Welcome to Pendle Hill Football Club's Website
Our Vision: Pendle Hill Football Club will remain a leading club in the football community, with a growing reputation for excellent coach and player development and effective club administration.
Our Mission Statement: The purpose of the Pendle Hill Football Club is to provide a supportive and safe environment for members to develop and mature through football participation as players, coaches, managers, referees and supporters. We wish to foster and provide opportunities for all ages to enjoy a lifetime involvement with the World Game. Football will be coached, played and supported in accordance with the spirit of the game, represented by fair play and sportsmanship and be, above all, fun at all levels from juniors to seniors. Coaches will be supported and encouraged to create and maintain a positive learning environment during both training and matches, demonstrated by an educational focus, calm player instruction and an emphasis on participation. Success will be measured through resulting improvements in football peformance, not just match outcomes.
Our Values: The members of Pendle Hill Football Club have a reputation for being inclusive and welcoming. We do not support a "win at all costs" philosophy - particpation, learning and enjoyment of the game of football are priorities. We believe being part of Pendle Hill Football Club is a familiy affair. We rely on our parents and players to volunteer in order to provide a quality experience for our players, both juniors and seniors. We hope that everyone will enjoy being part of a great club and its football community. We value respect for team mates, opposition players, coaches, managers and officials. We believe in fair play according to the rules and spirit of sportsmanship. We encourage education for coaches, players and managers in a supportive team environment. We value a culture of mature, responsible behaviour at all levels and promote, as a strong community value, our stance on non-violent behaviour and positive role-modeling for young people. We endorse the Granville District Soccer Football Association's, Football NSW's and Football Federation of Australia's codes of conduct for players, coaches, parents and referees.
Happy New Year to all our Members and their families from PHFC
Season 2017 registrations are now available via the myfootball website (http://www.myfootballclub.com.au). All registrations are to be done online or at our registration day at Toongabbie Sports Club on 5th February 2017 from 10am - 2pm. New players will be able to do photos and any cash/credit card payments will be accepted. If you are a new player a birth certificate, or some form of id needs to be sighted.
For online registrations the Club would prefer payments to be made direct into our Bank account Pendle Hill FC (Commonwealth Bank BSB 062-622 Account No. 28002141) as all payments made on line lose 2.5% to FNSW. All new players and players who turn an age this season divisible by 3 (ie 9,12,15,etc) will need to upload a new photograph also. Fees this season have remained the same as 2016.
For all enquires or questions please contact: Brian Kelly 0419293718 or Tony Checchia 0419980866
Note: For Online Payments using direct debit please use the details below -
BSB : 062 622
Account : 2800 2141
Please use player's Surname plus Initial and Team as a reference e.g : Smith, J 21/1 has been made. Players will not be registered into their team until Full Payment has been made. No payment by the end of February 2017 or you will not be allowed to play.
Important dates:A couple of key dates to put in the diary for 2017
February 5th 2017 – Club Registration day at Toongabbie Sports Club from 10am – 2pm. New players will be able to do photos and any cash/credit card payments will be accepted.
February 12th – Junior team grading day. Details TBA
HEARTBEAT OF FOOTBALL
Promoting heart health through sport, Heartbeat of Football aims to help men and women play their chosen sport for as long as possible … safely.
Initially, the focus will be on football codes. In Australia, it is believed there have been 10 cases of heart-related deaths related to amateur football in the past two years.
There is a tendency to focus on health issues only after a tragedy. Heartbeat of Football would like to change this by proactively preparing as many people as possible for such an event as ever-increasing members of community see the benefits of, and enjoy taking part in, amateur sport.
Founder Heartbeat of Football
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*** Ground Status Update 17/10/2016 - 2.30 pm ***
Fields 1, 2, 3 and 4 are OPEN at Binalong Park.
Coaches & Managers
Note: All coaches and managers are required to have a working with children check. Click on the link below for an online application form:
Our New 50th Anniversary Strip Proudly Worn By Chris Anderson's 35/3's
Latest Revision - 3rd January 2017