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Why and how to become a coach

Camaraderie, joy and a love of the game is what drew Tove Crosswell to football. It is also why she started her coaching journey. Crosswell is the coach of Singleton FC’s senior women’s team as well as the Strikers’ under-10

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Northern NSW Football Leads the Way in Online Learning for New Coaches

Northern NSW Football has released the first official Online MiniRoos Certificate coaching course to assist new coaches of young players. Endorsed by National Body, Football Federation Australia (FFA), the Online MiniRoos Certificate helps new coaches learn the basics of coaching

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Northern NSW Football to Host First FFA Level 1 – Goalkeeping Licence

Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) is hosting the first ever FFA Level 1 – Goalkeeping Licence coaching course in March at the Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility, Speers Point. The five-day course, which is being presented by Football Federation Australia’s own

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Club Coach Coordinators Prove to Strengthen Community Clubs

Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) held their second Club Coach Coordinator (CCC) workshops last month for 2018. Workshops were held in the Hunter, Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour, Grafton, Ballina and Lismore and were attended by twenty-five (25) CCC’s. The CCC program

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The key to BETTER coaching

Attending a coaching course is the beginning of the journey for a community football coach. In 2018, Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) are delivering 137 coaching courses and will be providing every coach who completes an accredited Skill, Game, Senior and

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