NPL Womens Program Information

MISSION: “TO INSPIRE AND GUIDE ASPIRING YOUNG FOOTBALLERS TO PROGRESS TO THE NEXT LEVEL“

The WPL for women for 2017 will include U11, U13, U15, U17, Reserves and First Grade, providing a full pathway from the skill acquisition phase (SAP), through the game training phase (GTP) and the performance phase (PP). We are providing a clear pathway for our female players to enter into the premier league competition and progress to the highest level of the game in Canberra and beyond.

  • U11 Girls – Born 2006 and 2007
  • U13 Girls – Born 2004 and 2005
  • U15 Girls – Born 2002 and 2003
  • U17 Girls – Born 2000, 2001 and 2002
  • Reserves – All Age
  • First Grade – All Age

THE PROGRAM (OVERVIEW)

  • Up to 100 training sessions over 10 months
  • Up to three sessions a week from 2017
  • Focus on the quality of training
    • Injury prevention, coordination/agility, core stability and ball mastery exercises for all teams
  • Effective communication and feedback through online platform (S2S) and face to face
  • Formal player reports
  • Player mentoring
  • Nutrition advice
  • Use of video analysis
  • Football homework provided (optional)
  • Pre-season matches against FNSW clubs

PROGRAM OPPORTUNITIES BEING DEVELOPED

  • Pre-season camp (add-on)
  • Interstate tournaments and matches (add-on)
  • International tournament/tour (add-on)
  • Keynote speakers from the higher levels of Australian Football
  • Model sessions delivered by external high level coaches

COACHING PHILOSOPHY

  • Using modern coaching and best practice methods in combination with the FFA National Football Curriculum to develop the overall footballer
  • Developing the person as well as the athlete
  • Create a challenging environment with high standards for motivated players

PROGRAM COST

  • $400 deposit (after selection)
  • Plus $27 (approx.) per week for 30 weeks – payment method to be confirmed
  • Totalling $1200 per player (Inc. kit, insurance and Capital Football registration fees)
  • Optional extras include participation in:
    • Camps
    • Tournaments/Tours