Broadmeadow Magic Youth FC are proud to announce the return of the West Ham United Oceania Academy.
We will be hosting this in the second week of the July school holidays on Wednesday 17th & Thursday the 18th
Please register your expression of interest at the following link
We are also encouraging everyone to head to the playfootball website before registrations open and confirm your account is active.
In addition to the FFA registration, Magic FC is using a new sports management platform called Revolutionise Sport, this platform is going to assist us in not only keeping an up to date and consistent Club/player database but will also be the main tool used for our club communications, game day management and to assist us all club administrative functions.
This new platform requires each player, coach, managers, club committee members, and all our wonderful volunteers to register.
Link to club registration Magic Youth FC Registration, when registering select the “Register” button and when you are selecting “Player” – choose either “Interdistrict” 10yrs – over35s or “Miniroos” for our 6yrs-9yrs
Our seniors, Broadmeadow Magic FC are excited to announce their Football Department for season 2019.
2019 Technical Leadership 2019 Technical Director – Chris Gallagher 2019 Technical Advisor (Youth) – Paul Gomez
2019 Head Coaches U9 SAP (2 Teams) – Tom Donnelly & John Stojanovski U10 SAP (2 Teams) – Bobby Dodovski & Shane Parmenter U11 NET – Tony Majurovski U12 NET – Joe McCarthy U13 NPL – Chris Acevski U14 NPL – Nic Pepper U15 NPL – Ben Edwards U16 NPL – Chris Gallagher
2019 Support Team Youth Coordinator – Tony Temelkovski Youth Coordinator – David Antcliff Youth Program Support – Robert Jovanovski
The 2019 football department is a blend of stability from the 2018 season and new ideas from a carefully selected group of head coaches focused on player development and competition results in 2019.
Broadmeadow Magic FC believe our 2019 football department will do our club, players and supporters proud as we prepare for the next season of Magic football.
Great Aussie Bush Camp, Tea Gardens – Sunday 16th September
Under 6 – Under 11 please arrive by 9.40am Under 12 – Under 17 please arrive by 11.15am
The Under 6-11’s presentation will commence at 10am, followed by an early BBQ lunch and then teams are welcome to participate in guided activities with fully qualified Great Aussie Bush Camp Instructors. The Under 12-17 Presentation will commence at 11:30am, followed by a BBQ lunch and activities.
Come along and have a great day with your family and enjoy the end of the soccer season with some amazing team building activities!
All players will receive a free sausage sandwich and drink after the trophy presentation.
Please wear suitable clothing to participate in outdoor activities.
Under 12 A – 1st Under 12 B – 4th Under 13 A – 6th Under 14 A – 1st Under 15 A – 4th Under 17 A – 1st Over 35 D – 3rd
With only three games to go it’s great to see most of our competition teams in contention for a finals position! Our 12As are in a tight battle with Valentine for the premiership, the 14As are still undefeated, and with another win or two, will wrap up the premiership & our 17As need a win on Saturday to claim the premiership in that division.
Keep working hard towards semi-final football & we cannot wait to see how our teams end up!
Please see below email received from our Head Coach of our Under 15 A squad.
During the BMYFC U15A game vs South Wallsend yesterday at Walker Fields we had a referee that made a very obviously wrong decision to award a penalty against a Magic player for a hand ball in the penalty area. It was actually the South Wallsend attacker that hand balled in our penalty area. The South Wallsend duty officer and the coaching staff asked the referee to come to the sideline where they advised him that the South Wallsend player hand balled and not the Magic player. This alone was a great gesture on their behalf as I was not expecting them to do this for our team.
The referee refused to take their counsel and proceeded to award the penalty. At this stage of the game it was still 0-0 and the referee had already awarded South Wallsend a penalty earlier in the game for a hand ball in our penalty area that Michael our keeper saved.
The South Wallsend coach then advised me that he did not want his team to win a match by such an obviously wrong decision from the referee. He proceeded to advise his player taking the penalty to kick the penalty to the keeper so that he can save it, which he did. The game finished 0-0.
I congratulated him after the game for showing everyone at that field great sportsmanship and that it is not just about winning a game at all costs. What a great message was sent to all players and parents that watched that game. I wonder how many other coaches would have done the same???
I was hoping that BMYFC would contact South Wallsend to inform them of this great act of sportsmanship as I believe that this needs to be recognised from our club to South Wallsend.