2016 National Premier League Seminar

February 17th, 2016

With the 2016 Play Station 4 National Premier League (NPL) approaching, Northern New South Wales Football’s (NNSWF) Senior Officer of Premier Club Development and Compliance, Gary Fisher and Football Operations Manager, Alan Nisbet, took the opportunity to meet with representatives of all of the Play Station 4 NPL clubs in the 2016 competition as well as the Newcastle Jets on the weekend.

 

The seminar was also presented by Football Federation Australia’s Mal Impiombato, General Manager of the Westfield FFA Cup and Play Station 4 NPL and Nathan Kosima, Operations Coordinator of the Westfield FFA Cup and Play Station 4 NPL who brought further insight on the regulations and requirements for the competition. Other speakers on the day were Rodney Allen State NNSWF State League Branch Coach and Josh Mason Managing Director of Bar TV who delivered a presentation on an enhanced package of match coverage in season 2016.

 

The purpose of the seminar was to deliver information on support and services to the clubs for the season ahead. This included presentations on Team Officials’ roles, responsibilities and accreditation, the Player Points System, media and marketing support for the competition, NNSWF State League Referees and the competition structure.

 

The 2016 Play Station 4 NPL season kicks off on Saturday the 19th March for the Youth Division and Saturday 9th April for the Senior Division.

 

NNSWF wishes all clubs the best for an exciting season ahead.

 

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