Club Newsletter

Capital Football – Club Newsletter

Welcome to the Capital Football club newsletter.  This newsletter is sent out to club contacts via email periodically throughout the year, and weekly between March-September, to advise members of information relating to junior and senior football, as well as upcoming events and general news.

Updated week ending 26 May 2017

 

Capital Football have made a submission to Wellington City Council on their proposed changes to ground and facility charges. This submission has been made in the best interest of all stakeholders in the game within our federation, you can read it here.

 

Central League, W-League, and Premier Leagues

A reminder that team lists for each of these leagues can be found here ahead of each round.

 

Coach Education Update

In this month’s Masterclass coaching session, Capital Football brings Scott Hales and Sadie Verity to the Capital Football offices in Petone on Friday 26 May. Scott and Sadie will bring their unique perspectives together to focus on the youth side of the game. Click here for full details and to register for this free Masterclass session

Upcoming Capital Football Coaching Courses:

  • Tue 30 May – Intro To Junior Coaching from 6.30-8.30pm at Island Bay
  • Fri 9 June – Junior Level 1 Coaching from 6.30-9.30pm at Western Suburbs Clubrooms
  • Mon 12 June – Junior Level 1 Coaching from 6.30-9.30pm at North Wellington Clubrooms

For more details, costs, and to register, click here.

 

Referee Coaching Courses

Capital Football is running the following Referee Coaching courses in the coming weeks.

  • Sun 11 June – Level 1 Assistant Refereeing from at 10.00am at Capital Football

This courses is free but you must register here.

 

Notices

A reminder to all clubs and teams – especially in the junior grades: please don’t warm up on pitches, even if there is a free one next to the one you are scheduled to play on. With the inclement weather at this time of year it’s hard enough keeping pitches in playing order, warming up on them only adds to the issue.

 

We know that having a drink after your game is something many players enjoy but please remember that alcohol cannot be consumed at sports grounds except in licensed clubrooms. So, if you’re celebrating a win or commiserating a loss, support the local club and stay on the right side of the law. As always, drink responsibly and ensure you have a designated driver.