juniors (U12 to U18)
Our Junior competition caters for both boys and girls aged U12 to U18.
Registration opens in January, with grading and pre-season training in February. The Junior competition season runs from the first weekend in April through to August.
Grading is used to form cohesive teams of similar ability.
Coaches are typically very experienced players/parents, who have undertaken coaching courses. At Kissing Point FC, coaches are supported through our collaborative coaching program.
Games follow the NSFA Competition Regulations. With game times and field sizes changing according to player age.
|Age||Ball size||Mins per half||Players||Field size|
|U12||4||25||9 v 9||midi|
|U13||4||30||11 v 11||full|
|U14||5||30||11 v 11||full|
|U15||5||35||11 v 11||full|
|U16||5||35||11 v 11||full|
|U18||5||45||11 v 11||full|
All training is during the week at one of the local ovals – Auluba, Comenarra or Howson. The training schedule is here.
Girls can play in a mixed team with matches on Saturdays, or in a girls team with matches on Sundays, or both. For more information about girls football, click here.
To register, click here.
If you have questions, email our friendly VP for Junior Competition.
super League (U12 to U18)
Players who are keen to play at the top level of community football are encouraged to try out for Super League. Super League trials take place in November, with team announcements in December. In summary, Super League involves:
- An accredited coach, provided by our training partner XLR8
- Two training sessions per week for at least 24 weeks
- Individual player report (mid-season and post-season)
- Exposure to the Northern Tigers FC pathway
Fees for Super League are higher than other divisions due to the additional coaching.
For more information, email our friendly VP for Junior Competition.
SEASON ’22 FORMAT FOR JUNIORS
There are 20 weekends for Junior Mixed competitions. Refer to the Dates page for season start/end, holidays and events.
The format for all competitions is as follows:
- 18 round competitions (less washouts) with a two-week final series for the top 4 teams (1 v 4, 2 v 3, winners progress to grand final).
- To schedule 18 competition rounds, NSFA may not be able to achieve equal competitions where teams play each other the same amount of times. The draw is randomly generated prior to the commence of the season so there will be no bias at play.
- 6 – team divisions: 15 rounds plus 3 extra rounds drawn at random
- 8 – team divisions: 14 rounds plus 4 extra rounds drawn at random
- 10-team divisions: 18 rounds
- The grand final winner will be declared the “Final Series Winner”. First past the post in every division will be referred to as the “Premiers”.
- Invitation to participate in Champion of Champions will still be decided by the team that finishes as “Premiers” (First Past The Post) in ‘Super League’ of each age group.
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