Canberra A-League bid starts talks with prospective members

17 May 2018 6:22 AM

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The Canberra A-League bid are calling for public feedback as they ramp things up ahead their expression of interest submission due next week.

The bid team have released a survey gauging the likelihood of people attending matches at Canberra Stadium and becoming members of a prospective team.

They are hopeful Canberra's soccer community will jump on board a "50 plus one" ownership model designed to ensure members control a majority of the club.

Canberra bid team member Michael Caggiano said they want community engagement with the naming of the club, community engagement with the colours and the badge, and ticketing and match-day experience.

The Canberra bid team will meet with officials from Deloitte on Friday as the next step in their submission process before finalising an expression of interest and sending it to the FFA on May 24.

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Source: brisbanetimes.com.au

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