Juniors (12-16yrs)

Introduction

In 2018, Tarragindi Tigers have created a Football Director role and appointed Julian Chan to the position.  Julian will supervise the development of coaches and players for this age group.  All coaches will be provided with the relevant coaching qualifications for this age group and ongoing support from the club.

 

Football Brisbane will provide referees for matches. In the event Football Brisbane are unable to allocate a referee the club will attempt to allocate a club referee.

The creation of teams in this age group will depend on the number of registrations received. It is the policy of the Club to attempt to provide an opportunity to play football for all players who are registered by the 1st February.


Should we have more than 15 players registered for any U12 to U16 team then we will run a grading session to select the teams. 

Grading Trials for the Under 12 age group have been set down by Football Brisbane for weekends of the 24 February 2018 and 3 March 2018 to ensure teams are playing in the correct divisions.

Registration

Registration open 9 January 2018.

 

Please follow the instructions on the first page of our website. Club registration and payment is to be completed through the link on the first page of the website. You will need to then follow the instructions to register through the MyFootballClub website.

 

To ensure a place in a team you must complete registration process by 16th February 2018.

Season

Grading games for the under 12 age group  start on the weekend of the 24 February 2018 and continues the following weekend. There is no grading for U13 to U16 age groups.

The season is 18 home and away fixtures starting on Saturday 17 March with Grand Final Weekend scheduled from 14th September.

 

Catch up matches, if required, are scheduled for Saturday 30 June and 31 August 2018.



Fees

2018 Registration Fee: $450

 

Registration Fees for the season cover the following:

§  Football Australia Fees

§  Football Queensland Fees

§  Football Brisbane Fees

§  Team Photo

§  Participation medal

§  End of season presentation evening

§  18 games in the season, weather permitting

§  Insurance

§  Contribution to operating costs

§  Coaching Costs

§  Referee Fees

 

Tarragindi Tigers FC does not charge match fees on top of registration.

Uniform

Tarragindi Tigers training uniform consists of the following:


  • Tarrgindi Tigers shirt $TBC
  • Black shorts $TBC, 
  • Tarragindi Tigers green socks $TBC.
  • Shin Guards


All the above uniform items are available on information day Monday 8th February and Team Allocation day on Sunday 14th February at 9.00am or online at our shop


**All players must where football boots and shin guards when training or playing a game.

Teams

The team will consist of a minimum of 14 players up to a maximum of 16 players. 

Training

Training schedule to be confirmed.

U12 GAMES

In 2018, U12 competition will be played in a 9v9 format on a smaller field.  It is believed that this format will encourage further development of the "4 key skills" of the game while allowing multiple opportunities for all players to demonstrate their skills.


U12 games are played in 2 x 25 minute halves.

U12s use a size 4 ball.

U13 to U16 GAMES

On game day the teams will consist of a maximum 16 players with 11 players (including the goalkeeper) on the field at any one time. 


Games times as below;

U13 play 2 x 30 minute halves. 

U14 play 2 x 35 minute halves

U15 play 2 x 40 minute halves

U16 play 2 x 45 minute halves


U13s use a size 4 football.

U14s and above play with a size 5 football.


Offside rules are played.

Games will be played against local teams on a Saturday morning. Our home games will be held at Esher Street.

Team Photos

Team photos will be taken in your teams training time in the week of 30 April 2018 to 3 May 2018.

Presentation Evening

TBA


Please ensure you mark this date in your diary now!

Wet Weather INformation

For any wet weather information please check website (www.tarraginditigers.com.au) or Facebook page. As soon as a decision is made about wet weather training / games cancellations our website and Facebook page will be updated.

Community Club

TTFC is a community club run by volunteers. We require your support in a variety of ways so we can continue to keep kicking goals together. There are a number of ways in which you can help and every little bit counts – various volunteer roles including; team manager, team coach, canteen duty, BBQ duty, and working bees. The Committee meets once a month for a couple of hours and is always looking for anyone who would have an interest in the future development of the club. We are always looking for individuals who may have time to help organise activities at the club. Some of the currently vacant positions can be found here. If your interested in assisting with an occupied position please let us know we are sure they wouldn't mind some help.

Please contact the Chairman on chairman@tarraginditigers.com.au if you can help.

CODE OF CONDUCT

Our club requires all members follow FFA's Code of Conducts. Details of these codes can be clicking on the links below: 

§  Code of Conduct for Players

§   Code of Conduct for Parents and Spectators

§   Code of Conduct for Coaches and Managers

Parent Duties

As a volunteer-based club, it is necessary for all families to get involved.  This includes parents taking their turn in the “fruit and jersey” rosters throughout the season.  Team managers will organise rosters for parents to bring fruit (eg watermelon, oranges) to the game, and to take the jerseys, as a full kit home to wash.  Junior players are not to take individual jerseys home – they are to stay as a kit in order to have them together and to avoid one jersey fading at a different rate to others.

Training sessions and games are not to be treated as free baby-sitting services.  Whilst all coaches have a blue card, and have taken on a role of coaching the children, players are the sole responsibility of the parent.  NO child is to be left in the care and supervision of a coach. In times of sudden wet weather cancellations mid-training, it is distressing for both coach and child when a parent is not present and is not able to be contacted immediately.  Many teams, via the manager, create a team contact list, in order for busy parents to car-pool or help with supervision.  This is up to the team and parents, and is to remain strictly within the team – no contact details are to be given without consent.

Parents, as with players and coaches, are required to adhere to the codes of conduct.


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