Mini-section U7/U8 - Years 2 & 3
Our U7 and U8 sessions for boys and girls are run by our coaching partners, SiS. All SiS coaches are qualified to FA standards.
Saturday sessions are held at Blessed Thomas Holford school on the MUGA pitch. Additional Monday evening training sessions are held at the same venue.
Please ensure you child brings a drink to each session and is wearing suitable weatherproof clothing and shin-pads. Note - no form of studs should be worn on the MUGA - only astroturf boots (dimples) or trainers should be worn at these venues.
Payment at U7/U8 is via annual membership of Timperley Villa and includes the cost of midweek training.
During the U7 and U8 years, we look for interested parents/guardians to start to get involved, with the aim of having two parent managers/coaches in place for each team as they enter the T&DJFL U9 league. Anyone who is interested, please contact Mike Bower.
The U7s and U8s participate in the Football Festivals organised by Timperley & District JFL each Oct/Nov/Dec and Jan/Feb/Mar and held at the outdoor 5v5 pitches at Powerleague Ardwick.
uring all matches parents, guardians and spectators must remain outside of the enclosed pitch area. Only coaches, officials and players are permitted inside the enclosure.
Shin guards - Players without cannot participate
Glasses if worn - must be proprietry sports goggles or glasses with polycarbonate lenses, plastic frames free of sharp edges and an elastic restraining strap. (The Referee has the final say on the safety of glasses; we cannot dispute this.)
Suitable trainers or rubber/moulded sole boots
NO METAL STUDS OR BLADES
Suitable outer clothing - waterproofs etc.
Timperley Villa shirt & black shorts & black socks
Drink - water or juice (not fizzy)
SPECTATORS AND PARENTS CODE OF CONDUCT
1. All spectators from both teams must remain outside the enclosed pitch area
2. Help encourage and support all children, praise fair play and good behaviour
3. Do not shout instructions to players, the coach will provide this information too much information confuses the player and spoils the enjoyment of participation.
4. Accept all decision made by match officials
5. Do not pressure players. Effort and performance are important, not the result!
6. Display patience - Children are not mini-adults. Do not expect too much either physically or mentally. Fun and enjoyment are paramount to the child's development
NOTE: PARENTS & GUARDIANS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR OWN CHILDREN. PLEASE ENSURE SAFE SUPERVISION AT ALL TIMES WHILE ON SITE.