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GIRLS ONLY LEAGUE

REGISTER

 

Registrations for the 2023 winter season are opening soon.

KEY DATES

Season starts 29 April.

Season ends 3 September.

No games in middle week of school holidays.

Overview

Junior girls have several options for playing football:

  • Girls-only league: open to players from age 7 up and teams play on a Sunday morning (information on this page). 

  • Mixed football: girls play in teams with boys and girls (information here).

  • Mixed and Girls only: girls can select both mixed and girls-only meaning they play both Saturday and Sunday.

The Girls Only League is open to all girls of all abilities aged 7 to 14 (born 2015 to 2008). Games are played on Sunday mornings. The focus of the league is on fun and participation - meaning that the league is suitable for girls first learning football right through to those who have good skills and have played a while.  

Juniors Day:  Date and Time TBC. Come along and ask your questions about the upcoming season, register, play some fun games of football, sausage sizzle/drinks, Football Central will be selling team gear and later the bar will be open for the Central League Men’s team game from 2.00pm.

About the league

As noted above, the Girls Only League is open to all girls of all abilities aged 7 to 14 (born 2015 to 2008).  Your child's 'grade' is based on their age - for example children who turn 9 in 2022 will be in grade 9.

 

The focus of the league is on fun and participation - meaning that the league is suitable for girls first learning football right through to those who have good skills and have played a while.  

 

​Teams play small-sided games on artificial turf (and so matches are rarely cancelled). Games are played on Sunday mornings.  

 

The time and location for each week’s games is determined by a draw published by Capital Football, which can be found here. You can find details on Wellington region ground locations here

 

The number of players allowed on the field at a time (including a goalkeeper) is as follows: 

  • ​GOSL Grades 7-8: 5 players

  • ​GOSL Grades 9-10: 7 players

  • GOSL Grades 11-12: 9 players 

  • GOSL Grades 13-14: 11 players

About team trainings

Players usually participate in a training after school once a week. Team trainings will be led by a parent coach from each team. Turn up to your team training and the weekly Sunday morning game. Play with your friends, meet new friends, and enjoy some fun football on the weekend.

When and where?

 

Key dates

 

Season start:  Sunday 29 April

Season end:  Sunday 3 September

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Games:  Sunday mornings (and occasionally Friday evenings) at a time and location depending on the weekly draw published by Capital Football.

Trainings: See details above.

School holiday break

 

Football runs on the first and last weekend of the school holidays, but we take a break for Easter weekend (if it falls during the season) and the middle weekend of the school holidays.

School Holiday and Summer Programmes

 

The club runs a popular school holiday programme, and summer programmes during terms 1 and 4.  We would love to see your child involved! More information can be found on the "Programmes" page here.