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GIRLS ONLY REGULATIONS
GIRLS ONLY REGULATIONS SUMMARY
JUNIOR PLAYING REGULATIONS
Fixtures and Results
WHEN WILL I FIND OUT WHAT TEAM MY CHILD IS IN?
The team allocation process starts as soon as registrations close. For those children who have chosen to trial for a streamed team (grades 9 and above), they will find out shortly after the trials. Those children playing in non-streamed teams will be advised a few weeks before the season commences.
CAN MY CHILD(REN) PLAY IN A TEAM WITH THEIR FRIENDS?
When registering in Goalnet, you can list friends in the 'notes'. We will try to accommodate your requests however this is not guaranteed. We acknowledge that children enjoy playing with their friends so we do try to place friends and children from the same school in teams together. Though if children intend to trial, they will be placed in a team suited to their ability.
CAN MY CHILD PLAY IN A DIFFERENT GRADE?
The NZ Football national body expects all children to play in the correct grade based on their year of birth. If you wish to discuss this further, please contact Tony Stevens
PLEASE NOTE: Female players (GIRLS ONLY) can choose to play one grade down.
Account Name: Wellington United AFC Inc - Juniors Account No. 03 0521 0217459 000 (Westpac Bank)
Please include player's surname and telephone number in reference field e.g. Smith 381 2345
NZ FOOTBALL CODE OF CONDUCT
Please read - NZ Football Code of Conduct
Every coach, manager and caregiver should read and understand the NZ Football Code of Conduct. The purpose of this Code of Conduct is to encourage fair, ethical treatment of all persons and organisations that come under the umbrella of New Zealand Soccer (NZS).
WHERE ARE THE GAMES PLAYED?
First Kicks, 8th Grade and 9th Grade Saturday sessions will be held at Newtown Park.
First Kicks, 8.30 - 9.30am at Newtown Park (non festival weekends)
Fun Football, 9.30-10.30am at Newtown Park (non festival weekends)
Festival days will take place every 3rd week.
Teams travel to other grounds to play (Festival Weekends):
Wakefield Park – 137 The Parade, Island Bay
Miramar Park – Darlington Road, Miramar
Newtown Park – Mansfield Street, Newtown
Karori Park – 400 Karori Road, Karori
Please Note: This is just a selection of fields teams may travel to on Festival weekends.
9th Grade to 13th grade games are on sportsgrounds around Wellington; in general, grounds can get further away as players get older.
Listed below are some of the parks Grade 9 & above may play at:
Liardet Park, Vogeltown
Vogelmorn Park, Mornington
Karori Park, Karori
Crawford Green, Miramar
Southgate Park, Southgate
Mt Albert Park, Berhampore
Churton Park, Churton Park
MacAlister Park, Berhampore
Tanera Park, Brooklyn
Wakefield Park, Berhampore
Nairnville Park, Ngaio
Pinkerton Park, Newlands
Ngatitoa Park, Porirua
Junior Football ground maps and pitch layouts can be found at the Capital Football website.
GIRLS ONLY SUNDAY LEAGUE
Play on artificial turfs at either Wakefield Park, Te Whaea or Nairnville Park.
Always re-check draw the day before your game as it is subject to change.
WHO IS THE COACH?
Please check the tab above - Teams 2017 (to be updated for 2017).
The Grade Coordinators play a vital role in supporting coaches, managers and parents.
Grade Coordinators Roles:
Please check the Capital Football website here.
To check the status of sportgrounds - click here Sportsgrounds status here.
First Kicks & Fun Football - For cancellations check here
WU JUNIOR FOOTBALL UNIFORM
Socks and shorts are available from Football Central - Top of Tory complex, 133-139 Tory Street
First Kicks - Size 3 ball.
Grades 7 & 8 - Size 3 ball.
Grades 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 - Size 4 ball.
Grade 14 - Size 5 ball.
Appropriate shoes/boots, clothing recommended. Please bring a drink bottle. Shin pads are compulsory.
Council sports grounds