UPDATED: June 22, 2015
Nepean Football Association are running football clinics in the July school holidays for NFA registered junior players in the age groups U7 to U15.
Please refer to the attached flyer for further information and how to book.
UPDATED: June 16, 2015
The first term of GPFC Junior Development program will shortly be wrapping up on Friday 26 June prior to the July School holidays. This has been a great success with over 100 juniors receiving technical coaching by our FFA accredited Prem 2 coaches. The feedback we have received has been fantastic.
Term 2 will commence on Monday 13th July and run for 9 weeks to 18th September (the 2nd week the instructors are away). Thus full term 2 cost for one session a week will be $90
The program is run in two sessions, 8-9 year olds 5:30 to 7:00pm and 10-11 year olds from 7:00 to 8:30pm.
Please refer to the attached flyer for more information.
An application form is attached below to be completed and return to Aaron or Rod Carley, Term fees need to be paid by the first session.
UPDATED: May 25, 2015
GPFC aims to ensure that the games played on our grounds are conducted incident free.
Although we are only playing grass roots football, there are governing FIFA, FFA and NFA policies and laws that still apply to ensure the safety of players.
All GPFC grounds, now also including mini-roos U5-7, have spectator lines marked which requires all spectators to stay behind so that players and match officials have sufficient room to move up and down the field, take throw-ins, kick-ins, as well as enable an unobstructed view of the match for all spectators.
Technical areas (boxes) are also marked for U8 games and up and coaches should remain in their designated area whilst coaching from the sideline. U10/11 to remain within their side of the main field 6 yard box at Ched Towns. Coaches from U8 and up should also wear a coaches vest to identify themselves. Please see committee if you do not have a vest.
U5-7 coaches are permited along the side of their teams half of the field.
If a committee member asks you to return to a technical area or move back behind the spectator line, please do so without any issue. This is a simple request but unfortunately recent incidents at our home grounds and other clubs grounds have seen these requests turn into verbal abuse of ground officials, spoil the match for everyone concerned, especially the junior players that witness this disgusting behaviour, and result in unnecessary disciplinary action involving our district association.
Team game day Marshalls, that should be appointed from U8 up, should also assist in ensuring that their teams spectators act in accordance with the spectator code of conduct.