Resources

Links & Resources

Soccer coaching resources and club policies to assist you with coaching or managing a team with the Beaudesert Rangers Soccer Club.

Quick links

Player Login

Register & update details

Coach/Manager Login

Team details, matchcards & more

QCSA

Draws, rounds & points

Facebook

Latest club news & updates

Coach & Manager
Job Description

The Basics

These guidelines should answer many of the questions raised by yourselves, however, please feel free to contact any of the Management Committee members for further clarification.

Coach: Coaches the team.

Manager: Help with the organisation of the team, leaving the Coach free to coach the team.

At Training

Coach: Coach the team, adhering to the Codes of Behavior and apply coaching as per coaches courses. Report any incident or injury.

Responsible for:

  • unlocking field at the beginning of training (including toilets so arrive early)
  • locking field at the end of training (including toilets if no other team is training)


Manager
:
 Advise/remind players of time and venue of the next game, emphasising that they should be at the grounds 30 minutes before kickoff. Advise the Coach of any absentees for the next match. Report any incident or injury.

Helps the coach :

  • unlock the field at the beginning of training (including toilets so arrive early)
  • lock the field at the end of training (including toilets if no other team is training)

Take to Match

Coach:

  • Practice balls
  • Bibs (if required)


Manager
:

  • Sliced oranges (organise a roster for parents)
  • Spray water bottle (optional)
  • Jerseys, match cards, vest, players identity cards, whistle, pen
  • Match ball

At The Match

Coach: Coach the team, adhering to the Codes of Behavior. Ensure you rotate all your players in accordance to club fair game policy i.e. no child should sit off for entire half.

Manager: Sit close to the centre line and wear the vest provided for identification. Check all players are wearing Club jerseys, shorts, socks and shinpads. SHINPADS MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES. Ensure that spectators adhere to the Codes of Behavior.

At Half Time

Coach: Give constructive and encouraging support to the team

Manager: Hand out oranges.

After The Game

Coach: Hand out one Encouragement Award please ensure that these awards are evenly distributed to players throughout the season. One can always find something significant in the contribution that each player makes to a game of soccer. The award should not be given to the same, or consistently best player each week. Please note that these are Encouragement Awards.

Report any incident or injury.

Responsible for:

  • unlocking field before the game (including toilets so arrive early)
  • locking field at the end of the game (including toilets if no other team is playing)


Manager
:
 Collect all jerseys and arrange for them to be washed all together (suggest each family takes a turn alphabetically).We DO NOT ALLOW each child to retain and maintain a single jersey for the whole season.

The Match and Results Report (for all games) must be entered onto My Club Mate Team Details Login and email Keiron Walsh a game report so it can be published in the local paper. Ph. 0414 597 671 president@beaudesertsoccer.com.au  (Note: Most Important)

Report any incident or injury.

Helps the coach :

  • unlocking field before the game (including toilets so arrive early)
  • locking field at the end of the game (including toilets if no other team is playing)

Referees

If referees are not provided, it is the responsibility of the Managers of both teams to agree on a person to control the match. IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT ALL GAMES ARE STARTED AND COMPLETED ON TIME to ensure that subsequent games are not delayed. EVEN IF YOU START LATE, YOU ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE ON TIME.

Coaching Resources

FFA National Curriculum extracted resources

By providing the following resources (below), I hope it gives you some renewed enthusiasm in endeavouring to have all our players not only enjoying themselves but developing their skills at an age appropriate level along the way.

The following documents have been extracted from the FFA National Curriculum.

Each age group Phase has been separated for ease of access with the relevant information of the Model Coaching Session Plan that can be implemented for the season ahead.

It is important for the natural ongoing development of the players to adhere pretty closely to these Model Sessions.

(Obviously there may be a number of similar relevant ‘practices’ that could be used in place of the suggested ones if you feel it would assist in the players understanding in what is being taught.)

U5-U8:  Discovery Learning Phase
Click here to download manual

U9-U12:  Skill Acquisition Phase
(Since the QCSA introduces the full field game play for U9’s, an understanding of some of the Game Training practices may be of assistance also.)
Click here to download manual

U13- U16:  Game Training Phase
Click here to download manual

U17 – Seniors:  Performance Phase
This can be accessed as part of the full FFA National Curriculum. You can then be directed to the appropriate “Performance Phase” pages.

FFA National Curriculum
Click here to download curriculum.

The FFA National Curriculum is a 300 page document which includes all of the above Phases, plus also includes much of the Vision and Philosophy behind it. This is well worth the read.

For all enquiries relating to coaching please contact:

Keiron Walsh
Beaudesert Soccer Club
Mob:   0414 597 671

Beaudesert Soccer Club-Managers Resources

Manager Resources

Matchcards

Weekly match results are to be entered to the myClubmate system immediately after your match.

Results ARE NOT OFFICIAL until referees send match cards to the QCSA. If you have found a problem with a score, please email OUR CLUB SECRETARY, not the QCSA.

You can download instructions for completing the electronic match card on the day.

quick links