Craig Foster, Ante Juric and Ante Milicic are the headline acts for the Football NSW 2015 State Coaching Conference to be held on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th November at Valentine Sports Park, Glenwood.
The appointment of the three experienced mentors has been seen as a massive coup for the Conference in what Football NSW’s Technical Director Alex Tobin states is one event not to be missed by any interested coach.
“We are all looking forward to the State Coaching Conferences and the presentations from these expert and high functioning contributors to the game.
“It will be a great weekend of football and we know that all coaches present will receive invaluable information on the state of the game in Australia in 2015 and beyond”.
Attending one of the days (same content on both days) will attract 50 points towards re-accreditation and will be entirely theory based, providing a unique opportunity to debrief on all the Major Tournaments and take a look at FIFA’s Technical Report 2014 trends.
The FNSW State Coaching Conference is suitable for both ‘Community’ and ‘Advanced’ coaches of all levels of experience and accreditation.
The Conference will take place at the home of Football, Valentine Sports Park.
Limited places are still available for aspiring coaches and those wishing to attend are urged to act swiftly to avoid disappointment.
Registration for the 2015 State Coaching Conference costs $125 per person and includes lunch, access to coaching presentations and resources and a coaching gift bag as well as the opportunity to network with FFA, HAL, WWL, NYL, FNSW and local coaches.
2015 FNSW State Coaching Conference
Saturday November 28th (9am-5pm)
Sunday November 29th (9am-5pm)
Valentine Sports Park, Glenwood