This page contains useful general resources for parents, players, coaches and managers as well as referees.
Belsouth Return to Football – All age groups – Stage 4
Belsouth Training Plan Stage 2.1 – Return to Football Guidelines for 2020
Belsouth Minis Training Plan Stage 2.2 Addendum Match Plan for 2020
2019-20 Laws of the Game At a Glance: Summary of the main changes
Competition Management Guide 2020 Actewagl Junior League Competitions
Competition Management Guide 2020 Miniroos Competitions
Competition Regulations: 2020 Actewagl Junior League & Miniroos
Belsouth Constitution – Constitution for Belsouth Junior Soccer Club Incorporated.
Belsouth WWVP Guidelines – a simple guideline on the new Working with Vulnerable People requirements.
FIFA Laws of the Game (2017-2018) – The rules of soccer from the international governing body. Coaches and players, as well as referees, are encouraged to familiarise themselves with the rules.
MiniRoos – A fun and engaging introduction to soccer for boys and girls aged 4-11. MiniRoos has replaced the Small Sided Football program.
Play by the Rules – Play by the Rules provides information, resources, tools and free online training to increase the capacity and capability of administrators, coaches, officials, players and spectators to assist them in preventing and dealing with discrimination, harassment and child safety issues in sport.
Concussion Recognition Tool – The pocket Concussion Recognition Tool provides a quick guide on how to recognise and safely manage concussion. Coaches and Managers are encouraged to familiarise themselves with this resource.
FFA Code of Conduct – The Football Federation of Australia (FFA) Code of Conduct establishes a standard of performance, behaviour and professionalism for football in Australia.
FFA Member Protection Policy – The FFA Member Protection Policy outlines the FFA’s commitment to a person’s right to be treated with respect and dignity and to be safe and protected from abuse.
AH2869 7-ways-how-yelling-at-officials-is-hurting-children – Brochure on the effects on children of poor spectator behaviour