BRINDABELLA BLUES FC
BBFC now using VEO technology
Brindabella Blues Football Club provides players of all ages the opportunity to play football
in the following leagues / competitions:
Miniroos - fun training and games with mixed teams suitable for players under 5 to
under 11 years old
Juniors - open and girls competitions suitable for players under 12 to under 18 years old
Summer Programs - a social, mixed age family competition played over summer for
players older than 14 years of age
CPL Youth (Capital Premier League) - teams are entered in the Under 13, 14, 16, 18, 23
and First Grade competitions. Any queries can be directed at NPL@bbfc.org.au.
Further information related to these competitions is available on each of the respective pages
by clicking on the links above or through the menu on the left.
The age group the player is qualified to play for in the current year depends on the age of the
player at 1 January of the current year e.g., if a player turns 13 in January 2012 that player
plays in the Under 13’s in 2012. However, if a player turned 13 in December 2011, then that
player plays in the Under 14's in 2012.
Please refer to the Registration page for further information on registering to play. Unregistered and non-financial players will not be included in published team lists. Players risk losing a place if they do not register and pay the relevant fees as soon as possible. Register online at www.playfootball.com.au. Please contact the club if you need assistance.
The club will do its best to place all interested players in a team. If an age group’s teams are full, please contact the relevant Age / League Coordinator as there may be a waiting list. Alternatively, consider a player may be placed in another (older) age group.
Each player will need to wear suitable boots, shorts, socks and shin guards. BBFC shorts and socks are available at the Merchandise Shop located at the grounds, prior to the start of the season and every match day on Saturday morning. Shin pads MUST be worn at all times during grading, training and matches.
What if a player has a medical condition ?
Players with any medical condition should make their own arrangements to ensure they are able to play safely. Players with any medical condition should complete Form T.
Forms are also available from registration venues or the club Registrar and must be forwarded to the Registrar. Coaches and managers need to be made aware of any medical condition that may affect any individual.
Small sided football (Miniroos)
Small sided football applies from the under 5 to under 11 age groups as part of the National Curriculum promoted by the Football Federation of Australia. Small sided football are football games designed especially for children, with fewer players competing on a smaller-sized field. Players have more contact with the ball because fewer players are playing in a smaller playing area. Small sided football meets the developmental needs of younger football players whilst maintaining a strong focus on maximum participation and enjoyment. As the players get older, the field size and number of players on the field increases and the rules change slightly. This is to introduce them slowly to the laws of football which govern the matches played by the older small sided games and full field competition teams.
Please refer to the Capital Football website for further information.