Juniors (Boys & Girls)
At Monash City we take great pride in the success of our Junior Program. We have a long history of producing strong junior teams.
Although Monash City acknowledges that results become important at this stage we believe the emphasis should still be on how the game is played and each player’s growth as a footballer. We strive to develop players into well rounded footballers and with the introduction of our senior teams in 2016 we will also now offer a full pathway to senior football.
2016 Team Information
Monash City’s Junior program includes teams for both boys and girls for the following age groups. We have multiple teams at some age levels
Boys : U12, U13, U14, U15, U20
Girls : U12, U13/14, U15/16
All of teams compete in the FFV East divisions and play our games on Sunday Mornings.
How do I register?
You can submit a online registration form here. If you need more information please contact the club on firstname.lastname@example.org
When will the program commence?
February 08th 2016
Where will training be?
Caloola Reserve, Atkinson Street, Oakleigh
Time & Days : TBD
Does Monash City FC grade players?
Yes we do grade players but NOT to keep the advanced players and turn away the beginners. We will create a teams for as many players that would like to play football at Monash City FC provided we have enough coaches, we will not turn away anyone based on ability.
The reason we grade players is because we need to tailor training or place players in teams to suit player’s abilities. Some players may have advanced abilities and may need to have training that is a little more challenging but others may be just starting out or may require a little more time to develop so training may not be as intense.
What are the fees?
Boys U12-U15 : $520
Boys U20 : $500
Girls U12, U13/14 U15/16 : $520
What do I get for my registration fees?
The fee includes the following:
- Qualified skills coach.
- Registration with the Football Federation of Victoria and insurance fees.
- Club playing/training shirt, shorts, socks.
- Club tracksuit
- Use of training equipment (balls, bibs, cones & goals).
- Contribution towards council fees for ground and clubroom leases.
- End of season presentation with participation trophy.
- Team photo
Do I have to do anything?
Depending on numbers we may need a parent volunteer to help with some of the drills at training. Each family will also be rostered on canteen duty or assigned some responsibilities on game day 1-2 times per season.
How do I join up for a team?
Contact the club at the e-mail address below to express your interest or attend one of our open days.
What do I need to bring?
Each player must have their own football boots, shin guards and a drink bottle.
Have more questions?
please email us at email@example.com