Under 15 Mixed

The club will be providing a number of opportunities for all under 15 players at the club during the 2016 season. This will assist players in transitioning from juniors to seniors. This page contains relevant information for players, coaches, managers and parents and will be updated as the preseason and season moves on.

Introduction

To assist senior coaches and managers at the club, Julian Chan has been appointed as the supervising development coach for the 2016 season. Julian will provide team coaches with coaching advice and resources to assist in their week to week and season long coaching plans.

The number of under 15 teams nominated by the club for the 2016 will depend on the number of registrations received. It is the clubs policy to provide a playing opportunity for all players registered by the 1st February 2016. In 2015 the club registered 3 under 15 teams and we are aiming for a similar number in 2016. Under 15 grading will take place on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons between 5pm and 6:30pm from 2 February to 11 February at Esher Street, prior to the allocation day on 14 February. Please see below for further details.

It is the clubs aim to provide all coaches and managers with the coaching qualifications needed to carry out their respective roles at the club. To assist in doing this the club has committed to reimbursing all coaches and managers for the cost of coaching courses. Further information can be obtained by emailing Julian - ttfcdoc@yahoo.com.au

Links to Senior Club

In 2016 the club will commence a program aimed at strengthening the ties between the Under 15 and senior Capital 3 players. It will provide opportunities for players to both meet and play with each other. This will be carried out in the form of mixed training sessions, small sided games and through participation by senior players in the Under 15 training sessions. It is hoped the program will establish a relationship between the Under 15 players and senior Capital 3 players and assist in transitioning the Under 15’s into senior football.

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 president@tarraginditigers.com.au if you can help.

Fees

Fees for 2017 are $425.


Registration Fees for the season cover the following:

  • Football Australia Fees
  • Football Queensland Fees
  • Football Brisbane Fees
  • Ball
  • Team Photo
  • Trophy
  • End of Season Presentation Evening
  • Weather permitting, 19 games in the season
  • All insurance coverage
  • Contribution to operating costs
  • Coaching Costs
  • Referee Fees

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

Registration

Registration opens January 4, 2016.

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 February 2016

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 for all U15 teams will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30pm to 6:30pm at HPSHS.

Training times and venues will be finalised this week as some sessions may be extended to 1.5 hours. Please see your coaches and managers for details.

Each team will be supplied with training kit consisting of bibs and cones. Other equipment will be available on the day like hurdles, ladders poles and goals.

Under 15 Clinics

The club will also be running a series of Under 15 clinics throughout the 2016 season. The clinics will aim to provide players with training sessions focused on specific footballing skills and systems of play to assist with their transition into senior football and specifically senior football at Tigers. These sessions will be run for free and invitations will be sent to all Under 15 players with relevant dates and times at the start of the 2016 season.

Season

The season starts on Sunday 13th March and finishes on Sunday 28th August. There is a game set down for Sunday 26th June which is the first weekend of the Mid-Year holidays.


Finals are set down for the weekends of 3rd and 10th September.

Games

On game day the teams will consist of a maximum 15 players with 11 players (including the goalkeeper) on the field at any one time. Games are played with 2 x 40 minute halves. The Under 15 players train and play with a size 5 ball. They play on a normal size field.

Offside rules are played.

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


For more information on the rules for the Under 15 games please click on the following link:

 

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 during the week starting Monday 18th April.

Presentation Evening

TBA

Wet Weather INforamtion

For any wet weather information please check website (www.tarraginditigers.com.au) 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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