Welcome to the Avalon Soccer Club Coaching Web Site. This area of our website is continual education and development of Avalon Soccer Club Coaches. This site has been specifically developed for your use so please make good use of it.
Please note that ALL Coaches and Managers will have to complete a Working With Children Check.
Click on the link to the FootballNSW site for more information and to apply for your Working with Children number if you do not yet have one.
For more information contact WWC@avalonsoccerclub.com.au
We are a community based, grass-roots volunteer run club. Our coaches and managers volunteer their time and skills to ensure our children have a positive and productive experience playing football. We provide the tools and resources to deliver this and are in the early stages of our journey with regards to coach development and education.
It is important to reinforce that parents should not be paying money to any coach who trains and coaches our AVSC teams. The MWFA have very strict rules, procedures and policies regarding this and as such due process must be followed or risk your team being removed from the competition
Club Coach Co-Ordinator Program
The Club Coach Co-ordinator Program (CCC) is a nationwide program from Football Federation Australia and is designed to support grassroots coaches in their own environment at their club.
Avalon Soccer Club has recently launched the CCC program and aims to support its members by ensuring all coaches are comfortable and confident delivering fun, engaging and age-appropriate training sessions for their team.
The CCC program will help build relationships through the club as we work together for the players by supporting parents and new and inexperienced coaches so that our players and coaches will have a better experience and continue to be involved each year. The CCC’s at Avalon are currently Jud Harrision and John Kowtan who are available for coaching support and guidance.
The links below will allow you to access the age specific training drills and materials as starting point. Here are models and drills for the 4 key parts of the curriculum.
DISCOVERY PHASE (6-7 Years)
SKILL ACQUISITION (8-11 years)
GAME TRAINING (12-15 years)
PERFORMANCE PHASE (16+)