Newcastle Permanent Community Coaching Master-Class

November 17th, 2017

After a record year for the Westfield Matildas, Northern NSW Football is proud to welcome Westfield Matildas Head Coach Alen Stajcic to Newcastle on Saturday, December 16 to conduct a Newcastle Permanent Community Coaching Master-Class, proudly presented by the Newcastle Permanent, our Official Partner in Community Football across Northern NSW.

The class provides the opportunity for community coaches to learn from one of the best as Alen shares his elite experience that saw the Westfield Matildas claim the inaugural Tournament of Nations in the US earlier this year, followed by recent victories against Brazil.

As a registered coach, we extend an invitation to you to attend;

McDonald Jones Stadium
Kotara Room

Saturday 16th December, 3.30pm – 4.50pm
Registration Fee – $20 (includes Newcastle Jets GA admission ticket, tea/coffee)

Stajcic will present on the topic of Opposition Analysis and Match Preparation, followed by a Q&A session.

All attendees will then be invited on to watch the Newcastle Jets doubleheader at McDonald Jones Stadium, featuring the Hyundai A-League (5.35pm) versus Adelaide United, followed by Westfield W-League (8.15pm) versus Perth Glory.

Please note seats are limited, be sure to register early!

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