Welsh Schools Football Association join the WSA as Full Members!
The Welsh Sports Association can happily announce that the Welsh Schools Football Association has joined the WSA as Full Members.
Formed in 1911, the WSFA now organises competitions at every age group from under 11 to under 19, including the Ivor Tuck Cup and the Fred Ball Inter Counties Trophy, both named after prominent previous secretaries of the Welsh Schools Football Association.
The WSFA strives to encourage the mental, moral and physical development of pupils through the medium of Association Football. The WSFA provides competitions for pupils in both Primary and Secondary schools and works with the FAW and the Welsh Football Trust in the identification and development of players – among other strategic aims.
As Full Members of the WSA, the Welsh Schools Football Association will look to learn more about the cost-saving solutions provided by our procurement portal, powered by partners 2buy2, will aim to take advantage of resources relating to best practise in governance and will look to make use of the safeguarding support on offer, including our DBS checking service.
Chief Executive Officer of the WSFA, John Mann, stated:
“WSFA look forward to working with WSA partners and using the partners to grow our organisation. We are excited to join an organisation who share our values and hope the networking available will enable us to grow.”
You can check out the full breadth of perks to WSA membership by visiting our Member Benefits page.
And find out how to join WSFA in signing up for membership on our Become a Member page.