TuartHillSoccer.com is the online home for the Tuart Hill Junior Soccer Club and the Tuart Hill Northern Roos.
We were formed over 40 years ago and are an integral part of the local and broader community.
Originally known as Tuart Hill Sport United the club has grown into a large family community known as Tuart Hill Junior Soccer Club.
The club has always promoted the importance of team approach, player and parental involvement and the value of our many volunteers. Currently, the club has 11 teams consisting from Small Sided - from the age of 5 to 11 years. Also we have our junior teams from 12 years to 16 years.
Our great delight is the promotion of Equal Footingball - soccer for children of disabilities from the ages of 11 to 18 years. In 2009 the Northern Roos Metropolitan team approached the club to develop a social team and promote the Tuart Hill identity in the Metropolitan League. Since the introduction of the Northern Roos the team has provided the club with outstanding coaches and great ideas.
We offer and provide to all our coaches and team managers the latest coaching and sports injury awareness courses, to enable a safe and learning environment for all our players.
Mission Statement of Tuart Hill Junior Soccer Club
At Tuart Junior Soccer Club we believe:
Players code of fair play.
² Play by the rules
² Never argue with a referee or assistant referee.
² Control your temper! Verbal abuse of officials and sledging of other players, deliberately distracting or provoking an opponent or team mate is not acceptable or permitted behaviour at this club.
² Work equally hard for yourself and your team. Your team’s performance will benefit and so will you.
² Be a good sport; applaud all good plays whether they are made by your team or the opposition
² Treat all participants as you would like to be treated. Do not bully or take unfair advantage or another competitor.
² Co operate with your coach, teammates and opponents. Without them there would be no game.
² Respect the rights, dignity and worth of all participants regardless of their gender, ability, cultural background or religion.
Policy for parents
² Remember that your children are playing for their enjoyment, not yours.
² Encourage your child to participate but don’t force them.
² Focus on their effort and their performance not just winning or losing.
² Encourage them to play according to the rules and settle any disagreements without the situation getting nasty.
² Never yell at them for making a mistake or losing the game.
² Remember they learn by example; appreciate good performers and skilful play by all the players from both teams.
² Support all the efforts made to stop verbal or physical abuse from all soccer activities.
² Respect the referee’s decision and teach your child to do the same.
² Respect the coach, team manager, person refereeing the match and the club volunteers, without them nobody will be playing.
² Respect all our players from all walks of life regardless of their gender, ability, cultural background, religion or what soccer team they support.
Coaches Code of Conduct
² All our junior players are playing for pleasure and winning is only part of the fun.
²Never ridicule or shout at your team for making a mistake or not winning.
² Always operate within the rules and the spirit of the game and teach your players to do the same.
² Make sure that the training nights and match day time you spend with your team is a positive experience and remember all your players deserve equal attention and opportunities.
² All your players deserve fair playing and training time regardless of their ability.
² Make sure all equipment you use meets safety standards and are appropriate to the age, maturity and ability of your players.
² Display control, respect and professionalism to all involved with soccer, this includes opposition teams, coaches, officials, administrators, the media, parents and spectators. Encourage your players to do the same.
² Show concern and caution to injured players.
² Keep up with the latest coaching practises and the principles of growth and development of your young players, obtain and maintain your junior coaching license.
² Physical contact with any of your players must be appropriate to the situation.
² Respect the rights, dignity and worth of every person regardless of their gender, ability, cultural or religious background.
² Teach your team to play by the rules and applaud all good play whether made by your team or the opposition.
² Respect the decisions of officials and teach your players to do the same.² Look after your kit and report any losses to the committee.
² Participate in skills programmes as and when they are introduced, encourage other coaches and make yourself available to advise if and when required.
² Look after your team and encourage rapport within the team. This will assist in the team staying together for many seasons.