The Football NSW media department provides comprehensive, up-to-date services outlining everything there is to know about the PlayStation 4 National Premier Leagues NSW competitions.
Whether it is exclusive stories, player features, podcasts, video highlights, or getting the latest fixtures, results and tables, the Football NSW media department prides itself on promoting the round ball game at its finest.
For general enquires about Football NSW’s media department you can contact Media Manager Mark Stavroulakis on (02) 88144416 or email@example.com.
For questions about digital communications and social media, please contact the Digital Content Coordinator Matthew Greenlaw on (02) 8814 4460 or firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply for media accreditation, you are required to complete the online registration process below.
The Media Accreditation pass is available for both journalists and photographers.
Please note that applying does not guarantee accreditation. Successful media will be mailed their 2015 media pass.
Social Media Policy
The Football NSW Social Media Policy is in line with other sporting organisations. Social media offers the opportunity for people to gather in online communities to share and consume content. From a governing body perspective, it is important for Football NSW on one hand to recognise the benefits of social media as an important tool of engagement but also to protect the reputation of our sport, organisation and membership.
At a recent Admin Forum, Football NSW asked Association representatives whether they would be interested in taking ownership of ensuring it educates its members of the use of social media. The majority (if not all) were interested in adopting our template. This social media policy aims to provide some guiding principles to follow when using social media. It applies to the entire membership including players, coaches and referees.
Accordingly is a social media policy template which Football NSW has prepared which associations and clubs are welcome to use for their own membership. It is recommended that you involve all your membership (including players and coaches) in the education around the use of social media. This will encourage adherence to the policy and ensure that everyone is aware of their rights and responsibilities.