Registration now open for the 2016 Season

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Early Bird Special until 15th January 2016

Local Newington club

Matches; Saturday mornings (Tiny Tots- U18), Saturday afternoons (Seniors), Friday nights (O35 Ladies), Sunday (Open Girls & Ladies)

2016 season runs from April to August Beginners welcome ** Ladies and Girls wanted for 2016 **

Registration fees include all games, Nike kit (jersey, shorts & socks) and regular training sessions

Learn to play a team sport in a friendly and positive environment

Partnered with Australian Youth Football Institute – “Develop with Purpose” Extra coaching available (6-18yrs)

Skills & Drills Pre-Season Program – book now for 1st Feb 2016

2015 FEES

Tiny Tots U6-U7 U8-U9 U10-U11 U12-U15 U16-U18 Seniors (Student) Seniors










Register Now Online


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How to fill in Team Sheets

Managers who need to fill in team sheets, there is a few instructions to help you out.

1. Make sure you write the jersey number next to each player and if a player is not playing, write “DNP” (Did not play)

2. Make sure there are Signatures from ALL OF the following people; Coach or manager AND Team Official AND Match official (even if not official ref) AND OPPOSITION AS WELL

3. Write in Blue or Black Pen

4. – Do not have more than 16 people (11 a side) on a team sheet as having played.

Information for Coaches & Managers

It is very important to arrive for training prepared with some ideas of what skills you intend to teach and the drills/games you will use to teach them. The links below offer a multitude of free practice plans, drills, games and advice. We recommend you use them for ideas.

Below are the Managers and Coaches roles and responsibilities so that those new to the roles will have a better understanding of what is required. If anyone has any questions please contact Dave Palmer.

Manager’s roles and duties

  • Contact team members to inform them of training times and match times and locations
  • Collect outstanding fees, registration forms and ID photos as required
  • Organise a roster for washing of shirts and bringing of oranges to the matches
  • Contact all team members in the event of a ground change or wash out
  • Ensure all players/parents are aware of the website and are receiving the weekly newsletter and any other club announcements
  • Coordinate your team’s assistance with fundraising and club activities
  • At season’s end write a report for the annual report
  • Ensure club code of conduct is upheld by all people associated with Newington Soccer Club

On match day:

  • Wear the team official vest for duration of game
  • Organise for field to be dressed at Wilson Park (if your team is playing the first game of the day)
  • Organise referee if no official referee is present
  • Organise linesman (1 parent from each team to run a sideline)
  • Complete team sheet
  • Undress field at Wilson Park (if your team is playing the last game of the day) and store equipment in shed
  • Use the managers portal on the website to record the score, scorers and a brief report for the newsletter Instructions can be found here: How to post to the Newington Gunners Website and Newsletter
  • Deliver the match to the Club Secretary immediately after the match via SMS


Coach’s roles and duties

  • Organise team training by preparing a training plan each week of the activities to be used
  • Arrive at training before players to setup any training equipment as per training plan
  • Ensure all training equipment is returned after training (balls, cones, bibs etc)
  • Attend Level One Coaching Course if practicable (the Club will sponsor)
  • Ensure club code of conduct is upheld by players

On match day:

  • Organise player positions on the match day
  • Pre-game warm up drills and talk to get players ready
  • Ensure game time for each player is fair and equitable
  • Onfield coaching (U6 & U7 mini teams only)
  • Provide positive or constructive feedback at half time and full time
  • Issue player of the match award
  • Use a system (eg 3,2,1 points) to be used to determine player of year award trophy at end of season