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Sporting clubs such as ours play a significant role in the community and have a responsibility to our members and their families. We have chosen to join over 6,500 clubs across Australia taking part in the Australian Drug Foundation’s Good Sports program. Through Good Sports we are committed to managing alcohol responsibly and ensuring smoke free areas, which we believe will help us to provide a healthy, safe and family friendly environment.

Through Good Sports we aim to:

  • Eliminate risky drinking in the club through the promotion of a responsible approach to the sale and consumption of alcohol in the club
  • Protect juniors and other young people from the misuse of alcohol in and around the club
  • Provide a responsible smoke-free club environment, through designated smoking areas

At Level 2, we are committed to:

  • Not selling or consuming alcohol without an appropriate liquor license
  • Training our bar staff in Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA)
  • Ensuring smoke free areas are available
  • Organising safe and responsible social events and finding alternate prizes/fundraiser, rather than alcohol
  • Thinking ahead and ensuring players and members get home safely after functions

Speak to our club committee about what being a Good Sports club is all about or visit http://www.goodsports.com.au/  or www.Facebook.com/GoodSportsClubs

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Level one accreditation means we have taken the first steps towards achieving best overall practice, which ultimately contributes to quality football experiences for players, volunteers and parents.

The National Accreditation Scheme (NCAS) assists grass roots football clubs to raise standards across a number of key areas which include coaching accreditation; club governance and volunteer development. Eight players and coaching staff, which include three females from Goulburn Strikers Football Club, have Senior Level one and higher coaching qualifications and a number of players have referring qualifications.

PLAY BY THE RULES

Follow this link to loads of valuable resources and 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….read more.

Draws, tables and results

Capital Football Mens draw, table and results – click here

Capital Football Womens draw, table and results- click here

Capital Football U14 Actew AGL Junior League draw, table and results- click here

Contact

Contact us

President – Tim McGrath 0448 409 855

Secretary – David Albrighton 0404 429 965
secretary@goulburnstrikers.com.au

State League
Coach Robin Caulfield – 0409 841 989

State League 1 women
Coach Arjuna Stoevelaar – 0401 821 419
Manager Wendy Wallace – 0417 253 921

Under 18′s State League Women
Coach – Jerry Evans – 0427 201 052
Manager Julie Brant – 0404 157 406

Juniors
Coach Darrell Orton – 0438 488 568

Our home ground

Srikers Park PCYC complex, Avoca Street, Goulburn

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Policies

Our policies

Code of conduct
Football is the national game. All those involved with the game at every level and whether as a player, match official, coach, owner or administrator, have a responsibility, above and beyond compliance with the law, to act according to the highest standards of integrity, and to ensure that the reputation of the game is, and remains, high. This code applies to all those involved in football under the auspices of Goulburn Strikers Football Club….read more

Players Code of conduct

This Code of Conduct aims to promote and strengthen the reputation of football in Australia by establishing a standard of performance, behaviour and professionalism for its participants and stakeholders….read more

Smoke Free Policy

The Goulburn Strikers Football Club recognises that passive smoking is hazardous to health and those non-smoking club members and visitors have the right to be protected from exposure to tobacco smoke….read more

Risk Management Plan

Goulburn Strikers Football Club is fully committed to the implementation of effective risk management strategies in order to provide a safe and enjoyable environment and protect the well being of players, spectators, officials and visitors….read more

Spectator Code of Conduct

A spectator present at a Match or otherwise involved in any activity staged or sanctioned by FFA or an affiliated Member Federation, District Association or Club must read more

Game Day Checklist guideline

This Checklist is a basic inspection tool to help identify safety concerns and record actions taken to minimise the risk.
Clubs and associations owe a duty of care to players, officials, volunteers and spectators to ensure that the grounds and surrounding facilities and areas are as safe as possible…read more

Playing in the Heat

Heat illness occurs when your body produces more heat than it loses. Muscle work when playing football produces heat…read more

Football Federation Australia Member Protection Policy

The Member Protection Policy aims to ensure Football Federation Australia Limited’s (FFA) core values, good reputation and positive behaviours and attitudes are maintained…read more

Archives

Archives

January 2014 newsletter….click here

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About us

About the Goulburn Strikers

The Goulburn Strikers were founded in late 2001 to offer the Southern Tablelands most talented players the opportunity to play at a higher level while representing their hometown.

In 2002, under the Southern Tablelands Football Association (STFA) banner, the Strikers started competing, entering two senior teams (Fist Grade and Reserves Grade) in the ACT State League. Soon the Strikers went from being easy beaters to become a regional football force.

In 2003 the Strikers became the ACT State League Division 2 Champions and were promoted to Division 1.

In 2005 the Strikers and the STFA ratified their commitment to access the prestigious ACT Premier League within a five years.

As time went on and the Strikers became more successful it was soon obvious that a development program was necessary and in 2007, with the full support of the STFA, the club entered an Under 18s and an Under 16s squad in the ACT Junior League.
Also in 2007 the Strikers were ACT League Division 1 Runners up.

In 2008 the Strikers became the undefeated ACT State League Division 1 Champions.
The club’s development program also proved to be of the highest quality as in the same year the Strikers Under 18s became ACT Junior League Division 1 Premiers and the Under 16s were the undefeated NSW Southern Branch Champions as well as the ACT Junior League Division 1 Premiers.

In 2009 the Strikers were ACT League Division 1 Runners up and for the first time ever, the Strikers made it through to the ACT Federation Cup Quarter Finals, showing to be already competitive at Premier League level.
Also in 2009 the Strikers for the first time entered the NSW Tiger Turf Cup reaching the third round. In the process the Strikers knocked out clubs such as NSW Super League giants Macarthur Rams.
In the same year the Strikers Under 18s were back-to-back ACT Junior League Division 1 Premiers, while the Under 16s were Runners up in their Division.
Later in 2009 the Strikers applied to for a three-year Premier League licence and were successful in gaining access in the in 2010.

In 2010 The Goulburn Strikers reached the Final of the ACT Federation Cup losing out to Canberra FC (2 – 3).

 

MISSION STATEMENT

The purpose of the Goulburn Strikers Football Club is to provide a supportive environment or members to develop and mature through football  participation as players, coaches, administrators and supporters.

THE VISION
Goulburn Strikers Football Club will remain a League leader in the football community, looking to build a reputation for excellent coach and player development and effective club administration.

Football will be coached, played and supported in accordance with the spirit of the game, represented by fair play and sportsmanship.
Coaches will be supported to create and maintain a positive learning environment during training and games, demonstrated by an educational focus, calm player instruction and an emphasis on participation.

Success will be measured through resulting improvements in football performance, not just game outcomes.

OUR VALUES
The members of Goulburn Strikers Football Club have a reputation for being inclusive and welcoming. We do not support a win at all costs, philosophy, participation, learning and enjoyment of the game are priorities.
We value:

  • Respect for teammates, opposition players, coaches and officials.
  • Fair play according to the rules and spirit of sportsmanship.
  • Education for coaches, players and administrators in a supportive team environment.
  • A culture of mature, responsible behaviour at all levels.

OBJECTIVES
To be a league leader in relation to junior development, with benchmark measures in place at GSFC in all aspects of coaching and junior development, refereeing and club administration.

Provision for all coaches, players, administrators and referees at the club to have an opportunity to develop their potential.
To continue to promote the positive culture and leadership that is present at GSFC.

Keen to promote as a strong community value our stance on non-violent behaviour and positive role modelling for young people.

 

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About the Goulburn Strikers

The Goulburn Strikers were founded in late 2001 to offer the Southern Tablelands most talented players the opportunity to play at a higher level while representing their hometown.

In 2002, under the Southern Tablelands Football Association (STFA) banner, the Strikers started competing, entering two senior teams (Fist Grade and Reserves Grade) in the ACT State League. Soon the Strikers went from being easy beaters to become a regional football force.

In 2003 the Strikers became the ACT State League Division 2 Champions and were promoted to Division 1.

In 2005 the Strikers and the STFA ratified their commitment to access the prestigious ACT Premier League within a five years.

As time went on and the Strikers became more successful it was soon obvious that a development program was necessary and in 2007, with the full support of the STFA, the club entered an Under 18s and an Under 16s squad in the ACT Junior League.
Also in 2007 the Strikers were ACT League Division 1 Runners up.

In 2008 the Strikers became the undefeated ACT State League Division 1 Champions.
The club’s development program also proved to be of the highest quality as in the same year the Strikers Under 18?s became ACT Junior League Division 1 Premiers and the Under 16?s were the undefeated NSW Southern Branch Champions as well as the ACT Junior League Division 1 Premiers.

In 2009 the Strikers were ACT League Division 1 Runners up and for the first time ever, the Strikers made it through to the ACT Federation Cup Quarter Finals, showing to be already competitive at Premier League level.
Also in 2009 the Strikers for the first time entered the NSW Tiger Turf Cup reaching the third round. In the process the Strikers knocked out clubs such as NSW Super League giants Macarthur Rams[1].
In the same year the Strikers Under 18s were back-to-back ACT Junior League Division 1 Premiers, while the Under 16s were Runners up in their Division.
Later in 2009 the Strikers applied to for a three-year Premier League licence and were successful in gaining access in the in 2010. [2]

In 2010 The Goulburn Strikers reached the Final of the ACT Federation Cup losing out to Canberra FC (2 – 3).