Last week we held the first of two Strategy Consultation Events, as we seek to canvas feedback from across the county to help form our strategy going forwards.
Held at Horam Park Golf Club, the event saw stakeholders from across Sussex football come together to give their thoughts on a number of important topics around the future of the beautiful game.
We are currently in the process of creating our grassroots football strategy for the next five years, and as such, these events are vital as we seek to understand the views of the Sussex football community.
The event was the first of two that are taking place this month, with the next taking place on Wednesday 17 January 2024 at Forest School, Comptons Lane, Horsham, RH13 5NT.
Doors will open at 6:30pm for a 7:00pm start and close at 9:30pm, with informal discussions until 10:00pm. The events will be facilitated by members of our Senior Management Team and Board of Directors.
Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If you would like to attend one of these events, please indicate your intention to do so by completing the form below.
To help the event run smoothly may we also ask attendees look at the questions below and select the topic which is the most important, and complete the form below indicating the selected topic.
Other topics that will be discussed include: behaviour; volunteers & workforce and what support do you need from the CFA?
Clubs of the Future
Q1: What would you like your club to be, that it currently isn’t?
Q2: What is currently in the way of stopping your club achieving its ambition?
Q3: How could The FA and others support you to realise your club ambition?
Q1: How can we maximise the activity levels, numbers of touches, actions and decisions for every player when playing the game?
Q2: How do we create an environment to ensure more children try football, enjoy football and continue to play football?
Q3: How many priorities differ for girls, boys and disability football?
Q1: What challenges do adults face when trying to start, or get back, to playing football?
Q2: Are there particular formats of the game that require specific attention?
Q3: How many priorities differ across different player pathways (male, female& disability)?
Q1: Where do we need to give the most attention to ensure football is inclusive?
Q2: Who are the most important stakeholders and what kind of interventions do they need?
Q3: What are the types of behaviour we need to address?
STRATEGY CONSULTATION EXPRESSION OF INTEREST TO ATTEND FORM
Please note that the deadline to declare interest in attending is Tuesday 16 January at 12 noon.
For further information about the consultation and our strategy please contact Projects:
T: 01903 753547 (Option 6)