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Eastern Suburbs Football Association - Offside October
Offside October 2013 - Season Report

Message from the President

As we see off the end of the 2013 season I’d like to thank every team for their participation this season and congratulations to those who were League Champions or Grand Final winners.

Whilst many of you have been busy on the park each week, there has been a lot of work behind the scenes by our Board, staff and volunteers to develop football for the future.

We understand that many of you may not always get the chance to see what is happening off the park and how our teams are performing when they represent the Association in Football NSW tournaments. We want to highlight these aspects of the ESFA with all of our participants in this edition of Offside.

I, along with my fellow board members, were at our Grand Finals and spoke to a number of people about the future of football in the Eastern Suburbs and we received some very encouraging feedback.

To help in our conversation I encourage you to also complete our survey and let your voice be heard: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ESFA-2013-Satisfaction-Survey

Yours in football,
Raff Del Vecchio

Click here to read the report

2013 Player demographic

2014 SAP and Regional League Expression of Interest

ESFA is taking expressions of interest for the popular Skills Acquisition League (SAP) and Regional League in 2014.

Places are limited in both programs due to high demand so we encourage you to register early.

Skills Acquisition Program

The Skills Acquisition Program is for boys and girls in Under 9 to Under 11 age groups and incorporates the fundamental principles of the FFA National Curriculum and Small Sided Football Regulations, including; match format, training loads, match loads, program duration and field dimensions.

Regional League

The Regional League is for boys aged between 12-15 and offers players an additional football opportunity. It incorporates the fundamental principles of the Skills Acquisition phase of the FFA National Curriculum for U12 and U13 players Game Training phase of the FFA National Curriculum for U14 and U15 players.

Players in the Football NSW Regional League register and play for their local grassroots Club and in addition will train with the ESFA Regional League sides and play a number of games for ESFA against other clubs across Sydney and NSW.

Register now

Be sure to register early so you don’t miss out!

For more information, and to register, please click on the link below:

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