NEWS

Recent Announcements

  • 2020 Key Dates

    Posted 15 Jan 2020, 17:51 by RLWSC President
  • New Website
    RLWSC is working on a new website! We hope it to be up and running before the end of January.

    Did you know we are on facebook and instagram?
    Follow us for updates and news 

    Posted 1 Jan 2020, 17:05 by RLWSC President
  • Development News January 2019
    Coaching Roll-Out
    • Game Training (u12 to all age) - 1st, 3rd & 4th February
    • Skill Training (9 to 13 year olds) - 15th, 17th & 18th February

    More details here.
    Posted 22 Jan 2019, 04:06 by RLWSC Secretary
  • 2019 competition schedule

    full schedule available here

    Week 1: 7 April
    Week 2: 14 April – double header for 10-team competitions (competitive – group 1)
        Easter: 19 – 22 April
    Week 3: 28 April – double header for 10-team competitions (competitive – group 2)
    Week 4: 5 May – double header for 12-team competitions (competitive)
    Week 5: 12 May
    Week 6: 19 May
    Week 7: 26 May – Charity Round
    Week 8: 2 June
        Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend: 8/9 June – catch up games scheduled + scheduled round for 10/12-team competitions as required. SSF (U8-11) divisions will undergo a natural review/regrade by the Association.
    Week 9: 16 June
    Week 10: 23 June
    Following Week 10 (or 11 if so needed) the 12-team competitions (competitive) will be split for the remaining five (5) rounds.
    Week 11: 30 June
    Week 12: 7 July
    Week 13: 21 July
    Week 14: 28 July – final planned round for 8-team competitions
    Week 15: 4 August – final planned round for ALL other competitions
    Week 16: 11 August
    Week 17: 18 August
    Week 18: 25 August – MiniRoos Presentation Round AND Grand Finals (last ones)
    Posted 22 Jan 2019, 03:58 by RLWSC Secretary
  • Grassroots Expo (Grassroots Certificate Coaching Course)

    The Association’s annual Grassroots Expo night (incorporating the Grassroots Certificate coaching course) will be conducted on Wednesday 4th April at Pratten Park, 6pm. The information/registration link is below.

     

    Expo Linkhttps://www.footballcanterbury.com.au/events/16581/

     

    This Expo has become an unofficial opening event for the season where numerous new coaches (at times in excess of 80 individuals at a session) attend their first course to gain information on coaching techniques and drills for some of our youngest participants. It is conducted by the Football NSW Coach Education Manager, Oscar Gonzalez.

     

    All attendees are required to register to attend in order for them to be able to gain their coaching accreditation.


    Posted 28 Feb 2018, 03:05 by RLWSC Secretary
Showing posts 1 - 5 of 15. View more »
Registrations are open for 2019 season

If you are registering a junior player (age 5 to 18, get your ActiveKids voucher first.

Create a new account using your email address. The system will pull through all MFC (prior year) registrations with the same email and give you the opportunity to link them.

You will need a photo to register.

2020 Key Dates

posted 15 Jan 2020, 17:51 by RLWSC President


New Website

posted 17 Oct 2019, 21:14 by RLWSC President   [ updated 1 Jan 2020, 17:05 ]

RLWSC is working on a new website! We hope it to be up and running before the end of January.

Did you know we are on facebook and instagram?
Follow us for updates and news 

Development News January 2019

posted 22 Jan 2019, 04:01 by RLWSC Secretary   [ updated 22 Jan 2019, 04:06 ]

Coaching Roll-Out
  • Game Training (u12 to all age) - 1st, 3rd & 4th February
  • Skill Training (9 to 13 year olds) - 15th, 17th & 18th February

More details here.

2019 competition schedule

posted 22 Jan 2019, 03:58 by RLWSC Secretary   [ updated 22 Jan 2019, 03:58 ]

full schedule available here

Week 1: 7 April
Week 2: 14 April – double header for 10-team competitions (competitive – group 1)
    Easter: 19 – 22 April
Week 3: 28 April – double header for 10-team competitions (competitive – group 2)
Week 4: 5 May – double header for 12-team competitions (competitive)
Week 5: 12 May
Week 6: 19 May
Week 7: 26 May – Charity Round
Week 8: 2 June
    Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend: 8/9 June – catch up games scheduled + scheduled round for 10/12-team competitions as required. SSF (U8-11) divisions will undergo a natural review/regrade by the Association.
Week 9: 16 June
Week 10: 23 June
Following Week 10 (or 11 if so needed) the 12-team competitions (competitive) will be split for the remaining five (5) rounds.
Week 11: 30 June
Week 12: 7 July
Week 13: 21 July
Week 14: 28 July – final planned round for 8-team competitions
Week 15: 4 August – final planned round for ALL other competitions
Week 16: 11 August
Week 17: 18 August
Week 18: 25 August – MiniRoos Presentation Round AND Grand Finals (last ones)

Grassroots Expo (Grassroots Certificate Coaching Course)

posted 28 Feb 2018, 03:04 by RLWSC Secretary   [ updated 28 Feb 2018, 03:05 ]

The Association’s annual Grassroots Expo night (incorporating the Grassroots Certificate coaching course) will be conducted on Wednesday 4th April at Pratten Park, 6pm. The information/registration link is below.

 

Expo Linkhttps://www.footballcanterbury.com.au/events/16581/

 

This Expo has become an unofficial opening event for the season where numerous new coaches (at times in excess of 80 individuals at a session) attend their first course to gain information on coaching techniques and drills for some of our youngest participants. It is conducted by the Football NSW Coach Education Manager, Oscar Gonzalez.

 

All attendees are required to register to attend in order for them to be able to gain their coaching accreditation.


CDSFA Digital Content and Social Media Coordinator - Volunteer - Honoraria

posted 27 Feb 2018, 02:53 by RLWSC Secretary   [ updated 27 Feb 2018, 02:54 ]

The CDSFA is seeking the services of a person to take on the role of managing the Association’s digital and social media platforms.

 

The role is one of a volunteer, but with an honoraria attached. This being $3K.

 

Ideally, the role would be well suited to a 2nd or 3rd year university student who is undertaking a course in communications, journalism, sports marketing of public relations.

 

It presents an opportunity to commence building a CV which can demonstrate the skills the student has acquired as part of the course being undertaken.


CDSFA Digital Content and Social Media Coordinator AD March 2018

CDSFA Digital Content and Social Media Coordinator Position Description March 2018

Finals for Sunday 20 August

posted 15 Aug 2017, 20:00 by KT Wlodarczyk   [ updated 15 Aug 2017, 20:04 ]

Finals games set for this weekend will appear in the normal draw and will have a Round 53 to identify them as a finals game.

 

1.       The home team (first listed) shall have an alternate playing strip when a potential clash of colours is evident.

2.       ID Cards must be visible for Team Officials AND they must be in the Hi-Vis Yellow Team Official Vests.

3.       Only TWO Team Officials are permitted on the bench.

4.       Only Reserves actually participating in the game are to locate themselves on the bench. Injured players not participating or players simply not playing in the game are not permitted on the bench at any time.

5.       Players dismissed from the field are required to leave the pitch and cannot remain in the technical area or within the rope/fence.

6.       Foul & Abusive language (swearing) is not tolerated and Referees are under instruction to dismiss players and Team Officials from the game when this occurs.

7.       As your finals are being played on neutral venues, you are to ensure you act appropriately and follow any reasonable direction given by the host club. Failure to provide adequate assistance/support when asked may give cause to disciplinary penalties.

8.       Each participating team is to provide a vested Ground Official at the game to assist the host club manage the conduct of games/teams/spectators.

 

REMEMBER: The home team (first listed) is responsible for providing the match sheet. The Winning team is to retain the match sheet at the end of the game and send to the Association to confirm future movement in the finals.

 

Once a player participates in a finals game for a particular team they are then locked into that team for the remainder of the season. All players that play in a finals game will have the same team marking on their ID cards and appear on the official match sheet.

CDSFA & BADFA - Futsal

posted 10 Aug 2017, 05:48 by RLWSC President

Bankstown District Amateur Football Association (BDAFA) in conjunction with Canterbury District Soccer Football Association (CDSFA) is running a futsal competition out of the Morris Iemma Indoor Sports Centre (MIISC) in Riverwood. This is an opportunity for member clubs to enter a competition that is not a private for profit operation, and a competition that will have a proper governance and disciplinary structure in place.

 

The two Associations have agreed to appoint Charlotte Ercil as the Competition Administrator. Charlotte is an experience competition manager and is based at the Bankstown Association.

 

The CDSFA is embarking on this venture as part of providing club with the opportunity to provide football activity on a year round basis. It has become evident with the number of privately operated summer competitions that there is a demand for this service. This is a toe in the water type exercise. We are joined by both the Bankstown Association and the City of Canterbury Bankstown Council in this venture.

 

The Morris Iemma Indoor Centre has two indoor courts. The facility itself is very modern with plenty of parking.

 

The CDSFA & BDAFA have been able to secure Monday afternoons & evening and Wednesday afternoons and evenings.

 

Both Associations have agreed to conduct competitions for Under 9 (Boys & Girls), Under 11 (Boys & Girls), Under 13 (Boys and Girls) and Under 15 (Boys & Girls).

 

For Adults the two Associations are looking to conduct All Age Men, All Age Women and a Mixed Competition.

 

Attached is an outline of the competition structure and costs

 

With the competition starting on 4th September, get your team together and register now via the following link:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CBfutsalTNF

All important information can also be found on this page.

 

Once registering a team, players are able to register themselves (as an individual player) via MyFootballClub.

 

For any questions about the competition, please email futsal@bdafa.com.au

Finals for Sunday 30th

posted 25 Jul 2017, 04:37 by RLWSC President   [ updated 25 Jul 2017, 06:10 ]


A number of divisions that have completed their Rounds will commence finals this coming weekend – Saturday 29th / Sunday 30th July.

 

Finals games set for this weekend will appear in the normal draw and will have a Round 50 to identify them as a finals game.

 

1.       The home team (first listed) shall have an alternate playing strip when a potential clash of colours is evident.

2.       ID Cards must be visible for Team Officials AND they must be in the Hi-Vis Yellow Team Official Vests.

3.       Only TWO Team Officials are permitted on the bench.

4.       Only Reserves actually participating in the game are to locate themselves on the bench. Injured players not participating or players simply not playing in the game are not permitted on the bench at any time.

5.       Players dismissed from the field are required to leave the pitch and cannot remain in the technical area or within the rope/fence.

6.       Foul & Abusive language (swearing) is not tolerated and Referees are under instruction to dismiss players and Team Officials from the game when this occurs.

7.       As your finals are being played on neutral venues, you are to ensure you act appropriately and follow any reasonable direction given by the host club. Failure to provide adequate assistance/support when asked may give cause to disciplinary penalties.

8.       Each participating team is to provide a vested Ground Official at the game to assist the host club manage the conduct of games/teams/spectators.

 

REMEMBER: The home team (first listed) is responsible for providing the match sheet. The Winning team is to retain the match sheet at the end of the game and send to the Association to confirm future movement in the finals.

 

Once a player participates in a finals game for a particular team they are then locked into that team for the remainder of the season. All players that play in a finals game will have the same team marking on their ID cards and appear on the official match sheet.

 

(Attached – Bulletin #28 previously issued)

Finals Series

posted 25 Jul 2017, 04:07 by RLWSC President   [ updated 25 Jul 2017, 06:10 ]

Please see attached Bulletin that addresses some pertinent matters relating to the conduct of the final series.

 

The Association strongly recommends clubs provide this circular to all team managers and coaches.

 

Likewise, the Association also recommends the CRA distribute it to their members who will be appointed to semi-final, final and grand final fixtures.

1-10 of 15