London FA Council
The London FA Council acts as a vital advisory body to both the London FA Board and London FA staff, as well as providing direct input to the work of the organisation through specific groups.
The Council members represent football in London and contribute by providing first-hand knowledge and experience to help to inform plans, priorities and programmes. They have committed to:
- Ensuring they promote, foster, develop and support the sport of Football within London
- Contributing to the delivery of the London Football Association objectives, mission, plans & values
- Advising the Board and the staff on delivering obligations to its Association Members
- Activating the plans by supporting delivery in the field
- Support the London FA to promote diversity and inclusion at all levels of the game in London
The London FA Council is made up of 50 members, alongside several ex-officio roles. These roles are as follows:
- Past Presidents
- Life Members
- Representatives of professional clubs
- Honorary Vice-Presidents
- Youth Life Vice Presidents
The Council is split into five related divisions through the following structure:
Council meetings take place a minimum of 3 times a year.
Meetings have a themed area of focus with guest speakers, insight and debate on how tackle key issues facing football, and maximising the opportunities available to football in London.
Should any Association Member wish for their views to be represented to the London Football Association, then they can do this through their local Council contact.
If you wish to do this then please contact the London FA office and we will liaise with the relevant Council member to check if they are comfortable with being contacted and for us to release their contact details.