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MiniRoos

MiniRoos Football

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Miniroos Football is designed for kids of all abilities. It encompasses children from 6 years old to 11 years old. It uses short, game-based training and games to introduce football to children in an inclusive way. It focuses on learning new skills, being active and making life long friends. Boys and girls are welcome to register and play for Roselea FC. Mixed teams (boys and girls) play on Saturdays. Girls may also play in a “Girls Only” football on Sundays.

Age Information

Children are eligible to play in the Under 6 age-group if they are turning 6 in the year of competition. Younger players (i.e. those turning 5 early in the year) are welcome, however they must show sufficient maturity and are safely able to play with older children. 

Roselea FC plays in the North West Sydney Football competition, entering teams into the Saturday morning mixed  programme and Sunday morning girls programme, where team play in the following age groups and formats.

  • U6 playing 4 A-side with no goal keepers

  • U7 playing 4 A-side with no goal keepers

  • U8 playing 7 A-side including goalkeepers

  • U9 playing 7 A-side including goal keepers

  • U10 playing 9 A-side including goal keepers

  • U11 playing 9 A-side including goal keepers

Boys and girls are welcome to register and play in these teams. Girls may also play Girls Only football on Sundays.

Training

Training is conducted once a week on Tuesday to Thursday each week during the winter season and will be at either at Roselea Oval, Carlingford Oval or Harold West Oval. Training usual commences mid March.

Team Formation and Player Grading

  • U6/U7 - Grading will be completed on a team formation basis only.

  • U8 - Grading will be completed on a team formation basis only.

  • U9 - Grading will be completed on a team formation basis only.

  • U10 - Grading is completed on an individual player basis, with u10/1 being the 1st division team

  • U11 - Grading is completed on an individual player basis, with u11/1 being the 1st division team.

All Team formation and Player Gradings at RFC are guided by the Roselea FC Grading Policy

Coaches & Team Managers

We rely on our parents participation with coaching & managing our teams. Roselea FC provides all the support our parent coaches & manager need. We high recommend coaches to attend the Grassroots coaching course. The course is fully practical and encourages our coaches to develop practices that are based on FUN. The emphasis is on natural development i.e. learning by PLAYING football. Another highlight of the course is that the coaches are exposed to basic rules of the game as well as tips and hints on building a football culture in a completely practical setting.

Eugene Lim

Director, MiniRoos

m: +61 403 464 086

e: vpminis@roseleafc.com

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Juniors

Juniors Football

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Junior Football is designed for kids of all abilities. It encompasses children from 12 year olds to 18 year olds. Boys and girls are welcome to register and play for Roselea FC. Mixed teams (boys and girls) play on Saturdays. Girls may also play in a “Girls Only” football on Sundays.

Roselea FC plays in the North West Sydney Football competition, entering teams into the Saturday morning mixed programme and Sunday morning girls programme. U12s play a modified 9 a-side game on a smaller field.

Boys and girls are welcome to register and play in these teams. Girls may also play Girls Only football on Sundays.

Training

Training is conducted once a week on Tuesday to Thursday each week during the winter season and will be at either at Roselea Oval, Carlingford Oval or Harold West Oval. Training usual commences mid March.

Team Formation and Player Grading

  • U12 - Grading is completed on an individual player basis, with U12/1 being the 1st division team.

  • U13 - Grading is completed on an individual player basis, with U13/1 being the 1st division team.

  • U14 - Grading is completed on an individual player basis, with U14/1 being the 1st division team.

  • U15 - Grading is completed on an individual player basis, with u15/1 being the 1st division team

  • U16 - Grading is completed on an individual player basis, with u16/1 being the 1st division team.

  • U17/18 - Grading is completed on an individual player basis, with u16/1 being the 1st division team.

All Team formation and Player Gradings at RFC are guided by the Roselea FC Grading Policy

Coaches & Team Managers

We rely on our parents participation with coaching & managing our teams. Roselea FC provides all the support our parent coaches & manager need. We high recommend coaches to attend the Grassroots coaching course. The course is fully practical and encourages our coaches to develop practices that are based on FUN. The emphasis is on natural development i.e. learning by PLAYING football. Another highlight of the course is that the coaches are exposed to basic rules of the game as well as tips and hints on building a football culture in a completely practical setting.

For more information contact:
Stuart Harvey

Director, Junior Football

m: +61 412 990 531

e: vpjuniors@roseleafc.com

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Womens

Womens Football

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At Roselea FC, we are champions for the women's game and are passionate about girls and ladies, daughters, sisters and mums of all ages and abilities playing football. Roselea FC strives to engage and encourage girls and women from all walks of life to participate in an active lifestyle through competitive football. 

Women/Girls age groups are:

  • MiniRoos - U6, U7, U8, U9, U10, U11, U12

  • Juniors - U13, U14, U15, U16, U18

  • Seniors - AAW, O30, O40

All Age & Over 30s Football

​2023 is the year to put on your football boots and give or return to football. Take inspiration from the 2023 Womens World Cup. No matter if you have never played before, or whether your returning for another season, Roselea Football Club would love to see you. 

Roselea FC plays in the North West Sydney Football competition entering teams into the Sunday morning programme.

This competition is played under normal FIFA rules. This provides the opportunity for all senior players to play at different levels of ability as they grow with Roselea FC.

Training

Training is conducted once a week on Tuesday to Thursday each week during the winter season and will be at either at Roselea Oval, Carlingford Oval or Harold West Oval. Training usual commences mid March.

Team Formation and Player Grading

All Team formation and Player Gradings at RFC are guided by the Roselea FC Grading Policy

Coaches & Team Managers

We rely on our parents participation with coaching & managing our teams. Roselea FC provides all the support our parent coaches & manager need. We high recommend coaches to attend the Grassroots coaching course. The course is fully practical and encourages our coaches to develop practices that are based on FUN. The emphasis is on natural development i.e. learning by PLAYING football. Another highlight of the course is that the coaches are exposed to basic rules of the game as well as tips and hints on building a football culture in a completely practical setting.

For more information contact:
Rohan Primrose

Director, Female Football 

m: 0418 475 171

e: vpwomens@roseleafc.com

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Mens Football

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Mens

Roselea FC enters multiple teams into the men's senior competitions. Games are mostly placed on Saturday afternoons, with occasional games played on Sundays.

 

Mens age groups are:

  • U21s

  • All Ages

  • O35

  • O45

  • O55

Training

Training is conducted once a week on Tuesday to Thursday each week during the winter season and will be at either at Roselea Oval, Carlingford Oval or Harold West Oval. Training usual commences mid March.

Team Formation and Player Grading

All Team formation and Player Gradings at RFC are guided by the Roselea FC Grading Policy

Coaches & Team Managers

We rely on our parents participation with coaching & managing our teams. Roselea FC provides all the support our parent coaches & manager need. We high recommend coaches to attend the Grassroots coaching course. The course is fully practical and encourages our coaches to develop practices that are based on FUN. The emphasis is on natural development i.e. learning by PLAYING football. Another highlight of the course is that the coaches are exposed to basic rules of the game as well as tips and hints on building a football culture in a completely practical setting.

Mens Super League

Roselea Football Club is proud to participate in Super League competition, the highest league in the NWSF association.

For more information about Roselea FC Men's Super League team, click here.

Jeremy Billings

Director Senior (Mens) Football 

m: 0421 665 468

e: vpseniors@roseleafc.com

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Walking

Walking Football

Walking Football focuses on passing and ball control rather than speed/running. It is flexible with its formats and accessible to the community and prospective players of all ages. If you can walk, you can play.

Walking Football is:

  • Low-impact, team-based exercise, utilising the defined ‘Walking Football Rules and Formats’ specifically non-contact with the players ‘always having one foot on the ground’.

  • Matches are played with modified formats (5v5) on smaller pitches with shortened game times

  • Aimed to provide participants physical & mental health benefits, social contentedness and promotion of the benefits of ongoing physical activity.​

How Walking Football is played?​

  • Running is not allowed. A participant always has to have one foot on the ground.

  • It is a non-contact version of the game.

  • The ball cannot be kicked above head height.

  • There is no heading of the ball.

  • The focus is on fun and making friends with a measured dose of competition.

NWSF runs an 18 week competition on through out the 2023 Winter football season. Form a team with your friends and play for Roselea FC or contact us and we will find you a team.

Rohan Primrose

m: 0418 475 171

e: development@roseleafc.com

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Masters

Masters Football

Enjoy the feeling that is being part of a team from a community club.​ Master Football focuses on skill and ball control rather than speed/running. 9 A-aside  small field; shortened halves.​ The game will highlight the health, well-being and social benefits of regular football and exercise activities.

NWSF runs an 18 week competition on Friday nights through out the 2023 Winter football season. Competition details and registrations details will be available early in February.​

Form a team with your friends and play for Roselea FC or contact us and we will find you a team.​

Rohan Primrose
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For more information contact:

m: 0418 475 171

e: development@roseleafc.com

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