2019 EXPRESSION OF INTEREST NOW OPEN
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Pascoe Vale Football Club Welcomes you to their Sub-Youth program Football Federation of Victoria Mini Roos.
MiniRoos provides an enjoyable participation experience for young people of all abilities with a major focus on skill development through freedom of expression, minimal coaching, and limited emphasis on the scoreboard.
Keeping a player in a team where they are no longer challenged or are finding their experience too challenging is detrimental to the player‟s development and as a result the child may lose interest in the sport. FFV encourages coaches to initially place players in teams according to their age; however, the player‟s progress should be monitored week to week and moved to a team that is more suited to the player if required.
$650 including gst and $50 volunteers levy
Fees are due to be paid by 15th February 2018 in full.
FEES include the following:
Football Federation of Victoria Registration fee
Football Federation Insurance
Game outfit (Shirt , Shorts , Socks)
1 x Training Outfit (Shirt , Shorts , Socks)
1 x Winter Spray Jacket
Youth Licence Coach
Goal Keeper Coach
Sub-Youth Family Club Membership (2 adult x 2 Child U14)
Free Entry to all Senior Home Games
Council Grounds , Maintenance , Line Marking , Utility Costs and Administration costs.
1 Family Ticket to admit 1 Family to Annual Trophy Presentation.
Shin Guards / Water Bottles Compulsory for ALL Trial Sessions.
Please note due to extreme hot weather conditions, ALL junior training sessions U6-U16 will be cancelled, if the temperature reaches 36 degrees by 4pm by order of the committee.
A message will be posted on Social Media Channels.
Hosken Reserve - Sheppard Street North Coburg
Richards Reserve - Charles Street , North Coburg
Clifton Park - Victoria Street , Brunswick
Pascoe Vale FC needs volunteers. Running our club takes quite some effort and we rely upon the generosity of volunteers at all levels of the club in giving their time. Sadly, we are always short of volunteers and there are a number of jobs that need doing that are not done as effectively as we would like through personnel shortages. Some roles don't actually take much time, yet we cannot seem to fill them.
The lack of volunteers is always an ongoing concern, and it has been especially obvious that a change is required. The committee has decided to introduce a "Volunteer Levy" for the 2019 season to impress upon players' families the urgent need to have volunteer assistance to successfully operate the functions of the club. Those that participate in a range of voluntary roles will have this levy refunded.
This will operate as follows:
Volunteer Levy refunds will only apply to registered volunteers that have participated in at least 25 hours per family per season, in approved voluntary roles. These include:
Working Bees (would need to attend more than one to complete 25 hrs)
Coordinating /attending functions in a helper capacity
Approved fundraising events
Administrative support in some committee-managed initiative
Line and field marking
Documented ground official duties by authorised members, Other significant tasks as approved by executive committee
Sponsors of cash or goods in excess of $500 have already met the requirements and are excluded from this initiative.
The Volunteer Levy refund does not apply for tasks like:
Second or third assistant coaches
Setting up or bringing down goals or flags
Providing half-time fruit at games
Attending games or training, or providing lifts to/from these