BAFA engage Sport Structures for Governance change programme

The British American Football Association have announced they have engaged the services of Sports Structures Ltd to support them in an upcoming ‘fundamental governance change’.

The announcement follows on from the BAFA strategic review findings, released last year, where the British American Football National Governing Body announced its plans to move from an operational to a strategic entity.


19 February 2018

The British American football Association (BAFA) are delighted to announce the appointment of leading sports management company Sport Structures to support them through fundamental governance change.

Martin Cockerill, chair of BAFA said of the commissioning “we have appointed Sport Structures to lead us through this change as they understand us and through their expertise have helped us with shaping our future plans, We are particularly keen for Sport Structures to help with the recruitment of new independent board members.”

Sport Structures Managing Director Simon Kirkland added “BAFA are a growing governing body with an increasing player base and great people. Our support at senior governance level will help them become ready for that future growth”




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