Futsal Focus founder Stephen McGettigan interview on the World of Futsal podcast

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Futsal Focus founder and managing director Stephen McGettigan discusses the futsal industry with Keith Tozer

 

Stephen McGettigan, the founder of Futsal Focus discusses the Futsal industry with the host of the World of Futsal podcast Keith Tozer. He talks about how he was introduced to futsal in Japan, what convinced him to get involved in the industry, his thoughts on futsal in England, and other topics related to the business of futsal and how the industry can develop further.

“Futsal clubs at the amateur level, they exist within their communities, they are providing a service to their community but it doesn’t mean they are a part of their communities.

Clubs need to ask themselves, if they didn’t exist tomorrow would their community care. I think it is very important for clubs to look at this, they need to speak with their local community, to understand what is important to them and by knowing this information they can find ways/ create strategies to embed themselves within their community.

Clubs need to have a social strategy/ mission outside of futsal that appeals to their community along with the sport.”

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