‘The Bootroom Club’ is a coaches network for aspiring, developing and experienced coaches with a passion for developing football in the Football South Federation.
In 2017 this will be a series of in-formal and non-formal workshops and get togethers to discuss current issues, trends and development opportunities within football.
Football South, FDM, Paul O’Reilly will lead Workshop 1: ‘The Coaching Fraternity ‘Growing our Coaching Communities’ the following workshop topics and discussion points will be mostly participant directed with guest speakers also being invited to present and deliver on specific topics.
In 2017, The Bootroom Club will run as a breakfast club with x8 Tuesday morning breakfast workshops (07:15 – 08:30) on the below dates, all session to be hosted at the Caledonian Club rooms 2nd floor (Logan Park Drive).
- June 20th Workshop 1: The Coaching Fraternity ‘Growing our Coaching Communities’
- July 4th
- August 1st
- August 15th
- September 5th
- September 19th
- October 24th
- Nov 7th
If you would like to sign up and attend these workshops and receive additional information via email, please fill in the form below.
There is no joining fee (please note: there may be a cost for some workshops throughout the year).
Progressing into 2018 Football South through the FDO team, will look to set up ‘Bootroom Hubs’ in the regions (Otago, Central Otago, South Canterbury, Southland). We would also encourage clubs, schools and club hubs etc. to look at setting up their own groups with likeminded football enthusiasts and coaches, the club based group can feed into this centralised ‘Bootroom Club’.
If you cannot attend the Bootroom club but you would like to receive email updates e.g. sessions plans, blogs, articles and websites with relevant information, email Paul O Reilly at firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Coach Development Distribution List’ in the subject bar.
If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Football Development Manager, Paul O’Reilly email@example.com