TSS (Team Support System)

TSS (Team Support System) - Meeting/Workshop June 2013

 

(TSS) Team Support System - Soccer

 

 

TSS (Team Support System)

Out motto is "Less work for more people not more work for less people"; So, with this in mind parents of the team are given a role to play;

Together, united they form a support group that surrounds the team; nothing is left to chance;

 

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Sports Management

How our teams are managed:-

TSS (Team Support System - Football/Soccer)

The "Team" behind the "Team"

 

 

Club Induction Program: Parent & Player Workshop

Purpose: To review the Junior Structure, Club Policies and Procedures.

 

 

 

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07/02/2013

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TSS (Team Support System) – Football (Soccer)

Out motto is "Less work for more people not more work for less people"; So, with this in mind parents of the team are given a role to play;

Together, united they form a support group that surrounds the team; Nothing is left to chance;

 

 

 

(TSS) TEAM SUPPORT SYSTEM VIDEO

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08/02/2013
 
 
 
THE MODEL

 

 

 

08/02/2013
The Team Manager

Keep your teams TSS model intact; Assign people to each role. 

Explain to the people the TSS responsibilities; Hold meetings

Delegate or Act as a backup person when people are away;

Pre-season: Prep work before championship starts, make sure:

1. All the kids have paid their fees

2. All the kids have been registered with the FFV

3. Create a spreadsheet and document your teams TSS support crew

Note: Create a roster/ consider job sharing roles.

During the season; roster people to come a little earlier than normal to assist the junior committee setting up and make sure the ground has been properly set-up.

During the season; if you have been rostered as the “last game” on the ground, pack-up all items and place in Junior Pavilion store room.

Pickup from Admin office & Pay the referee their fees after your game

Handle disputes

Read & Understood our Club Policies. You can find our Policies at www.ocjfc.com then click on Club Policies.

e.g. Oakleigh Cannons - Spirit of the Games Policy

  • No smoking allowed anywhere near CHILDREN.
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The First Aid Officer

Prep Work:

First Aid refresher course (Existing People)

First Aid - Level 1 Course (New People)

Received First Aid bag/supplies

All the medical forms have been submitted to your teams First Aid officer

Make sure the first aid stretcher is on the field and in place.

Make sure the main gate is open so the ambulance vehicle can easily get in.

Make sure that the first aid room is open at "Home" games

Make sure there are no strange objects on the ground, so walk the ground before you start the game.

Know your exit points in case of fire:-

  • Assemble at the car park if a fire is has started at the scouts end or if the trees get on fire at the railway end.
  • Assemble at the scouts end if a fire has started at the junior/senior pavilion end.

Always be alert. Do not let the score on the board or how important the match is to win CLOUD or COMPROMISE the safety of our children.

Avoid: Leaving your First Aid bag at home or in the car

Avoid: Forgetting to update supplies
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The Coaching Staff

Head Coach

Assistant Coach

Obtain the "Working with children" check ID card

Obtain suitable coaching accreditation

Your Team has received their Team Equipment from Football Galaxy .e.g. Balls/ Bibs/ & Cones etc…

Abide by the:

  1. Coaching Code of Ethics
  2. FFV Code of Behaviour
  3. FFV Coaching Licence
  4. Working With Children Check/Id
  5. The Oakleigh Cannons Juniors (OCJFC) - Policies & Procedures
  6. The Oakleigh Cannons Juniors Soccer – Coaching Curriculum
  7. The FFV & CLUB "0" Tolerance Policy
  8. The Team Support System - TSS
  9. Safety Aware. Being aware of the Medical Records & Condition of your players.
  10. Knowing the "Fire Siren sound and evacuation procedure" assembly points.
Backup the coach; train the kids; if, the coach cannot attend training
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The Equipment Manager

Prep Work: Before the Championship starts make sure:

Your Team has received their "HOME" blue jumpers from the club.

As part of each players merchandise kit, the “ALL WHITE” strip will act as the “AWAY” strip.

We always play in "ALL BLUE" at "HOME"

If there is a clash of colours at an "AWAY" game; we then change outfits and play in "ALL WHITE".

All children are to "always" bring with them on game day their full white outfit and their full blue outfit.

Keep accurate records of all equipment assigned to your team.

All the kids have received their "Football Galaxy" Merchandise. Everything received is to be kept by the player.

The only item a player must return back to the club is the “HOME” blue jumpers. This jumper is “not to be kept” by the player.

Coaches have received their Track Suit & Polo Top

Team Manager has received their Polo Top

“2” Match day balls. (Keep a spare pump & needle handy)

Ensure the dressing rooms are prepared & ready before a match. This also applies to our guest’s dressing room "the away team". Players must adhere on dressing room rules and procedures.

Dressing rooms left tidy. Clean & Sweep.  

Supervises collection of all team laundry. (Organise a roster if needed)

Drink Bottle Holders. Oranges at half time. (Organise a roster if needed)

Oversee and supervise transportation of all equipment to and from training & match day. (Organise a roster if needed) .e.g. balls, cones, bibs etc...

Maintain and repair all team equipment. Report any faults. Replace items damaged. e.g. training balls 

 

On Match day show the referee & away team to their Changing room.  If needed lock changing rooms during the game. Spare Key can be found at the canteen
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The Backup Referee

If a FFV referee does not attend a "Home" match then it is the duty of the "HOME" team to supply a backup referee. Both team managers must consult and appoint a referee and 1 Linesperson from each club.

All clubs must fulfil all fixtures, regardless of whether or not a Match Official is present to take charge. Failure by any team or club to do so may result in that team is fined. Both team managers must complete the match records (formerly known team sheets); maintain these in an easily accessible location and preferably a safe location.

If the FFV referee turns up at any point of the game, the game must stop when the ball is out next and the referee will take over the game.

Please ensure that players without an FFV ID card do not participate in this match. The appointed match official must ensure that all players taking the field of play are wearing only equipment that is safe to themselves and any other person.

The appointed match official must ensure that the match kick offs at the scheduled kick off time and two equal halves are played. The appointed match official must ensure that the match is played according to the FIFA rules. Most importantly the match official and all responsible parties must ensure that the match is played in a safe manner and that player’s safety is always the most important aspect of the match.

 

Finally at the completion of the match it is the home clubs responsibility to ensure that both sets of match records are completed correctly and sent to the FFV. Failure to do so may result in additional fines.
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The Linesperson & Ground Marshalls

 

Ground Marshalls

 

Each home club must provide a minimum of 2 Ground Marshals.  Ground Marshals may not be younger than 16 and must be older than the age level of the league.

Ground Marshals must be in clearly identifiable uniforms must be visible at all times and must escort the official to and from the ground of play at half time and full time.

They are to wear the Yellow “Officials” jacket supplied by the club during the “GAME”

Ground Marshalls have the power to stop people from misbehaving and/or people who try to bring the game to disrepute.

Avoid: Not wearing officials’ jacket when dealing with the public

 

Backup Referee:

Linepeople:

 

 

If a FFV referee does not attend a "Home" match then it is the duty of the "HOME" team to supply a backup referee. Both team managers must consult and appoint a referee and 1 Linesperson from each club.

All clubs must fulfil all fixtures, regardless of whether or not a Match Official is present to take charge. Failure by any team or club to do so may result in that team is fined. Both team managers must complete the match records (formerly known team sheets); maintain these in an easily accessible location and preferably a safe location.

If the FFV referee turns up at any point of the game, the game must stop when the ball is out next and the referee will take over the game.

Please ensure that players without an FFV ID card do not participate in this match. The appointed match official must ensure that all players taking the field of play are wearing only equipment that is safe to themselves and any other person.

The appointed match official must ensure that the match kick offs at the scheduled kick off time and two equal halves are played. The appointed match official must ensure that the match is played according to the FIFA rules. Most importantly the match official and all responsible parties must ensure that the match is played in a safe manner and that player’s safety is always the most important aspect of the match.

Finally at the completion of the match it is the home clubs responsibility to ensure that both sets of match records are completed correctly and sent to the FFV. Failure to do so may result in additional fines.

 

 

  • If you were given the flags (Lines people) ...

 

  • Each club must appoint an assistant referee (lines people), who are required to identify themselves to the appointed match official prior to kick off. Preferably at least 10 min before kick off.

 

  • The major duties as an assistant referee are to indicate:

 

  • when the whole of the ball has passed out of the field of play
  • which side is entitled to a corner kick, goal kick or throw in
  • when a player may be penalised for being in an offside position
  • when a substitution is requested

 

  • As an assistant referee please also notify the referee if an accident has occurred behind play. Note as a club assistant referee the match official can not issue any penalty on your advice. However it is still good to notify them as it may prevent further incidents.

 

  • As an assistant referee please avoid coaching you players, getting involved with spectators and flagging for any infringements.

 

  • If your given the Marshalls Vest ...

 

  • Each Home Club must provide a minimum of 2 Ground Marshals.  Ground Marshals may not be younger than 16 and must be older than the age level of the league.

 

  • All ground marshals must identify themselves to the appointed match official prior to kick off. Preferably at least 10 min before kick off.

 

  • Ground Marshals must be in clearly identifiable uniforms, must be visible at all times and must escort the official to and from the ground of play at half time and full time.

 

  • Note that the match officials should not leave their dressing rooms to enter the filed of play or leave the field of play to return to their rooms, until identifiable Ground Marshals are present to escort them.

 

  • Note a failure to provide Ground Marshals may lead to a fine and more importantly a serious incident.

 

  • Ground marshals should also assist in ensuring that all spectators follow the FFV Codes of Behaviour and assist the match officials in any way possible.  Finally if the matter seems to be heading out of control it also very important that the relevant authorities are identified as soon as possible (i.e. police).

08/02/2013
The Team Secretary

Prep Work: Before 1st Game

Make sure you have received your teams “Match Book” & “ID Book/Cards”

Always use the FFV internet site as your “point of check” when confirming games. Do not print documents and assume nothing will change.

During Season:

Make sure you check your scheduled games ahead of time.

Note: Do not make assumptions; do not leave anything to chance

Notify opposition team;

1. Confirm with the other team the Venue/Address

2. Confirm the Kick off time

3. Confirm the colours (so there are no clashes)

During the season; only at “HOME” games; please, make sure you call Helen Kraloglou on 0409530383 to place your game scores.

kraloglou.helen.h@edumail.vic.gov.au; hercules007@bigpond.com.au

You must hand in your TEAM books to referee; 30 min before the game starts.

Keep your team informed with any club updates via:

  • Memos
  • Flyers
  • Newsletters
  • SMS
  • Emails

Avoid: Forgetting to call Helen and place game scores

Avoid: Forgetting to pick up your Match & ID Book after game
08/02/2013
The Fair Play Officer

Adhere to our Club Policies: Oakleigh Cannons Junior FC Policy

If a coach requires a player from another team to help make up the numbers due to certain circumstances; they must play all the players listed in their own squad first and not the invited players. The invited players are there to play in case of tired players or injury. Winning the game is not the reason why we invite other players to play in the team.

Once the team has been picked by the coach, the players stay together throughout the season. There is no weekly "promotion or demotion" policy between our teams during the season. Discussion for players to move teams is done in a collaborated approach between Coach, Parent, Player, Team Manager and Head of Junior Football Operations.

Avoid overplaying the talented players; the just average needs and deserve playing time.

All players who are invited to the game - must play. All players must be rotated and substituted as fairly as possible.

During finals, first preference is given to the existing team members and not players from other teams coming into the team to strengthen their chances. Players deserve the chance to experience finals football.

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