Football NSW is the governing body for Association Football and Futsal in New South Wales (except for the northern regions which are governed by Northern NSW Football) and is a member of the national governing body, Football Australia (FA).
With over 230,000 registered players, Football NSW is the largest member federation in Australia and the largest State Sporting Organisation. Football NSW governs 32 member-associations and runs several elite semi-professional competitions that are just below the top tier of professional football in Australia, the A-League.
The headquarters of Football NSW are located at Valentine Sport Park. In addition to housing Football NSW staff offices, the venue includes 5 playing fields, lecture rooms, indoor sports hall and 20 metre indoor pool.
Below are the list of positions currently available at Football NSW. For positions available at Association or Club level, click here.
Regional Development Officers
As a Regional Football Development Officer, you’ll be at the forefront of football growth in your region, driving coach education, grassroots player development, and club support initiatives.
FNSW Referees Branch Coordinator
The Football NSW Referees Branch Coordinator will be responsible for membership support of the FNSW Referees Branch. This role will ensure the efficient and effective administration, membership support and servicing to deliver a high-quality experience for our membership.
Casual Community Football Referees Development Officer (multiple positions available)
The role of the Community Football Referees Development Officer is to assist the Community Football Referees Coordinator in supporting referee branches with the training and development of community match officials.
Game Development Officer
Game Development Officers at Football NSW help deliver a variety of programs through schools, community engagement activities and Football NSW events, including Female Football Week and football4all Gala Day.
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