Goalkeeper Program

Summary

This is the first year for the Goalkeeper Program. It is avaliable for MiniRoos (U8-U11) players as nominated by your team coach. As more coaches are found it will be expanded to include two players per team and Juniors (U12-U16). 

The Goalkeeper Program will focus on aspects of goalkeeping and the development of each player’s skills and technique.

The program will enhance the opportunities for young children to receive quality, consistent coaching.  In acquiring basic skills free of competition, participating children will not only learn correct technique but will likely develop a love of the “world game”.

Program

Ipswich City Football Club Goalkeeper Program includes: 

  • 12 week program
  • 1 x 45min sessions per week
  • Learn goalkeeper specific  skills and techniques
  • Sessions that build skills through games and simple drills delivered in an engaging and inclusive environment
  • Every player gets plenty of time on the ball and the prime aim of each session is for children to build fundamental motor skills

Playing Equipment

Under our Duty of Care policy all players must wear shin pads, boots and bring a water bottle to all training sessions and games. Any player not wearing shin pads and boots will not be allowed to train.

Players are required to wear/bring:

  • Boots (Boots must have molded studs NOT screw in studs)
  • Shin Pads
  • Goalkeeper gloves
  • Water bottle

Wet Weather

When training or home matches are cancelled due to wet weather the field status on the club website will be updated as soon as possible. The Field Status is located in the middle of the website home page www.ipswichcityfootball.org.au

Parents and players are requested to contact their team managers or coaches for confirmation. Due to the high number of teams and players please DO NOT telephone, text message, email or Facebook message the club or Council as this will only tie up the resources and delay the Club notifying volunteers and or Football Brisbane.

Training

When are the sessions?

Goalkeeper sessions are run over two six-week brackets, with a two week break over the June, July school holidays.

Where: Sutton Park Brassall
Day(s): Thursday
Time: 6:00pm – 6:45pm

Bracket 1

First Night: Thursday, 24 May 2018  

Last Night: Thursday, 28 June 2018

    Bracket 2

    First Night: Thursday, 19 July 2018

    Last Night: Thursday, 23 August 2018  

Please note that dates and times are subject to change due to ground availability. Please keep up to date via our Website www.IpswichCityFootball.org.au

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the Program?

All sessions are at Sutton Park. No travel is required.

How do I register?

You need to be nominated by your Team Coach.

How much does it cost?

www.ipswichcityfootball.org.au/sign-on

 Program

 Rego 

 Match Fee 

 Included

 Goalkeeper Program   

 $40

 NA

 

 

How do I pay?

There are three methods of payment. The preferred method of payment is via bank transfer.

  • Pay Online during the registration process
  • Pay at the club
  • Pay via bank transfer

The details are below:

BSB: 633000
Account No: 156143620
Account Name: Ipswich City All Sports
Reference: “Your FFA Number” e.g. 52654896

About Our Club

Ipswich City Soccer Club, "The Bulls", was formed in 1975 with five teams and 70 players, drawn from all parts of Ipswich City, although most of them came from Leichhardt, Brassall & surrounding areas. The first committee meeting was held on 16th Feb 1975. The committee voted Noel McCool as President, Pam McCool as Secretary & John Hohnke as Treasurer. Mrs Jones was also voted President of the Ladies committee. Committee members voted were: Joe Korhecz, Ray Jones, Barry Roberts, Brian Hartwell & John Stains.