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  • Grading Schedule 2021


  • Laws of the Game: 2020 Amendments

    The following are the key Law Amendments for the 2020 season: · Substituted players must leave the field at the nearest point unless otherwise instructed by the Referee (Law 3) · Team Officials guilty of misconduct can be shown a Yellow or Red Card. If an offender/s in the technical area cannot be identified by the Referee, the senior coach in the technical area receives the Yellow or Red Card (Law 5) · The team that wins the toss may choose to take the kickoff. If they do so, their opponent gets to choose the goal they will attack (Law 8) · Dropped Ball – ball is dropped for Goalkeeper (if play stopped in Penalty area) or for one player of the team that last touched the ball and all other players must be at least 4m away – i.e. uncontested possession (Law 8) · Dropped Ball if the ball touches the Referee (or other match official) and goes into the goal, possession changes or an attacking move starts (Law 9) · Goalkeepers cannot score by throwing the ball in to the opponent’s goal (Law 10) · Handball text has been re-written for greater clarity/consistency – please take the time to read and understand these amendments (Law 12 – see next page) · Free kicks in the defending teams’ penalty area – the ball is in play once it is kicked and clearly moves, it does not have to leave the penalty area (Law 13) · When there is a defensive wall of at least 3 players, all attacking players must be at least 1m from the wall. An indirect free kick is awarded if they encroach (Law 13) · Goalposts, crossbar and nets must not be moving when a penalty kick is taken, and the goalkeeper must not be touching them (Law 14) · Goalkeeper must have at least part of one foot on, or in line with, the goal line when a penalty kick is taken and cannot stand behind the line (Law 14) · Opponents must be at least 2m from the point on the touch line where a throw in is to be taken, even if the thrower is back from the line (Law 15) · At goal kicks, the ball is in play once it is kicked and clearly moves, it does not have to leave the penalty area. No opposition players may enter the penalty area until the ball is in play (Law 16) Handball Rule Handling the ball It is an offence if a player: • deliberately touches the ball with their hand/arm, including moving the hand/arm towards the ball • gains possession/control of the ball after it has touched their hand/arm and then: scores in the opponents’ goal creates a goal-scoring opportunity scores in the opponents’ goal directly from their hand/arm, even if accidental, including by the goalkeeper It is usually an offence if a player: • touches the ball with their hand/arm when: the hand/arm has made their body unnaturally bigger the hand/arm is above/beyond their shoulder level (unless the player deliberately plays the ball which then touches their hand/arm) The above offences apply even if the ball touches a player’s hand/arm directly from the head or body (including the foot) of another player who is close. Except for the above offences, it is not usually an offence if the ball touches a player’s hand/arm: directly from the player’s own head or body (including the foot) directly from the head or body (including the foot) of another player who is close if the hand/arm is close to the body and does not make the body unnaturally bigger when a player falls and the hand/arm is between the body and the ground to support the body, but not extended laterally or vertically away from the body The goalkeeper has the same restrictions on handling the ball as any other player outside the penalty area. If the goalkeeper handles the ball inside their penalty area when not permitted to do so, an indirect free kick is awarded but there is no disciplinary sanction. The following link provides examples of the handball Law changes:

  • RETURN TO TRAINING: Monday June 1st 2020

    We realise over this 11 week period it has been extremely difficult and we have all faced many challenges of many different levels.  The Glenwood Redbacks Committee wish to personally thank you all for your ongoing patience and support.  In the coming period, we will require a higher level of determination and resilience from all of you in assisting the management and implementation of BDSFA guidelines for a return to training.  These guidelines are based upon the frameworks of the Australian Institute of Sport, the Chief Medical Officer of Australia as well as the Chief Medical Officers of all states and territories, and meet the requirement of the NSW Public Health Order. We are promoting the following actions and practices as our mandate throughout this period of  'Get in, train, and get out'. We have linked for your information, the following (Please ensure you take the time to read and understand the required level of compliance that is expected without exception): Information for players and teams Information for coaches Return to training guidelines: Football NSW and BDSFA Training Schedule It is essential throughout this period that we all work together as we are in unchartered waters but we have a mandate to provide the safest possible environment to all our members and we need your assistance at all times to be vigilant and proactive as we move forward.  Some simple outtakes which are mandatory are the following: All players must use hand sanitiser upon entry and exiting training areas (this will be supplied) All players must have their names recorded upon entry to  training areas (attendance record will be at the field) No spitting whatsoever on or off the field All players must bring a drink bottle. (Labelled clearly) Turn up to training in your gear Leave the training fields directly after training All parents (who are not officials) must stay in their cars. Blacktown Council have advised us that toilets will only be open for emergencies. All training is non contact, no hi fives, no physical contact, no huddle, avoid touching the football with your hands If you display any symptoms of the flu that include the following, you are not to attend training, you will be sent home: Fever Cough Sore through Fatigue Shortness of breath We envisage these restrictions to be in place for a number of weeks moving forward but are subject to change at short notice and will continually provide updates as information becomes available.  If in the event you find that the limitations and the restrictions surrounding training are impacting on yourself or your child’s ability to manage, could we please ask that you reach out as early as possible through your manager or coach so that we can provide every available assistance to minimise the impact through this transitional period. On a personal note, we would like to acknowledge the work of the coaches and managers across the board over this extreme period and I am sure I speak on behalf of the Glenwood Redbacks that we are grateful to have had such dedicated people within our organisation to carry us through this period. We look forward to life returning to some normality over the coming period and most importantly, we are dedicated to providing a safe environment and the wellbeing for all our players & volunteers. Please stay safe.

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  • COMPETITION | Glenwood Redbacks Soccer Club Inc.

    Glenwood Redbacks Soccer Club Inc. is a part of the Blacktown and Districts Soccer Football Association (BDSFA). ​ Our female teams between U9 and O30W play in the Phoenix League, which is a combined intiative between BDSFA and Granville and Districts Soccer Football Assocation (GDSFA) to provide female players with a quality competition and a great experience. ​ Our U5 though to U11 players play in non-competitive Development Leagues on modified fields, in accordance with BDSFA's Regulations. FIXTURES TABLES AND RESULTS BDSFA WEBSITE iCOMPMAN LOGIN

  • RESOURCES | Glenwood Redbacks Soccer Club Inc.

    Read and Download RESOURCES & DOCUMENTS Glenwood Redbacks Constitution Match Day Supervisor Guidelines Personal Management Policy Grading Policy and Procedure BDSFA Miniroos U5 - U7 Regulations BDSFA Miniroos U8 Regulations BDSFA Miniroos U9 Regulations BDSFA Miniroos U10 Regulations BDSFA Miniroos U11 Regulations BDSFA Miniroos Policy Ground Official Guidelines Players Code of Conduct Coaches Code of Conduct Parents Code of Conduct Parents Code of Behaviour Working with Children Form Interacting with Children Guidelines iCompman Matchsheets Information BDSFA U9 Girls Regulations BDSFA Competition Regulations BDSFA Player and Player Equipment Regulations Board/Committee Nomination Form

  • Glenwood Redbacks Soccer Club Inc.

    The GLENWOOD REDBACKS SOCCER CLUB INC was established in 2000. The club has grown from 40 players to over 800 players, playing in around 65 teams. We have players ranging in age from 5 years to Over 35’s, participating in both male and female competitions LEARN MORE APPLY NOW Recent News Grading Schedule 2021 177 0 Post not marked as liked Laws of the Game: 2020 Amendments 213 0 Post not marked as liked RETURN TO TRAINING: Monday June 1st 2020 448 0 1 like. Post not marked as liked 1 Major Sponsor Raine & Horne Bella Vista Glenwood Sponsors

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