Futsal

Futsal Information 

Registration for Futsal has now closed.

Monday’s 5 and 6-year-olds (mixed): 4- 5 pm – begins Monday, 6 August 2018

Tuesday’s Mixed Girls and Boys (ages 7 to 17):  – between 4 – 9 pm – exact times will be determined by registration – we will start with the youngest age groups.  – begins, Tuesday, 7 August 2018

Game information

Players will be on the same team and play at the same time each week.

Team managers for teams are listed at the bottom of each team.

If team managers could manage subs during the games, that would be appreciated.

For any team without managers, please if you could help with the substitutions on a game day, that would be appreciated.

Game times depend on age. Youngest players play in the earlier time slots. Details of what times a player and which teams will be communicated prior to the first game via email.

Teams have been set up with the intention of trying to make all teams fair and equal; there may be some adjustments in the first few weeks if it becomes apparent this is not the case.

Be mindful that this isn’t the world cup and the aim is for all the players to have a good experience.

Playing equipment

Shin pads and shoes with non-marking soles are compulsory.

FTC

 
FTC is the NZ Football Talent Centre for players at a generally higher level who have aspirations to play for NZ. For more information on the NZ Football “Whole of Football” plan for youth and juniors, please click the following link 
 
To be considered for the Queenstown FTC programme, please email Jamie Whitmarsh at info@queenstownfootball.com
 
Wednesdays
Football Talent Centre: Field 6 – The Events Centre
11-14yrs
All existing players will be accepted automatically.  Please contact the club if you would like further information.
Cost: $85 per term
Start date: 24th July
4:00 – 5:00

 

Player Development School (PDS)

Registration for PDS is now closed.  Timings are still listed below for your information.

Fridays
Player Development School: The Events Centre
9-10yrs 4.00pm – 5.00pm
11-13yrs 5.00pm – 6.00pm
Registration will be live on our website next week
Cost: $100
Start date: tbc for Term 4

 

 

 

 

Central Otago Reps

If you are interested in playing Central Otago Representative Football, please see the COFA website below:

http://www.sporty.co.nz/centralotagofootballassn

2018 Football in the Mountains – Queenstown is hosting the 19th Grade SOUTH ISLAND YOUTH FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Tournament on the 11th through 13th of October. 

For more information and to register for the tournament, please see the link below. 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1k3n9cstoeEvRJqsAg4LyjGjLs8oLlekIRhWA6706F04/edit?usp=sharing

Southern United Academy

Please click on the link  below for information in relation to the Southern Utd Academy 2018 for GIRLS.

 

INFO for SUA Girls Programme

This programme is for Girls born (2002s, 2003s – 16s) and (2004s, 2005s – 14s).

 *** Registration Link for Trials below ***

Southern United Academy:

The Southern United Academy is the new Talent Development Programme (TDP) in the Football South region replacing the previous FTC programme. The SU Academy Girls Programme will be lead by Southern Utd Womens Head Coach Terry Parle, alongside Terry, FDOs and additional qualified coaches from around the Football South region will assist with coaching the x2 squads.

Identified players at each age group will be selected from all around the Football South region to be a part of the SU Academy Programme. The aim is to select identified and enthusiastic players to squads of 16-26 players at each age group (see below list of age grades) to train together in a high-quality environment & play matches against quality opposition on a regular basis throughout the year leading to National Age Group Tournament in December 2018 (Dec 12th – 16th).

Once selected, SU Academy players will train on selected dates, alongside the best players in their age group enabling them to learn and develop in a competitive and challenging environment. We want to improve the quality of our players across all levels of the game, leading to a higher quantity of players realising their potential from the Football South region. Players will be expected to attend ALL sessions and matchdays when selected to the SU Academy. We recognise there may be occasional clashes and other pre-planned commitments i.e. family occasions, school trips etc. If this is the case players shall be excused but the player MUST inform the head coach well in advance. If a player continually misses sessions and matchdays for other commitments, they will be released from the SU Academy. We need to be clear in communicating the Southern Utd academy is not a pick and choose opportunity, players are expected to attend all sessions and when and where they are unavailable this should be communicated to the coaching staff as early as possible.

SU Academy – What’s New ? *Full Schedule to be confirmed*

Federation wide squads (e.g. NAGT squads year-round).
Regional wide training programme, with sessions in all regions of Football South.
Extended football season, covering 4 terms of the calendar.
1day sessions, day camps and travel opportunities throughout the year.
Increased number of high quality matches throughout the year instead of numerous FTC training sessions with no match opportunities.
An increase in training/ contact hours.
Physio support.
Additional player development support
Player and Parent workshops.
Strength and Conditioning support.

Selection Process:

There are 2 ways for players will be selected for the SU Academy

1: Attend at least 1 of the 3 Trial dates to gain selection, or (we encourage attending as many trial days as possible)

2:Players may be identified throughout the year and invited onto the programme from Club or School teams or Regional Development Centres.

Note:

Players may ‘enter’ and ‘exit’ the Academy squads over the course of the year depending on many factors e.g. players spotted in club games or regional centres may be asked to join the academy, players with poor attendance, bad attitude or lack of engagement may exit the academy. In addition to this selection process, SU Academy coaches will be observing club games, school games over the course of the season and linking in with the Regional Development Programmes throughout the federation

Regional Development Programmes:

Queenstown: Jamie Whitmarsh

Wanaka: Ian Bell

Southland: Ignacio Sande

South Canterbury: TBC

Otago: Tessa Nicol

The Girls Academy age groups are as follows:

Girls – 16s & 14s (girls born in 2002, 2003s & 2004, 2005s)

What will be the ‘make-up’ of selected squads?

The squads selected will be balanced position specific squads e.g. a balance of Goalkeepers, Defenders, Midfielders and Attackers. The selection staff will also look to ensure a balance of right: left footed players and we will also assess the month of birth breakdown within each squad.
Players may be asked to play in different positions throughout trials and within the programme.

*** Trial Registration Link ***

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdb4cSsT4eHihwzOjpm9NYnYhe6ScZ8Zt046xYPc6uG0FeM4w/viewform

TRIALS – INFORMATION

Day/ Date: Time Activity: Venue:

Sunday, April 29th 09:30 – 11:30 Session/ Trial 1 Logan Park, Dunedin (meet at Union St dressing rooms at 09:00-09:15)

Saturday, May 5th 10:00 – 12:30 Session/ Trial 2 Wanaka Rec Centre (meet at Wanaka Rec Centre dressing rooms at 09:30-09:45)

Sunday, May 13th 09:30 – 11:30 Session/ Trial 3 Logan Park, Dunedin (meet at Union St dressing rooms at 09:00-09:15)

We encourage players to attend as many of the trial opportunities as possible, we expect all players to attend at least 1 of the trial dates on offer.

GIRLS ACADEMY TRAINING SCHEDULE:

Please NOTE:

1: The schedule for the girls programme will be distributed when squads are selected, please see the information below as to the provisional schedules. When we have completed the trial process and we’re fully aware of both the number of players and location they live we’ll then distribute a schedule.

We would like to run with x2 groups (14s and 16s) with each group having 20+ players, however if the numbers registering are low we’ll be committing to running this programme that might be with x2 smaller groups or x1 combined group – please spread the word and encourage interested players to register and attend trials.

Schedule/ Cost:

April & May: x3 Trial Sessions

June – Sept x7 Sessions (Sundays) & x1 3day/ 2night Camp in July School Holidays (Dunedin via billet)

Cost: $250 per player for phase 1 (until Sept 15th/16th)

Central Otago based Players:

Central Otago based players;

encouraged to attend the Central Otago trial date (May 5th).

As the majority of Central Otago players will play Sunday football (in COFA league and with Queenstown AFC) we are happy that you attend only the Saturday trial session in Wanaka – please indicate this on the registration form – Thank You.

Once squads are confirmed we’ll assess the number of Central Otago players selected.
Central Otago players will continue to train and play in COFA/ Queenstown AFC until their season has finished, when and where possible attending Academy sessions. Its expected that the Central players would attend the Camp in July. On confirmation of squads we’ll engage with parents to find the best fit for players within Central with a clash of matchday.

If you require any further information contact Paul O’Reilly – details below

Regards,

Paul O Reilly

021-908260

paul.fdm@footballsouth.co.nz

INFO for SUA Girls Programme

This programme is for Girls born (2002s, 2003s – 16s) and (2004s, 2005s – 14s).

 *** Registration Link for Trials below ***

Southern United Academy:

The Southern United Academy is the new Talent Development Programme (TDP) in the Football South region replacing the previous FTC programme. The SU Academy Girls Programme will be lead by Southern Utd Womens Head Coach Terry Parle, alongside Terry, FDOs and additional qualified coaches from around the Football South region will assist with coaching the x2 squads.

Identified players at each age group will be selected from all around the Football South region to be a part of the SU Academy Programme. The aim is to select identified and enthusiastic players to squads of 16-26 players at each age group (see below list of age grades) to train together in a high-quality environment & play matches against quality opposition on a regular basis throughout the year leading to National Age Group Tournament in December 2018 (Dec 12th – 16th).

Once selected, SU Academy players will train on selected dates, alongside the best players in their age group enabling them to learn and develop in a competitive and challenging environment. We want to improve the quality of our players across all levels of the game, leading to a higher quantity of players realising their potential from the Football South region. Players will be expected to attend ALL sessions and matchdays when selected to the SU Academy. We recognise there may be occasional clashes and other pre-planned commitments i.e. family occasions, school trips etc. If this is the case players shall be excused but the player MUST inform the head coach well in advance. If a player continually misses sessions and matchdays for other commitments, they will be released from the SU Academy. We need to be clear in communicating the Southern Utd academy is not a pick and choose opportunity, players are expected to attend all sessions and when and where they are unavailable this should be communicated to the coaching staff as early as possible.

SU Academy – What’s New ? *Full Schedule to be confirmed*

Federation wide squads (e.g. NAGT squads year-round).
Regional wide training programme, with sessions in all regions of Football South.
Extended football season, covering 4 terms of the calendar.
1day sessions, day camps and travel opportunities throughout the year.
Increased number of high quality matches throughout the year instead of numerous FTC training sessions with no match opportunities.
An increase in training/ contact hours.
Physio support.
Additional player development support
Player and Parent workshops.
Strength and Conditioning support.

Selection Process:

There are 2 ways for players will be selected for the SU Academy

1: Attend at least 1 of the 3 Trial dates to gain selection, or (we encourage attending as many trial days as possible)

2:Players may be identified throughout the year and invited onto the programme from Club or School teams or Regional Development Centres.

Note:

Players may ‘enter’ and ‘exit’ the Academy squads over the course of the year depending on many factors e.g. players spotted in club games or regional centres may be asked to join the academy, players with poor attendance, bad attitude or lack of engagement may exit the academy. In addition to this selection process, SU Academy coaches will be observing club games, school games over the course of the season and linking in with the Regional Development Programmes throughout the federation

Regional Development Programmes:

Queenstown: Jamie Whitmarsh

Wanaka: Ian Bell

Southland: Ignacio Sande

South Canterbury: TBC

Otago: Tessa Nicol

The Girls Academy age groups are as follows:

Girls – 16s & 14s (girls born in 2002, 2003s & 2004, 2005s)

What will be the ‘make-up’ of selected squads?

The squads selected will be balanced position specific squads e.g. a balance of Goalkeepers, Defenders, Midfielders and Attackers. The selection staff will also look to ensure a balance of right: left footed players and we will also assess the month of birth breakdown within each squad.
Players may be asked to play in different positions throughout trials and within the programme.

*** Trial Registration Link ***

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdb4cSsT4eHihwzOjpm9NYnYhe6ScZ8Zt046xYPc6uG0FeM4w/viewform

TRIALS – INFORMATION

Day/ Date: Time Activity: Venue:

Sunday, April 29th 09:30 – 11:30 Session/ Trial 1 Logan Park, Dunedin (meet at Union St dressing rooms at 09:00-09:15)

Saturday, May 5th 10:00 – 12:30 Session/ Trial 2 Wanaka Rec Centre (meet at Wanaka Rec Centre dressing rooms at 09:30-09:45)

Sunday, May 13th 09:30 – 11:30 Session/ Trial 3 Logan Park, Dunedin (meet at Union St dressing rooms at 09:00-09:15)

We encourage players to attend as many of the trial opportunities as possible, we expect all players to attend at least 1 of the trial dates on offer.

GIRLS ACADEMY TRAINING SCHEDULE:

Please NOTE:

1: The schedule for the girls programme will be distributed when squads are selected, please see the information below as to the provisional schedules. When we have completed the trial process and we’re fully aware of both the number of players and location they live we’ll then distribute a schedule.

We would like to run with x2 groups (14s and 16s) with each group having 20+ players, however if the numbers registering are low we’ll be committing to running this programme that might be with x2 smaller groups or x1 combined group – please spread the word and encourage interested players to register and attend trials.

Schedule/ Cost:

April & May: x3 Trial Sessions

June – Sept x7 Sessions (Sundays) & x1 3day/ 2night Camp in July School Holidays (Dunedin via billet)

Cost: $250 per player for phase 1 (until Sept 15th/16th)

Central Otago based Players:

Central Otago based players;

encouraged to attend the Central Otago trial date (May 5th).

As the majority of Central Otago players will play Sunday football (in COFA league and with Queenstown AFC) we are happy that you attend only the Saturday trial session in Wanaka – please indicate this on the registration form – Thank You.

Once squads are confirmed we’ll assess the number of Central Otago players selected.
Central Otago players will continue to train and play in COFA/ Queenstown AFC until their season has finished, when and where possible attending Academy sessions. Its expected that the Central players would attend the Camp in July. On confirmation of squads we’ll engage with parents to find the best fit for players within Central with a clash of matchday.

If you require any further information contact Paul O’Reilly – details below

Regards,

Paul O Reilly

021-908260

paul.fdm@footballsouth.co.nz

Summer 6’s

Registration is now closed for Summer 6s.  Timings are still listed below for your information.

Tuesdays
Summer 6s: Field 4 – The Events Centre

5-6yrs 3.45pm – 4.30pm
7-14yrs 4.45pm – 5.30pm

Cost – $50
Start date: tbc for Term 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Football Camps and Clinics

The April football camps have been canceled due to lack of registrations.

Notice of future football camps will be posted here, our facebook page and an email sent to our membership.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Queenstown Football are proud to have the support of local businesses:

Colliers International - Queenstown
ITM Building Supplies

 

ITM Building Supplies

Pin It on Pinterest