Australia’s football community are invited to begin submitting their feedback to FFA’s ‘XI Principles for the future of Australian Football’ discussion paper.
Over the next eleven days, Football Federation Australia (FFA) will release a series of online surveys to enable the football community to provide their views on the principles listed in the ‘living document’.
The ‘XI Principles for the future of Australian football’, are a collection of principles which have been developed based on feedback received over the course of this year from across the football ecosystem." - James Johnson
The surveys will enable FFA to capture key trends, and consider what consensus exists among the community regarding the game’s big issues.
Each survey will remain open through to close of business on Friday, 31 July 2020, with the data gathered to help FFA make some important decisions for the game over the coming months, and evolve the document.
The surveys will be released daily, please click below to access the latest survey.
- Principle I - National Identity
- Principle II - Resetting the Australian football narrative
- Principle III - Stimulating the growth of the Australian football economy
- Principle IV - Reset and rebuild Australian football products
- Principle V - More football, more often: increasing match minutes for youth players and improving the player pathway
- Principle VI - Create world class environments for coach development
- Principle VII - A whole of football approach to protecting and enhancing the game through modern, efficient, and effective governance
- Principle VIII - A new model for FFA and the Professional Leagues
- Principle IX - Reducing the cost of football and securing the future of the game
- Principle X - Australia to become the centre of Women’s football in the Asia-Pacific region
- Principle XI - Transforming our National Teams into uniquely iconic brands