Football Brisbane aims to provide the best opportunity to our footballing community to participate in “The World Game”, now and in the future. As a result, Football Brisbane has created an alternative model for the structure and operation of Football in Queensland.
To facilitate an effective reform which provides benefits to all members, Football Brisbane believes multiple models should be considered, allowing for the positives and negatives of both models to be discussed. This was addressed by Football Brisbane Chairman Jeremy Medina in a letter to clubs. Read the full letter here.
An alternative model for the future of Football was presented to clubs, which Football Brisbane is seeking feedback for through a consultation process with clubs. Read the full Football Brisbane Future of Football proposed model here.
Football Brisbane will be hosting club meetings in May, which all clubs are invited to attend, to enable discussions around the proposed models. Read Jeremy’s letter to clubs here. In preparation, to ensure all parties have a greater understanding of the scenario, Football Brisbane sought legal advice which you can read here.
In response to recent communication from Football Queensland regarding community football, Football Brisbane Chairman Jeremy Medina addressed the administration of community football and invited clubs to have open discussions about the Future of Football. This can be read here.