Take the National Club Identity Policy (NCIP) Survey

November 13th, 2018

Football Federation Australia (FFA) has announced that with the review of the National Club Identity Policy (NCIP) underway, it now invites interested members of the football community to provide their feedback on the Policy via an online survey.

FFA Chief Executive David Gallop said the time is right for a review of the Policy, first introduced in 2014, and looks forward to hearing what the football family has to say.

“Over the past four years the football landscape has changed and with the establishment of the FFA Cup, there has been some debate arising from the application of the NCIP at competition level, and around its general effectiveness.”

“We are consulting directly with key stakeholder groups including the Member Federations, Hyundai A-League & Westfield W-League clubs, Professional Footballers Australia and Association of Australian Football Clubs, but also wanted to open up the forum to anyone involved in football, be that as a player, referee, coach, volunteer, sponsor or fan.”

A link to the Survey and the Terms of Reference can be found at http://www.ffa.com.au/NCIP-review and the Survey will remain open for completion until 14 December 2018.

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