Gôl Football Centres join WSA as Associate Members

The Welsh Sports Association are happy to announce that Gôl Football Centres have become WSA members.  

Gôl director, Gwilym Boore, said: 

“As a football facility provider, we have found membership of the WSA to be of real benefit as, together with all sporting organisations, we take on truly unprecedented challenges.  

“The business continuity sessions set up to quickly address issues raised by new Welsh Government announcements reflect a dynamic organisation serving its members’ interests.  

“Naturally, most members belong to the public and third sector, but it’s been particularly gratifying, as a private company, to be given the opportunity to voice our concerns and share our experiences.” 

Gôl can claim to be a pioneering organisation, having launched Wales’ first purpose-built football facility in Cardiff in January 2006 while also making state of the art 3G rubber crumb playing surfaces publicly available for the first time.   

In their quest to provide the surrounding areas of South Wales with top quality footballing facilities, Gôl opened their second centre in Newport in November 2009, serving the city of Newport and the East of Cardiff.   

WSA Member Benefits

Gôl will now receive the benefits on offer from the WSA as Associate Members - including advocacy support and business support services – such the WSA’s partner agreeements  with the likes of broadcasting specialists Joymo.

They will also be exploring the WSA’s DBS service for sport & leisure to reaffirm their safeguarding commitments and to ensure their sport is safe for all to enjoy.  

To learn more about the WSA member benefits, click here.  

For more information on Gôl Football Centres, click here.  

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