Coaching Resources

At Annerley FC, we rely on the support of volunteer coaches and managers. In most cases, coaches for our Junior teams are parents of the players in the teams. In some cases, our senior players and other volunteers without children playing will agree to coach a team.

Our vision is to ensure that our coaches take a pathway of coach development to ensure that they can undertake their role competently and in accordance with the FFA skills development and coaching methodologies.

This page functions as a resources page for all of our Junior coaches and will feature upcoming events, drills, coaching tips and playing rules.

Coach a Team in 2017

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At Annerley FC, we rely on the support of volunteer coaches and managers. In most cases, coaches for our Junior teams are parents of the players in the teams. In some cases, our senior players and other volunteers without children playing will agree to coach a team.


If you would like to coach a team, please register your interest here. There is no registration fees for coaches and all training equipment is provided by the club.


Register Now

Get Ready to Coach


All coaches, team managers and volunteers must register on this website and on www.myfootballclub.com.au. 


Please read the Code of Conduct published by Football Federation Australia prior to registering. 

Each coach must have a current Blue CardClick here to download the Blue Card Application Form. Once you have completed the form, please send it to our club secretary - secretary@annerelyfc.com.

When you fill out the form please use the following details (and leave the other organisation sections blank):
Organisation Name: Annerley Football Club
Organisation Address: 98 Victoria Terrace, Greenslopes QLD 4120

Code of Conduct - Players, Coaches, Parents & Spectators

Every coach and player agrees to our Respect - Code of Conduct club policy. Please view the Code of Conduct policy HERE.

FFA Coaching Resources


Football Federation Australia have provided a resource page for all coaches of junior teams to have access to.

You can find all of the resources at http://www.ffacoachingresource.com.au/


Four Corners Passing Drill

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Setup

Create four grids that are about 5x5 meter grids and set them about 40X40 meters apart on all sides. Split the group into two teams and put one team in an alternate color.

Instructions

Instruct the teams to pass among their team to keep possession while attempting to score a point by passing the ball to a teammate that is inside one of the smaller grids. The teams can score in any of the corners, however, they cannot score in the same corner twice in a row.

Variations

  • Do not allow players to stand inside the grids waiting for a pass. Instead, instruct the players to work on timing of the runs and timing of the pass to connect inside the grid.
  • Change the scoring rule to where the goal is scored only when a give and go is performed with the player that is in the grid.

Coaching Points

  • Focus on the weight and accuracy of the passing
  • Make sure players without the ball are supporting the player with the ball at all times
  • Make sure the timing of the runs and timing of the pass are in sync.
  • Make sure players change the point of attack and are not forcing passes into congested areas

Playing Out From The Back


This video is great at explaining how to play out from the back using a 4-3-3 formation. 


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