Governance Scottish FA Board Professional Game Board Non Professional Game Board Regional Committees
Our mission & core purpose The Scottish FA leads the national game with integrity and innovation to foster a culture of performance, unity and trust.
Our values –Trust : We are open, honest, and trusted to do the right thing in a manner that reflects the highest standard of integrity –Positive: We are dynamic, enthusiastic and proactive in delivering the highest standards of performance –Professional: We act in a businesslike, responsive and correct manner –Respectful: We involve and listen, treating everyone in a considerate and dignified manner –Unified: We work together as one team, acting in an equitable and inclusive manner –Passionate: We are excited and enthused by all that we do –Ambitious: We are driven and committed to excel in all aspects of quality and service
Our Mission The Scottish FA leads the national game with integrity and innovation to foster a culture of performance, unity and trust Perform and Win Strong, Quality Growth Respected and Trusted to Lead Better Financial Returns Scottish FA Scoreboard Strategic GoalsOur Mission The Scottish FAs Strategic Framework
Delivering strong, quality growth Double the number of registered players in recreational football (65,000 to 130,000 players) Board External Partners Level 1 Management Level 3 New National Game Operational Structure & Strategy Improved Facilities 10,000 hour 9-12 Development Centres or Performance Coaches Updated Coach Education (Children and Youth) Stronger Clubs and more players Diversity initiatives One National plan for the recreational game More attractive, modern game for all participants More talented young players Board, CMG Level 2 Sustainable participation in our game Developing our Game (New Season rollout) Improved Recreational Referee Development More Volunteers and Coaches Stronger Regions A vibrant Marketing / Recruitment campaign A new National Football Admin System Referee Appreciation Campaign + PCS
Staff Structure – Football Development Director Jim Fleeting Andy Gould Head of Regional Development Donald Gillies Project Manager CashBack Neil Mackintosh Head of Youth Stuart Sharp Disability Football Donald Park Head of Coach Education Ray McKinnon Technical Assistant Sheila Begbie Head of Girls/Womens Football Tom Docherty Head of National Youth Project
Scottish FA Regional Structure Angus Dundee City Fife Perth & Kinross Clackmannanshire East Dunbartonshire Falkirk North Lanarkshire Stirling West Dunbartonshire Argyll & Bute East Renfrewshire Inverclyde Glasgow Renfrewshire Aberdeen City Aberdeenshire Moray Highlands & islands Orkney Isles Shetland Isles Western Isles Borders Edinburgh East Lothian Mid Lothian West Lothian Dumfries & Galloway East Ayrshire North Ayrshire South Ayrshire South Lanarkshire
Scottish FA Regional Structure SFA Regional Manager SFA Girls & Womens Football Development Officer Office & Events Coordinator Local Authority Football Development Staff SFA Player & Volunteer Development Officer SFA Club Development Manager Football Development
Scottish FA Regional Staff Club Development Player Pathway Coach Education & Training Player Development Volunteer Recruitment Facilities Community Partners – A.N.As, Local Authorities, Senior Clubs, Grassroots Clubs (Regional Committee) Scottish FA Pillars of Work Cashback – Diversionary Football
Club Development Quality Mark Club Accreditation Increase participation Build capacity Community Clubs Pathways for all players Identification of key people, clubs, associations as drivers the guys who get things done Development of positive culture in clubs Access to 262 clubs and the majority of youth football players Expand to support Adult game
Scottish Schools FA Scottish Youth FA Recreational 5s Futsal Scottish Amateur FA Scottish Junior FA Scottish Womens Football Community Football Ethnic Leagues Scottish Universities Scottish Colleges Veterans Leagues Scouts/ Boys Brigade AFFILIATEDNON-AFFILIATED Scottish Welfare FA South of Scotland East of Scotland
Working with YOU Being part of a more united approach Support for 6 Scottish F.A. Regional Committees –the right people at the table Quality Mark Club Accreditation –Stronger Clubs –More Players –Better Coaches
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