Club Management

AFL Club ManagementA football club cannot run successfully without an effective management base, made of various roles. 

The majority of administrative work will be completed by your secretary, therefore it is important your secretary is competent enough to handle various administrative duties.

Meetings

Meetings are inevitable! A club will run more efficiently and be a greater positive experience if meetings are well run, focused on outcomes and give all attendees an equal voice. 

Footyweb

Footyweb is the AFL's national competition management system for all leagues and clubs, incorporating:

  • Fixtures, ladders, online results and clearances
  • Websites with full content management capabilities
  • Online registration and maintenance for NAB AFL Auskick participants, umpires, coaches and volunteers
  • Login to Footyweb

Help Topics

Club Planning: Plan for success with advice on how to prepare, create, develop and implement a successful management plan.

Risk Management: From creating a policy, to identifying, analysing and minimising risk, prepare your club to successfully manage potential risks.

Insurance: Be aware about the types of insurance your club will need as part of its risk management strategy.

Finance: Learn how to responsibly operate your club's finances, from the role of the treasurer to preparing budgets, reports, audits and taxes.

Marketing: Promote and grow your club with advice on basic marketing, attracting sponsors, grants, publicity and fundraising.

Green Clubs: Get your club accredited for being environmentally friendly

Download AFL Club Management Program Manuals:
Go to Quality Club Program Assessment
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