Boys Program

The Collingwood City Soccer Club has established a successful junior program for boys and girls.

In 2016 CCFC and Richmond SC have aligned themselves in a unique situation that has junior players as its key focus. All miniroos programs will now be run through Collingwood City. 

To read more about this program please see Community engagement program

Collingwood City FC is a vibrant, progressive, development club for players of all abilities.

We cater for children

  • 3½-5 in our Kinder program,
  • 6/7 in our skills training Saturday program
  • under 8-11 in the miniroos program  (The clubs fields numerous teams in each age groups to cater for all skill levels and experience)
  • under 12-18  (junior and youth development)

The program aims to allow children to develop and maintain a love of the game while while enhancing their development as they mature as players within our system. The program covers the basic fundamentals of football through to technical game training sessions
The focus on player development is in line with the FFA national coaching curriculum and world best practice.

Coaches at CCFC specialise in small sided football (MiniRoos) and junior training programs and their focus and passion is the development of boys and girls at this age. The training style differs to Senior’s and requires great patience and understanding of the needs of this age to ensure full benefits are derived while maintaining fun and enjoyment

Under the expert guidance of our coaches, our goal is to transform your child into a sharper, fitter and more strategic player and to enhance the technical ability of all ages, both boys and girls while fostering in them a love of the game.


To register your interest for season 2017 and/or receive further information press link below


Season Training nights 2017


CCFC junior training starts in term one after school returns. During term one players are assessed and allocated into teams based on skill level, training commitment and friendship groups. The games commence in term two Saturday 22nd April and Sunday 23rd April.

Boys under 8-11 play Saturday mornings and players under 12 upwards and all girls teams play Sunday.

This year teams need to be capped and in the New Year returning players will need to book positions for the season and then registration will be opened to new players after a week.

To receive the club email communications please register for the club


Boys and Girls Programs 

Kinder Kids (boys and girls)

Saturday 3pm

Under 6/7 (boys and girls)

Saturday 3pm


Girls Skill Program and team training

Monday nights 4.30-5.30 (5.45 for older girls)

Sunday Games option in term 2 and 3

Boys Programs

Under 8/9

Train Wednesday nights 4.45-6.00pm  

(Saturday games)

Option for extra training nights

Under 10/11

Train Tuesday and Thursday nights

4.30-6.00pm -

(Saturday games)

Under 12/13/14/15/16/18

Training nights vary

5.00-6.30pm and 6.30-8pm

(Sunday games)

 


Goal Keeper Training

Goal keeper specific training will be included in the club fees for players that are in under 8/9 training one night and players in under 10/11 training 2 nights. 

The session will run Monday nights

  • 4.45-5.45pm

Training can be offered to non club players if they would like to join the program  


MiniRoos is a smaller version of football that provides boys and girls aged 4 - 11 with a fun introduction to the world game.MiniRoos is designed for kids; it is all  about having fun, learning new skills and making life-long friends. Delivered by grassroots clubs across Australia, MiniRoos provides opportunities for boys and girls of all abilities, shapes and sizes to play football. Football is the game that everyone can play, so get involved and become a MiniRoo today! 

MiniRoos provides an enjoyable participation experience for young people of all abilities with a major focus on skill development through freedom of expression, minimal coaching, and limited emphasis on the scoreboard. MiniRoos is a modified version of the game designed to meet the needs of players aged 5 - 11.  The smaller sized fields with fewer numbers of players per team encourages more touches on the ball and opportunities for more goals to be scored.