2014 is a huge year for football. With the Socceroos taking on the best teams in the world at the FIFA World Cup in Brazil, this is the year to Play Football.
2014 is a huge year for football.
With the Socceroos taking on the best teams in the world competing at the FIFA World Cup in Brazil, this is the year to Play Football.
Over half a million players are expected to register to play outdoor football for the 2014 season, and they are just a part of the 1.96 million football participants in Australia.
Play Football ambassador Alessandro Del Piero knows first hand the experience of winning the World Cup and whether you have the ambition to follow in his legendary footsteps, or simply get out on the park and keep active, the first step is by registering to play football in 2014 at the home of grassroots football - myfootballclub.com.au[hyperlink to
Each year FFA and its Member Federations and Associations embark on a major campaign to encourage Australians to Play Football and 2014 is no different.
Hyundai A-League stars Del Piero, Mark Milligan and Matt McKay, Westfield W-League and Matildas stars Sam Kerr and Caitlin Foord and Socceroos Head Coach Ange Postecoglou are all involved in 2014-s Play Football campaign.
For players, 2014 is your chance to discover or continue your passion for the beautiful game. Coaches have the valuable opportunity to nurture the next generation and, in addition to developing talent, can help with the enjoyment of the world game. Referees can enjoy the best weekend job you-ll ever have and foster their love for the game, while keeping fit.
Join Australia-s biggest participation sport and Play Football in 2014!
Click here to register to Play Football.
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