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Pagewood Soccer Club

PageWood Soccer Club


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The GAP program is back and commences this Monday the 20th of April 2015

The program is open to player turning 8 years to 11 years of age of all abilities

This is the decisive age group for acquiring the perfect technical foundation. (The ‘Golden Age’ Phase of motor learning)

Some of the key trademarks we seek include: team spirit, discipline, responsibility, co-operation, understanding, courage, pride and respect.

Our coaching philosophy is to create an environment that encourages and embraces open communication between players and staff.

Due to the success of the program in 2014, there are now 2 head Coaches. Joe Caleta for the 8's & 9's and Gergo (Sammy) Szemok for the 10's and 11's.

Both coaches are highly experienced and qualified in delivering the program.

Joe Caleta is a former National League Player who also played in Malaysia, Singapore and Belgium in the highest competitions. Joe holds a Senior Licence has also coached various representative sides here in Australia where he developed many players who are now playing in National Competitions and National teams across the world including Peter Triantis (Sydney FC), Terry Antonis (Sydney FC / Australia), Tom Juric (West Sydney Wanderers /Australia),Massimo Luongo (Swindon Town/Australia) and Blake Ricciuto (Penarol/Uruguay).

Sammy has also coached various Youth and State teams since 2008 with a very high success rate in not only results but developing footballers. Sammy currently holds a EUFA B- Licence. Sammy has been with the GAP program since 2013 and with a high retention rate is highly popular with the children.

To participate in the Program, players will need to notify the club (via email) prior to attending to ensure enough coaches are present

Monday 27th April 4:45 & 5:45pm time slots still have spots available

To attend the above sessions please email Marko at

Term 2 Session Dates

Mondays and Fridays during  (Monday 27th April to Friday 26th June)
* able to attend 1 or both per week

Session Times

4:45 to 5:45pm , 5:45 to 6:45pm and 6:45 to 7:45pm
Head Coaches will allocate players to time slots based on numbers

Fee: $10 per session


2015 GAP Uniform will be available from the Park office from the 27th April

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2015 School Holiday Clinic

Pagewood will again be running a football Clinic during the School Holidays at Matraville Sports High School. 
The Clinic/s will be held from 9:00am to 3:00pm on the following dates
WEEK 1 Monday 29th June to Friday 3rd July
WEEK 2 - Monday 6th July to Friday 10th July . 

Select any Day/s or the Full week.  For more information click (HERE)

The GAP program 2015 - TERM 3 13th July to 13th September

The program is open to player turning 8 years to 11 years of age.

Monday's 4:45 & 5:45pm
Friday's 4:45 & 5:45 

This is the decisive age group for acquiring the perfect technical foundation. (The ‘Golden Age’ Phase of motor learning) Read More

Sign up for a rebel season pass and save 

Next time you’re shopping at Rebel Eastgardens sign up for a Season Pass ( Free and takes 30 sec ) and each time you purchase something at the store 5% of the total sale will be go towards the club in credits, which can be used to purchase equipment and gift vouchers for fundraising prizes.

Mention you’re a Pagewood member and get a ONE OFF 10% discount for signing up

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Kanga Cup 2013

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The Pagewood G11 Alligators traveled to the Nation’s Capital in the July school holidays to make their competitive debut in the 23rd annual Kanga Cup.  With over 250 teams and approximately 4000 competitors in Canberra for a week of football the city was buzzing with excitement.  After an enthralling competition in the u11 Girls Cup, the comparatively undersized Alligators took it right down to the wire losing the final in a penalty shootout against the Canberra Capitals.  With both teams undefeated going into the final match of the tournament an even game was expected and the coaches and spectators were certainly not disappointed.  Scores were locked at 0 all at full time and 1 all at the end of extra time.  Unfortunately luck fell the way of the Capitals in the penalty shootout as they ended up in front 2-1.

The Alligators left Canberra with some wonderful memories from both on and off the field. As well as being Runners-Up in the tournament, they won the team Fair Play award, and striker Emily Bailes collected the G11 Player of the Tournament award for her dominating performance in front of goal.  Over the week the girls earned the respect of many spectators for the skill and passion they displayed on the field, they showed great sportsmanship, and I have a feeling their positive attitude to all things football will be remembered by many quiet Canberra folk for some time to come (as was often displayed through spontaneous bursts of celebratory singing and dancing).  The Alligators represented Pagewood Botany FC with passion and pride, and deserve to be commended for their stellar performance at Kanga Cup 2013.

Congratulations Pagewood Botany FC G11 Alligators

Kanga Cup 2013