Third Jets Forum to Seek Football Community’s Input

June 22nd, 2015

Football Federation Australia (FFA) has today announced details of the third and final forum in relation to the future of the Newcastle Jets.

The Newcastle Jets Football Community Forum, to be conducted on Wednesday 24th June will provide members of the Northern NSW Football community including players, match officials, volunteers and coaches the opportunity to have their voice heard in relation to the restructuring of the region’s Hyundai A-League side.

The Forum will feature a panel including Head of Hyundai A-League Damien de Bohun, Northern NSW Football Chief Executive Officer David Eland and Newcastle Jets player Nigel Boogaard.

Fans must register their interest in attending the event and can help shape the evening by submitting questions by following the link HERE.

Fans unable to attend can follow the discussion live on Twitter #JetsForum

“The Newcastle Jets represent the people of the Hunter Region in the Hyundai A-League so it is important for the football community to have their say on shaping the club moving forward,” de Bohun said. “This is a great opportunity for fans, players, coaches and volunteers to join Northern NSW Football and the FFA and have meaningful input into the restructure of the Newcastle United Jets.

This forum follows the Business Leaders Forum held on Wednesday 10th June and the upcoming Newcastle United Jets Members Forum to be held this Thursday, 18th June.

Football Community Forum Details:
Wednesday 24th of June
6.30pm-8.30pm
Auditorium 2 Newcastle Panthers
Corner King & Union Street, Newcastle

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