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CLUB COACHING POSITIONS

 

Canberra FC 

Expressions of interest for 2018 Coaches

Canberra FC is seeking expressions of interest for football coaches interested in coaching NPL, WPL and junior teams in the 2018 outdoor season. Candidates for all positions are advised that trials for Canberra FC teams are scheduled for November 2017. EOI’s can be emailed to td.canberrafc@gmail.com. Please include Name, past coaching experience, coaching qualifications and the grade/age you would like to coach.

Gundaroo FC

Gundaroo Football Club are looking for a Division 3 manager to take charge next season. The club is moving forward and have received a major grant to upgrade the playing facilities over the next couple of years.

Contact Stuart Dignall via email or Mobile: 0474201320

Belconnen United

Belconnen United are seeking Expressions of Interest for Coaching Programs within their Women’s football department.

Details here – RSVP by 20/10/17 to wpltd@bluedevilsfc.com

Belconnen United are seeking Expressions of Interest for Coaching Programs within their Men’s football department.

Details here

Express interest here by 29/9/17

 

 

Woden Valley Soccer Club

Woden Valley Soccer Club is looking for players and coaches to help with entering teams in Capital Football State League level 1 – 3* competitions for season 2018.

Full details here – Contact the club by 10/10/17

 

CLUB TRIALS

Tuggeranong United – NPLW

Tuggeranong United have released information relating to trials for their 2018 Women’s National Premier League teams.

Trials will commence on November 8th and more information is available here.

Gungahlin United NPL

Trials for Gungahlin United NPL squads for Season 2018 have begun and more information can be found here.

Monaro Panthers NPL

Monaro Panthers have released the below information regarding trials for their 2018 NPL teams.

Woden-Weston NPL

Information has been released regarding players looking to trial for the 2018 Woden-Weston NPL and NPLW Programs. More information and contact details can be found here.

Belconnen United NPLW

Trial information is now available for players interested in trialling for the 2018 Belconnen United Women’s National Premier League program.

More information and contact details can be found here.

Gundaroo FC

Gundaroo Football Club are looking for players of all abilities to join our growing club. They have teams in 3 divisions ranging from the bottom to near the top so all standards of player are welcome, training is not compulsory if you are playing at the lowest grade but all players are welcome to train.

Gundaroo Football Club is growing at a rapid pace and have moved from 1 to 3 teams over the past couple of years. The club have been accepted for a big grant and the playing facilities will be improved over the next couple of years.

Contact Stuart Dignall via email or Mobile: 0474201320

 

Capital football POSITIONS

Game Development – Development Officers

Capital Football

ACT & Region

April 9, 2017

Capital Football occasionally require casual part time Development Officers to fill the following roles in a rapidly expanding and innovative Game Development program.

2018 Talent Support Program & ACT Representative Head Coaches

Capital Football

Deakin, ACT

August 28, 2017

The Capital Football Performance Department is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified coaches who would like to apply for the position of Capital Football Talent Support Program (TSP) Head Coach/ACT Representative Head Coach for the following age groups:

  • U13, U14 and U15 (National Youth Championships/National Training Centre Challenges)
  • U17 (TSP only)

The Capital Football TSP is a new initiative being introduced in 2018 to replace the CUA boys program. Players will train and play with their NPL club and Capital Football will provide supplementary weekly training sessions as well as arrange friendly games against A.League/interstate NPL clubs throughout the season. On average, the TSP teams will train twice/week throughout the year.

The above-mentioned National Championships/Training Centre Challenges are conducted as part of the Talent Identification process for future Australian Youth representative teams.

2018 Canberra United Academy Girls Head Coaches

Capital Football

Deakin, ACT

October 18, 2017

The Capital Football Performance Department is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified coaches who would like to apply for the position of Canberra United Academy (CUA) Girls Head Coach for the following age groups:

  • U13
  • U14
  • U15
  • U17

The CU Academy represents the Capital Football High Performance Program for girls. All teams play in the NPL for Women and Girls, and train 3-4 times per week with games on weekends. CUA underpins the Westfield W-League team and provides a pathway for talented players.

CUA coaches are suitably qualified and are committed to providing the best possible training environment for the players to reach their potential. The CU Academy caters for players from the ACT and the surrounding region.

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