Grading Complete? What's Next (Players/Coaches/Managers)01 March 2018
Huge thank you to our grading panel for all their hard work over the past few weeks. They've given up countless nights and weekends to organise hundreds
and hundreds of players into teams - not an easy job and your efforts are appreciated.
So what's next?
Now you’ve been graded, you need to …
Swap details: hopefully at the end of grading, you swapped contact details with your team coach/manager. Team sheets
are still under construction and players/parents should not be concerned if you have not heard from your coach/manager. Your coach and manager will
receive a finalised team list at the coaches and managers meeting on 12th March and should contact you as soon as possible after the meeting.
Arrange a training time: it’s up to teams to organise their training. Your team coach/manager will coordinate this. Teams can start training on Gymea Bay Oval after 12th March.
Gala day and trial games: there will be a MiniRoos gala day on Saturday, 17th March and trial games organised for junior teams on 17th or 18th March. Watch www.gufc.com.au for details. Your team coach/manager should also confirm details.
Get ready for round 1: the competition kicks off Saturday, 7th April and Sunday, 8th April.
Keep up-to-date: please keep yourself up-to-date during the season. Here’s how:
- Visit this website regularly
- Sign up to the weekly e-newsletter – sign up at www.gufc.com.au/about-gufc/gufc-enews
- ‘LIKE’ our Facebook page www.facebook.com/gymeaunitedfc
- Check the club calendar – available at www.gufc.com.au
- Ask your team coach and manager
COACHES AND MANAGERS
Been handed the job of coach or manager for 2018. Firstly, THANK YOU for getting involved! Here’s what you need to do straight away……
Facebook Page - join our GUFC 2018 Coaches & Managers Facebook Group. We wont be sending out a weekly coaches & managers bulletin this season ... information will be posted immediately on this page for you! You will also receive all information via the weekly Striker and on the GUFC website.
Contact details – you will get a finalised team sheet at the coaches & managers meeting.
Contact your team members - touch base with your team ASAP after receiving your team sheet. Encourage them to visit www.gufc.com.au for info and to sign up to the weekly e-newsletter from GUFC. If any details on the team sheet are incorrect, email email@example.com
Arrange training – discuss a suitable training day/time with the team. Please register on GUFC's SSFA Shared Services website - www.ssfaservices.com.au and book your training time / spot.
u6 and u7 training - u6 and u7 usually all train together Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s 3.30pm-4.30pm or 4.30pm-5.30pm. This creates a fun
and supportive environment for the players and coaches.
Attend the coach and manager meeting – Monday, 12th March at Gymea Bay Oval Hall. It’s essential at least one person from each team attends.
- Junior teams, u6-u18 - 7pm
- Senior teams – 8pm
You will be provided with the GUFC Coach and Manager Guide and a finalised team sheet at the meeting.
Gala day and trial games – advise your team of gala day and trial games details once GUFC confirms the details with you via email and/or www.gufc.com.au. Any trial games you organise for your team must be advised to GUFC's vicepresident firstname.lastname@example.org for authorisation by the SSFA and/or Football NSW.
Football NSW Insurance - players are only covered by the FNSW Insurance Policy if they have registered and their registration accepted
by GUFC in MFC prior to participating in football (including training, trials etc.) and only if they are using a field that has been allocated for
that purpose by the SSFA/ Council and their activity is expressly approved.
Make sure GUFC Shared Services has your correct contact info. If your details change or you dont receive the Striker, GUFC's newsletter, let us know by updating your information on the Shared Services website www.ssfaservices.com.au