North West Sydney Football views the National Club Development Program (NCDP) as one of the keys to success
West Ryde Rovers FC, Ryde Saints United FC and Epping FC are the first Clubs within North West Sydney Football to complete the NCDP and have shown their commitment to planning for the future.
All NWSF Clubs are encouraged to complete the program, with a view to helping themselves improve and raising standards across the Association. This will quantify what we do well and areas that could be improved for the benefit of all members within the Association.
Chief Executive Officer, Jeremy Toivonen stated that “All Clubs are encouraged to complete the Program not only to receive official recognition for their countless hours of hard work, but also, help the Association look at strategic ways to provide support to all clubs.”
“The NCDP will help quantify the areas and we can look at collectively to maintain or raise the standard of services currently provided to all member going forward.”
“This process will aim to focus on the retention of our members rather than the usual focus on recruitment."
Clubs are encouraged go to https://www.playfootball.com.au/ncdp and to contact Jeremy Toivonen directly for further information – Jeremy.email@example.com
The NCDP aims to raise the overall standard of club administration and operations at all levels of the game, Football Australia has established the National Club Development Program (NCDP) providing a clear model to develop and maintain a successful football club.
The NCDP is expected to achieve the following objectives from a Club and Association perspective:
North West Sydney Football (NWSF) is pleased to announce that David Cooper, currently on its Football Management Committee, has been appointed as its new Competition Manager.
David comes to the Association with extensive football related administrative service at Soccer Australia, Football NSW and decades of volunteer experience at NWSF and local Club level.
Chief Executive Officer, Jeremy Toivonen stated that “Dave’s drive for our game to reach its well-deserved heights, is unwavering.”
“His previous experience at all levels of the football family and his passion for grassroots football within our North West footprint, will undoubtable make him a key asset to the team and all NWSF Clubs.”
David Cooper was ecstatic with the appointment to the role and added that "I am extremely honoured to be able to represent North West Sydney Football in this challenging and exciting role.”
"Grassroots football is the heart and soul of this great game and I can't think of a better organisation to be a part of and also a terrific group of clubs to work alongside.
"North West Sydney Football is in its infancy as an association and I look forward to helping our clubs and players to achieve success at all levels, both on and off the field."
David will commence the new role on 5 November 2021.