‘This is inspiring a new generation’: Support builds for Football Australia’s Legacy ’23 plan

Football Australia presented its five-pillar Legacy ’23 plan at Parliament House earlier this week as it works to deliver immediate and long-term benefits from hosting theFIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™.

Capped Westfied Matilda Michelle Heyman, Former Socceroo Jade North and Junior Westfield Matilda Jessika Nash joined Federal Minister for Sport Senator Richard Colbeck, co-chairs of the Parliamentary Friends of Football Senator Nita Green and Zali Steggall MP and a host of politicians as the first steps were taken towards a truly meaningful legacy for football, the community, and the nation.

The day highlighted the ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ chance the tournament brings to impact the Australia for the better through participation, community facilities, high performance, tourism & international engagement and leadership & development.

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