U12 - U20 Divisional

Virginia United Football Club enters youth aged teams into the Football Brisbane divisional competition. The divisions range from Brisbane Youth Premier League (BYPL) to Division 7. Our National Premier League Women (NPLW) youth teams operate outside of this as they are entered into a Football Queensland competition, however the club does still have female teams entered in divisions.

The priority for this age group is development over results and the primary goal for our lower divisional teams is to enjoy the game, meet new friends and compete against similarly skilled players. For our higher divisional teams, again, skill development remains number one, however, the players in these teams are on a pathway toward our FQPL U23 team, so it's important they become familiar with and commit to the club's playing principles and style.

U12-U20 Fact Sheet

·       Registration should be completed in January, via the website

·       Trials are required for some of our teams; a list of these is available on the home page

·       There are 12 Players per squad for U12's

·       There are 16 Players per squad for U13-U20's

·       Player placement and season administration starts in February

·       Training and the season proper commence in March

·       18 Games are played in an internally run competition by Football Brisbane

·       21 or 42 training sessions are completed, and teams elect to train once or twice per week

·       A training schedule is available on the TEAMS dropdown which shows training day, time and location.

·       U12 Games are on Saturday's with varying kick off times (1 hour duration approximately)

·       U13-U20 Games are on Sunday's with varying kick off times

·       There are limited games or training during the school holidays periods

·       The season concludes around the first week of September

·       Finals are played in mid-September

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