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Alstonville and District Football Club (Villa FC) has been providing a fun football experience for the people of the Alstonville Plateau since 1972.
During our proud history we have focused on being an inclusive club promoting positive behaviours and participation in team sport.
The club provides a pathway for talented players with strong teams in both the men's and women's premier divisions and in the junior competitions.
Our sense of community and love for the game makes this a great club to be involved with. New players and volunteers are always welcome. Please click on the 'Contact Us' menu item above for all inquiries.
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Published on Wednesday, 31 August 2016 14:20
2016 Summer Youth League
Boys & Girls Summer Youth League is being run again this year for 14-20yr old players.
This competition runs over school term 4 and games are on Friday nights on a home and away basis (within FFNC). There is a player registration cost for this competition TBA.
We have nominated a boys and a girls team this year and we are looking for interested players to attend trials.
Tues 6 Sept - 6pm @ CP
Sat 10 Sept - 4pm @ CP
The Boys team coach will be Dave Gambley.
Wed 7 Sept - 6pm @ CP
The Girls team coach will be David Moore-Evans.
Published on Thursday, 16 June 2016 23:56
What is Winning?
(By Steve Watson, youth coach)
Maybe it's time to redefine "winning".
- Winning to me is to have everyone still playing at U12 that started at U6.
- Winning is giving the children a passion for the game they can enjoy for life.
- Winning is challenging every player to achieve realistic goals based on the child's individual abilities.
- Winning is always being a positive role model.
Think of the difference the child sees in coaches who want their kids to have fun versus those coaches screaming at the players, the ref and each other across the field.
Soccer can be enjoyed at all ages. Let's not drive the next Mia Hamm or David Beckham from soccer at U7 because of our misguided concept of winning.
Also see a great article about "WINNING vs DEVELOPMENT" here and a very interesting survey about what kids themselves value in sport.
Published on Wednesday, 31 August 2016 23:22
Gr16 Girls Team off to Tasmania!
Our Gr16 Girls team is finishing the season by traveling to Launceston to play in a junior tournament from 23-25 Sept, where they will be competing with other girls teams from around Tasmania and beyond.
The girls have worked hard all season with fundraising events for the trip. They will be holding a final sausage sizzler at the junior presentations on 18 Sept from 11:30-12:30. Come on down for a good feed and support the girls.
We wish the Gr16 girls team all the best for their trip!
Published on Sunday, 07 August 2016 20:45
2016 Carnival - A Great Day!
With possible rain predicted it was decided on Saturday afternoon to go ahead with our 2016 Junior Carnival, held on Sunday 7 Aug.
It ended up being a great day weather wise and even better for around 1100 players and 130 teams who enjoyed an action packed day of football and fun. The carnival is all about the players and seeing smiles on their faces, and by all accounts this was achieved.
This year we had many teams from outside our zone including: Victoria Point, Robina, Burleigh Heads, Tweed Heads, Kingscliff, Murwillumbah & Maclean. Thanks to these teams for traveling all that way, we hope you enjoyed the day!
A huge thanks goes to all our wonderful volunteers who started the day very early and never stopped all day. And also to all those who helped behind the scenes putting in many hours to prepare for this big day.
And without all the teams who participated it wouldn't have been such a great day, thank you!
We would also like to thank our valued 2016 Carnival Sponsors:
- Clarence Property
- Alstonville Plaza
- LaFaro Accountants
Published on Tuesday, 09 August 2016 12:11
DRAFT 2016 Grand Final Series
Here is the DRAFT grand final dates. Note this is subject to change!
|FFNC 2016 Grand Final Series|
|DRAFT updated 11th July|
Saturday Sept. 3
|5.45pm||Mens Div. 5|
Sunday Sept. 4
|11.45am||Womens Div. 5|
|1.45pm||Womens Div. 4|
Friday Sept. 9
|5.45pm||Mens Div 7|
|7.45pm||Mens Div. 6|
Saturday Sept. 10
Sunday Sept. 11
|11.30am||Womens Div. 3|
|1.45pm||Womens Div. 2|
Friday Sept. 16
|6pm||Mens Div. 4|
|8pm||Mens Div. 3|
Saturday Sept. 17th
|11.30am||Mens Div. 2|
|1.30pm||Mens Div. 1|