How We Communicate

How does the Subiaco Football Club communicate with its members?

 

  1. Website – www.subiacofc.com.au
  2. Lions News
  3. Member Surveys
  4. Annual Report & Yearbook
  5. SMS
  6. Facebook
  7. Twitter
  8. Instagram
  9. SubiTV

 

WEBSITE

The Subiaco Football Club website looks to produce content several content pieces each week to keep members informed of all happenings around the club. The site includes a number of key information pieces including:

 

  • Up to date news
  • Senior List Updates
  • Talent Squad Updates
  • Sponsorship Updates
  • Membership & Membership Matters Program
  • Click through to Online Team Store
  • Club history
  • Donate information
  • Club events
  • Subiaco Football Club contacts

 

Members are encouraged to visit the Subiaco website regularly to ensure that they keep across all news and information relating to the club.

 

 

LIONS NEWS

Lions News is a regular Electronic Mail piece sent to both members and supporters of the Subiaco Football Club. Between March and September this is a weekly produced piece of content reverting to a monthly produced piece between October and February. It includes all recent news and sections dedicated to videos, corporate and supporters. Lions News can be subscribed to on the Subiaco website or by contacting the club directly.

 

 

MEMBER SURVEYS

The Subiaco Football Club will from time-to-time survey members on football issues and club related topics. Surveys are completed electronically with all information collected done so confidentially. Feedback provided from club surveys allows future decisions to be made with consideration to members views.

 

 

ANNUAL REPORT & YEARBOOK

The annual report is produced and provided to members in November/December each year. The report summarises the club’s achievements of the year and provides members with a financial summary of the year’s performance. The yearbook ensures that all key stakeholders associated with the club are able to provide an update on the performance in various club operation areas in the year prior. As of 2017, this will be produced primarily as an electronic version, with members required to contact the club for a printed copy.

 

SMS

Subiaco Football Club will occasionally contact members who are opted in to our SMS service to notify them of upcoming events or information with approaching deadlines. All numbers opted in to this service are stored confidentially.

 

 

FACEBOOK

Subiaco maintains a strong presence through social media, including through its use of Facebook. Facebook is a major social networking service, used as a source of news and information across the globe. Subiaco looks to maintain a strong presence on Facebook by ensuring that regular content is provided with an aim to attract and engage with current and new members of the football club. All Subiaco members are encouraged to follow and like Subiaco on Facebook.

Follow: www.facebook.com/SubiLions

 

 

TWITTER

Subiaco maintains a strong presence through social media, including through its use of Twitter. Twitter is an online news and social sharing site, used to give updates in real time. Subiaco looks to ensure that all major news items and all major events are covered through dedicated content on twitter. All Subiaco members are encouraged to follow Subiaco on Twitter, share Subiaco content where possible and use a dedicated #GOSUBI for Subiaco related posts.

Follow: @subiacolions

 

 

INSTAGRAM

Subiaco maintains a strong presence through social media, including through its use of Instagram. Instagram is a photo sharing and filtering app. Subiaco has one of the highest engagements in the WAFL through Instagram and is the fastest growing platform on social media for the club. All Subiaco members are encouraged to follow Subiaco on Instagram, like Subiaco content where possible and use a dedicated #GOSUBI for Subiaco related posts.

Follow: @subiacolions

 

 

SUBITV

Subiaco maintains a strong presence through social media, including through its use of YouTube and our dedicated SUBITV channel. YouTube is a video-sharing website allowing users to upload, view, rate, share and comment on produced videos. Subiaco looks to run regular weekly videos through SUBITV. All Subiaco members are encouraged to watch SUBITV and like Subiaco content where possible.

Follow: www.youtube.com/SubiacoLions

 

 

FEEDBACK

Members are also encouraged to provide feedback to the club on their communications performance by contacting the club directly.