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Youth Council invite you to have your say

YOUNG people can have their say on the future of football in Suffolk.

YOUNG people can have their say on the future of football in Suffolk.

The Suffolk FA Youth Council, which recently re-branded for the 2023-24 season, has launched a survey to gather opinions from young people.

Following the relaunch of the Youth Council last season, members have been working to put the foundations in place and have recently had new people join.

The Youth Council have created a survey for young people in Suffolk to complete to help them organise and develop projects based on what is wanted by participants in Suffolk.

They are looking for young people aged up to 24 years old to complete the survey and provide the Youth Council with information they can use for this season and beyond.

If you are not in the right age group yourself but are a coach, secretary or a parent of young players, please pass this on for them to complete.

The survey is anonymous, but the Youth Council want everyone to have a voice, so this is your chance to have your say.

Suffolk FA Youth Council Chair Madison Gardiner said: “As a Youth Council the Youth voice is really important to us, without it we are unable to put anything in place in order to support young people across the county.

“This survey will allow us to ensure that everyone’s voice is heard and is included within some way across our work. The survey has been carefully put together across the past year and will help us to engage with the young people that we are trying to make positive changes for.

“By completing the survey you are doing your piece to help us and make your difference in Suffolk – the more responses that we as a Youth Council are given, the bigger and better difference we can make for you and to support you!”

If you have any questions, please email Suffolk FA Football Development Officer James Morley, who co-ordinates the Youth Council, via james.morley@Suffolkfa.com

To complete the survey, please click the link below.


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