Joondalup City FC Miniroos U8s to U12s Teams
Whats happening in the Miniroos 2020?
U8s to U12s
Once registrations are complete and we have formed all the players into teams, we will contact the players to advise when training can start. Where a coach has not been allocated to a team, we will need a parent to volunteer. If you are interested in coaching please contact our Technical Team by email email@example.com
Dates to diarise
- Sunday 21st June – Round 1 begins.
- Fixtures - https://footballwest.com.au/play/junior-football/ (Please note that fixture times will change as we correct any double bookings etc..)
- Full Calendar available here - TBA
All players in the program will be grouped into teams of 6. Each Sunday teams will come together for a warm up including basic skills training, followed by a game comprising of 2 x 20 minute halves. There will be two kick off times - 9.00am and 10.15am and all fixtures will take place at our hone ground in Iluka.
A full season calendar will be provided at the orientation – round dates are mentioned later in this update.
Dates to diarise
- Sunday 14th June 09.30am – 10:30pm at the Iluka Sports Club – 6/7's Orientation. ALL players should attend. This is an opportunity for players to meet their team mates and learn more details regarding the program.
- Sunday 21st /June – Round 1 begins.
- U6 / U7s Fixtures - Click Here..
Coaches (Game Leaders) We are fortunate to have several Game Leaders already on board – but are looking for another 2-3 Volunteers to assist us with the program. Coaches, or Game Leaders as they are officially called, do not need to have any coaching experience – we need parents who want be involved and who will lead a team of players through a warm up and game.
Game Leaders will attend a short orientation session before Round 1 and be fully briefed on what is involved. If you are interested in leading a team please contact Sam on firstname.lastname@example.org
All players will be issued with a club shirt, shorts and socks included in the fees. Players must wear shin pads and football boots. Parents should ensure players have plenty of water and are wearing sunblock.