What NZSA does

NZSA – the New Zealand Subbuteo Association – is the governing body of New Zealand Subbuteo. It is an association of associations, a representative democracy, and is the umbrella organisation for 16 county Subbuteo associations across New Zealand.

A grassroots events in Aberdeen ©NZSA

Its objectives are, among other things, to deal with all questions relating to New Zealand Subbuteo, to promote Subbuteo Table Football in a spirit of unity, solidarity, peace, understanding and fair play, without any discrimination on the part of politics, race, religion, gender or any other reason, to safeguard the values of New Zealand Subbuteo, promote and protect ethical standards and good governance in New Zealand and European Subbuteo, maintain relations with all stakeholders involved in New Zealand and European Subbuteo, and support and safeguard its member associations for the overall well-being of the New Zealand and European game.

NZSA is a society entered in the register of companies under the New Zealand civil code, and is neutral, politically and religiously. Its headquarters are located in Auckland, North Island. It is a National Association recognised by the Oceanian Subbuteo Governing Body OSC and World Subbuteo Governing body FISA, which are based in Auckland, New Zealand and Larisa, Hellas respectively.

The organs through which NZSA acts are the NZSA Congress, the NZSA Executive Committee, the NZSA President and the organs for the administration of justice.