control
- Training Sites
- Travel and Accommodation Services
- Venue Operations
passionate about football to sign-up to be part of this once-in-a-generation opportunity.
Applications are now open!
For all the details head to http://www.afcasiancup.com/volunteering
Coach and Referee Accreditation Details in MyFootballClub
community or advanced pathway FFA accredited coaching course) your details have always been
maintained in the National Coaches system.
Early this year the FFA started the process of moving these details into the My Football Club database.
Therefore all of your Coaching, Referee, Player details etc can be found via one unique number – your 8
digit FFA number. This process has been evolving over the last couple of months and the FFA have
advised we are almost there.
If you attended a coaching course prior to December 2013, your details will already have been updated.
This means you can check your qualification data and reprint a copy of any of your certificates provided
they are still current.
If you have attended a course since the 1st
January 2014, your details may not yet have been merged,
however, it should be available within the next week or so. Once the data merge has been finalised
Football Queensland will be contacting you via email with details on how to check your details and print
If you have any further queries go to the Myfootball club website or contact
email@example.com for assistance.
Photo ID Required for players involved in any game from U12 upwards
attached to their ‘My Football Club’ record.
Clubs can run a report within My Football Club to identify those players who do not have a photograph
attached and should work quickly to complete this requirement before competition begins.
While Football Brisbane would prefer all age groups from U6 up to have identification, we will not be
enforcing this requirement for the U6 to U10 age groups this year. However, as it is possible for U11
players to be borrowed into U12 competitions, these players will require the Photo ID.
Clubs are then able to produce the Team sheet for their appropriate team and provide it to the Team
Manager for match days. All Clubs have been provided with this process previously, but it will be placed
on the Football Brisbane Website shortly.