2012 - LOGANHOLME FC STRUCTURE



Why come to Loganholme:

2011 was another good year for the club where we once again achieved record sign-on numbers with an incredible 900 players taking to the fields for Loganholme.  We had a strong year on the pitch with both junior and senior teams performing well and our promotion ambitions were fulfilled with our Premier Division 2 men’s team winning the premiership and gaining promotion to Division 1.  We have one of the largest senior programs in Football Brisbane (10 teams), 20 divisional teams (including 4 girls teams) and with over 45 Small Sided Games (SSF) teams we are able to offer something for everyone.

We have received a number of recent accolades which is always pleasing; and to be recognised externally highlights we are getting things right.  We were awarded the ‘Presidents Award’ at the Football Brisbane Gala Awards night, which is awarded to either an individual or a club, which displays the highest levels of achievement.  In addition, we also scooped the pool at the recent Logan City Sports Awards, winning the Logan City Sports Organisation of the Year and Sports Event of the Year (Carnivals) as well as being a finalist in the Team of the Year (Premier Men) and Coach of the Year (Nick Croyden).

Loganholme has great facilities; including well maintained fields, excellent canteen and bar facilities and brand new change room facilities.  We have also had a complete upgrade of our main field and adjacent training and SSF fields, which include laser levelling, drainage, new irrigation and 18,000 square meters of new turf.

Season 2012 Structure:

Loganholme FC is pleased to announce our very exciting club structure for the 2012 season, which inmcludes a new partnership with Beenleigh FC on the senior side of the club.  Parents, players & coaches can all be part of something special as we continue to be a dominant force in the junior football landscape in Brisbane; as well as an emerging club within our senior program.

Seniors (Logan Lightning FC):

Premier Division 1 
Premier Division 1 Reserves
Metro (4 teams)
Womens (2 teams)
U19 division 1 (former Premier Youth)
U19 div 2 or 3 
U19 Womens

Juniors:

SSF (U6-11) - approx. 45 teams
U11 KD (div 1) + approx. 1 other teams
U12 division 1 + approx. 3 other divisions 
U13 BJL + approx. 3 other divisions 
U14 BJL + approx. 2/3 other divisions 
U15 BJL + approx. 1/2 other divisions 
U17 BJL + 1 other divisions 
Girls (U12, U13, U14, U15, U17)

2012 Coaches:

Director-of-Football: Nick Croyden (Asian B licence) 
Junior Director-of-Coaching: Steve Milicivic (Youth licence) 
Premier 1 coach: Nick Croyden & Grea Piddick (assistant)
Premier 1 reserves coach:  Barry Ross & Andrew Wallace
U19 Division1: Jeff Jasch (Asian B) & Ben Jenkins (Asian C)
U19 Division2: Ian Proctor (Senior)
Goal-keeper coach: Jason Kearton
U17 BJL: Grae Piddick (Asian C licence) & Ryan Fett
U15 BJL: Paul Anich (Asian C) & Nick Croyden
U14 BJL: Barry Ross (Asian B licence) & Anthong Rudkin
U13 BJL: Ben Saul (Asian C Licence)
U12 Div 1: Nick Croyden

We are also looking for a suitably qualified assistant coaches for our BJL sides as well as qualified coaches and assistant coaches for all other divisional sides and they should email [email protected] or phone 0410 401 403.

 

 

 

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