Welcome to Ramsgate RSL Soccer Club
Ramsgate RSL Soccer Club (established 1959) welcomes boys and girls, men and women from ages U6 to All Age to join our progressive, exciting and friendly club. Ramsgate RSL Soccer Club aims to provide the best possible environment for the development of individual skills and team capabilities whilst promoting enjoyment through participation and achievement.
Ramsgate RSL Soccer Club won the St George Football Association 'Fair Play' award for 2010/11 and 2012/13.
At Ramsgate RSL Soccer Club:
- ALL players are encouraged to play in the spirit of the game
- Players are selected to ensure competitive and well balanced teams
- Coaches encourage involvement, improvement and fair play, including respect for referees
- Above all, we want players and coaches, parents and spectators to have fun and enjoy the game
Working With Children Check
The rules for working with children have changed. Therefore, anyone who is a volunteer or RTO (this includes coaches and managers) at Ramsgate RSL Soccer Club need to check the new guidelines on the SGFA website. If you are unsure about anything, please don't hesitate to bring it up with one of our club officials.
SGFA Holiday Football Super Clinics
It's back...bigger and better than ever. Click to download information on the April 2015 SGFA "Holiday Football SUPER CLINIC".
With only 4 weeks left until the end of the school term, it's time to start planning for "Football Training & Fun". Program Director, Aytek Genc (Ex-Socceroo), will be on hand over the 2 weeks to coach as well as oversee all the Football activities. Enrol and pay before March 24 to go into the draw to win a night for 2 staying at Kooindah Waters, Wyong NSW.
Goodbye to Summer Kick
Well, another off season has come and gone and it is now time to start preparing with your team. I have really enjoyed Summer Kick this year, with a large number of both returning and new players joining in. Tony, James and myself, tried to make Tuesday as fun for all participates as possible, whilst teaching all kids the finer arts of football.
I’d just like to thank all the kids for turning up each Tuesday and becoming involved with other Junior and Youth players from within the club. I am extremely proud of each and every child and wish them the best of luck for the season ahead. I’ll be getting around to as many games as possible this season, so I’ll see them out at the park.
To all the parents, thank you for intrusting us with your children. Your support during Summer Kick has helped us make Tuesday that special day of the week for us all.
The U12’s each and every week come down and assist with organising the Junior players, refereeing games and mentoring Junior players. This group as a whole assisted us with the assessing of all new players to the club. Stand out of this group is Mike, who even after injuring himself, continued to come down each Tuesday and assist in any way he could. This group of boys aren’t just our future leaders within the club, they are the current leaders amongst the Juniors. A point which makes me very very proud of all of them. Jamie is a current coach of our U11’s. He has not only done a fantastic job of coaching his U11’s, he has also developed the next group of age groups within our club. It is very difficult to find people to volunteer each week, for Jamie to arrive at Tanners Reserve every Tuesday at 5.45 and leave and head home at 7.30 is a super human effort. We would not of had a successful Summer Kick had it not be for Jamie. Many thanks Jamie.
An extra special member of the Summertime Kick is Tony. On most Tuesday’s, he is coming from Gosford or Parramatta to coach our Juniors and Youth kids. Tony’s main focus is teaching all our kids to play football properly with the inclusion of Fair Play. Thank you again for all your assistance this year.
If there is anyone I missed, my apologies, everyone has been extra helpful every Tuesday.
The club is in the process of submitting teams to the association for the 2015 season. A list of teams can be found here.
Team in 2015 have been formed where possible to keep fellow players together. If a coach and or manager is appointed to a team they will contact the team regarding training days. If no coach or manager is appointed, a representative of the club will contact the team and enquire if anyone is interested in coaching and/or managing.
Training equipment will be supplied to coaches this Wednesday, 11 March, at Scarborough Park (Production Ave) at the blue container from 4.00pm-5.30pm. Please let Leo know (0416 016 773) if you cannot make it and we can arrange an additional time. Uniforms and training gear will be distributed towards the end of March.
The 2015 season will kick off on 11 April.
Ramsgate RSL is always interested in players, to top up any vacancies in teams, to ensure a healthy balance of reserves in each team. The club currently has vacancies in the following age groups:
U/6/7/8/10 – both boys and girls
U12/13/16 girls and AAW
For any further information, please contact the club Registrar, Mary Pazvadis on 0432 508 323 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cadet Referee Course
Are you interested in becoming a cadet referee? The St George Football Referee Association is running a course. If you are a registered player with our club, we will pay for you to do the course. For more information, click on the link.
2015 REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
Go to our registration page for more information.
Ramsgate RSL Club
The success of our club owes much to the kind and generous financial contributions of the Ramsgate RSL Club (since 1982). The future wellbeing and viability of the soccer club is reliant on this relationship continuing. For this reason we encourage all senior players to become a member of Ramsgate RSL Club. For junior players, membership of one parent is appreciated. Membership is only $8.80 per year. Application forms will be available at registration.