PRIMARY CHAMPION SCHOOLS FOOTBALL (Soccer)

who to contact

COORDINATOR

Tony Carvajal

M: 0450 742 636

OFFICE CONTACT

Peter Smith

SSWA

SSA CONTACT

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Football West

Tel: (08) 9422 6900

key information

NOMINATION DUE

Girls: Fri 8th April 2022

Open: Fri 1st  July 2022

Cost

$100.00 per team TBC

COMPETITION DATE

Girls 5th & 6th May 2022
Finals: Fri 13th May 2022

Open Thu 28th July 2022 [North]
Fri 29th July 2022 [South & East]
Finals: Fri 5th August 2022

NOMINATE

Nominations open in January of the year of competition.

click the button/s below to nominate

competition details

Due to the FFA and Football West’s focus on 9-a-side football for players under 12, the Open and Girls Championships was changed to 9-a-side format in 2019.

The Open Champions Cup
Formerly (“The Pro Football Training Cup/The Glory Cup”) 9- A-side Open Championships
2022 is the 19th Anniversary of the SSWA Primary Football Open Championship. The SSWA Primary Football Championships has 4 regional Championships. They will be conducted in the Eastern, Northern, Southern and Peel Regions.  There is no restriction on boys or girls in the teams. The involvement of new schools is welcomed for 2022.

The Girls Champions Cup
Formerly (“The Pro Football Training Cup/The Glory Girls Cup”) Girls 9-A-Side Championships:
2022 is the 16th Anniversary of the Girls Champions Cup Primary Championship. The SSWA Primary Schools Football Championship has 3 regional Championships. They will be conducted in the Eastern/Southern, Northern, and Peel Regions.

Primary Cluster Regional Football Championship. [Inaugural]
In 2022 School Sport WA will be inviting Cluster Champions (winners of school association Soccer lightning carnivals) to participate in the inaugural Primary Cluster Regional Football Championship.
Schools who nominate will play on either 26 July or 27 July (depending on the number of nominations). The Champions and Runners-Up will then play in the Open Championship Finals at Aubin Grove Community Oval on Friday, 5 August. Qualifying games will commence at 4:30pm. Most games will be played under lights.  All games in the Open Finals will be knock out.
The nomination window is a small one. If your school has won their cluster competition please nominate as soon as you can so that fixtures can be organised quickly and smoothly.
Cost per team will be $100 which will assist in paying for referees, medals, cups and sports trainers.

The Primary Football Organising Committee invites interested teachers to become involved as a member or as regional coordinators.
Please contact the Primary Football Sport Coordinator on 0450 742 636 or email tonylcarvajal@gmail.com

The Girls Champions Cup 9-A-Side Championships: Fri 8th April [Wk 10, Term 1 2022] or when the region is filled. (Max 12 teams per region). Schools can enter more than one team.

The Open Champions Cup 9-A-Side Open Championships:  Fri 1st July [Wk 10, Term 2 2022] or when the region is filled.  (Max 12 teams per region).

$100* per team
*Subject to change dependent on nomination numbers.

REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS:

Girls Primary Football Regional State Championships:
Collette McCallum Northern Region – Chichester Park North, Trappers Dr [next to North Woodvale Primary School – Thu 5th May 2022
Shannon May Eastern Region – venue TBA – Fri 6th May 2022
Kaie Gill Peel Region – venue TBA – Fri 6th May 2022 (if enough schools)
Sam Kerr Southern Region– venue TBA – Fri 6th May 2022

Open Primary Football Regional Championships:
Jamie Harnwell Northern Regionvenue TBA – Thu 28th July 2022
Gareth Naven Eastern Region- venue TBA – Fri 29th July 2022
Jason Petkovic Southern Region- venue TBA – Fri 29th July 2022

Note: The number of regions for both Championships will depend on nominations received

STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS:

Tanya Oxtoby Girls State Championships – Fri 13th May 2022
Venue:
Aubin Grove Community Oval, Camden Boulevard, Aubin Grove

Stan Lazaridis State ChampionshipsFriday 5th August 2022
Venue: Aubin Grove Community Oval, Camden Boulevard, Aubin Grove

A maximum of 12 schools divided into two groups will comprise a region.  *Subject to change dependent on nomination numbers.

Schools in each group will play a round robin qualifying round. If there are not enough teams to make two effective groups a Round Robin will be played.

Schools will play a minimum of four games during the day.  Games will comprise of 2×15 minute halves with a 10 minute half time break. 

Regions and fixtures will be structured according to the number of nominations received.

Winners of each group will play off in the Grand Final to become Regional Champions.  If there are less than 8 teams in a region there will be no grand final. All the teams will play in a round robin with the top team becoming Regional Champions.

The Champions and Runners Up from each region will participate in the State Championship finals.

The Girls Champions Cup State Finals:
The 4 Regional Champions and the Runners-up (8 teams) will play each other in the State Championship Quarter Finals and Semi-Finals with the two top teams competing in the Grand Final to determine the Girls Champions Cup Primary Schools State Football Champions.

The Open Champions Cup State Finals:
The 4 Regional Champions and the Runners-up (8 teams) will play each other in the State Championship Quarter Finals and Semi-Finals with the two top teams competing in the Grand Final to determine the Open Champions Cup Primary Schools State Football Champions.

The Girls Champions Cup Regional Championships by the Wednesday of Week 1 Term 2.

The Open Champions Cup Regional Championships by the Wednesday of week 1 of Term 3.

Under-12-9-a-Side Rules for Girls and Open Championships

2022 Open Championship Rules for Coaches and Coordinators [yet to be published]

2022-Girls-Championship-Rules-and-Information

Principal, parent and coach information will be emailed at the same time as the fixtures.

2022 Girls Information for Parents

2022 Girls Information for Principals

Full team details including school emblem (as a jpeg), player, coach and manager names to be emailed to Sport Coordinator 1 week prior to the State Finals. This is so the Championship programme can have these names included.

Both the Open and Girls State Championships will have their own programmes.
The maximum squad size for the Open Regional Championship (Open Champions Cup) and Girls Champions Cup is 14.

All players must wear shin pads.
Football boots are strongly recommended.
Each school to have a set of bibs in case of a colour clash.

2022 Open Parent Information [yet to be published]
2022 Girls Information for Parents [yet to be published]
2022 Girls Information for Principals [yet to be published]
2022 Open Principal Information [yet to be published]

Click HERE to view 2021 Photos

Click HERE to view 2019 Photos