Register now for Omokoroa FC
Become a Player
Registrations are currently open for our Girls Summer Programmes – running in Term 4 and Term 1.
All Summer Programme sessions take place Saturday mornings, at Western Ave.
Minis Programme (players born 2014-2016) – run by Leila Saha
Juniors Programme (players born 2008-2013) – run by Oliva-Rose Sutton
Register now through Friendly Manager.
Omokoroa Minis, Junior and Youth Football run throughout Terms 2 and 3.
This year, registrations for this year are to be completed through our club’s Friendly Manager system.
As this is a new system for our club – please refer to the instructions below. If you are registering more than one child from your family in Grades 8-13, we offer a discounted rate for younger/other siblings.
***To make life easier for our members, we are using the FRIENDLY MANAGER system – meaning you do not have to use NZ Football’s COMET system***
Become a Coach
Expressions of interests of coaching for 2021 are being requested now.
Experience in coaching is not always as important as enthusiasm (and we will offer support where neccessary! Get in touch and we’ll add your name into the pool of coaches for 2021
Become a Manager
Half time oranges, shirts and training/game organisation – our managers are valued, vital members of our club.
Good managers are worth their weight in gold and really take the pressure of coaches to simply…coach.
If you’re interested in helping out manage your child’s team, please get in touch.
Become a Sponsor
Our Sponsors make everything possible, and we have been extremely lucky to have local businesses support our club and community so generously over the years.
We’re always keen to get more sponsors on board! If you’re keen to help out our club, please get in touch!
Registering through FRIENDLY MANAGER
Registration through FRIENDLY MANAGER is now open.
Friendly Manager asks you to register as a Parent/Guardian as part of the process of registering players. Players under 17 must select the “Junior Members” button as shown below.
1: Completing First Player Registration
Work through the Personal details, Address and ew Zealand Football required questions.
The last step of the page is to Choose your Player’s Team – depending on the Age, appropriate Team options will be presented. Please select the one most suitable*.
*This is not a final team placement – final teams will be determined once registrations are closed.
2: Register another player if required.
If you are registering more than one player, you can select the “Add another player” button, and complete information for each additional player.
Note : Where you are registering more than one player, you can use the voucher code “2ndchild” to recieve a reduction on each additional registered child (use at the end of completing additional player registration)
(Not available for Minis Registrations).
3: Complete Parent/Guardian Information
Complete Parent/Guardian information – adding additional parent if reequired.
4: Accept Terms and Conditions
Read and Accept Terms and Conditions (make sure you select the tickbox!).
4: Confirm Information and complete payment
On the final scfeen, you need to confirm your details for regustration and complete payment using STRIPE (Credit Card).
We’re looking forward inviting you to our upcoming social events in 2021 in our new Sports Pavilion!
Contact the club for further information about our facilities.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is Minis Football?
Minis Football caters for children from Ages 4 to 7, providing Football in a safe, fun parent-led environment.
Sessions are run at Western Ave throughout the Winter Season, with some inter-club games with Katikati organised to contest the Joshua Woodney Trophy.
- How old does my child have to be to play soccer?
We ask that children enrolled in Minis (our youngest Football grade) to be 4 years old, turning 5 before the end of the calendar year.
- When is the registration period?
Registration for Junior and Youth Football (grades 8 and up) runs from March until Early April.
Minis Football Registrations typically run longer – until space in the programme is no longer available.
- What is included in the registration fee?
Minis will get parent-led coaching sessions each week, along with games with Katikati FC and prizegiving at the end of the season.
Junior and Youth players will be entered into teams competing in the local WAIBOP Competitions.
This years fee also covers team photos and prizegiving entry – these were charged for separately in previous years.
Please refer to our Refund Policy at anytime if required.
- When are training and games?
As each team will have a volunteer coach, we ask that players fit in around the coach’s schedule. This means that training could be anytime during the week – however, most coaches train mid-week between 4 and 6pm.
Games are all played Saturday between 9am and 2pm. Fixtures can take place between Te Puke and Whangamata depending on your teams grade, however the bulk of teams in WAIBOP competitions are from Tauranga and the immediate suburbs.
- How are the teams selected?
Generally, coaches will work together to assign players to teams, including, where required, grading sessions. We understand that parents and players may have a preference about who they play with (taking into account transportation and other reasons). Please make the club aware of your preference as soon as possible – we cannot guarantee that we we can meet your requirements, but will factor theswe where we can.
- How can I get involved?
Managers, Coaches and Committee support members are always appreciated. Contact the club directly if you’d like to get involved.