OMUAFC Club Plan

To provide positive football experiences for the local community

Onehunga Mangere United Football Club serves the local football community for Junior players starting at age 5 through to senior players.  We provide a service for the local community, schools and businesses to participate and compete in the Auckland Football Federation.

In respect of members all facilities and the community.  Inspire more involvement in giving back in coaching, refereeing and coordination of the game.  Be encouraging of all members to strive for their best.  Be innovative to offer the best services with available resources.

Success Factors
Members – exceeding our members’ needs and expectations

Have clear expectations in regards to roles and responsibilities as a;

  • Player
  • Parent
  • Coach
  • Team manager
  • Committee Member

Programs – initiatives that enhance membership growth, both numerically and in their growth in football, be it as participants, officials and administrators

Work with the federation to offer or involve our members in football experiences outside of the traditional winter season;

  • Men’s First team in NRFL Div 1
  • Strong coaching personal that oversee programs for growth and retaining  players
  • Holiday Programs
  • After School Programs
  • Futsal

Profile – a positive public perception of football’s brand in our community

Provide expectations and buy in of the code of conduct for all members, volunteers and supporters.

Have incredible performances on and off the field.

Partnerships – effective relationships with stakeholders and community

Engage the local community for sponsorship while identifying what the club can give back to the community.

Human Resources – succession planning and development of staff and volunteers

  • Create a rigid recruitment process
  • Engage support from local businesses

Financial Sustainability – sufficient income to meet organizational needs and aspirations

  • Identify expertise in marketing to generate new members
  • Utilize current resources fully for financial reporting and collection of funds

Policy and procedure – adopting modern and best practices

  • Network opportunities with local RST and other local clubs
  • Have a Junior / Youth Director of coaching to run a desired framework

Asset Management – maintenance and replacement plan

  • Engage expert advice in this area and establish a plan for requirements.

Governance – effective structure, strategy and operational plans

  • Fill all required positions.  Ideally 1 person per position
  • Run effective meetings