FFNC 2016 Annual Referees Seminar

January 30th, 2016

The 2016 FFNC Annual Referees Seminar is being held on Sunday 14th February, for the benefit of all 2015 registered match officials.

Date & Time: Sunday 14 February
Start: Arrive by 8:45am for a 9am start
Conclude: Approx. 2:30pm

Venue: Alstonville FC Clubhouse (Crawford Park)

Tanya de Boer – Former FIFA Assistant Referee. Currently the Northern NSW Football Fitness Officer.
Glen Peterkin – Leading Northern NSW Football Match Official, with past National Youth league experience.
Luke Davies – Northern NSW Football Referee Development and Technical Director
Anthony Smith – Football Far North Coast Match Officials Development Officer

Attendees should:
Wear suitable clothing for an afternoon practical session on the fields (weather permitting).
Bring a whistle, red & yellow cards and flags.
Bring a pen and something suitable to write notes in (e.g. book or folder).


All 2016 registered match officials will receive a 2016 FIFA Laws of the Game book.
Lunch and beverages will be provided.

This is a very important event in the Football Far North Coast calendar and all 2015 registered match officials are strongly encouraged to attend.

If you are not registered as a match official, but are interested in becoming a referee this year, please contact 0434 856 992 to enquire about how to register for a New Referees Course (and to register interest to attend this seminar, if desired).

To assist the club cater for this important event, 2015 registered match officials have been asked to notify FFNC (via email) by Thursday 11th February to confirm attendance (or advise apology).

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