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Last updated 11 Feb 2024
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Miniroos U8-U9

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MiniRoos is a National initiative run by the FFA for children aged U6 to U11. It is designed around small sided football games and the rules are modified as as players progress from year to year. The focus of MiniRoos is skill development & enjoyment of the game. Scores are not kept for these games and each week is a new game for all to enjoy!


2023 Under 8 and 9 Fees: $370

Please note that Fees cover the following and more:

  • All association fees (Football Federation Australia, Football Queensland and Football Gold Coast)
  • Referee Fees
  • All Match-Day Fees
  • Playing kit to keep (Shirt and shorts)
  • GCCC Right of Use fee (Club pays annual fee to use the fields)
  • Electricity and lighting of clubhouse and fields
  • Insurance expenses
  • Club administration fees
  • Field marking and maintenance
  • Provision of equipment (balls, bibs, goals, etc.)

Playing Uniform

All players are required to play in Ormeau Football Club official shirt. This is provided once registered and paid.

Players are also required to wear club socks ($12 from the club) and club shorts (club provided). It is also advised that players bring a water bottle to training and matches.


Registration will open in December 2021. You do not have to pay at time of sign-up but fees are due at the end of February! Register now to secure your spot for 2022.

Training and Playing Times

Training nights and times are usually dictated by the coaches availability. We will do our best to accommodate everyone but this is not always possible.

Matches will take place on a Saturday morning. The times each week will vary, as will the location (Home and Away matches). Home matches will take place at Norfolk Park, Ormeau. Fixtures will be released by Football Queensland nearer to the start of the season. If there are washout weeks then matches may take place on a Sunday.


Each team requires a coach. This is often a parent of one of the players within the team. If you would like to coach a team then please contact the club! The club will pay for any qualifications that you need and you will be supported by our Junior Coach Coordinator, Cameron Bunney. We also have appointed X-Cel Academy to offer further coach development including workshops and other assistance. More information regarding coaching can be found hereAll coaches must be signed up through and hold a valid Blue Card (Working with Children Check).


Each team and coach is supported by a manager. They are responsible for helping with the running of the team (and allowing the coach to focus on coaching!). The manager is responsible for the kit each week (usually a washing roster is established) and for half-time oranges/fruit/snacks depending on what each team wants. They will also be responsible for asking other managers if they need to borrow players in-line with the player selection policy. If the manager feels they need assistance from the club (because they can’t field a team etc) then please do not hesitate to email or call 0450 112 633.

More details regarding being a team manager can be found hereAll managers must be signed up through and hold a valid Blue Card (Working with Children Check).


Parents are asked to help with the set-up and pack-down of the fields when there is a home game. Each week a schedule will be put up on the clubs Facebook page with details as to who is responsible for setting-up/packing-down. Training will be provided to managers as to how to set-up and pack-down the fields.

Other Questions

If you have any other questions then please email them to

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