Walking football is back!
Walking Football is back at the Highland Football Academy, Dingwall. Walking Football, which targets men over 50 who still want to play football at a pace that will suit their fitness and mobility levels, will be held every Monday from 6-7pm at the indoor 3G at the HFA.
New players are always welcome so get yourself along to sample this great version of the beautiful game, but at a slower tempo…
The 12-hour Coaching in the Game certificate course was held at the Highland Football Academy, Dingwall where the twenty-plus participants had the opportunity to gain knowledge and the understanding required to help players appreciate concepts such as width, depth and support within the small-sided game. The course was practical and prospective coaches were required to demonstrate the ability to coach basic strategies to players.
The standard of delivery on the course was excellent and we took the opportunity to wish everyone all the very best in their coaching back at their respective clubs.
Match Day Experience
This weekend coming the Community and Youth department are delighted to welcome Premier Coaching Club based in Thurso and MacDiarmid Primary School Football team from Skye, who are both taking part in our Match Day Experience Programme. Premier Coaching Club are going to play our P4/5 & P6/7 squads in a seven-a-side game. While MacDiarmid Primary Football team are going to take part in an hour’s coaching at the Highland Football Academy, Dingwall with two of our coaches.
Both groups will then get a ‘football lunch’ before going to watch Ross County take on St Johnstone in their top six Premiership clash at the Global Energy Stadium.
RCFC Ladies face Deveronvale
The Ross County FC Ladies next game will be away to Deveronvale on May 1, 2016. Their next home game will be against Granite City on the May 22, 2016. Kick off is 2pm at the pitch in Conon Bridge. If any supporters are able to come along they are very welcome!