WELCOME TO SKI IL FOTBALL
Introduction brochure for new members
This brochure contains important information about your child playing football in the club.
The club's purpose:
To give our children the opportunity to play football
in a safe and growing environment
Enrollment / practical:
•The first thing to do is sign up your child in the club. This can be done on the attached form or online at www.skifotball.no
•The team leader for your child's team is: __________________Mob.:_________
•The coach of your child's team is: _______________________Mob.:_________
•Our training times are: ___________________________________________
Training and membership fee
•You have to pay a training and membership fee for the child to play football. The invoice will be sent out in March, or as soon as your child is registered. This must be paid before the child is allowed to play in Ski Football. Price ranges from kr. 1,300, - for the youngest team to kr. 3,500, - for the G19 team per year.
•There are opportunities to receive support from NAV if there are problems with paying. Contact a case manager at NAV if your family has one. Otherwise there are support schemes in the club. Contact Ragnhild Carlsen, General Manager, by e-mail email@example.com
What equipment is needed and how much does it cost?
Training and matches:
•Everyone must have shin guards and football boots to play football. Football boots cost from approx. kr. 300, and upwards. As a member of Ski Football, you can receive discounts at G-Max in Ski Storsenter. To be applicable, request a club card for your mobile from firstname.lastname@example.org
•In addition, if you are to play a match, you must buy club shorts and club socks. These cost kr. 335, -. They are only available from the Club Shop located in the building at the end of football pitch #1.
•The club shop is open every Monday 17:00 to 18:30. The opening hours of the kiosks follow the match timings on the various pitches.
•The club shop also sells training clothes and the club collection.
•Football Kit for match games is loaned by the club and handed out by the team leader
•The club also has a Facebook group for the purchase / sale of used football equipment
•There may be costs for accommodation, lodging and pocket money for competitions (from about 11-12 years). In addition, the team leader may collect a few kroners to finance food and drink, etc. for social gatherings.
•Ski Football wants everyone to be able to join. If you cannot afford, there are support schemes in the club. Contact your team's team manager to help you with more info, possibly referring to inclusion contact or general manager. You can find information about support scheme under "Economy" at www.skifotball.no
Attendance to training and games
•Some people find it difficult to ask for help for transport to training, matches and cups if one can not drive. Contact the team manager or coach on your team so we can try to find solutions.
•In order for the club to offer good prices, all the guardians must attend to the Dugnad. The dugnad provides support to the club and community. If it is difficult to attend the dugnad, then contact the team leader in advance so we can look at alternative tasks for you.
•Common Dugnad tasks for the club are kiosk watch, garbage picking, maintenance in the sports park, various responsibilities at cups - for example parking attendance, kiosks, barbecue, secretarial services, cleaning, etc.
The vast majority of teams are run by volunteer parents. This means that there are parents who train and organize the team in their spare time without getting paid for it. The other parents of the teams contribute by participating in dugnad or participating in the club's various committees.
•Where are we?
•Ski Football is located at the Ski Sports Park, (Idrettsparken), address: Idrettsveien 35B, 1400 Ski.
•Our office is in the clubhouse located in the sports park.
•After school offerings
•The club has Football-SFO and Academy as an extra offer after school.
This offer is an extra charge priced from kr. 850, - per month for one afternoon per week.
•Spond and Facebook
•Our teams use Spond and / or Facebook groups to communicate with players / guardians.
Check which your team is using and ensure you are added into the group / s.
•Contact People, responsible in Ski Fotball