Teaming up to improve the game
SUFFOLK County Football Association has joined forces with Ipswich Town Football Club for a comprehensive consultancy scheme.The SCFA will consult with Ipswich Town as part of plans to re-structure The Suffolk Football Plan, which evolved from the FA National Game Strategy (2008-2012).
SUFFOLK County Football Association has joined forces with Ipswich Town Football Club for a comprehensive consultancy scheme.
The SCFA will consult with Ipswich Town as part of plans to re-structure The Suffolk Football Plan, which evolved from the FA National Game Strategy (2008-2012).
The partnership was launched at Ipswich Town's Galleria restaurant on Portman Road, and included Ipswich Town Chairman David Sheepshanks as a guest speaker.
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The process allows staff and volunteers involved in local football to take part in interactive consultation sessions. The aims of this partnership are to increase player participation, create safer environments, improve the development of young players and govern the game more efficiently.
This is hoped to be achieved through staff training, an improvement of facilities and marketing campaigns.
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The Suffolk FA hopes that this scheme will allow everyone involved in local football to improve their skills and have their say, thus improving local football.