This day is a great opportunity to introduce your littlies (U6s) to soccer and to warm U7 age groups back into the season.

When: Sunday 19th February
Where: Samuel King Oval, Bobbin Head Rd, North Turramurra. Map here

Times below:

Welcome from Club – 3.15pm
U6s – 3.30pm – 4.30pm
U7s – 4.30pm – 5.30pm

**ALL PLAYERS MUST WEAR SHIN PADS AND JOGGERS (NO BOOTS PLEASE)**

PLUS

  • The Club will be running a BBQ at the ground so sausages and drinks will be available for purchase
  • Bannockburn Rovers Socks, shorts and shin pads will be available for purchase
  • All U6 registered players receive a new ball at our first training evening (end March).

At the beginning of the day, we will put your child in a random team – this is by no means the team they will necessarily be in for the season.

The club will be informally putting the teams together over the next few weeks. Team formation will be based on your “Play with Requests” when you registered and/or team formation from previous years. If you have a special ‘Play with request’, please ensure you let one of the Rovers know this Sunday. Alternatively please contact your relevant age Co-ordinator.

U6 an U7 age groups will not be graded. This day is purely about introducing the U6’s and any new players to the club to the training process as well as welcoming back those from last season.

IMPORTANT: Please ensure your child is wearing shin pads so to avoid injury. Unfortunately if your child is not wearing shin pads they are unable to participate. This is purely for safety reasons. Shin pads can be purchased at the ground.

If you are new to the Club can you please bring along a birth certificate to be sighted.

Coach or Manage your team?

The Club will be looking for Mums and Dads to actively participate in the training as although we have the great service of T3 to set up the drills and help us, it is you that we need to keep the kids focused and involved.

Being a Coach or a Manager is not an onerous task. In fact, it is very rewarding. All you need is a little bit of organisation and a lot of enthusiasm! And the Club is here to help.