Most boys and girls aged Under 6 to Under 11 play in a non-competitive league known as Miniroos. We also offer development-focussed players aged U8 to U11, the opportunity to play in the Skill Acquisition Phase (SAP) League.

Miniroos (U6 to U11)

Players take part in small sided games with modified field sizes and playing numbers. As a player progresses through the MiniRoos age groups the field size increases as well as player numbers, preparing them eventually for the full size field version of 11v11 football.

Smiling, giggling, celebrating….this is our aim each weekend for our MiniRoos players. At Kissing Point FC, you will see parents encouraging, supporting and cheering both sets of players each weekend, creating a positive and enjoyable MiniRoos experience.

Each game has a Game Leader who facilitates the game, ensuring all players stay true to the rules and everyone is included and enjoying themselves. MiniRoos rules can be downloaded below.

To get started, email our friendly VP for Miniroos, indicating your interest.

Miniroos Game Rules

General RulesU6-U7 RulesU8-U9 RulesU10-U11 Rules

SAP League (U8 to U11)

Skill Acquisition Phase (SAP) League supports skill development for boys and girls on small sided fields. This league is essentially the top division for these age groups at community football level. It underpins development for players aiming for Super League and Diamond League in Junior Competition and is a pathway to Northern Tigers for talented players.

  • 15 team competition in each age group
  • Available to boys and girls age Under 8 to Under 11
  • Training twice a week with an experienced and certified coach
  • Overseen by an experienced and certified Technical Director and Club Coach Coordinator
  • Occasional training sessions and games with Northern Tigers teams
  • Games played at set locations including Gala Days
  • Training at Auluba oval

This competition is played outside the normal Saturday competition where the majority of our Miniroos teams play. It does not diminish the community/participation aspect of football that is important at Kissing Point FC.

There will be additional costs associated with SAP League to support coaching payments. In addition, there are expectations on players in terms of attendance and attitude at training and game days. This environment will be the best possible learning environment for young players to increase their football skills and play the best teams from other participating clubs.

Trials for SAP League are held in November. For more information, email our friendly VP Miniroos.