Under 11's Squad
PROVISION & EQUIPMENT
GS United will provide FA qualified Coaches and all the training equipment, and it will be the responsibility of the parents and the player's to ensure that the correct clothing and equipment is provided for every training session. This may include:-
Football boots and trainers (Please bring both)
Fluids / (Although the coaches will always provide water bottles, as part of the Health & Safety aspect, we would rather your child bring there own drinks so they do not have to share from the same bottles as other players)
For varying weather conditions:-
Rain jacket / Towel
Sun screen (please apply before you child begins training)
Hat / cap
PRACTICES TIMES & VENUE
Outdoor training during British Summer Time at Le Rocquier School, La Grande Route De St Clement, St Clement, JE2 6QP on Wednesday evenings from 6-7pm.
Indoor training at Oakfield Sports Hall, St Saviour throughout the winter months on:
Thursday evenings for U11s from 6-7pm
GS UNITED PLAYER REGISTRATION FEE
Player registration fees for one season are currently set at £210.00 covering up to 42 training sessions throughout the season.
Registrations fees are vitally important in assisting us secure indoor and outdoor training facilities to ensure that practice and learning is consistent throughout the whole season.
JERSEY FA - PLAYER REGISTRATION SCHEME
(currently set at £35.00 per season)
All players wishing to play open-aged football for clubs affiliated to the JFC, JFA or for JFA and JFC representative teams in age groups Under 11 and above must, every season, firstly register with the Jersey Football Combination (JFC) Jersey Football Association (JFA) Player Registration Schemes and must pay an Annual Registration Fee (ARF) as set by the JFA.
For further information please click on the below link.
"They were great, really good to watch they're attitude throughout was brilliant. There has been huge improvement in they're overall game management and they are playing with a bit of confidence and belief and most importantly they're playing as a team. You as coaches must be delighted as all your hard work is really starting to pay off"