Three key stakeholders in the footballing community have had their say on the Tasmanian AFL Taskforce findings.
AFL Tasmania chief executive Trisha Squires and NTFA president Scott Rigby both welcomed the findings while North Launceston club president Thane Brady sang a slightly different tune.
"We have received the report from the Tasmanian government's AFL Taskforce today," Ms Squires said.
"It has been a thorough process with a lot of hard work from the Tasmanian government and a lot of people who are deeply invested in football in our state.
"We will now take time to consider what is detailed in the report."
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Mr Rigby, president of the North's country football association featuring 19 clubs, said his league supports the findings.
"On behalf of the association, I wish to acknowledge the state government and the taskforce for their work, along with the opportunity for the NTFA's input throughout the process," he said.
"It is imperative for Tasmania to now be united, for parochialism to be cast aside, and to work together from today, as Tasmania now moves forward in its quest to gain an AFL licence along with the stabilisation of community football."
Mr Brady spoke in regards to the foundation of football in the state as leader of a club with 450 players from under-nines to State League seniors.
"In Launceston, it's well-known we continue to lack adequate training and playing facilities yet all we hear is talk with no action," he said.
"The last AFL review into Tasmanian football has seen a growth in people walking around in Tassie Devils gear, however, we are yet to see any tangible improvements on the ground.
"No-one is prepared to focus from ground up to build the foundations required for us to have an AFL team.
"It's all short term activities designed to tick off KPIs and collect data to demonstrate progress however in reality the problems are still there and growing."