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Sutherland Shire Football Association Strategic Business Plan. Updated July 2010. Vision. Building healthy communities through sport. Scope.
Updated July 2010
Sutherland Shire Football Association (SSFA) was established in 1953 and since then has grown to be the largest grassroots Football association within Australia
The SSFA has over 17,500 members involved in all aspects of the sport, ranging from non competitive small sided football, competitive junior boys, junior girls, men’s and women’s. It is primarily funded through player fees with small amounts of corporate sponsorship.
The SSFA has affiliation with the Shire Referees Association (SSFRA), Futsal (SSFA) and Premier League club (Sutherland Sharks).
The SSFA is a member association of Football NSW (FNSW) and ultimately of Football Australia (FFA).
Sutherland Shire Football Association (SSFA) has 26 Member clubs covering the boundaries of the Shire involving 17500+ players
We hold games at 30 complexes over 70 separate playing fields.
We hold over 700 games each weekend for 18 rounds aggregating to over 12,000 games in the regular season
We have over 11000 junior players of which 3375 are junior girls. This represents 30% of our junior players and is growing each year.
SSFA has 5000 female players across all age groups. Girls and women represent 30%of our total player numbers.
We have another 200+ players in our representative teams
We have another 50+ players in our Football 4 All club Titans who address the need of children and adults with special needs
Our Association covers teams from U’6’s to over 45’s. The youngest players are 4 and our oldest over 60!
The influence effect of our player base at a multiplier of 3 = over 50000 people that have involvement as a player, parent, spectator or friend every week.
There is in excess of 2500 volunteers involved each week.
Administration / Coaching programs / Conference room
Development squads and coaching programs
Representative training and game days
Feature match days including finals
Football for all - Titans
Working with Clubs and council to ensure demand v supply managed
Working with Clubs and council to balance contributions
Improve utilisation from Grassroots – partnership
Support development and revenue options to assist funding of
successful Male and Female Premier League
Aim to utilise Sponsorship to drive growth of coaching and education programs through funding resources
Aim to utilise Sponsorship to reduce cost of representing the SSFA at elite levels
Ultimately reduce cost of participation to members through funding from alternate sources then SSFA feesCorporate engagement - Sponsors and partners