Aldi MiniRoos Under 6 - 11


In 2017 Tarragindi Tigers will introduce a supervising development coach for this age group. The supervising development coach will be able to provide team coaches with advice and coaching drills. All coaches will be provided with the relevant coaching qualifications for this age group. A volunteer game leader / coach is required. The volunteer parent will take the team on game days and on training days. Each team will also need to appoint a Volunteer Team Manager. The Club will provide a game leader for home games.

Community Club

The Tarragindi Tigers Football Club is a community club and is run by volunteers. We require your support in a variety of ways if our club is to provide the facilities we would like our children to enjoy. There are a number of ways in which you can help – 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 also looking for individuals who may have time to help organise activities at the Club. Some of the currently vacant positions can be found here.

Ways To Help The Club

Please contact the President on if you can help.

Information evening for new players

Club members will be available to answer any questions you may have about MiniRoos on Saturday 28th January at Holland Park State High School Hall from 10am - 1pm

Kick Off Programs

In 2017 the Tarragindi Tigers Football Club is offering a number of Kick Off Programs. These will run for 9 weeks with the first program starting on March 17th. They will be held on a Friday night at Esher Street from 5.45pm to 6.30pm.
There are the following programs:

Kick Off 4 - 6 years: This program for 4 - 6 year old boys and girls will introduce them to the skills of football in small groups. This replaces the Squirts program that was run in 2016.

Kick Off 7 - 9 years: This program for 7 - 9 year old boys and girls will introduce them to the skills of football for players not wanting to play club fixtures in the MiniRoos competition.

Kick Off for Girls: This program for 4 - 9 year old girls will introduce them to the skills of football for players not wanting to play in mixed competitions.

Development Squad

All MiniRoo players are invited to become part of the development squad. The development squad will be run on Monday afternoon from 5.45pm to 6.30pm starting on Monday 24th April.

There is no cost to become involved in the development squad and information regarding participation will be provided once teams have been organised.

The development squad will be organised by our head coaches.


Fees for 2017 are $350. (except for Komodo Dragon Players. Please click here for further information)

Registration Fees for the season cover the following:

  • Football Australia Fees
  • Football Queensland Fees
  • Football Brisbane Fees
  • Ball
  • Team Photo
  • Trophy
  • End of Season Carnival
  • Weather permitting, 19 games in the season
  • All insurance coverage
  • Contribution to operating costs
  • Coaching Costs
  • Home Games will have a Club Referee appointed

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


Registration opens January 9, 2017.

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 1st March 2017.


Tarragindi Tigers training uniform consists of the following:

  • Tarrgindi Tigers shirt $25
  • Black shorts $22
  • Tarragindi Tigers green socks $14
  • Shin Guards $11

All the above uniform items are available on information day Saturday 28th January and Team Allocation day on Sunday 5th March or online at our shop

The clothing shop will be open most training nights from March 6th.

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


Our teams consist of a minimum of 8 players up to a maximum of 10-12 players (depending on age group). Wherever possible we will place friends together in the same team. If your son / daughter wishes to play with their friends please indicate this in the registration process by listing the name of their friends in the Player Details form.

Team Allocation Day

Team Allocation for all MiniRoo teams will be held at Esher Street on Sunday 5th March. Times will be sent out closer to the date.

Team allocation is a get together where parents find out team placement and meet fellow players. A volunteer coach and manager are appointed. Teams will not be permitted to start training until those positions are filled.


Details to come


The season starts on Saturday 18th March and finishes on Saturday 19th August. The Club's breakup carnival will be held on Sunday 10th September.  Please note there is a game on the first weekend of the Easter holidays.There are no games on all the other weekends of the Easter and Mid-Year holidays.

Fixtures for the season are organised by Football Brisbane and available on their website. Most games are scheduled between 8.30am and 10.30am on a Saturday morning.

Canteen / BBQ Duties

Each team will be expected to complete canteen and BBQ duties on a Saturday morning  throughout the season. A roster will be provided before the start of the season. The manager of your team will then organise when parents will staff canteen or BBQ.

Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct for players

On joining this Club you accept on behalf of your son / daughter the FFA’s Code of Conduct for players. Details of this code can be clicking on the link below: 

Code of Conduct for Parents / Spectators

On joining this Club you accept the FFA’s Code of Conduct for parents and spectators. Details of this code can be clicking on the link below:


Code of Conduct for Coaches / Managers

On accepting the role of Team Coach or Team Manager of this Club you accept the FFA’s Code of Conduct for coaches and managers. Details of this code can be clicking on the link below:

Parent Duties

Nutritionists recommend teams bring Frogs, Snakes, or Jelly Beans that contain no artificial flavours or colours for half time.  Check with other parents if they are happy for their children to eat these type of foods. Otherwise oranges can be eaten at halftime. Most teams in the past have organised a roster where parents take turns to supply the halftime energy boosts for the team.

The Club will provide sets of jerseys and bibs to the team a roster is arranged so that parents take turns to wash the set of jerseys in preparation for the next game.

Team Photos

Team photos will be taken in your teams training time in the week of 1st May to 4th May.

End of Season carnival

The end of season carnival will be held on Sunday 10th September from 9am to 2pm. The carnival will consist of a number of games spread over the morning. After the carnival trophies and photos will be presented to the players. Rides, food and drinks will be available for this celebration of our season. 

Please ensure you mark this date in your diary now!

Wet Weather INforamtion

For any wet weather information please check website ( before leaving home as it will have all the updates. As soon as a decision is made about training / games the information is placed on our website.

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