The NSW Futsal Association is proud to announce that a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been signed with Football NSW.
In signing the MOU at Dee Why, Football NSW Chief Executive officer, Mr Eddie Moore was looking forward to the commitment which will see Futsal further develop as a sport on the continual rise.
“The signing of this agreement is testimony to the progress of futsal and Football NSW’s desire and commitment to continue to grow and develop the sport going forward.
“Football NSW is excited to work with the existing grassroots centres and the NSW Futsal centres to continue to grow the Futsal community.
“Further initiatives to develop facilities, competition structures, elite player pathways and connection with schools will be rolled out for the upcoming season”.
President of NSW Futsal, Mr Mario Mesite was delighted with the news and its new venture with Football NSW.
“The NSW Futsal Association is proud to declare its affiliation with Football NSW.
“With its focus on grass roots, NSW Futsal will bring 8,500 players from ten affiliates across 20 venues to the Football NSW membership to further unite the sport.
“We look forward to working with Football NSW to continue to enhance the development of grass roots Futsal.
“Through the first twelve months of our MOU, NSW Futsal will continue to deliver its programs to its affiliates and assist with transitional changes under the new governing body.
“Our member affiliates are delighted with the move to unite the sport and we all look forward to contributing to the growth of Futsal in NSW”.
Mr Frank Rossi, Chairman of the Football NSW Futsal Standing Committee saw this agreement as a step in the right direction for the sport of Futsal.
“Congratulations to everyone for achieving this positive development for Futsal in NSW and we look forward to welcoming the NSW Futsal Association players, administrators and local venues as Futsal continues to be the fastest growing Indoor sport.”