A new Central Coast Zone Advisory Committee has been elected following the Football Queensland Central Coast Extraordinary General Meeting held today, Saturday 27 November.
The election of the Zone Advisory Committee follows the adoption of the Future of Football 2020+ constitutional reforms at the Football Queensland EGM held in August.
“This is an extremely exciting time for our game as we see the implementation of the Future of Football 2020+ reforms ramp up across the state,” General Manager – Central Coast Region Andy Allan said.
“I’d like to take this opportunity to thank the members of our Central Coast football community for their feedback and input throughout the extensive consultation process, which has culminated in a strong vision and direction for the future of football in our region.
“An important part of the reform implementation process is the winding up of previous Zone entities and formation of Zone Advisory Committees, and on behalf of Football Queensland Central Coast I’d like to congratulate the newly-elected members who I’m confident will work hard to continue growing our game across the Central Coast.
“I’d also like to thank outgoing Football Central Queensland Board Member Jason Swanson for his contributions and wish him all the best for the future.
“2022 will be a hugely exciting year for our football family with the introduction of connected competitions across Queensland, providing brand new opportunities for aspirational clubs and players to progress.
“The implementation of these generational reforms will also see participants benefit from improved affordability as football in Queensland is united behind a modern, streamlined, efficient governance and administrative framework.”
Central Coast Zone Advisory Committee