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FUN FOOTBALL (7-8)

Our Fun Football programme caters for children 7-8 years of age in 2022. Nomads United AFC's ​Fun Football is an in-house club programme which is aimed at promoting the “Fun Football” philosophy of New Zealand Football’s Junior Framework.

 

The “Fun Football” programme objectives are to develop the basic skills already learnt including football techniques and football coordination, provide a fun, playful environment which encourages children to develop a positive sense of themselves, respect for others, a positive disposition to learn new skills, and a sense of pride in their ability to master them. We also aim to improve cognitive thinking, coordination and body control whilst developing basic football techniques to form a strong base as they grow and progress through the Nomads United programmes.

Starts: Saturday 30th April 2022

Finishes: Saturday 4th September 2022

Location: Jellie Park

Saturdays only from 11.00am-12.05pm 

*Note there are no games scheduled for the 16th July (middle weekend of school holidays).

For more information you can check out our Fun Football Information Sheet 2022.

The Club provides a playing shirt for the season as part of your membership subscription. Subs for the season are $130.

The club relies on volunteers to manage the teams as gameday leaders. If you are able to help out please email admin@nomadsafc.org. Priority of team placement will go to volunteer parents in the first instance. 

We will do our best to place all players into a team however we cannot guarantee placement. In the event that we cannot place you in a team you will be provided a full refund of your membership fees. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scorching Goal Football Fund

The Scorching Goal Football Fund has been established to assist children and youth attending primary or secondary school, aged between 5 years and 18 years who are from financially disadvantaged families or backgrounds, and where finance is a barrier to participation, either at club level, across development programmes or at representative level.

This is not a fund established to specifically support talented players but is rather about providing children and youth with the opportunity to continue to participate in football.

Please click here for more information on the Mainland Football website.​​​

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