ESAFC 14th Grade Girls 2017

Eastern Suburbs 14TH GRADE GIRLS OPPORTUNITY

Want to play at the top level in 14th Grade?

 

We have an exciting opportunity for 14th Grade female footballers to join the Eastern Suburbs Football Club (ESAFC) and become part of one of the largest and most progressive clubs in the country. Within our strategic plan we have a desire to grow and promote girls and women’s football within the club and are dedicating significant resources to attract, develop and retain a talented group of like-minded footballers.

The club has a very successful Premier Women’s Football team, including Football Ferns and a host of U17 and U20 New Zealand Football representatives. In order to continue to build the depth and quality of players within the club, we are very focussed on our Youth Girls Grades (11th – 15th Grade), with a particular focus on attracting new talent to our 14th Grade Girls team.

We are incredibly lucky to have ex Chilean International Mauro Donoso as our Women's Premiers Coach and he oversees training sessions for our Youth Girls grades, alongside an experienced club appointed coach in each grade.

Our term 1 training programmes are already underway so if you’re interested in being considered for our 14th Grade Girls team, please register online at admin@easternsuburbs.org.nz and provide your name, date of birth, brief description of your footballing experience and any particular area of your footballing skills you are looking to develop. Then come along to either a Tuesday or Thursday night training session.

 

When do the 14th Grade Girls train?

Tuesday - 6.15pm to 7.30pm Ngahue 8

Thursday - 5.30pm to 6.45pm at Ngahue 5

Training Coaches – Jesus Bueno Bueno and Rebekah Van Dort

Coaches - Rebekah Van Dort and Mauro Donoso (TBA)

 

We use the regular weekly training sessions and trial games to select the Eastern Suburbs 14th Grade Girls Premier Rep team. If selected for this team you will be expected to sign up to the Term 1 training programme.

Please note: we are working on sourcing a better quality diagram 

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