Junior Football (U13-U18) - Pine Hills FC

Junior Football (U13-U18)


For our Juniors we provide training for all levels and interests.
All players can train twice per week with their team and have games typically on a Sunday.

Playing Format & Rules

Junior Football (U13-U18)

PHFC provide training for players of all levels and interests in our junior age groups.

Teams in these age groups are offered two training times per week and have games typically on a Saturday or Sunday.


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It is important that players play in teams and against players of similar ability, wherever possible. This promotes enjoyment and serves to keep players involved in our sport for longer.

Sometimes parents find this difficult because they have built friendships with other parents in the lower age groups. Occasionally players find this difficult as well, for similar reasons. However, children find new friends very quickly, and will enjoy their game more if they are playing in an appropriately levelled competition.

Football Queensland's competition structure is based on several divisional levels – Metro Junior League (MJL) and Divisions 1 to 6.

The Head of Football (U13-18) nominates our teams for these divisions based on their levels of ability.



Select Teams

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From U13 to U18 Select team trials are organised at the end of each year. Usually, they will be a combination of external player trialists and players within the club who are invited to trial. Invitations are based on assessments done by the coaching staff, with the support of the Head of Football (U13-18), across the year. If a child has not been invited to trial, a parent may still request an opportunity for that child. That request will be accepted.

We aim to finalise Select Teams before the end of the year, so those teams can commence training immediately in the New Year.



Divisional Team Grading

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Divisional teams are selected following the sign-on days in the New Year.

The Head of Football (U13-18) and coaches are informed in the grading process by coaching assessments from the previous year.

Notes for divisional grading

§       Players will be graded according to a mix of ability and potential.

§       Friendship requests will only be considered if there are two or more teams playing at the same level.

§      The decision of the technical team is final.

§      Boys and girls are expected to attend the grading session for their age group.

Only in exceptional circumstances do we suggest children play in a higher age group. A common example of having to ask players to move up an age group is when the club needs enough players to form a team in the higher age group. It is best to form a team, then tell players across two age groups we do not have enough players to form two age-specific teams.


Goalkeeper Development 

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Pine Hills FC provides goalkeeper development for players interested in playing in this position.

Experienced coaches are used to organize and deliver these sessions.

Players are grouped according to age groups and then skill level where needed.

During this program we develop the basic goalkeeper skills, including the various handling/catching and diving techniques. We also look to improve the player’s footwork and agility.

Through these programs we hope to make the football experience of the young player that much more enjoyable and give them a love for the great game of football.



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