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  1. Manchester County FA An introduction to the Whole Game System for Clubs

  2. League Workshop • Welcome and thank you for attending • Housekeeping • Start of a journey • To maximise the benefits of The Whole Game System, County FA, leagues and clubs need to work together

  3. Running Order The Whole Game System Impact on your Club Integration with Full Time Training and Support What does your Club need to do to prepare? Next Steps

  4. Agenda What is the Whole Game System? How will it benefit my league? When will The Whole Game System be delivered? Planning for The Whole Game System Open Forum 1. What is The Whole Game System?

  5. A fully integrated administration system that brings • together and enhances the current functionality • of Members’ Services and County FA systems • The System will provide a 24/7 one-stop administration function • for all grassroots participants • Incorporates a 24/7 secure payment system • Accessed through MyFootball page on your County FA website or • via TheFA.com • Direct link between leagues, clubs and the County FA The Whole Game System

  6. The Whole Game System MyFootballPortal Accessed through TheFA.com or CFA website Using FAN or Email address/password - Entry point for all leagues, clubs, players, referees and other volunteers MOAS Will feed match official information into Whole Game Full Time Those leagues using Full Time will be able to manage league, cup , discipline records through Whole Game CFA staff create registration, affiliation and sanctioning forms Invite clubs and leagues to affiliate/sanction and referees to register • Whole Game System • Single point of administration • Affiliation and sanctioning • Referee registrations • Player Registrations • Discipline • Finance

  7. League and club officials increasingly comfortable with online • processes outside of football • Integrated system will be more efficient and effective for • the game’s 400,000 volunteers • We recognise the outstanding contribution made by league • and club officials and seeks to improve their experience • Online processes reduce costs for leagues and clubs • The need to develop a central robust transparent system to administrate football for years to come. Why is The Whole Game System being introduced?

  8. Clubs Processes ‘As Is’ compared to ‘Will Be’

  9. Pitch Finder

  10. Take a few minutes to consider the following questions; • How would an integrated online administration benefit your Club? • Which volunteers in your Club would benefit from such a system? Benefits to your Club

  11. Benefits to your Clubs Online player registration Online discipline processes Easy communication with Leagues and MCFA Online Club Affiliation / Membership Online Charter Standard process Manage Club Official Data online 24/7 real time On-line Payments 24/7

  12. Late June 2013 Who in my Club will see the benefits?

  13. Agenda What is the Whole Game System? How will it benefit my league? When will The Whole Game System be delivered? Planning for The Whole Game System Open Forum 2. Timeline and Impact

  14. Late June 2013 The Whole Game System - Delivery Timetable

  15. Late June 2013 The Whole Game System – Delivery Impact

  16. The Whole Game System – Delivery Impact

  17. Late June 2013 The Whole Game System – Delivery Impact

  18. Late June 2013 The Whole Game System – Delivery Impact

  19. Agenda What is the Whole Game System? How will it benefit my league? When will The Whole Game System be delivered? Planning for The Whole Game System Open Forum 3. Integration with Full Time

  20. Whole Game System integration with Full-Time will allow all data to be • shared across the game • The Whole Game System will be integrated with Full-Time in June 2013 • offering significant advantages to the 700 leagues currently using it • Leagues not using Full-Time have time to reflect on how The Whole • Game System and Full-Time can improve the efficiency of their League Integration with Full-Time

  21. Agenda What is the Whole Game System? How will it benefit my league? When will The Whole Game System be delivered? Planning for The Whole Game System Open Forum 4. Training and Support

  22. Most importantly Manchester FA will offer a bespoke service to meet the • needs of our Clubs. We will personally assist (On-site) you as our Member Clubs • in the use of the new system for 2013/14. • Customer interface (MyFootball Portal) designed to be as • easy for customer to use as possible • Online training functions to be provided by The FA/County FA • To include video, PDF, and FAQs • Additional support such as training workshops may be offered by • County FAs as required • Support will continue throughout various phases of delivery Training, Support and Communication

  23. Agenda What is the Whole Game System? How will it benefit my league? When will The Whole Game System be delivered? Planning for The Whole Game System Open Forum 5. Preparing your Club for The Whole Game System

  24. In groups to consider what actions your Club will need to take to; • Ensure that The Whole Game System is successfully delivered • into your Club. • Ensure that your Club maximises the benefits offered by • The Whole Game System. Preparing Your Club for Whole Game

  25. Work with County FA colleagues • Engage with Club colleagues and League officials • Consider who will require access to The Whole Game System - • encourage onto Members’ Services in short term? • Actively participate in training initiatives – either online or in • provided by County FA • Support the Leagues in reviewing their Sanctioning processes and development of SCOR. • MCFA to support Clubs and Leagues in reviewing their player registration processes. • Get those Leagues not using Full Time to consider using Full Time. To ensure successful delivery we will all need to..

  26. Agenda What is the Whole Game System? How will it benefit my league? When will The Whole Game System be delivered? Planning for The Whole Game System Open Forum 6. Next Steps

  27. County FA and The FA committed to supporting Clubs and their Volunteers through delivery of The Whole Game System. • MCFA team to attend (if required) Club Management Committee Meetings. • MCFA team to attend League Meetings and present and discuss key issues and solutions. • Agree timescales and how we will ‘Roll Out’ to Clubs, communicate this to Clubs and Leagues. • To communicate our 2013/14 Membership Offer to Clubs and Leagues. • The Whole Game System is a fundamental change in the administration • of grassroots football – there may be minor irritations ahead, but once the system has bedded in the benefits to all concerned will be far-reaching. Next Steps