JUNIOR FOOTBALL 2022 SEASON INFORMATION
Welcome to a new season with Chatswood Rangers Junior Football Club! We hope you have a great year with us.
We have players of all levels and skills playing in the Northern Suburbs Football (NSFA) competitions.
Saturday 2nd April – Saturday 27th August
U6-U11: MiniRoos (non-competition)
U12-U18: Junior Mixed (competition)
Sunday 3rd April – Sunday 28th August
G6 – G11 Girls MiniRoos (non-competition)
G12 – G18 Junior Girls (competition)
U6 – U7: $200 (inc GST)
U8 – U11: $290 (inc GST)
U12 – U18: $320 (inc GST)
Chatswood Rangers are keen to support young players at U6-U7 age groups to get involved in football and develop a love of the game. The club has made possible a special registration fee for 2022 U6-U7 players to promote access and engagement.
Northern Suburbs Football Association (NSFA) compulsory fees (included in Club fees):
|Age (i.e. age in 2021)||FFA National Registration Fee||Football NSW Capitation Fee||Total|
|5yo to 12yo||$14.00||$15.00||$29.00|
|13yo to 18yo||$14.00||$23.00||$37.00|
Also included is the $20 NSFA facilities levy fee for each player.
There is a 50% discount for the 3rd child and any subsequent children in a family will be FREE. This applies across both football and netball. If your family qualifies for the sibling discount please contact club administrator, Michelle King, to assist you: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see the Club Refund Policy in the documents section of the About Page.
Registrations are now open. Please go to the Registration tab below for details and links to the FFA portal.
All registrations are due by 1st March, however registrations for teams in the Under 12 age group and older often close earlier once teams have reached capacity. Please register early to avoid disappointment!
ACTIVE KIDS REBATE:
Chatswood Rangers Sports Club is a registered provider for the NSW Active Kids Program – save $100 on winter registration!
To apply for a voucher visit the link below:
Who is eligible to claim the voucher?
Every child (4.5 to 18 years old) enrolled in school from Kindergarten to Year 12 will be eligible for an Active Kids voucher. This includes those who are home-schooled or enrolled in secondary school education at TAFE NSW.
All players are required to wear the Chatswood Rangers playing uniform (shirt, shorts and socks).
In 2020 the club changed to a new playing shirt to coincide with the introduction of a new major sponsor and players were provided with a new shirt.
In 2022, new players or players requiring a new playing shirt are required to purchase one. Further details regarding purchases will be provided by the Rangers on the club website.
U12-U18 players do not need to purchase a playing shirt. The shirt will be provided (on loan) by the Club and is expected to be returned at the end of the season; i.e., it remains the property of the Club.
Shorts – white shorts, available from the online shop.
Socks – royal blue socks, available from the online shop
Shin guards – MUST be worn when playing or the player is not allowed to take the field – available at most Sports Stores.
HOW TEAMS ARE FORMED:
Chatswood Rangers and the Northern Suburbs Football Association believes it is in the best interest of all players that, where possible, they play with and against players of similar ability, we therefore undertake varying degrees of player grading across our junior teams.
In 2022 Chatswood Rangers will take the following approach to team formation:
|Under 6 and 7||Teams typically formed on school and friendship groups|
|Under 8 and above||An A and B team will be selected as development squads following trials. Where player numbers permit other teams will be formed on school and friendship groups|
As a not-for-profit, we rely on the collective strength of our club members to continue to make Chatswood Rangers successful, fun and rewarding for everyone. It is also a great way to be more involved with your child’s team and the community. At a team level, each team will need a manager and a coach, and a game leader (referee) for Miniroos.
At a club level, we are building a sub-committee structure to enable Junior Football to support the , bring diversity of ideas and improve the delivery of the football program for all.
Junior Football programming requires the following roles to support our players:
- Female Football Coordinator
- Football Development Coordinator
- Mini-Roos (U6-U11) Coordinator
- Juniors (U12 – U18) Coordinator
- Junior Football Equipment Coordinator
- Summer Football Coordinator
- Communications Coordinator
- Gala Day & Events Coordinator
Please contact us to get involved! Email email@example.com for more information.
Code of Conduct
Everyone involved with the Club should make themselves familiar with the Code of Conduct.
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