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ERSDA Open Meeting monday 22nd September, 2014
Thursday 18 September 2014 - 00:00:00 in General

ERSDA Open Meeting monday 22nd September, 2014
There will be an ERSDA open meeting to be held on Monday 22nd September, 2014 at St.Ninian's High School Lecture Theatre. 4's, 5's and 7's are asked to attend at 7:30pm. 1999's are asked to attend at 6:30pm.
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2005 fixtures are now available for this week.
Wednesday 17 September 2014 - 00:00:00 in General

2005 fixtures are now available for this week.
In the Fixtures and Venue Section.
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REVISED 2004 fixtures on until 4th October
Thursday 11 September 2014 - 00:00:00 in General

REVISED 2004 fixtures on until 4th October
See in the Fixtures and Venues Section of the website,revised fixtures for the next three weeks following requests from clubs.


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2005 and 2006 fixtures now available for this week
Monday 08 September 2014 - 00:00:00 in General

2005 and 2006 fixtures now available for this week
The 2005 fixtures are for this week.
The 2006 go up to the 11th October, with some minor changes from previously published for 13/9 and 20/9.
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2006 fixtures are on until the end of September
Sunday 24 August 2014 - 00:00:00 in General

2006 fixtures are on until the end of September
In the Fixtures and Venues Section of the website.
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2003 fixtures are on up to the end of the season
Sunday 17 August 2014 - 00:00:00 in General

2003 fixtures are on up to the end of the season
In the Fixtures and Venues Section of the website
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Coach Education Courses updated
Wednesday 19 February 2014 - 00:00:00 in General

Coach Education Courses updated
For details see the Coach Education Section of the website.
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Permission to play friendlies
Friday 06 December 2013 - 00:00:00 in General

Permission to play friendlies
 
 
Hi
 
At a recent Legislation Working Group meeting a request for clarification on the playing of friendly matches was received. After a full debate the recommendation was made to the board and approved.
 
The guidance is in the documents section of the website, under ERSDA and available as word or pdf.
 
Would all member leagues please note the contents when considering an application to play a friendly match.
 
I hope this helps
 
Regards
 
David White
ERSDA President
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The SFA Pathway
Thursday 23 February 2012 - 11:15:34 in General

The SFA Pathway
The SFA Pathway has been with us for over a year. Having met with Hampden representatives Ersda have now been asked to fall into line with the National strategy and apply the small sided rules and ethos to ensure uniformity throughout Scotland.
To check out these rules to your specific age group please check the SFA website www.scottishfa.co.uk or the SYFA site www.scottishyouthfa.co.uk.

We hope to upload a copy of the Pathway rules to the website later this week. We also aim to email all of our coaches now on the data base with their age specific rules so you don’t have to trawl through the 20 page document.

There are very few changes. We are currently looking into the game time issue and may tweak this as we have to take into consideration our facilities, number of teams and allocated time slots.

The only major change is the Retreating line. Only one age group apply this rule now (2003s). All other 7s age groups (2002s 2001s 2000s) play as normal but the Goalkeeper should not kick the ball out from hand. We would still encourage the goalkeepers to pass the ball or throw it.

The 2004 age group start the season playing 4s but will move to 5 aside (4 outfield and 1 goalkeeper) come August. 
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Advice for all clubs
Friday 10 February 2012 - 01:05:54 in General

Advice for all clubs

The SYFA have advised ERSDA that they cannot process any PVG applications for their members/volunteers that already have Enhanced Disclosure or have been SYFA members/volunteers for more than one year. If your club has new members/volunteers who have joined within the last calendar year then you will need to contact the SYFA directly to organise your PVG applications. It is the responsibility of all SYFA members/volunteers to ensure that they have the correct disclosure in order to operate as a club or organisation. This can only be achieved through the clubs Child Protection Officer and the SYFA.

Note: If your club has any members that are already in the PVG system then that member can apply to playitsafe©scottish-football.com to become an official signatory for your club, this will then allow them to process PVG applications for new members only.

ERSDA as an organisation are waiting for Disclosure Scotland to allow the SYFA to process all applications, this will then enable ERSDA to help all clubs through the PVG process.
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