Please find as follows important information pertaining to Olympic senior teams for 2016:
Senior Football Player Subs - 2016
Central League: TBA
Capital Premier: TBA
All other senior divisions: $x,xxx per team.
Subs payable no later than TBA.
All senior soccer players MUST be registered with Olympic prior to season kickoff. Full name and date-of-birth must be supplied to Club Membership Officer Nina Papadopoulos by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by mobile 021 262 7487 before player takes the field.
It is a requirement of Olympic AFC that ALL club players do their best to come back to the clubrooms at completion of their games. The Olympic AFC clubrooms are TBA. Clubrooms will be open for players and supporters every Saturday and Sunday, opening times TBA. Clubroom phone TBA.
Central League: Wakefield Park 2
Premier Team: Wakefield Park 2
Senior Teams: Wakefield Park, Nairnville Park, Miramar Park, Crawford Green, McAlister Park
Saturdays: TBA (Please keep an eye out on the home page under match Info.
Senior Soccer Training
Both the Central League and Premier Reserve team are to train at Wakefield Park 2, Island Bay. All senior Olympic teams train at Sinclair Park, Houghton Bay Rd.
- Tuesdays and Thursdays: Central League and Reserve teams train 6:30pm-8pm
- Mondays - Thursday : Available for all other Olympic senior teams at Sinclair Park
- New floodlights installed in October 2003
- Changing Room
- Showers and toilet
- 2 full size goal posts
- 4 mini goals
- Soccer balls & pumps
- Cones & training hurdles
All training equipment is secured in lockup cupboards which require keys to access.
Access codes and keys: Call Maki Halikias TBA e: email@example.com
Match Day Team Cards & Results
All senior teams (except Masters divisions) to complete official Capital Soccer team cards prior to game kickoff. Please ensure that ONLY registered players are listed on the team card.At completion of game, card must be counter-signed by oppostion representative and posted to Capital Soccer no later than Monday following game.
If you are the home team you must:
- Supply a referee if non has been allocated to your match
- Supply nets and flags if applicable to your division
- Results by phone to: Central League/Capital Premier (Reserves)/Chatham Cup To 939 4416 NO LATER THAN 4.45 (If I pickup the phone, your club gets the fine). All other grades To 939 4156, to make the website, results must be phone in by 5.15 Saturday, 3.15 Sunday, to Save a fine, NO LATER THAN 8am Monday.
Nets & flags
Nets are available to teams on request. Please contact an Olympic committee member to arrange. Some lower division and masters teams do not require nets and flags to play a match.
Olympic will supply the following gear and equipment to each senior team:
1 x match ball
2 x warmup balls
1 x playing strip inclusive of shirts, shorts and socks (includes goalkeepers strip)
1 x medical kit
1 x whistle
All gear is singed for by the team manager/organiser who is responsible to return ALL gear at completion of the season.
Some teams will be supplied with additonal gear like tracksuits and bags as they become available.
All Olympic senior teams play in Royal blue and white strips. A red and white "change strip" is available on request prior to a weekend game where colours may clash with opposition.
Gear must be collected at completion of each match. One person takes responsibility to collect ALL gear from their team at end of a match. That person is then responsible to ensure that ALL gear is accounted for before being laundered.
All senior teams MUST launder their own team strip. Shirts, shorts and socks MUST be washed SEPERATELY in cold water with a little detergent. Gear must be hung dry and NOT put in an electric dryer.
Fines that will be imposed on teams and individuals as follows:
- Any fines for violent or abusive behaviour incurred by any player in your team
- Fines from Capital Soccer for failing to send team card in or not phoning in home team result
- Behaviour that brings Olympic AFC into disrepute
Fines must be paid prior to the teams next game. Failure to pay fines on time could see the teams next game defaulted until payment is made.
A good standard of behaviour is expected of all players before, during and after their matches. Olympic reserves the right to fine, ban or expell players who mis-represent the club.
Procedures for reporting match day "incidents": Any incidents involving Olympic players and opposition team players MUST be reported to the Olympic club chairman NO LATER than the Monday following the match. Reports accepted only by email to:
Cancellations & Transfers
Please remember that 2ZB (1035 MHz) is the official cancellation radio station for Senior soccer.
Cancellations and ground transfers are broadcast from 7:00am to 9:00am every half hour then 9:00am to Noon every hour.
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions):
Q. If our team wants to change the kick-off time or day of a match, what do we do?
A. YOU must contact the opposing team management to request time or date change and ONLY by their agreement can you proceed with change. Once you have opposing team approval contact Capital Soccer to proceed with change.
Q. Our team wants to bring in players from a team from a higher division. What is the procedure for this?
A. Any senior team may re-grade up to and no more than 3 players from teams in higher divisions for any one match. This also applies to matches where the team from the higher division has no match scheduled on the day that your team plays.
Q. The opposition team is not ready at kick-off time. How long must we wait?
A. All games must kick-off no later than 15 minutes after the scheduled kick-off time. If the opposition is still not ready at this point you may abandon the match and report to Capital soccer who will award your team a 2 nil win. Please note that under certain circumstances the game may need to be replayed.
Q. An incident has occurred in the game and the game is abandoned before the final whistle?
A. Report the incident to your Clubs President in writing no later than Monday following the match. He will ensure that correct procedures are followed and reported to Capital soccer.
Q. What happens if our opposition has strips with clashing colours?
A. It is the responsibility of the Away team to ensure they have a change strip in the case of a colour clash.
Q. What is the minimum requirement of players in a team before a game can kick-off?
A. A minimum of 7 players per team must take the field.