Winter Season April to August
Teams Male and Female teams for each age group are formed for

  • Division 1 through the Club’s annual grading process
  • All other divisions through social and friendship groups.
Training
  • Non graded teams attend one training session per week and can attend optional development sessions
  • Division 1 graded teams attend one training session and one compulsory development session per week
  • Training takes place at one of BDFC’s grounds- Birchgrove, Easton, Glover St or Cohen Park on a week day afternoon
Location Games are played at home and away fields throughout the Canterbury District Football Soccer Association (CDSFA)
Game Times Sunday from 8am to 3pm
Equipment
  • All players are expected to wear the club’s full kit (shirt, shorts, and socks)
  • Players bring their own football boots and shin pads
Coaching Volunteer coaches drawn from our parent and player community provide coaching for our youth teams. Parents are encouraged to participate as coaches or assistant coaches and will be provided with all the resources required to support their team, including opportunities to complete relevant coaching certificates.
Managing Each team has a volunteer manager drawn from the parents and carers of the team players. For these age groups, the manager’s role is to:

  • Communicate games and training sessions times and locations
  • Manage player cards and game record sheets
  • Pay referee match fees
  • Assist the team coach in managing game day activities
  • Coordinate the team to complete the teams ground official duties

Volunteer Managers are fully briefed and supported by the Club

Ground Official Duties All teams are required to provide six adults to complete one morning or afternoon of ground official duties at a club ground through the season. Each team will receive their allocated ground official time at the start of the season.

For more information on Youth teams contact the coordinator for your age group