Registrations for the 2018 Winter Season will open in February 2018.
From time to time photos will be taken and used in the Club’s newsletters, on the club’s website and in other club publications. Players names are not usually included in these publications. There is a new Photo Approval field within the online registration, please ensure this is completed so we are aware of your preference.
The club supplies the football shirts, along with jackets for JPL teams. These remain the property of Miramar Rangers and have to be returned at the end of the season. Please take care of this gear as you will be invoiced the cost of a new one if yours is lost or destroyed.
Shorts (black Nike), socks (black Nike) and hoodies can be purchased instore or online from Football Central, Top of Tory Complex, 133-139 Tory Street Wellington.
Miramar Rangers Junior teams rely on parent volunteers to coach, manage and referee their teams. Coaching involves running training sessions and coaching from the sidelines at Saturday games. To see how the Club supports volunteer coaches, check out the Coaches + Referees page.
Most teams also appoint another parent as team manager to assist with scheduling, logistics and communication.
For Grades 7 and 8, the kids are largely self-moderating as they learn the ropes. From 9th Grade onwards, all matches have on-pitch volunteer referees. From 10th Grade onwards, all JPL (or Premier) teams are required to provide a qualified referee. Capital Football runs refereeing courses through the season and there is usually at least one per season run at the club. For more information about referee training, check out the Coaches + Referees page.
The Junior arm of the club is run by a small committee made up of volunteer Grade Managers, the Junior Chairman (Andrew Wilson), Club Administrator (Rosie Telford) and Junior Development staff. This group meets monthly year-round and oversees the trial process, puts teams together, appoints coaches, and provides leadership for other club activities such as fundraising and community liaison and events.
OPPORTUNITIES TO ASSIST YOUR CLUB
Volunteers are the lifeline of any club and any assistance that can be offered, big or small is greatly appreciated by your club.If you are able to contribute in ANY way, please contact Andrew Wilson (Junior Chairman) email email@example.com.
Players in 9th Grade and above who wish to play in the Junior Premier League (JPL or Travel Leagues) participate in trials at the beginning of each season. The trials are conducted in line with NZF policy and assess players’ technical ability, decision-making and attitude.
Players are eligible to trial if their are registered with the Club and their subscriptions are fully paid, or alternative arrangements for payment have been made.
2017 FEE SCHEDULE
First Kicks (per player) - $70
Grades 7 – 17 (1 player) - $145
Grade 7 - 17 (2+ players per family) - $255
GOSL (Girls Only Sunday League) - $145
Girls Saturday + GOSL - $255
PLAYER REGISTRATION IS ONLY COMPLETE ONCE PAYMENT IS RECEIVED.
This means players will not be placed in a team or be permitted to trial until payment has been made (or payment arrangements have been made with the Club).
Should fees remain unpaid at April 1st, and no payment arrangement has been made, they will increase to $155/$265 and $265 Girls Saturday + GOSL.
If registering online, payment can be made by credit card at the time of registration.
If paying via internet banking, the Club's account number is: 02-0500-0224537-00.
Should your child withdraw from playing for Miramar Rangers, depending on the circumstances and timing, a refund will be considered. An administration fee will be deducted from any refund.