Want to register for the 2015 Season

Local Newington club

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

2015 season runs from April to August Beginners welcome ** Ladies and Girls wanted for 2015 **

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) info@ayfi.com.au

Skills & Drills Pre-Season Program – book now for 3rd Feb 2015

2015 FEES

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

$100

$110

$120

$150

$160

$170

$250

$300

 

Register Now Online

 

Go to http://www.myfootballclub.com.au and select the link which is relevant to you.

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.

http://www.footy4kids.co.uk/index.htm

http://www.ksnusa.org/soclinks.htm

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