Get involved

Interested in football and passionate about driving social change? Learn more about our current job vacancies, internships, work experience and volunteering opportunities.

Join our team

We engage and strengthen targeted and priority communities through the medium of football. There has never been a more exciting time to get involved in utilising the world game as a tool for good. Football Futures Foundation is a charitable entity powered by Football West, the governing body of football in Western Australia.

Current vacancies



Community Coaches

We are seeking casual coaches to support the delivery of our community programs, typically delivered after-school hours, evenings and weekends. Download job description | Apply now

WA Cerebral Palsy Assistant Soccer Coach

We are seeking a passionate Assistant Soccer Coach to lead our WA Cerebral Palsy State Football Team. Prior experience working with athletes with disability is desired, however training and support can be provided for the right candidate. Download job description | Apply now


Express your interest

There are plenty of ways to get involved with the work we do at Football Futures Foundation. Get in touch!

    What's it like to be part of the Football Futures Foundation team?

    “As a result of taking part in Football Futures Foundation’s Up Front program, I have adopted the mindset that if you want change to happen then take the first step to dive in. I now feel that I have the confidence to tackle bigger issues and continue creating and inspiring change in my community.” – Connor Bunce, Community Coach   “I enjoy and look forward to showing up for work every day because of my amazing team! I work with some of the kindest, friendliest and most hardworking people who inspire me everyday.” – Saskia Tjahja, Marketing and Communications Manager   “Volunteering with Football Futures Foundation has given me the chance to meet people I may never have met otherwise. Along with wonderful personal connections on football, what stands out to me is how much autonomy and trust is given to volunteers and participants.” – Leyysha Kunaselan, Volunteer   “Our team is what makes Football Futures Foundation so amazing. Every day I feel uplifted and supported by talented people who lead with empathy and passion. We have a great culture that emphasises creating an inclusive work environment. I love promoting our mission to partners who share our goal to help strengthen communities.” – Brent Hedley, Executive Officer   “If you like working with others to support people with all abilities and backgrounds, then joining the team at Football Futures Foundation will be a great fit for you. You will work with people from diverse backgrounds and experiences, and you’ll develop technical skills (as a coach), leadership and great life skills. At Football Futures Foundation, you get to help facilitate change, advocate for inclusive and accessible football and make a positive impact in people’s lives.” – Mick Owens, Inclusion Programs Lead

    Our values


    We are community lead in everything we do. We want our Foundation to be the vehicle for creating a sense of belonging and trust in diverse communities and a way for people to come together.


    To be authentic is to be imperfect and honest, allowing us to connect with people on a more genuine level. Authenticity is integral in our approach to bring people together and create change.


    We are here to do things differently and that means being bold in the way we approach our Foundation goals. We come at everything with an adventerous attitude and we are not afraid to fail.


    We are open minded and challenge our own thoughts and beliefs that are engrained in society.We take ownership of our actions, are considerate to others, and strive to be inclusive in all that we do.