The Objectives of Junior Football

At all times please be encouraging and supportive.
Praise your children and other children, including the opposition.

Above all:

  • Have fun
  • Play fair
  • Score goals

Junior Registration Fees

The Junior registration fee for the season is $175.00 (this includes a $20 Building Levy which will contribute to the building of our new clubroom).

An Early Payment Discount of $25.00 applies to all Junior payments made by 28th February.

There is also an additional $20 discount available for the 2nd, 3rd or 4th family player if payment is made in full by 28th February.
The Family Discount should only be selected if there are 2, 3 or 4 Junior/Youth players registering, at the same time, from the same family.
DO NOT TAKE THE JUNIOR/YOUTH FAMILY DISCOUNT IF YOU ARE ONLY REGISTERING ONE PLAYER OR FOR THE FIRST PLAYER REGISTERED.
Discounts are subject to an audit and if a discount is incorrectly claimed the correct amount (with an additional administration fee) will be charged.

This season the purchase of a team photograph for Junior and Youth players will be optional.
The $17.50 can be be paid when registering, or at a later date.

An additional Cash Handling Fee of $15.00 maybe be applied to payments NOT made through our on-line credit card system or by direct credit.

Junior Grade Information

Junior players are only eligible to trial and play in the grade which fits their age group.
All junior teams (with the exception of the 5th grade) will be formed by the relevant Grade coordinator and they will place your child in a team, with parents contacted as soon as that process is completed.

All junior team coaches and managers are volunteers and we couldn’t run our junior section without them.
We greatly appreciate their support and their time that they give freely.
They will contact their team members when they have been advised of the make up of their team by the relevant Grade coordinator.
Team training sessions are not organised by the club.
It is entirely up to the team coach (in conjunction with the team) whether the team will have a training session outside of game day or not.

The grades in 2017 are calculated based on the year a player was born (not their school year).

Born in 2013 = 5th Grade
Born in 2012 = 5th Grade
Born in 2011 = 6th Grade
Born in 2010 = 7th Grade
Born in 2009 = 8th Grade
Born in 2008 = 9th Grade

Click the appropriate tab for more specific Grade information.

5th Grade is different from all other grades because players are not put into 'formal' teams.
The format is based around an introduction to basic football ball skills, coordination, agility, and having fun while learning and playing.
All Juniors play on Saturdays during the winter and every game is played at Keith Hay Park North.
All 5th grade players meet at the training pitch in front of the clubrooms on Saturday mornings by 8.25 am for a kick off at 8.30 am.

In the 5th Grade wearing the official Three Kings United (TKU) playing kit is optional otherwise the children can wear whatever appropriate football wear they like to the session.
They will however require a size 3 ball, good fitting football boots (with rubber studs or moulded soles) and shin pads, which are compulsory.

In the 6th grade the Grade Coordinator will form teams on the basis of common schools, address, and requests to play with friends etc. where possible.
There will be no trials, or representative or development teams in this grade.
The teams should be formed and parents contacted with team details by early April.

All Juniors play on Saturdays during the winter and every game is played at Keith Hay Park North.
6th grade players should meet at their pitch on Saturday mornings by 8.25 am for a kick off at 8.30 am.

In the 6th Grade players are required to wear the official Three Kings United (TKU) playing kit which includes TKU club shirt, TKU club shorts and TKU club socks.
They will also require a size 3 ball, good fitting football boots (with rubber studs or moulded soles) and shin pads, which are compulsory.

6th grade players will have a shirt supplied by the Club for the season.
This shirt must be returned at the end of the season.
If you prefer you may purchase a TKU shirt even though your child plays in 6th grade.
This will allow your child to use the shirt outside of football whereas the club owned shirts can only be worn during the game with a parent taking a turn to wash the team shirts (so they are kept together).
TKU supplied shirts cannot be worn home and they will be clearly identified as such.

In the 7th grade the Grade Coordinator will form teams on the basis of common schools, address, and requests to play with friends etc. where possible.
There will be no trials, or representative or development teams in this grade.
The teams should be formed and parents contacted with team details by early April.

All Juniors play on Saturdays during the winter and every game is played at Keith Hay Park North.
7th grade players should meet at their pitch on Saturday mornings by 8.25 am for a kick off at 8.30 am.

In the 7th Grade players are required to wear the official Three Kings United (TKU) playing kit which includes TKU club shirt, TKU club shorts and TKU club socks.
They will also require a size 3 ball, good fitting football boots (with rubber studs or moulded soles) and shin pads, which are compulsory.

7th grade players will have a shirt supplied by the club for the season.
This shirt must be returned at the end of the season.
If you prefer you may purchase a TKU shirt even though your child plays in 7th grade.
This will allow your child to use the shirt outside of football whereas the club owned shirts can only be worn during the game with a parent taking a turn to wash the team shirts (so they are kept together).
TKU supplied shirts cannot be worn home and they will be clearly identified as such.

In the 8th grade the Grade Coordinator will form teams on the basis of common schools, address, and requests to play with friends etc where possible.
The teams should be formed and parents contacted with team details by early April.
Any player who wishes to be considered for trial for any possible development team should indicate this when registering online, and will be contacted about when to attend a trial.

All Juniors play on Saturdays during the winter and every game is played at Keith Hay Park North.
8th grade players should meet at their pitch on Saturday mornings by 9.20 am for a kick off at 9.30 am.

In the 8th Grade players are required to wear the official Three Kings United (TKU) playing kit which includes TKU club shirt, TKU club shorts and TKU club socks.
They will also require a size 3 ball, good fitting football boots (with rubber studs or moulded soles) and shin pads, which are compulsory.

All 8th grade players will be required to supply their own playing kit for the season.

In the 9th grade the Grade Coordinator will form teams on the basis of common schools, address, and requests to play with friends etc where possible.
The teams should be formed and parents contacted with team details by early April.
Any player who wishes to be considered for trial for any possible development, or team playing in an external league, should indicate this when registering online, and will be contacted about when to attend a trial.

All Juniors play on Saturdays during the winter and every game is played at Keith Hay Park North.
9th grade players should meet at their pitch on Saturday mornings by 10.05 am for a kick off at 10.15 am.

In the 9th Grade players are required to wear the official Three Kings United (TKU) playing kit which includes TKU club shirt, TKU club shorts and TKU club socks.
They will also require a size 4 ball, good fitting football boots (with rubber studs or moulded soles) and shin pads, which are compulsory.

All 9th grade players will be required to supply their own playing kit for the season.

Small-Sided Game Rules and Playing Format

The rules of football are simple and please make every effort to play, coach and support with our objectives in mind: “having fun, fair play for your team and the opposition and scoring goals”.
Football is a dynamic sport so coaches should try and encourage lots of movement, defenders moving up with play, etc.
Coaches should also encourage players to try different positions.

Click the appropriate tab to view the Small-Sided Game Rules and Playing Format for your grade.

The 6th grade plays on 1/8 of a senior pitch.
The game day format includes 2 8 minute Skill Sessions followed by a game of 2 13 minute halves.
The 6th grade uses flags for goals.

The 6th grade uses a size 3 ball.

The 6th grade plays matches with 5 players per side.
Girls' only teams may have an additional player in their squad.
If a girls' only squad has an extra player present (i.e. 1 more than the 'regulation' number of players) on the vary rare occasion they might play an all boys team then it may play with an extra player, provided that:

  • A girls' only team that has the same number of players as the opposition is not able to insist on the opposition playing with 1 less player;
  • A girls' only team may only have one extra player than the opposition on the field at any time (so if the girls' only team has 2 extra players than the opposition for any reason it can only have 1 extra player on the field at any time);
  • If 2 girls' only teams play each other then they shall ensure that that have the same number of players on the field at any time (whether that is 1 more than the regulation number or the same as the regulation number).

Notwithstanding the above, all coaches must try to ensure that there is a fair match up between opposing teams.
That may require lending or swapping players, temporarily reducing the number of players on 1 team, or (our preference) requiring the players on 1 team to comply with restrictions (i.e. 3 passes before shooting; shooting only with left foot etc).
At this level the result is not important and there is an overriding obligation on all coaches and none of the aforementioned rules shall be used a justification for a coach to let their team produce a significantly disparate result (e.g. 10 – 0).

Most teams may have at least 1 substitute.
These teams must play with rolling substitutes, and give equal game time for all players.
If a team is 1 short, then that team will play with 1 fewer.
If a team is 2 short, then the teams must be evened up.

No older player can play down in any grade, but a younger player may play up to make even numbers of players in a team that is short.

Both team coaches can be on the field assisting their players in all Junior grades.
1 coach should referee each half, unless one coach referees both halves by mutual consent.
Supporters must be on the sideline and not behind the goals.
Goals can only be scored from within the opposing team’s half of the field.
Goals can not be scored directly from a kick off, or kick-ins in the 6th grade.
No player (or coach) is to wait near or guard their own team’s goal.
If this occurs the referee should ask and encourage the offender to move.
All goal kicks are to be taken by any member of the defending team from on the ground within 5 metres of the goal.
The attacking team should move well clear of the goal area, at least another 10 metres back.
The defending team should be at least 10 metres back when a kick off is taken from the centre of the pitch.
All corner kicks are to be taken from within 1 metre of the corner.
In the 6th grades there will be no throw-ins, but a restart by kicking the ball back into play.

Tackles from behind, dangerous and jump-in tackles must be whistled as a free kick.
Deliberate hand-balls (for hand to ball, not ball to hand) should also be penalised and a free kick is given against the offending team.

A direct free kick may be awarded to the attacking team if there is an infringement within the goal area.
This is a free shot at goal from 10 metres.

There is no offside rule applied in any Junior grade.
However, players should be discouraged from taking up a position near the opposing team’s goal, unless there is a defending team’s player nearby.
At corners, defending players should be encouraged to mark attacking players, and not stand in the goal mouth.

The 7th grade plays on 1/8 of a senior pitch.
The game day format includes 2 8 minute Skill Sessions followed by a game of 2 13 minute halves.
The 7th grade uses flags for goals.

The 7th grade uses a size 3 ball.

The 7th grade plays matches with 5 players per side.
Girls' only teams may have an additional player in their squad.
If a girls' only squad has an extra player present (i.e. 1 more than the 'regulation' number of players) on the vary rare occasion they might play an all boys team then it may play with an extra player, provided that:

  • A girls' only team that has the same number of players as the opposition is not able to insist on the opposition playing with 1 less player;
  • A girls' only team may only have 1 extra player than the opposition on the field at any time (so if the girls' only team has 2 extra players than the opposition for any reason it can only have 1 extra player on the field at any time);
  • If 2 girls' only teams play each other then they shall ensure that that have the same number of players on the field at any time (whether that is 1 more than the regulation number or the same as the regulation number).

Notwithstanding the above, all coaches must try to ensure that there is a fair match up between opposing teams.
That may require lending or swapping players, temporarily reducing the number of players on 1 team, or (our preference) requiring the players on 1 team to comply with restrictions (i.e. 3 passes before shooting; shooting only with left foot etc).
At this level the result is not important and there is an overriding obligation on all coaches and none of the aforementioned rules shall be used a justification for a coach to let their team produce a significantly disparate result (e.g. 10 – 0).

Most teams may have at least 1 substitute.
These teams must play with rolling substitutes, and give equal game time for all players.
If a team is 1 short, then that team will play with 1 fewer.
If a team is 2 short, then the teams must be evened up.

No older player can play down in any grade, but a younger player may play up to make even numbers of players in a team that is short.

Both team coaches can be on the field assisting their players in all Junior grades.
1 coach should referee each half, unless one coach referees both halves by mutual consent.
Supporters must be on the sideline and not behind the goals.
Goals can only be scored from within the opposing team’s half of the field.
Goals can not be scored directly from a kick off, or kick-ins in the 6th grade.
No player (or coach) is to wait near or guard their own team’s goal.
If this occurs the referee should ask and encourage the offender to move.
All goal kicks are to be taken by any member of the defending team from on the ground within 5 metres of the goal.
The attacking team should move well clear of the goal area, at least another 10 metres back.
The defending team should be at least 10 metres back when a kick off is taken from the centre of the pitch.
All corner kicks are to be taken from within 1 metre of the corner.
In the 7th grades there will be no throw-ins, but a restart by kicking the ball back into play.

Tackles from behind, dangerous and jump-in tackles must be whistled as a free kick.
Deliberate hand-balls (for hand to ball, not ball to hand) should also be penalised and a free kick is given against the offending team.

A direct free kick may be awarded to the attacking team if there is an infringement within the goal area.
This is a free shot at goal from 10 metres.

There is no offside rule applied in any Junior grade.
However, players should be discouraged from taking up a position near the opposing team’s goal, unless there is a defending team’s player nearby.
At corners, defending players should be encouraged to mark attacking players, and not stand in the goal mouth.

The Mixed 8th grade plays on 1/4 of a senior pitch, and the Girls Only 8th grade play on a 1/8 of a senior pitch.
The game day format includes a game of 2 15 minute halves.
The Mixed 8th grade uses plastic goals and the Girls 8th grade use flags.

The 8th grade uses a size 3 ball.

The Mixed 8th grade plays matches with 6 players per side and the Girls 8th grade play with 5 players per side.
Girls' only teams may have an additional player in their squad.
If a girls' only squad has an extra player present (i.e. 1 more than the 'regulation' number of players) on the vary rare occasion they might play an all boys team then it may play with an extra player, provided that:

  • A girls' only team that has the same number of players as the opposition is not able to insist on the opposition playing with 1 less player;
  • A girls' only team may only have 1 extra player than the opposition on the field at any time (so if the girls' only team has 2 extra players than the opposition for any reason it can only have 1 extra player on the field at any time);
  • If 2 girls' only teams play each other then they shall ensure that that have the same number of players on the field at any time (whether that is 1 more than the regulation number or the same as the regulation number).

Notwithstanding the above, all coaches must try to ensure that there is a fair match up between opposing teams.
That may require lending or swapping players, temporarily reducing the number of players on 1 team, or (our preference) requiring the players on 1 team to comply with restrictions (i.e. 3 passes before shooting; shooting only with left foot etc).
At this level the result is not important and there is an overriding obligation on all coaches and none of the aforementioned rules shall be used a justification for a coach to let their team produce a significantly disparate result (e.g. 10 – 0).

Most teams may have at least 1 substitute.
These teams must play with rolling substitutes, and give equal game time for all players.
If a team is 1 short, then that team will play with 1 fewer.
If a team is 2 short, then the teams must be evened up.

No older player can play down in any grade, but a younger player may play up to make even numbers of players in a team that is short.

Both team coaches can be on the field assisting their players in all Junior grades.
1 coach should referee each half, unless one coach referees both halves by mutual consent.
Supporters must be on the sideline and not behind the goals.
Goals can only be scored from within the opposing team’s half of the field.
Goals can not be scored directly from a kick off, or from throw-ins.
No player (or coach) is to wait near or guard their own team’s goal.
If this occurs the referee should ask and encourage the offender to move.
All goal kicks are to be taken by any member of the defending team from on the ground within 5 metres of the goal.
The attacking team should move well clear of the goal area, at least another 10 metres back.
The defending team should be at least 10 metres back when a kick off is taken from the centre of the pitch.
All corner kicks are to be taken from within 1 metre of the corner.
In the 8th grade throw-ins should be taken correctly.
If a player has not done this correctly, then the referee should show the player how to do it, and ask them to retake the throw-in.
If it is taken incorrectly again, the referee should award the throw-in to the opposition.

Tackles from behind, dangerous and jump-in tackles must be whistled as a free kick.
Deliberate hand-balls (for hand to ball, not ball to hand) should also be penalised and a free kick is given against the offending team.

A direct free kick may be awarded to the attacking team if there is an infringement within the goal area.
This is a free shot at goal from 10 metres.

There is no offside rule applied in any Junior grade.
However, players should be discouraged from taking up a position near the opposing team’s goal, unless there is a defending team’s player nearby.
At corners, defending players should be encouraged to mark attacking players, and not stand in the goal mouth.

The 9th grade plays on 1/4 of a senior pitch.
The game day format includes a game of 2 18 minute halves.
The 9th grade uses plastic goals (except Platinum teams).

The 9th grade uses a size 4 ball.

The 9th grade plays matches with 7 players per side, including a Goalkeeper.

All coaches must try to ensure that there is a fair match up between opposing teams.
That may require lending or swapping players, temporarily reducing the number of players on 1 team, or (our preference) requiring the players on 1 team to comply with restrictions (i.e. 3 passes before shooting; shooting only with left foot etc).
At this level the result is not important and there is an overriding obligation on all coaches and none of the aforementioned rules shall be used a justification for a coach to let their team produce a significantly disparate result (e.g. 10 – 0).

Most teams may have at least 1 substitute.
These teams must play with rolling substitutes, and give equal game time for all players.
If a team is 1 short, then that team will play with 1 fewer.
If a team is 2 short, then the teams must be evened up.

No older player can play down in any grade, but a younger player may play up to make even numbers of players in a team that is short.

Both team coaches can be on the field assisting their players in all Junior grades.
1 coach should referee each half, unless one coach referees both halves by mutual consent.
Supporters must be on the sideline and not behind the goals.
Goals can only be scored from within the opposing team’s half of the field.
Goals can not be scored directly from a kick off, or from throw-ins.

All goal kicks are to be taken by any member of the defending team from on the ground within 5 metres of the goal.
The attacking team should move well clear of the goal area, at least another 10 metres back.
The defending team should be at least 10 metres back when a kick off is taken from the centre of the pitch.
All corner kicks are to be taken from within 1 metre of the corner.
In the 9th grade throw-ins should be taken correctly.
If a player has not done this correctly, then the referee should show the player how to do it, and ask them to retake the throw-in.
If it is taken incorrectly again, the referee should award the throw-in to the opposition.

Tackles from behind, dangerous and jump-in tackles must be whistled as a free kick.
Deliberate hand-balls (for hand to ball, not ball to hand) should also be penalised and a free kick is given against the offending team.

A direct free kick may be awarded to the attacking team if there is an infringement within the goal area.
This is a free shot at goal from 10 metres.

There is no offside rule applied in any Junior grade.
However, players should be discouraged from taking up a position near the opposing team’s goal, unless there is a defending team’s player nearby.
At corners ,defending players should be encouraged to mark attacking players, and not stand in the goal mouth.

Season Details

Please remember you are committing to play for the team for the entire season.
As part of a team you maybe required to play:

  • The first or last weekend of the April school holidays
  • Queen’s Birthday weekend
  • The first weekend and possibly the last weekend of the July School Holidays

Kick Off

The first day of the Junior football will be Saturday 6th May 2017.

Weekly draws will be posted below by the Thursday prior to each Saturday’s game.
The draw will include the time, the pitch number and which team you are playing against.
The draw will also be posted outside the clubrooms and pitch layouts will also be available.
We acknowledge that sometimes players will be away during some weekends and that some teams may be light on player numbers.
We will ask opposition coaches to lend one or more of their players so that the numbers on the field are evenly balanced.
This, of course, is a request not just for those weekends but for every weekend as it is no fun for anyone involved in a lopsided game.

Click the appropriate tab to view your current draw and to download a pitch map and the Skills Sessions for the 6th and 7th grades.

Prize-Giving and the End of Season

The last day of Junior football will be Saturday 16th September, when we will hold the traditional Kids vs Parents games and prize-giving will be held on a per grade basis after these matches.
The match will kick off will be at 8:30 am and end at 8:50 am.
Prize-giving (with team gear return) will then be held at 9:10 am at the Clubrooms.

PLEASE CHECK YOUR PITCH LOCATIONS ON THE MAP BELOW
Mixed
16/09/2017 9E 8.30 am Albatross vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9F 8.30 am Cardinals vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9G 8.30 am Cockatoos vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9H 8.30 am Eagles vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10A 8.30 am Falcons vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10B 8.30 am Hawks vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10C 8.30 am Herons vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10E 8.30 am Kakariki vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10D 8.30 am Kingfishers vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10F 8.30 am Kokakos vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10G 8.30 am Kookaburras vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10H 8.30 am Macaws vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11A 8.30 am Magpies vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11B 8.30 am Owls vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11C 8.30 am Parakeets vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11D 8.30 am Penguins vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11E 8.30 am Pukekos vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11F 8.30 am Seagulls vs. Parents
Girls
16/09/2017 9A 8.30 am Doves vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9B 8.30 am Kiwis vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9C 8.30 am Robins vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9D 8.30 am Tuis vs. Parents

* Denotes teams on Hooter Duty
** Denotes teams on Field Setup

Pitch Layout

To download a copy of the Updated 6th Grade Pitch Layout, click HERE

Skills Sessions

To download a copy of the 6th Grade Skills Sessions, please click HERE

Prize-Giving and the End of Season

The last day of Junior football will be Saturday 16th September, when we will hold the traditional Kids vs Parents games and prize-giving will be held on a per grade basis after these matches.
The match will kick off will be at 9:20 am and end at 9:40 am.
Prize-giving (with team gear return) will then be held at 10:10 am at the Clubrooms.

PLEASE CHECK YOUR PITCH LOCATIONS ON THE MAP BELOW

Mixed
16/09/2017 9F 9.20 am Alligators vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9G 9.20 am Bears vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9H 9.20 am Buffalos vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10A 9.20 am Cheetahs vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10B 9.20 am Cobras vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10C 9.20 am Coyotes vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10D 9.20 am Crocodiles vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10E 9.20 am Elephants vs. Parents
16/09/2017 3E 9.20 am Foxes vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10G 9.20 am Gorillas vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10H 9.20 am Hyenas vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11A 9.20 am Jackals vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11B 9.20 am Jaguars vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11C 9.20 am Kangaroos vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11D 9.20 am Leopards vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11E 9.20 am Lions vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11F 9.20 am Monkeys vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11G 9.20 am Otters vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11H 9.20 am Pumas vs. Parents
16/09/2017 3A 9.20 am Pythons vs. Parents
16/09/2017 3B 9.20 am Rhinos vs. Parents
16/09/2017 3C 9.20 am Sharks vs. Parents
16/09/2017 3D 9.20 am Tigers vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10F 9.20 am Vipers vs. Parents
Girls
16/09/2017 9A 9.20 am Cats vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9B 9.20 am Dolphins vs. Parents
16/09/2017 3F 9.20 am Gazelles vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9C 9.20 am Koalas vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9D 9.20 am Meerkats vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9E 9.20 am Zebras vs. Parents

* Denotes teams on Hooter Duty
** Denotes teams on Field Setup

Pitch Layout

To download a copy of the Updated 7th Grade Pitch Layout, click HERE

Skills Sessions

To download a copy of the 7th Grade Skills Sessions, please click HERE

Prize-Giving and the End of Season

The last day of Junior football will be Saturday 16th September, when we will hold the traditional Kids vs Parents games and prize-giving will be held on a per grade basis after these matches.
The match will kick off will be at 10:20 am and end at 10:40 am.
Prize-giving (with team gear return) will then be held at 11:00 am at the Clubrooms.

PLEASE CHECK YOUR PITCH LOCATIONS ON THE MAP BELOW
Mixed
16/09/2017 3A 10.20 am Arsenal vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10B 10.20 am Aston Villa vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10C 10.20 am Birmingham vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10D 10.20 am Blackburn Rovers vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10E 10.20 am Bolton Wanderers vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10F 10.20 am Chelsea vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10G 10.20 am Crystal Palace vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10H 10.20 am Everton vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11A 10.20 am Fulham vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11B 10.20 am Leeds vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11C 10.20 am Leicester City vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11D 10.20 am Liverpool vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11E 10.20 am Manchester City vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11F 10.20 am Manchester United vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11G 10.20 am Newcastle vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11H 10.20 am Portsmouth vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10A 10.20 am QPR vs. Parents
16/09/2017 3B 10.20 am Southampton vs. Parents
16/09/2017 3C 10.20 am Stoke vs. Parents
16/09/2017 3D 10.20 am Sunderland vs. Parents
16/09/2017 3E 10.20 am Tottenham Hotspur vs. Parents
16/09/2017 3F 10.20 am West Brom vs. Parents
Girls
16/09/2017 9A 10.20 am Adelaide vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9B 10.20 am Brisbane Roar vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9C 10.20 am Central Coast Mariners vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9D 10.20 am Gold Coast United vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9E 10.20 am Melbourne Victory vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9F 10.20 am Newcastle Jets vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9G 10.20 am North Queensland Fury vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9H 10.20 am Sydney FC vs. Parents

* Denotes teams on Hooter Duty

Pitch Layout

To download a copy of the Amended 8th Grade Mixed Pitch Layout, click HERE

Prize-Giving and the End of Season

The last day of Junior football will be Saturday 16th September, when we will hold the traditional Kids vs Parents games and prize-giving will be held on a per grade basis after these matches.
The match will kick off will be at 11:20 am and end at 11:40 am.
Prize-giving (with team gear return) will then be held at 12:00 pm at the Clubrooms.

PLEASE CHECK YOUR PITCH LOCATIONS ON THE MAP BELOW
Mixed
16/09/2017 10A 11.20 am Argentina vs. Parents
16/09/2017 3A 11.20 am Brazil vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10D 11.20 am Cameroon vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10E 11.20 am Chile vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10F 11.20 am Colombia vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10G 11.20 am Croatia vs. Parents
16/09/2017 10H 11.20 am France vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11A 11.20 am Germany vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11B 11.20 am Italy vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11C 11.20 am Ivory Coast vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11D 11.20 am Mexico vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11F 11.20 am Paraguay vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11G 11.20 am Portugal vs. Parents
16/09/2017 11H 11.20 am Spain vs. Parents
16/09/2017 3A 11.20 am TKU Silver vs. Parents
16/09/2017 3B 11.20 am TKU Teal vs. Parents
Girls
16/09/2017 9A 11.20 am Austria vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9B 11.20 am Belgium vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9C 11.20 am Netherlands vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9D 11.20 am Nigeria vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9E 11.20 am Poland vs. Parents
16/09/2017 9F 11.20 am Switzerland vs. Parents

** All teams on Field Breakdown

Pitch Layout

To download a copy of the 9th Grade Pitch Layout, click HERE

2018 Trial Dates

9th Grade Mixed External
Trail 1: Sunday 25th February 2018
Trail 2: Sunday 4th March 2018

Team Photographs

This season the purchase of a team photograph for Junior players will be optional and team photographs are likely to be taken at the Internal Junior Tournament.
Team photographs are likely to be handed out at Prize Giving.

Prize Giving

Prize giving for all Junior teams will be held on the last day of football in September, after the traditional end of season Kids vs Parents game.
All players are expected to attend, but they do not need to wear their club kit.

All gear bags issued to coaches and managers at the start of the season are returned at prize giving.

Player of the Day Awards

We are very pleased to welcome Little India into the team as a sponsor of our Junior footballer’s player of the day awards.
In each junior gear bag is a voucher to be awarded to the player of the day.