Around the Clubs

Bellingen FC achieves four-star NCDP accreditation

February 11th, 2022

Bellingen FC is the latest club to achieve four-star accreditation in the National Club Development Program.

The achievement was the result of ongoing commitment to improvement from club president Peter Barron and the Bellingen FC committee.

The Bellingen region is a vibrant community which is reflected in a progressive football club. Bellingen FC have welcomed a growing membership in recent years and have been accepted into the Coastal Premier League (CPL) for the first time this season, joining 11 other clubs in a men’s competition spanning from Forster to Coffs Harbour.

“Club president Peter has engaged with the program on behalf of Bellingen FC to complete the questions and adopt a number of policies with the aim to improve the club’s governance,” NNSWF Club Development Officer Phillip Andrews said.

“The NCDP identifies areas for improvement and provides clubs with an action plan for future development. The work done to achieve this accreditation places clubs in a better position to reach goals and continue to deliver a positive football experience for their community.

“Bellingen FC continues to support female football through fielding strong female youth teams each season and steadily growing female MiniRoos participants. The club is proud of this success and is looking forward to the challenges of the season ahead.

“The NCDP continues to provide a tool for clubs to identify goals while making resources available to achieve success. We wish Bellingen FC all the best for their further growth and development in years to come.”

Clubs interested in discussing development related matters can contact NNSWF Club Development Officer Phillip Andrews: pandrews@northernnswfootball.com.au

Related Topics:
Bellingen FC four stars National Club Development Program NCDP

NewsMore >

  More News  

Northern NSW Football conduct Australia Cup sixth and seventh preliminary round draws
Northern NSW Football conducted its Australia Cup sixth and seventh preliminary… [more]
2022 National Volunteer Week Profile – Rosebud a labour of love for Conquest
On Saturday mornings, Kerry Conquest makes her way down to Adamstown Oval… [more]
NNSWF welcomes commitments ahead of 2022 Federal election
Northern NSW Football has welcomed 10 commitments made to its clubs across the… [more]

  Around the Clubs  

Newcastle Olympic awarded potential $625,000 grant for Darling Street upgrades
Sharon Claydon MP has committed $625,000 for a new grandstand and facility… [more]
Shoosh for Kids returns for 2022
Shoosh for Kids is back in 2022 and the message is clear – if you… [more]
Inaugural NNSWF Community State Youth Championships launched
It will be Member Zone v Member Zone when the best community footballers take… [more]

  Classifieds    

Community Football

Newcastle Permanent Community Shield

Sponsors