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Welcome to Seaforth Football Club

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 » Defibrillators now on all Seaforth FC Fields  » Premier League - Coach & Manager wanted
 » Many Changes to FIFA Laws of the Game  » Training Ground Bookings
 » Team Lists - Girls (9 / 14 /15/ 18)  » Team Lists - Boys (9/10/11/12/13/14/15/16/18)
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HAVE YOUR SAY ABOUT OUR SPORTFIELDS


Have you completed the Northern Beaches Councils, Sportsground & Golf Course Review online feedback survey and told council which of the action options you support?

Or

Are you going to do nothing and continue to complain about the lack of sports field and the intrusion of other sports onto your home grounds?



DO IT NOW and then tell your mates to do it too.
» http://app.keysurvey.com/votingmodule/VOTING2/f/1129991/7b9d/?msig=e9961650d7f7ce1d93d56f76f46d4176

For all the background info & the discussion papers:
» http://yoursay.northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au/sportsgroundreview


Personal Defibrillators now on all Seaforth Football Club Fields

Personal Defibrillator
All ovals across the peninsular are now safer with personal defibrillators being placed on ovals in an effort to reduce fatalities as a result of cardiac arrest.

If someone collapses from a cardiac arrest, the first 10 minutes are critical to saving a person's life.

Using the defibrillator is easy - simply take it out of the bag and open the case - it will start giving you instructions. It will walk you through removing clothing and hair from the chest area, place the pads in position, assesses the person for a shock and delivers if necessary. After this it will assist with counting off giving the person compressions until help arrives.

This is an important tool that could save you or your team mates life.


Although more common in adults, cardiac arrests can happen to anyone at any age. The quicker we react, the better chance of survival.

Defibrillator at Seaforth Oval The aim of the MWFA is to have a defibrillator on every football field by the end of 2017. Please look out for the defibrillator at your local field. The location should be marked with the red Heartsafe Zone flag.

We recommend that you take the 10 minute online course to familiarise yourself with the device so you will be confident in using should the need ever arise.

Simply » click here to start your course.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Kym Weekes on 0421 781 338.



    PLAYERS WANTED

    We need players for our U14/3 and U12/4 teams.


Contact Claire Leach to register:
registrar@seaforthfc.com
0423 838144


TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT AND ENSURE YOU ARE REGISTERED AND READY FOR THE NEW SEASON, PLEASE REGISTER NOW!   FOLLOW LINKS BELOW...
IF YOU EXPERIENCE ANY DIFFICULTIES, PLEASE CALL 0280204199 OR EMAIL: myfootballclub@footballaustralia.com.au

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*** CLICK HERE TO SEE WHAT AGE GROUPS ARE OPEN / CLOSED ***


SEAFORTHíS IMPRESSIVE START Ė MENíS PREMIER LEAGUE


Aidan DArcy was the standout player at Seaforth Oval, finishing with a brace.

Michael McGinley and Adam Tomko also found the back of the net for the hosts.

After coach Adam Israel jumped ship to Pittwater RSL FC in the off-season, Seaforth were tipped to struggle.

With Chris Tomlinson in charge with Mark Gale overseas they are flying, yet to concede a goal in two games.

Elsewhere, Brookvale versus Narrabeen finished 0-0, Pitts smashed St Augustines 6-0, Dee Why held off Mosman 2-1 and CC Strikers and Wakehurst shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw at St Matthews Farm.

Above report courtesy of: www.mwfa.com.au


Changes to FIFA Laws of the Game


In March of 2016 the International Football Association Board approved the most comprehensive revision of the Laws of The Game (LoTG) in 130 years. These rule changes now apply at our local level. All members of competition teams (U12 and up) should read this summary.

LOTG 2016-2017 Summary for Coaches, Players & Media.pdf
    (pdf file, 978kb)

Also available from Football Victoria, is a 3 minute video for those who don't want to read the above document.


Let Kids be Kids




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      SEAFORTH FOOTBALL CLUB

      AMATEUR LEAGUE DIVISION 1

      COACH 2017


SEAFORTH FOOTBALL CLUB IS SEEKING EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR THE FORMATION AND COACHING OF OUR AL1 SQUAD FOR 2017.

APPLICANTS SHOULD POSSESS SENIOR FFA LICENCE.
HAVE EXPERIENCE IN COACHING SENIOR TEAMS.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO JOIN OUR PROGRESSIVE CLUB PLEASE SEND YOUR EOI TO RICHARD WRIGHT: president@seaforthfc.com


Seaforth FC Menís Premier League Squad
The squad is looking for a MANAGER for season 2017


Main duties will be:
Communications between players / coaches and club.
Match day duties, Match sheets, cards.

If you would like to be part of this squad please contact:
Mark Gale 0411 598 251
Chris Tomlinson 0414 779 517



      REFEREE COURSES 2017

      

      


The Manly Warringah Football Referees Association is pleased to announce three entry level courses for prospective football referees in March 2017.

These courses are officially sanctioned by Football Federation Australia and participants will obtain the FFA Level 4 Referee Accreditation upon successful completion of the course.

Entry level courses are open to both adults and children but prospective junior referees in 2017 must be at least 14 years of age on December 31, 2017 to be eligible to undertake the course.

For more information about these courses, including about how to register, please go to the » MWFRA entry level course information and instructions page.
Please carefully read and understand this page prior to registering.

Please direct all inquiries about these course to MWFRA Course Coordinator by email: courses@mwfra.org.au


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