If your child is interested in playing with Taroona FC this season:
Follow the registration steps below
Contact the Junior Coordinator at email@example.com with any questions you may have.
Once registrations open...
How to secure your spot!
Step 1: Complete the Player Information Form by TBC
(make sure you use your Ticket to Play if you have one or two!)
Step 3: We will contact you to confirm the team we have placed your child in.
Step 4: Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in taking on the Team Manager or Coach role. Parent coaches receive a registration rebate for x1 child.
Our junior teams are formed once players are registered, please ensure you register and we will then place you in a team.
If your child has some friends they would prefer to play with, please note that on the Player Information Form and we will try our best.
If in the unlikely circumstance that we do not have enough players to form a team, we will refund you and assist you with finding another playing option elsewhere.
Every team will be required to provide a parent manager that is responsible for:
Communicating with the parents (via Team App)
Communicating with the Junior Coordinator
Organising subs on game day
Other parents may be required to assist with the role of game leader/referee on game day and other roles to support the team/club.
Registrations for the Juniors are a two step process.
First step: Register on Play Football to be placed into a team
*Make sure you select Taroona Football Club Juniors
Second step: Complete the Player Information Form
Full Online Registrations must be completed, including payment, by TBC
You must be registered and full payment made to be placed into a team. Please contact us if you need to set up a payment plan.
All player registration and payments will be made online. Fees for 2024 will be:
U5 to U7 - TBC inclusive of:
Insurance and all FFA/FFT/CRJFA fees (TBC)
x1 Saturday game
Support for x1 parent who will coach/manage the team for training & game
U8 to U12 - TBC inclusive of:
Insurance and all FFA/FFT/CRJFA (TBC)
x1 Saturday game
Support for x1 parent who will coach/manage team on the Saturday or players with a SKiLLS Coach must register for SKiLLS also
Ticket to Play
Ticket To Play Vouchers can be used to offset these costs.
Full registrations and payments must be completed by TBC on the Play Football site www.playfootball.com.au.
Players will need a Taroona FC orange skills shirt as well as black shorts and black soccer socks. The tops can be purchased through the club at a cost of $38, or a club kit comprising the orange skills top, black Nike shorts and black Nike socks at a total cost of $69. Shin pads and soccer boots are also essential. Complete the Player Information Form to confirm uniform order.
All volunteers must also register as a volunteer via www.playfootball.com.au (free to do!).
We understand that money can be a barrier, If you cannot afford it, we have payment options or club volunteer options available. We want to ensure that every player that wants to play football at Taroona FC can! Email email@example.com
Please visit our registration page form more information about the registration process.
Parents are encouraged and welcome to coach junior teams. Taroona FC is a community club run almost entirely by volunteers, parental involvement
is essential for the club to operate. Where a parent volunteers to coach their child’s team they will have their child’s registration fee refunded. All
equipment will be provided. Most teams will need a parent coach. The alternative is for a whole team to register for the Skills program and parents
will need to run the game on Saturday mornings.
The TFC Junior Skills training program for the duration of the soccer season is facilitated by accredited coaches supported by developing coaches.
All U5-U7 teams will need a parent coach as well as a team manager. For U5-U7 teams based at Albuera Street Primary training will continue to be at the school on a Wednesday afternoon straight after school and will finish at 4pm (negotiable). For U5-U7 teams based at Taroona training times will be at the school oval at a time to be decided by the coach. Training is reliant on a parent nominating to coach the team. Footballs, cones, pop-up goals and whistles will be provided. To be registered each team will need a parent volunteer to coach and another to manage the team. We strongly encourage all parents to attend the first training to get the team organised. Parents must ensure that their child is adequately supervised, whether by themselves or by another parent. This is not the coach’s responsibility; they are there to coach.
The volunteer coach will have their child’s (one only) registration fee rebated ($100 in 2023).
For U8-U12 teams without a parent coach to take training sessions, training will be conducted through the TFC Junior SAP training program which operates from Parliament Street Park on Wednesday afternoons at 3.30pm, and Kelvedon Oval/Taroona High School Top Oval on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4.00pm for the duration of the soccer season.
The program is designed for those new to the game, those who just want to have fun, and also for players looking to pursue a development or high-performance pathway. The program is facilitated by accredited coaches. The cost of registration is an additional $180 total for terms 2 and 3 if registration for the whole period if completed before the season starts. This is also available to any player who would like to participate in additional training.
All volunteers must also register on the Play Football site when their team is registered. There is no cost for registering as a volunteer.
Volunteers must hold a current Working With Vulnerable People registration and must provide their card number. If a parent is thinking about volunteering and doesn’t hold this registration it would be advisable to commence the registration process as it can take some time for it to be processed. There is a small fee on application associated with this. More information can be found at Registration to work with vulnerable people (cbos.tas.gov.au).
Games are played on Saturdays between 9am and 2pm. Details of games check out our Club Calendar