The paper "La Trobe University Football Club - Project Evaluation, Investment and Budget" is a great example of a business case study. Founded in 1989, La Trobe University Football Club (LTUFC) operates on the objective of providing footballers and passionate football fans with a friendly atmosphere for watching and engaging in football activities. LTUFC is located in the Northwestern suburbs of Melbourne nest to La Trobe University. The club has both men and women football teams. LTUFC won the Football Federation Fair Play Award in 2013, multiple premierships in State League for men, premiership for worm and even in junior competitions.
Other than the promotion of talent in playing football, LTUFC also provides opportunities for an interested individual to participate in coaching programs. LTUFC has two soccer grounds. One of its grounds is old and needs replacements. According to the estimation, the process of replacing the soccer ground to the desired outcome will cost the club $670,000. In total, the club has raised $ 620,000 and has a deficit of $50,000 that it envisions to acquire from Sports and Recreation Victoria (SRV).
The objective of SRV is to maximize the economic and social benefits that the government provides to the people of Victoria in the form of ports and recreational facilities. SRV ensures the realization of this objective by ensuring that there is greater access to opportunities for participating in sports and reaction activities. Funding LTUFC would provide an opportunity for SRV to engage in reasonable investment. This is because the club has a reputation in the Bandora community as a community developer considering that it envisions to provide playing opportunities for all members of the local community. Cover letter La Trobe University Football Club (LTUFC) April 2, 2016 The Director, Sport and Recreation Victoria (SRV), Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure Victoria State, Australia Dear Sir/Madam, In response to your request of March 3, 2016, I am submitting this proposal to improve the playground condition of La Trobe University Football Club (LTUFC).
This is in line with the objective of your organization of improving the conditions of sports and recreational infrastructure in Victoria State. Through this renovation, LTUFC will have a platform of realizing its objective providing opportunities for playing football for the local community in Bandora. LTUFC has a budget of $670,000 and it has a deficit of $50,000.
The club is hoping that SRV will respond favorably to this effort to provide better services to the people of Bandora. Sincerely Dan Brown, Director Organizational details Organization overview La Trobe University Football Club (LTUFC) was founded in 1989 by a group of passionate football fans. Three of these founders were students at La Trobe University. At its foundation, the objective of the club was to provide footballers and passionate football fans with a friendly atmosphere for watching and engaging in football activities (Devaney, 2008).
LTUFC is located in the Northwestern suburbs of Melbourne nest to La Trobe University. The club has both men and women football teams. The means football team plays in the State League Competition in North-west Division while the women’ s team plays in the women’ s premier league (http: //www. ltufc. com/). The club organizes winter competition, which attracts both junior and seniors. All these competitions are played on Sundays and Saturday. The main objective of these competitions is to attract and nurture existing talents. In addition, through these competitions, LTUFC envisions to provide a platform that promotes cohesion among the members of the local community and the students at the University (http: //www. ltufc. com/).
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