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Female Football Week National Community Awards 2018

April 05, 2018 By: Penny Category: Football West

Football West would like your input in the rebel Female Football Week National Community Awards nomination process, so we invite you to nominate someone for each of the award categories.
The rebel Female Football Week National Community Awards 2018acknowledge the important role women play in developing football in Australia. Each Member Federation has the opportunity to nominate a Female Player of the Year, Female Coach of the Year, Female Administrator of the Year, Female Referee of the Year and a Male Champion of the Year.

A panel including members from Football Federation Australia and supporting partners will review the nominations from each state and determine the award winners. There will be one winner per category and each will receive a prize.

The award winners will be announced during rebel Female Football Week, which runs from March 4 to 10, 2018.

Nomination Link: http://footballwest.com.au/rebel-female-football-week-nati…/

Annie Leyland
Football West | Development Officer

What is rebel Female Football Week?

rebel Female Football Week (FFW) was originally established by Football Member Federations in 2014 with the aim to shine the spotlight on girl’s and women in football and grow female participation at the grassroots level

rebel FFW has evolved into a nationwide initiative whereby all stakeholders, both grassroots and professional, work towards making the game a more inclusive sport for females

rebel FFW provides football stakeholders with a platform to spark discussions around gender equality and to amplify new and existing female specific programs and events to ensure we remove the barriers to entry for women and girls

Females make up 50% of the population, it is footballs long term vision to have this gender split reflected in our sport at all areas of the game. rebel FFW presents an opportunity for football to review current practices and ensure they are designed to increase and retain female players, administrators, coaches, referees and fans

Lastly, rebel FFW provides football with an opportunity to recognise the amazing achievements of women and girls in football. Additionally, women’s football has grown from strength to strength over the years, it’s the perfect time to celebrate the fantastic progress that’s been made in this space

For more information on rebel Female Football Week and its’ ambassadors click here

https://www.playfootball.com.au/sites/play/files/2018-02/rebel_Female%20Football%20Week_2018.pdf

Football West Womens Competition structure for 2018

April 05, 2018 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard, Competitions, Football West

The word is that Football West have endorsed
1. Premier League with substitution
2. Reserve league with interchange
3. State League with no reserves
4. Promotion and relegation and playoff system will apply for team interchanging between the two leagues
5. No new teams can directly enter the Premier League without first being promoted via the State League
6. North and South divisions below the top two tiers

Great work Womens Standing Committee to put this proposal forward and good on you Football West for implementing it!

Your thoughts?

Has your club been informed by Football West yet?

Football West Women’s Premier League Best & Fairest Votes First Team 2017

April 04, 2018 By: Penny Category: Football West, Trophy winners

http://footballwest.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Womens-State-League-Premier.pdf

Name Club Total Katarina Jukic Queens Park 21 Ellie La Monte Balcatta 20 Abbey Meakins NTC Women 20 Christiane Astorp Balcatta 15 Epril Nossent Bassendean 15 Tia Stonehill Queens Park 12 Demi Vance Northern Redbacks 11 Jessica Valenti Beckenham Angels 10 Casey Soffe Bassendean 9 Bethany Worth Beckenham Angels 9 Stephanie Simmonds East Fremantle 9 Megan Miller Northern Redbacks 9 Natasha Rigby Queens Park 9 Renee Leota Northern Redbacks 8 Rebecca Di Carlo Queens Park 8 Gabrielle Dal Busco Balcatta 7 Emma Gautrey East Fremantle 7 Mikayla Lyons East Fremantle 7 Kim Carroll Northern Redbacks 7 Courtney Owen Queens Park 7 Chelsie Winchcombe Balcatta 6 Audrey Moore Beckenham Angels 6 Eleanor Blackmore Northern Redbacks 6 Carla Bennett Northern Redbacks 6 Heather Bishop Bassendean 5 Kelly Jarden Bassendean 5 Rachel Withoos East Fremantle 5 Piper Boobyer Northern Redbacks 5 Liana Cook NTC Women 5 Georgia Ireland NTC Women 5 Nicole Campbell Queens Park 5 Sadie Lawrence Queens Park 5 Jessica Lindquist Beckenham Angels 4 Laura St Ruth Beckenham Angels 4 Jessica Wheatman Northern Redbacks 4 Larissa Walsh Northern Redbacks 4 Elisa D’Ovidio Northern Redbacks 4 Alexia Moreno NTC Women 4 Leticia McKenna NTC Women 4 Jamie-Lee Gale Queens Park 4 Ashleigh Panaia Balcatta 3 Nadia Harvey Balcatta 3 Lindsay Roe Bassendean 3 Peta Hayward Bassendean 3 Tiana Botha Beckenham Angels 3 Alexandra Foster East Fremantle 3 Aija Bent-Trinder East Fremantle 3 Zoe Andrijich East Fremantle 3 Kate Thayer East Fremantle 3 Lauren Riley Northern Redbacks 3 Shannon May Queens Park 3 Katie Schubert Queens Park 3 Ashlee Byrne Bassendean 2 Jaqueline McLernon East Fremantle 2 Shawn Billam Northern Redbacks 2 Lauren Blizzard Northern Redbacks 2 Rosie LeHene NTC Women 2 Angelique Stannett Queens Park 2 Brittany Woodfin Queens Park 2 Courtney Vierra Balcatta 1 Monique Godding Balcatta 1 Tyra Fynn Balcatta 1 Laura Waltman East Fremantle 1 Chelsea Johnstone East Fremantle 1 Kelsey Lyons East Fremantle 1 Stefani Grdjan East Fremantle 1 Evie Marchetti East Fremantle 1 Astler Mulu Northern Redbacks 1 Izzy Foletta NTC Women 1 Georgia Conley NTC Women 1 Rebecca Bennett Queens Park 1

Competition Rules 2018

April 04, 2018 By: Penny Category: Competitions, Football West

 
Ahead of the 2018 competition season, Football West is undertaking a comprehensive review of all competition rules.

Should you wish to have a competition rule reviewed, please complete this form by 5pm, Thursday, November 30, 2017.

All feedback will be presented to the relevant Standing Committee that oversees the competition and proposed changes will be reviewed in conjunction with Football West.

All changes implemented for 2018 will be communicated to clubs and made available on the Football West website.

If you have any queries, please contact info@footballwest.com.au.

Football West Premier League Fairest and Best Votes as at November 2017

March 06, 2018 By: Penny Category: Trophy winners

Womens-State-League-Premier F&B Nov 2017

Football West Premier League Table May 2017

March 06, 2018 By: Penny Category: Competitions

Football West Premier Womens League Table May 2017

Football West Premier Womens League Table May 2017

Football West Survey May 10

June 11, 2017 By: Penny Category: Football West

Dear female football players,

Football West is conducting a comprehensive study into the demographics of participants and their satisfaction with football in Western Australia. Results of the study will help shape the future of the game.

Female football participants are an important part of the game and your responses will be invaluable to the future of WA football.

As Women’s Development Manager at Football West, I invite you to be involved in this project by filling out the football player survey or the parent of a junior player survey.

You can also fill out any other surveys that apply to you, such as the overall satisfaction survey and the football fan survey. The more responses you provide, the more impact your voice will have.

Your responses will remain anonymous but will be invaluable to the future of WA football.

If you have any questions about the survey, please email media@footballwest.com.au with the word “SURVEY” in the subject field.

Kind Regards
Sam Watkins
Football West | Women’s Development Manager

Football West Survey

June 11, 2017 By: Penny Category: Hall of Fame

Football West is conducting a comprehensive study into the demographics of participants and their satisfaction with football in Western Australia. Results of the study will help shape the future of the game.

Female football participants are an important part of the game and your responses will be invaluable to the future of WA football.

As Women’s Development Manager at Football West, I invite you to be involved in this project by filling out the football player survey or the parent of junior football player survey.

You can also fill out any other surveys that apply to you, such as the overall satisfaction survey and the football fan survey. The more responses you provide, the more impact your voice will have.
Your responses will remain anonymous but will be invaluable to the future of WA football.
If you have any questions about the survey, please email media@footballwest.com.au with the word “SURVEY” in the subject field.
Kind Regards

Sam Watkins
Football West | Women’s Development Manager
PO Box 214, Maylands WA 6931 | Unit 94, 262 Lord Street, Perth WA 6000
T | 08 6181 0700

Help Us Shape Your Game

June 11, 2017 By: Penny Category: Football West

Football West has launched an unprecedented study into the demographics of participants and their satisfaction with football in Western Australia to help shape the future of the game.
 
Through a series of surveys, delivered via www.footballwest.com.au/have-your-say, the Insights Project will allow Football West to collect a comprehensive data set about football fans, players, parents, club volunteers, referees and coaches.
 
As the sport’s governing body in WA, Football West will use the data collected through the first study of its kind to build a picture of the football community and implement widespread improvements to its programs and competitions.
 
Chief Executive Officer James Curtis, who was appointed in July 2016, said the Insights Project was crucial in assisting Football West in improving its services.
 
“This is a critical time for football in Western Australia with more people involved in the game than ever before,” Curtis said.
 
“The incredible growth of the game also creates challenges that we, as an organisation, must be able to meet to ensure we continue to deliver to participants.
 
“The feedback we will collect through the Insights Project will allow us to make important, informed decisions for the betterment of the game in the near, medium and long-term future.”
 
Football is the most-played team sport in Australia and has grown significantly in WA since the game’s various groups were united under the Football West banner in 2004.
 
It has experienced 63% growth in the past 12 years with an estimated state-wide participation of around 230,000. Football West directly engaged with 44,000 registered players in 2016.
 
Football West’s initial surveys target different aspects of the football community, specifically:
 
    • Club volunteers
    • Football fans
    • Players
    • Parents of players
    • Coaches
    • Referees
 
These surveys will form a baseline for more targeted surveying that will be conducted soon as part of Football West’s strategic approach to improving the game.
 
Football participants not registered with Football West are also encouraged to participate by completing the Overall Satisfaction Survey.
 
Have your say in the future of football at www.footballwest.com.au/have-your-say.

FOOTBALL WEST NPL REVIEW

May 24, 2017 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard, Competitions

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Football West has instigated a review of the NPL junior and senior competitions, to be facilitated by independent consultants, that will establish a framework for the next five years.

You can have your say in the future of the NPL by completing a survey here, expressing an interest in attending one of the workshops below, or by providing feedback via npl@footballwest.com.au.

The workshop titles listed below relate to the targeted interest group. Please select the workshop that most relates to the area of football you have most involvement.

Please note that venues, times and dates are subject to change, depending on the number of requests to attend the workshops.

Football West is also developing a survey that will published online soon. Registered players, coaches and referees will receive the survey via email. Alternatively, you can return to this page to access the survey.

WORKSHOPS

NPL senior and junior clubs – Monday, March 27
Gibbney Reserve, Maylands (6.30pm – 8.30pm)

Junior clubs – Tuesday, March 28
Gibbney Reserve, Maylands (6.30pm – 8.30pm)

State League clubs – Monday, April 3
Gibbney Reserve, Maylands (6.30pm – 8.30pm)

Amateur clubs – Wednesday, April 5
Gibbney Reserve, Maylands (6.30pm – 8.30pm)

Senior players – Friday, April 7
Gibbney Reserve, Maylands (6.30pm – 8.30pm)

Women’s clubs – Monday, April 10
Gibbney Reserve, Maylands (6.30pm – 8.30pm)

Referees – Tuesday, April 18
Football West HQ, Perth (6.30pm – 8.30pm)

Coaches – Wednesday, April 19
Gibbney Reserve, Maylands (6.30pm – 8.30pm)

Parents and junior players – Saturday, April 22
Football West HQ, Perth (9am – 11am)

Open Forum – Saturday, April 29
Football West HQ, Perth (9am – 11am)