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BELWEST FOXES SOCCER CLUB INC. P.O. BOX 155 KIPPAX ACT 2615 ABN 504 318 07345

www.belwestsoccer.com

Coaches and Managers Handbook Part A Committee and Support 2012

Position

Name

Phone No.

Mobile No.

E-Mail Address

President

Vacant

Vice President

Vacant

Treasurer

Stuart Wise

Secretary

Corrina Dodd

0423 852 825

secretary@belwestsoccer.com

Players Registrar Peewees, U7 & U8

Kathy Chick

0437 090 639

chick33@bigpond.com

Players Registrar U9, U10 & U11

Carolyn McPherson

0417 165 345

mcpherson@grapevine.com.au

Players Registrar U12 onwards

Pam Saunderson

6254 4518

0412 581 209

pam_jacky@optusnet.com

Equipment and Playing Strips

Toni Dodd

6254 1930

0409 910 412

adrianandtoni@bigpond.com

Junior League Rep

Stuart Boschert

0413 582 965

stuartboschert.yahoo.com

Communications Office

Vacant

Women’s League Rep

Kerrie Murray

0407 049 955

kerrie.murray@defence.gov.au

Senior League Rep

Sean McCaffrey

0403 881 187

sean@mccaffrey.com.au

BBQ Coordinator

Stuart Boschert

0413 582 965

stuartboschert@yahoo.com

Canteen Coordinator

Suzy O'Brien

0427 291 240

smobrien@iinet.net.au

Fundraising Coordinator

Simone Nichols

Futsal Coordinator

Manuela Wilsener

Girls and Boys Rep Coordinator

Vacant

Grounds/Fixtures

Brian Golledge

Merchandising

stuandmelwise@yahoo.com.au

6258 8173

6258 7902

6254 2628

simonenichols@y7mail.com 0402 353 762

Manuela.Wilsener@cit.edu.au

6254 4977

0422 630 665

briangolledge@yahoo.com.au

Toni Dodd

6254 1930

0409 910 412

adrianandtoni@bigpond.com

Points Registrar

Toni Dodd

6254 1930

0409 910 412

adrianandtoni@bigpond.com

Referee Allocations & Co-ordinator

Andrew Luck

0408 546 091

luckyandy10@hotmail.com

Rooball Co-ordinator

Vacant

Special Events

Vacant

Website

Stuart Wise

6258 8173

Season 2012

stuandmelwise@yahoo.com.au

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Table of Contents EQUIPMENT RETURN FOR END OF SEASON........................................................................................................ 2 SETTING UP OF FIELDS .............................................................................................................................................. 3 ACT NORTHSIDE CLUBS SMALL SIDED GAMES RULES................................................................................... 4 REFEREE FEE SCHEDULE - UNDER 10 TO UNDER 18......................................................................................... 6 TEAM ALLOCATION DAYS U10’S AND ABOVE .................................................................................................... 6 2012 NEW MATCHCARDS............................................................................................................................................ 7

EQUIPMENT RETURN FOR END OF SEASON

Return of all your equipment will be 15th September 2012 9:00am – 12:00pm at Latham Ovals

Make sure that all equipment is returned washed for equipment return - bibs, shirts etc Any team not returning equipment will not have trophies available at your presentation

All equipment that is required for return is listed in the front of your coaches and managers folder

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SETTING UP OF FIELDS It is the responsibility of the team’s Coaches and Managers to set up and remove the nets and corner flags (goals and cones in the case of Rooball). In general, the first team to play sets up and the last team on that ground removes. This applies to half and full field games, there may not be another game after yours and you are to please refer to the notice board at the ground for any special instructions. Rooball equipment is normally available from within the compound and should be returned to the same area. All competitive equipment is normally laid out ready for setting up behind the goals and it is expected to be replaced in the trailer at the end of the day. A Club delegate will check that fields are dressed properly before commencement of play. Please note it is Club policy that the highest aged group team and/or division is generally allocated to field one for their game on match days.

THE CLUB CAN BE FINED FOR NOT SETTING UP GROUNDS CORRECTLY All teams need to check the notice board each week; this will advise which teams will be setting up and taking down or both. ROOBALL - When and where possible all goals will be available from the compound area for your games – if the goals are not out in the compound please obtain them from the storage area. Under 7’s – Use the small 2 panelled blue goals and markers to set up your field. Please return the goals and markers to the compound area at the completion of the game. Under 8’s - Use the 3 panel blue goals and markers to set up your field. Under 9’s use the same size goals and field. U9’s to remove goals and markers and return to the compound area at the completion of the game. Under 10’s - Use the 4 panel blue goals and markers to set up your field. Under 11’s use the same size goals and field. U11’s to remove goals and markers and return to the compound area at the completion of the game.

Again please remember to check the notice board – This will advise if you will need to setup and take down your playing field. COACHES AND MANAGERS ARE ASKED TO HAVE PARENTS ORGANISED FOR THE SETTING UP OF FIELDS AND TAKING DOWN AND TO REMEMBER THAT ANOTHER GAME COULD BE FOLLOWING AND IT WILL NEED SETTING UP BY THAT TEAM – SO PLEASE BE QUICK. COMPETITIVE – Under 12’s who play at the earlier time slot will need to set up the field and the team who plays the last game of the day will be required to remove the nets and corner flags and return to the trailer or back to Latham if playing at Scullin.

Again please remember to check the notice board – This will advise if you will need to setup and take down your playing field. Note: Games must start on time, any delay in setting up of the ground or teams being ready to play will result in YOUR MATCH being cut short, so give yourself at least 30 minutes before match time. Season 2012

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ACT NORTHSIDE CLUBS SMALL SIDED GAMES RULES Inter-club games between Belsouth, Belwest, Burgmann, Gungahlin, Radford and Yass for U7, U8 and U9’s are played according to the FIFA Laws of the Game with the below rule modifications, unless otherwise specified. This Guide summarises the rules for U7-U11 matches which are covered by the FFA/Capital Football rules for Small Sided Games. The Guide has no standing other than for internal use but is provided to assist coaches, managers and parents to understand the rules

Under 7 Field Sizes

Goal Size Goal Type Penalty Area Centre Circle No. of Players

2&3

Goalkeeper

On Field Coaches Interchange Game Duration Half Time Break Ball Size Match Cards Numbered Shirts

Offside

Free Kicks Restarts for a free 4 kick Penalty Kicks Slide Tackles

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Under 10 & 11 ½ full pitch Min: 60m x 40m Max: 70m x 50m

YES Unlimited, from near halfway, any time during play

¼ full size pitch Min:40m x 30m Max: 50m x 40m Markers or painted lines 2.5m x 2.0m (min) 3.6m x 2.0m (max) Marker, Poles, Goals 5m long x 12m wide 4.5m radius 7 max, 5 min YES, must throw or roll the ball or play it on the ground with their feet. When the goalkeeper has possession of the ball the opposition must retire 4.5 metres. A goalkeeper has possession of the ball if they have placed it on the ground inside the penalty area, ready to kick it into play. N/A Unlimited, from near halfway, any time during play

U7 - 2 x 15 minutes

2 x 20 minutes

2 x 25 minutes

5 minutes (max) Size 3 Not Required Not Required No offside - Consistent with the Game Leader concept, the referee will encourage fair play and discourage practices which give a team an unfair advantage such as placing attackers in front of unguarded goals or defenders in walls in front of goals, attackers being blatantly and consistently between the goal and the last defender or using quasigoalkeepers. Indirect Opposition to retire 4.5m from the ball

5 minutes (max) Size 3 Not Required Not Required

5 minutes (max) Size 4 Not Required Not Required

No offside - Consistent with the Game Leader concept, the referee will encourage fair play and discourage practices which give a team an unfair advantage – such as players being blatantly and consistently between the goal and the last defender.

NO

YES : from 8m directly in front of goal. All other players to be outside the penalty area and 4.5m from the ball.

NO

NO

For a goal to be awarded following any restart of play the ball must touch another player before entering the goal. A goal will not be awarded if a kick from the attacker’s half has not touched a second player of the same team before entering the goal.

For a goal to be awarded following any restart of play (other than for a penalty kick) the ball must touch another player before entering the goal. A goal will not be awarded if a kick from the attacker’s half has not touched a second player of the same team before entering the goal.

30m x 20m

Field Markings

Goals

Under 8 & 9

Markers or painted lines 1.5m x 0.9m (min) 2.4m x 1.2m (max) Marker, Poles, Goals Not required 4.5m radius 5

NO

Indirect except penalty kicks Opposition to retire 4.5m from the ball

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Markers or painted lines 3.6m x 2.0m (min) 5.0m x 2.0m (max) Marker, Poles, Goals 5m long x 12m wide 4.5m radius 9 max, 7 min

YES, must throw or roll the ball to release it, or play it on the ground with their feet.

N/A Unlimited, from near halfway, any time during play

No offside

Indirect except penalty kicks Opposition to retire 4.5m from the ball YES : from 8m directly in front of goal. All other players to be outside the penalty area and 4.5m from the ball. Apply LOTG

Apply LOTG

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Under 8 & 9

Under 10 & 11

Kick-off

From centre, must pass the ball, cannot score directly from a kickoff

Under 7

From centre, must pass the ball, cannot score directly from a kick-off

From centre, must pass the ball, cannot score directly from a kickoff

Goal kicks

From goal line, may kick pass or dribble the ball, opposition to retire to the halfway line

From anywhere in penalty area, cannot touch twice, opposition retires 4.5m

From anywhere in penalty area, cannot touch twice, opposition retires 4.5m

Corner kicks

From near the corner opposition to retire 4.5m from ball

From near the corner opposition to retire 4.5m from ball

From near the corner opposition to retire 4.5m from ball

Throw-In’s Kick-In’s

Players may use a throw-in or a kick-in to return the ball to play. Both should be taken from behind the side line with the opposition retiring 4.5m. After the second throw-in attempt play will continue.

Ball will be Thrown-In Two attempts by player

U10 -Two attempts by player U11 – One attempt

Misconduct – minor offence

Have the coach talk to the player off the field about the infringement, the player may be replaced.

Have the coach talk to the player off the field about the infringement. The player may be replaced

Have the coach talk to the player off the field about the infringement. The player may be replaced

Misconduct – 6 major offence

Send the player off for the remainder of the match. The player may be replaced

Send the player off for the remainder of the match, the player may be replaced

Send the player off for the remainder of the match, the player may be replaced

Not applicable

A goal shall NOT be awarded

U10 - a goal shall NOT be awarded U11 – a goal shall be awarded.

Game Leader or Beginning Junior Referee

Instructing Referee

Instructing Referee

Goalkeeper walking into own goal with the ball Referee

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Notes (U7-U11): 1. Players Equipment: A player taking the field of play should not wear anything that is dangerous to themselves or another player. This includes, but is not limited to, caps or hats with hard brims (other than goalkeepers), plaster or fibreglass casts and any jewellery (which must be removed, not taped). Medi-Alert bracelets must be taped if worn. Boots or training shoes and shin guards must be worn and the shin guards must be fully covered by socks. 2. Goalkeepers: Goalkeepers may not punt kick or drop kick the ball directly from their hands. In U10-U11 during open play attackers may challenge for the ball when the goalkeeper has placed the ball on the ground to kick it. 3. Goalkeepers holding the ball for more than 6 seconds: Goal keepers should be encouraged to release the ball early rather than being penalised. 4. Free Kicks: Indirect free kicks for offences occurring inside the penalty area (U9-U11) shall be taken from the nearest point on the front of the penalty area closest to where the offence occurred. 5. Penalty Kicks: These are awarded for any offence under Law 12 that would normally result in a direct free kick. Coaches should rotate penalty takers through their respective teams. 6. Misconduct – major offence: Referees should forward the report to their Referee Coordinator for distribution to the player’s club. The player’s club is to take any administrative action. 7. Referees Role: Referees introduce players to a slightly more formal approach but still adopt a Game Leader approach - fun, relaxed, explaining rules as required and allowing games to flow. For U7-U9 matches, referees are to be paid by the home club.

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REFEREE FEE SCHEDULE - UNDER 10 TO UNDER 18 REFEREES AND ASSISTANT REFEREES It is the desire of all clubs to have referees appointed for all games, sometimes this is not the case and you may find that there is no referee appointed to your game. Should a referee not be in attendance, then the visiting team has first choice in nominating a referee, it is important that a referee is decided upon by mutual agreement of both Managers. This referee then assumes full control as if he/she is a fully qualified referee. This rule also applies when playing away, and we assume the visiting role so please ensure that whoever referees is competent as it is in your team’s best interests. The Coach or Manager is the only person allowed to approach a referee. It is hoped to provide qualified Assistants for all Division One games at home. Sometimes this is not possible, and you may be asked to provide an Assistant prior to kick off. The volunteer must check with the referee as to what he/she is to do. There are courses specifically designed for people who only wish to be Assistants, if you are interested, and it is in your best interest to have as many qualified people with you as possible, check with the club for the next course dates. When playing at home the Referee and Assistants are paid half the stated fee by the Club. When playing away the Manager must pay half the stated fee to the Referee and Assistants for all games. If you have to pay fees then you make a claim to the Club for Reimbursement. Claims must be made on a claim form and may be collected from the canteen. Only officially appointed Referees and Assistants are entitled to be paid half the stated fee. Referees and Assistant Referees at Junior Games shall be paid prior to the commencement of the game, with each competing team liable for half the fee(s) due.

Game Referee $

Assistant Referee $

Under 18

$44.00

$22.00

Under 16

$38.00

$19.00

Under 15

$34.00

$17.00

Under 14

$30.00

$15.00

Under 13

$26.00

$13.00

Under 12

$22.00

$11.00

Under 11

$16.00

$8.00

Under 10

$14.00

$7.00

Age Groups

Note: You only pay half of the stated fee.

TEAM ALLOCATION DAYS U10’S AND ABOVE Capital Football runs teams from U10 upwards by year and divisions. Accordingly, players from U10 upwards who wish to be considered for selection in a team playing at a more competitive level are asked to attend the Belwest team allocation days in order for Belwest to assess the most appropriate level of competition for them. Social division players and younger players (U9 and below) will be placed in teams according to friendship groups, schools and residential address. All efforts will be made to group friends together. If you are unable to attend a team allocation day but still wish to be assessed, please contact your registrar.

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2012 NEW MATCHCARDS This year will see the roll out of a new matchcard pad from Capital Football, They have been updated so it will “flow” better and should make it easier for everyone to fill out correctly. Below is a picture of the new match card filled out as a sample. As we have a few old ones left over you may still use last season’s match cards, so there isn’t too much wastage. Details on the completion are found in Part B of the coaches and managers folder.

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Coaches and Managers 2012 Part A  

Coaches and Managers 2012 Part A

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