Coaching Resources

Coaching

Coaching courses:


Welcome to Season 2022

 

UQFC is delighted to confirm that we will again provide support to both Parent and Non Parent Coaches by offering the opportunity to participate in coaching education workshops.

 

Attention All U6-U8 Team Managers & Coaches 

 

The first FREE coaching course to be hosted by UQFC in 2022 will be for the Parents/Coaches of the U6, U7 and U8 Miniroos. 

 

This 2-3 hour course is fully practical and encourages the coach to develop practices that are based on FUN.  The emphasis is on natural development and FUN football exercises are the key to help ensure that these young players learn through play and build a love for the game.  Coaches will be exposed to basic rules of the game whilst gaining insight and tips on building a positive football culture in a completely practical setting.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:  All UQFC Miniroos Coaches U6, U7 and U8

COURSE: Miniroos GRASSROOTS COACHING WORKSHOP

WHEN: Saturday 5th March 2022 

TIME: 2pm-5pm

VENUE: Cubberla Creek/Akuna Oval (Bottom Fields), 145 Fig Tree Pocket Road



PLACES ARE LIMITED SO EARLY REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED

Registrations will need to be made via the following link, once you have registered in Playfootball as "Volunteer", 

(your FFA number is required)   

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER 


 


Coaching resources

At UQFC we are fortunate to have some of the leading coaches in Queensland developing our top tier teams.  We also have a dedicated group of volunteer coaches across all age groups, many of whom are licensed or taking qualifications through Club-funded support.

If you are interested in joining our Junior team of coaches please fill out our Expression of Interest form: https://uqfc.com.au/2022-expression-of-interest-for-coaches . Alternatively you can contact the Director of Football or the Junior Director of Coaching.



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Coaching support


Football Federation Australia has created a series of short videos to help introduce coaches into football:


Understanding footballLet them play - for fun
How to run your first training sessionKeeping kids playing the game
How to be an organised coachHow to engage the team
How to change things to maintain engagementHow to reflect to improve your training sessions

Training plans - U5 - U8


Discovery phaseNAB Skills SessionsFootball FUNdamentals Guidebook

Training plans - U8 - U12


First Touch training plan 1 - FT into spaceFirst Touch training plan 2 - FT away from defender
Striking the ball training plan 1 - SB medium range shootingStriking the ball training plan 2 SAP - SB forward passing
Running with the ball training plan 1 - RWB at speedRunning with the ball training plan 2 - forward running
Running with the ball training plan 3 SAP - RWB attacking space1V1 training plan 1 SAP - 1V1 change of speed
1V1 training plan S2 SAP - 1V1 attacking space behind defenders1V1 training plan 3 SAP - 1V1 change of direction
First touch training plan 3 SAP - FT out of feetFirst touch training plan 4 SAP - FT quick release
Striking the ball training plan 3 SAP - SB passes through defensive linesStriking the ball training plan 4 SAP - SB long range shooting

Looking for more?  Browse the coaching resources on the Play Football website.


FFA Coaching Curriculum


The FFA National Football Curriculum examines how Australians play football, exploring the philosophy behind how we should play and illustrating practical steps that bring the thinking to life in training and matches.


Having this football curriculum available for all coaches is a key part of the FFA's strategic plan to make football the biggest and most popular game in Australia.

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