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Coaches should be familiar with the authorised FIFA soccer rules. If you need to brush up, please read the latest Laws of the Game on the FIFA website. You can read online, or download a PDF.
Small Sided Games
Small Sided Football is a set of rules designed to help kids enjoy themselves while learning the skills of the game. This form of soccer is played by children in all the world’s major football nations.
It focusses on the players’ enjoyment and development, rather than competing and winning. Research shows that young kids get to engage with the ball more in Small Sided games, and that they enjoy the game better than the traditional 11-a-side format.
If you are a coach, please download and read the BDSFA Small Sided Games Manual.
The Small Sided Football website www.smallsidedfootball.com.au also has great info for coaches and parents – and it’s also a colourful, fun site where kids can connect, learn about the game, upload team photos and more.
The Working With Children Check
By law, anyone who works with minors (under 18s), must sign the “Working With Children Check” Volunteer Declaration. All coaches are required to fill out this form and hand it to their club before beginning as a coach.
- Please complete this online form, then print it out, and hand it to the club registrar.
- Or, to fill out the form by hand, please use this printable version.
Please find our New Coaches & Managers Handbook.
Week 17 Drills