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  • How do I register a player with Manly Allambie?
    Registering for our club involves completing an online form using the PlayFootball system. You will require a passport photo to be uploaded during the process. You may also need to complete an MWFA Proof of Age form after registering with PlayFootball. We will get in contact with you if you need to do this. » Register now » Registration Guide (PDF)
  • How do I register as a Team Coach or Manager?
    From the PlayFootball website, you will see an option to register as a Coach or Manager - it's free! All Junior and Youth (U6-U18) Coaches and Managers must also have a NSW Working With Children (WWC) clearance. The WWC clearance is free for volunteers. You will need to input your WWC clearance number during the PlayFootball manager/coach registration process. » Register as a Coach or Manager » Apply for a WWC check
  • Why am I being asked to submit an MWFA Application form after registering with PlayFootball?
    If you are a new player who has never played in the Manly Warringah Football Association in an Under 12+ and above competition or you did not play last season, you will be asked to provide the following to your Club Registrar: Signed MWFA Application PDF form Photo / Screenshot of Drivers Licence or Birth Certificate
  • How long will it take to process my registration?
    Depending on how many registrations there are to process and how busy we are, the following guides on registration time are as follows: PlayFootball registration - 1 day Club approval - 2 days MWFA approval - 5 days Dribl allocation - 1 day
  • How do I submit my match results?
    Either the Team Manager or Team Coach must enter the game results by the end of Game Day with the Dribl app. » Dribl login
  • How do I help the coach on match day?
    Checking the nets before the game Checking the playing area for obstacles Allow only the Coach to coach the players Assist with substitutions / calling players on and off the pitch Manage injuries/ upset team members Remind parents of their responsibilities
  • Code of Conduct
    Our code of conduct is essential reading. Please look at it here: Code of Conduct
  • When and where are my games?
    All fixtures (games to be played), game results and tables (competition rank) are posted on the MWFA Dribl website. » MWFA Dribl
  • What should we do in the event of bad weather?
    Click for wet weather process
  • When are the grading days?
    To be decided. Please let us know your interest and as soon as we have the information we will get back to you.
  • How do gradings work?
    Grading a player is a complex process and Manly Allambie follow the guidelines set down by the FFA and MWFA. Please read our page on grading to find out more
  • What if I want my team to stay together and not get graded?
    You can do this, but you need to ask us permission and anyone from that team who decides to be graded may be moved to another team.
  • Can I appeal my childs grading?
    Yes you may appeal. It is unlikely that the decision will be changed however if there are extenuating circumstances then expections can be made.
  • What does a Team coach need to do?
    Team coaches are the life of the club. They motivate players, look after training and watch them triumph on match day. Learn how to become a team coach here
  • What does a Team Manager need to do?
    Team managers keep everything organised. They maintain lists of players and parents, field calls from sick players and organise treats! Find out how to become a team manager here
  • What should we do in the event of bad weather?
    Click for wet weather process
  • How do gradings work?
    Grading a player is a complex process and Manly Allambie follow the guidelines set down by the FFA and MWFA. Please read our page on grading to find out more
  • Basic Playing Tips
    Here is a document with some playing tips for new players
  • If I get an injury how does the insurance work?
    Please visit our page provided by Football NSW and the Insurance Company. Click Here
  • How do I use the Competiton Manager ICOMPMAN and EMS
    Please click on here for: MWFA notes to clubs EMS Manager Notes
  • How can I trial for All Age (AL) Mens or Women's Football?
    Click here for more information. or contact: AL Women: Kyle Cannon 0430 291 693 kyle@purebean.com.au AL Men: Jonathan Holman 0449 676 144 jonathan.r.holman@hotmail.com
  • What does a Team Coach and Manager need to do?
    Every team needs a Coach and Manager to be registered. Coaches will motivate players to perform at their best and have fun in training sessions with skill acquisition and thinking as a team. Managers maintain lists of players and parents, organises player attendance for games and submits match results after each game on Game Day. All Junior and Youth (U6-U18) coaches and managers must also have a NSW Working With Children (WWC) clearance. The WWC clearance is free for volunteers. You will need to input your WWC clearance number during the PlayFootball manager/coach registration process. » Register as a coach or manager » Apply for a WWC check
  • Basic Playing Tips
    Here is a document with some playing tips for new players
  • How do I register for FREE coaches training?
    The MWFA will again be offering coaches the opportunity to develop their skills and pick up some ideas and coaching behaviours to help organise fun, safe and engaging sessions. Look down the list of course until you see: Community Coaching Courses These courses are fantastic and informative. Essential for the first time coach http://www.mwfa.com.au/coaching-2/ You can also find courses at Play Football Here
  • Where can I get coaching plans and ideas?
    https://www.playfootball.com.au/coach/resources-home
  • Who can I ask for assistance?
    We have a brilliant coaching manager: Jason Gunn You can reach him via the contact form
  • Code of Conduct
    Our code of conduct is essential reading. Please look at it here: Code of Conduct

Manly Allambie United Football Club

 
Manly Allambie United Football Club prides itself on being the friendliest club on the Northern Beaches. We have programs for all age groups for boys and girls.

We have a strong selection of adult teams including Over 35 and Over 45 squads. Read on or contact us for more information.

History of the club

The history of Manly Allambie United Soccer club starts in 1949 with the founding of Manly Soccer Club by John and Margaret Tilley and Dudley Charlton, who brought together a senior team playing in the Southern Metropolitan League competition with junior teams made up from canvassing local schools. The club’s colours were yellow and black and the home ground was Millers Reserve.


Allambie Soccer Club was founded in 1963 by the Jefferson, Jones, Kay and Littlejohn families as the area was opened for housing and to cater for the growing interest in playing football..........

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