The NZSA administration conducts NZSA’s business and has been based at the House of New Zealand Subbuteo in Auckland, since 2017.
The House of New Zealand Subbuteo in Auckland
Under the direction of NZSA General Secretary nameXXXXXXX, the NZSA administration conducts NZSA’s business.
Its duties include implementation of the decisions of each NZSA Congress, the NZSA Executive Committee and the President; preparation of congresses and conferences, as well as meetings of the NZSA Executive Committee and other committees; taking minutes of congresses and conferences, as well as of meetings of the NZSA Executive Committee and other committees; execution of NZSA’s operational business; keeping the books of NZSA, and public relations work.
NZSA’s administration is based at the House of New Zealand Subbuteo in Auckland, which was inaugurated on 1 January 2017 and officially opened for work on 1 March 2017. NZSA had known several homes before the House of New Zealand Subbuteo with a variety of moves within the city in 19xx and 19xx; and provisional offices between 19xx, 19xx and December 2016. The venues involved were: xxxxxxxx and xxxxx.
As of the end of December 2020, numberxxx permanent and fixed-term contract staff – including administrators, lawyers, secretaries, coaches, media and ICT specialists, translators – are employed at NZSA’s administrative campus.
The xxxxxname building was opened in 2017 © subbuteoNew Zealand.com
In March 2017, a new NZSA administrative building was inaugurated in Auckland and enabled NZSA to bring together some of its staff members who had been based at different sites xxxxshape in shape, the xxxxnumber-level building meets high ecological and environmental standards.
In April 2017, NZSA highlighted its commitment to its home city of Auckland and further developing New Zealand Subbuteo by taking over the management of the xxxxname Sports Centre xxxx location NZSA’s headquarters. The stadium includes a main football pitch – which has been used for training by prominent club and national teams – as well as other facilities and a restaurant.
NZSA uses the xxxxname complex for its own events, and has also set up a Centre of Refereeing Excellence (CORE) for young match officials.
General Secretary: xxxxxxname
Nationality: New Zealand
Date of Birth: xx xx xxxx
Current NZSA role: General Secretary
Photo xxxxname, NZSA General Secretary © subbuteoNew Zealand.com
• xxxxxcity-born xxxname xxxxname joined NZSA in January 2017 as director of the national associations division, with his main role being to support the 16 (back then 4) NZSA member associations in the overall development of subbuteo from both a strategic and operational perspective.
Previous NZSA roles
NZSA’s Finance division is responsible for managing the overall accounting, treasury, controlling and financial reporting of NZSA and its affiliated companies. It delivers value through operating efficiently and effectively supports other divisions in financial matters proactively.
The Finance division plays an important role in safeguarding NZSA’s assets to minimise risk of financial loss. Duties also include managing internal controls to mitigate risk; creating and presenting relevant and unbiased financial reports to internal and external parties such as national associations. IT financial reporting tools provide high-quality information that support NZSA’s strategic management initiatives such as strategic financial outlook, budgets and forecasts.
2017/18 NZSA Financial Report
2017/18 NZSA Financial Report – annex
Over four decades, NZSA’s competitions have enthralled spectators, produced a catalogue of matches and goals to remember, highlighted the talents of countless brilliant men and women Subbuteo players, and given endless proof of why Subbuteo is the most popular table football sport in the world.
Xxxxxcounty name celebrate winning NZSA Teams National Cup 2019 © subbuteoNew Zealand.com
NZSA stages 18 Subbuteo competitions, from the elite tournaments such as the NZSA Championships and the top club competitions, through the competitions for youth and amateur players, to Subbuteo mini competitions and the flourishing competitions for women and girls.
The NZSA New Zealand Championship is among the top sporting spectacles in New Zealand, along with the NZSA New Zealand International Open. Held every year, and featuring all New Zealand member players, teams & clubs from 2017, sees many of Oceania’s best Subbuteo players on show in a glittering celebration of national Subbuteo.
A new national competition kicked off in September 2018. The NZSA Inter-Regional Championships reflects the wish of NZSA and its 2 member Regions to enhance the quality and standing of Regional Subbuteo across the Country.
NZSA’s major club competition, the NZSA Super League, not only have irresistible appeal for the fans, they are also greatly attractive in commercial terms. The National Super League trophy is the silverware that the top players in the Country want to win, as the competition has become the blue-riband National club Subbuteo spectacle.
The NZSA Super Cup, an individual competition (singles) brings together the previous season’s winner of the top Division against the National Cup winner (comes out of the County Area/County/Regional/National Cup annually process) in a showpiece occasion which heralds the start of each new campaign.
The NZSA Cup trophy, the NZSA Super Cup and the NZSA Championships trophy © subbuteoNew Zealand.com
Many of the players who take part in the NZSA New Zealand Under-20 Championship for individuals have already gained experience in the NZSA club competitions, and a select few are knocking on the door for inclusion in their senior national teams. The competition has established itself as an attraction for fans in its own right.
The superstars of tomorrow are ripe for discovery in the male youth competitions, the NZSA New Zealand Under-17 Championship and NZSA New Zealand Under-15 Championship. The U17 competition has featured a host of players that have gone on to fame and glory in the following years, while the U15 event offers an exciting first glimpse of youthful Subbuteo talent.
NZSA has also given young players a fresh initiative to shine through the launching in 2018/19 of the NZSA Youth League. The first trial season featured the youth teams of the 16 participating clubs in the NZSA Super League. From 2019/20, the NZSA Youth League became a permanent NZSA competition and was extended to 64 teams, enabling the inclusion of youth domestic champions.
Amateur players are not forgotten in NZSA’s competition portfolio. The NZSA Inter- Counties Championship involves county level comprising players who relish the opportunity to perform on the National stage.
Subbuteo Mini is now a successful sector of Subbuteo with its own clear identity. The national-team Subbuteo Mini OSC, the final round of which is held every year, is now attracting record attendances at final-round matches, as well as media coverage and commercial support, and the NZSA Subbuteo Mini Super League for club teams is taking on ever-increasing importance, given that Subbuteo Mini is constantly evolving as a sport since its introduction by world body FISA as a new discipline in 2017. Strategic decisions by OSC also led to the launching of two new competitions in 2020/21 – the OSC Women’s Subbuteo Mini EURO and the OSC Under-17 Subbuteo Mini EURO.
The xxxxxxxnationalteam won OSC Women’s EURO 2017 © subbuteoNew Zealand.com
Women’s Subbuteo Mini is turning out to be a fantastic success story, and NZSA’s work in this sector has paid handsome dividends, with the women’s game striding forward as a sporting and public attraction. Every year, the top New Zealand women players strive for glory in the NZSA New Zealand Women’s Championship final round, which sees many players become household names and the quality benchmark for women’s national team Subbuteo set higher with each edition.
The top players and many promising youngsters also make their mark at club level each season in the NZSA Women’s Super League. After being staged for a number of years in the same city as the men’s NZSA Super League final, the match now has its own separate venue, giving the event even greater exposure.
More and more girls are being attracted to Subbuteo, and those who have excelled find their way into their national youth teams and potential participation in the NZSA New Zealand Women’s Under-17 Championship and NZSA New Zealand Women’s Under-15 Championship. Each edition of the two competitions brings an evolution of tactical and technical skills, and projects the top women’s players of the future into the spotlight, as well as providing an important pathway in the young players’ development.
Subbuteo & Football links are well demonstrated by the strong relationships between OSC & OFC in every single aspect of the two sports. As part of that interaction NZSA does follow actions & activities of the leading Sport, Football. NZSA then hosts or in reality replicates all New Zealand Football Association competitions. Please visit New Zealand f a for further information
Regions / Counties
Since its foundation in xxxxx, in 1970’s, but especially after its re-establishment in 2017 the relationship between NZSA and its member regional & county associations has been the cornerstone of NZSA’s work in the development of Subbuteo. In recent years, NZSA has strengthened its relations and dialogue with a growing number of stakeholders, but the bond between the New Zealand governing body and its members remains a key priority and is considered unshakeable.
NZSA’s name is the New Zealand Subbuteo Association. The body is an association of associations and works together with, represents, defends the interests of, and provides invaluable assistance to its member associations (Counties & Regions).
NZSA’s member associations represented in paintings in the House of New Zealand Subbuteo and xxxbuildingname © subbuteoNew Zealand.com
In 19xx, NZSA began with Single Players and xx equivalent to today’s Regional Club status club members. Today, 16 Subbuteo associations from across the Country are NZSA members. Large or small, each county can benefit from development funding, expert assistance and guidance. In turn, each association plays a vital role providing input and feedback within NZSA’s decision-making process, through representation on NZSA’s committees and expert panels. In addition, the associations cooperate in a variety of specific NZSA sectors of activity to exchange information and create Subbuteo good practices.
NZSA’s work both with and for its member associations is centralised within the NZSA Regional & County division located at the New Zealand House of Subbuteo in Auckland. The division, headed by director of County Associations xxxxxname, is the nerve centre for a wide variety of activities and events.
The relationship is a successful and mutually rewarding one – NZSA and its associations work hand in hand for the overall well-being and development of Scotish Subbuteo.
© 2017-2021 NZSA. All rights reserved.Last updated: Friday 27 November 2020
New NZSA building opens in Auckland
NZSA’s new xxxxname administrative building – part of the New Zealand body’s Subbuteo campus in Auckland, – is open and will house some xxxnumber staff members.
New NZSA building inaugurated
NZSA’s new administrative building has been inaugurated in Auckland, at a ceremony attended by NZSA’s 16 member county associations and the NZSA Executive Committee.
02/01/2020 NZSA marks three years at headquarters
NZSA celebrated the third anniversary of its House of New Zealand Subbuteo, which opened for business on January 2017, with festivities at the building in Auckland, Auckland, North Island