Welcome to your position as Team Manager

This information has been put together to assist you with management of your team. Print the information you think will be needed for game day or otherwise and ask for help if you need it.

Let us know if any corrections are needed to this material, or any suggestions for info that you would like to see included.

Manager’s Resources:

  • Team contact list  –  will be emailed to you.  Print the list and add to your file.
  • Committee list (on the website) – please support them.  Remember they are all VOLUNTEERS.
  • Registration cards for your team (12s and up) – will be emailed to you.  Print and add to your file.
  • List of all teams in the club, with coaches and managers contact details – will be emailed to you.

Example of start-of-season info letter to parents/players:  docParentInfoLetterExample.doc

Team support roster – Canteen / Fruit / Ground Marshal:  docRoster.doc

Season planner – dates and holidays:

xlsSeasonDates-10s-11s.xls

xlsSeasonDates-Girls-13s-17s.xls

xlsSeasonDates-Juniors-12s-18s.xls

Match day information:  pdfGame_Day_Information.pdf

General & First Aid information:   pdfGeneral_Information.pdf

Junior/Girls League Top 4 Cup
(12s and up) - top 4 teams play off in Semis and Finals at end of season.  Please refer to Annexe rules.
Players must take part in 75% of fixtures after 30th June to be eligible to play in the Top 4 cup.
This means they must be listed on the match card for 7 of the 9 rounds in second half of season.

Insurancewww.footballwest.com.au/index.php?id=49
(This covers affiliated associations, clubs, officials, coaches, voluntary workers and players).

Referees
Fees for current season (12s and up):

pdf2015_FW_Referee_Fees.pdf

Referee Payment card (included in your kit)

Referee allocations are updated each week – usually by Friday night or Saturday morning. Check each week on Friday or Saturday to see if your game has been allocated an official referee. If not the home team will need to organise a ref.
Juniors:    Home club referees must be 2 years older than the age-group of the game being played.
Mens:       Home club referees must be at least 16 years of age in the year of competition.
Masters:   Home club referees must be at least 18 years of age in the year of competition.

Boys/Girls Ref Allocations (12s – 18s): www.footballwest.com.au/index.php?id=116
Men’s Ref Allocations:                           www.footballwest.com.au/index.php?id=114
Women’s Ref Allocations:                      www.footballwest.com.au/index.php?id=115
Cup round Ref Allocations:                     www.footballwest.com.au/index.php?id=146

Team Labels (name, registration no, shirt number) for match cards - template:
xlsTeamLabels14Players.xls

xlsTeamLabels16Players.xls

Instructions for team labels:  pdfTeam_labels_instructions.pdf

Linesperson (Assistant Referee)

Each team (12s and up) needs to supply a Linesperson for every game, the opposition will also supply a Linesperson.
You might have a volunteer who can do this each week, or you can do a roster.
Information on the Offside rule and flag signals can be found here:

pdfFFA Club Assistant Referee Presentation.pdf950.83 KB


International Clearance (ITC)

If a player's last club was in a country other than Australia, and the player 12 years old or older, then an ITC is required.
www.footballwest.com.au/index.php?id=itcs

How to complete the match card or senior team list:

How to complete a Junior match card

How to complete a Seniors Match Sheet

Match cards

U10-U11 Match card

12s-18s Match Card

Girls 13s-17s Match Card

Spectator Code of Conduct      pdfSpectator_Code_of_Behaviour.pdf

Opposition Club colours (2014):  pdfJuniorColours_2014.pdf

Club Venues:      www.foxsportspulse.com/assoc_page.cgi?c=1-8273-0-201262-0&a=VENUE

Competition Rules:

Competition Rules

MiniRoos Rules (5 to 11 years)

FW Annex to MiniRoos Rules (this applies first)

For further information:               Football West:                  www.footballwest.com.au