Soccer

ROUND 1 WASHOUT

Please be advised that the grounds for round 1 of the competition are closed for the weekend.

Round 1 will now be scheduled for the weekend of the 8th April. 


2017 Soccer Registrations 

There are still open positions in:

All Age Ladies 

Over 35 Mens 

All other teams are full. Apologies for any inconvience this may cause.

This year, register and pay online by going to www.myfootballclub.com.au

For more information, including fees, see the Soccer Registration Package and the following documents:

In person registration date is Sunday 29 January 2017.


HIGH TEMPERATURES 

Where extreme temperatures occur reference must be made to the FNSW Hot Weather Policy and football activities should be cancelled or postponed.

 

RECOMMENDED TEMPERATURES FOR CANCELLATION OF GAMES AND TRAINING (including Trial Games)

 

CHILDREN       -           32°    (activity should be cancelled when ambient air temperature reaches 32°)

ADULTS           -           37°    (activity should be cancelled when ambient air temperature reaches 37°)

 

Cancellation may be necessary at lower temperatures, particularly where a higher level of humidity is present.  Refer to the Heat Stress Index for risk levels.

Clubs are reminded of their duty of care and that in extreme temperatures the safety and welfare of players must be a priority.   

Exposure to extreme heat can be dangerous to the health of adults and pose an ever greater risk to the health of children and young people.

 

TEMPERATURES FOR MODIFICATION TO FOOTBALL ACTIVITIES

Where temperatures occur within the following ranges and a club has assessed and deemed a football activity to be safe to continue, consideration must be given to modifying the activity and increasing rest and drink breaks in shaded areas.

 

Children - 26° to 31° ambient temperature     (at 32° activity should be cancelled – refer above)

Adults - 26° to 36° ambient temperature     (at 37° activity should be cancelled – refer above)

Within these temperature ranges participation must also be closely monitored and the safety and welfare of players MUST BE A PRIORITY.

For further information refer to the SMA Hot Weather Guidelines and Sports Medicine Australia website.


Refereeing Is An Option

Ever considered staying active in football as a referee? 
See the following case study and links to refereeing in the Granville District:

Course Flyer.doc (Dundas United is willing to support any member interested in doing this training to become a referee).

Refereeing Is An Option.pdf


GDSFA Coaching Courses

Please find attached a GDSFA Circular which lists Grassroots Football Certificate and Skill Training Certificate coaching courses that commence in March 2016.

2016 Assoication Coaching Courses Circular.pdf


Fixtures, Results and Tables

Can be found at the following link:
http://www.icompman.com.au/idata_public?P4=DUN


Dundas United FOALS program

WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN OUR

UNDER 5 “FOALS”- 2017

A FUN SOCCER PROGRAM FOR ALL BOYS AND GIRLS AGED 4 AND 5

Learn Pre-Soccer skills in a fun, non competitive club environment!  

FOR ENQUIRIES CONTACT SCOTT ON 0402447943

EMAIL afton_chin@hotmail.com