Registration Closed

Please note, general registrations for the 2022 season are now closed!

We are still accepting registrations for:

  • Under6 (U6)
  • Under7 (U7)
  • All Age Men (AAM)

Register for these age groups now

Please contact the club at if you have any questions regarding rego.

Please note: Outstanding Rego Fee’s must be paid before Season start, or receiving your Player pack – Please talk to your coach, manager or a Committee member about any outstanding rego payments.

Grading Day

Come along to meet the other players in your age group, play some soccer with them, and get your team assignment.

We’ll also be looking for Parent Coaches and Managers for each team.. no need to be afraid, every new coach gets the best Coaching support from our very experienced coaching team!

Register Now, so we can confirm training nights and team slots. Unregistered players will go on the waiting list.

2022 Registration is open!!

Happy new year – Register for 2020 Now!

Start your year by registering for Toongabbie Demons Soccer club!

Three easy steps once registrations are open for 2022:

1. Get your Active Kids voucher for school kids. See below to find out if you are eligible.
2. Have a recent passport sized photo of the player ready to upload.
3. Click Register Now to sign up for Toongabbie Demons through Play Football.

For more info:

Summer holiday program

Are you interested in developing your soccer skills with an Expert Coach?

Join Coach Louis at Girraween Pk for the Football Life Holiday Program on Jan 24th.

For only $35 – join your club mates and other 5-13 year old players from Toongabbie for a 1/2 Day program, developing your soccer skills, motor skills, teamwork & confidence.

Better yet – all profits go back to the club!

Get in and reserve your spot by Jan 16th!

2022 Season details

Timeline for 2022 soccer season.

Jan: Registration for 2022 soccer season opens 
Feb: Grading, Team selection, Coach and Manger appointments 
Mar: Trials are scheduled for March. 
Mar: Team lists are released.
Mar: Preseason training usually starts in March (depending on coach & teams)
Apr: The game season is expected to start April '22, with ~18 match days.
Aug: The season grand finals are expected from August - September '22.

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AGM – Minutes

Toongabbie & Districts Junior Soccer Club - Est 1953 "The Demons"

Hi Demons, here are the minutes from the AGM meeting held @4pm on Sun 28th Nov 2022 at Toongabbie Sports Club.

The Club Directors for 2022 are:

  • Steve Dollin – President
  • Brian Herc – Vice President
  • Rocky Mascarenhas – Secretary
  • Jonathon Frendo – Secretary, Registrar
  • Nelson D’Souza – Director
  • Paul Curmi – Director
  • Colleen Quince – Treasurer
  • Dermot McCoy – Assistant Registrar
  • Thiru Arumugam – Director

General Committee positions are as follows:

  • SSF co-ordinator – Rocky M
  • Chief Sponsorship Coordinator – Steve D
  • Sponsorship Coordinator – Thiru A
  • Chief Groundsman – Paul C
  • Groundsman – Brian H, Nelson D
  • Chief Canteen Co-ordinator – Dermot M
  • Chief Media & IT Co-ordinator – Dermot M
  • Media & IT Co-ordinator – Thiru A

AGM: Presidents Report 26.11.2021

Toongabbie & Districts Junior Soccer Club - Est 1953 "The Demons"

To all Members, Players, Coaches and fellow Committee members.

The 2021 soccer season was a very challenging year on many fronts and unfortunately due to Covid 19 we were unable to finish the season.

I would like to personally thank our 2021 Committee who all did an amazing job not only keeping our club going but actually showing growth for the season. We were up on both senior and junior team numbers with a jump from 1 to 3 senior teams and from 22 to 25 junior teams from 2020.

Continue reading “AGM: Presidents Report 26.11.2021”

Training plans

We’ve been thinking about how to support our Coaches and Managers – and are trying a new approach to our existing training manuals. Have a look at this example of an online training plan.

Week 1

Warm Up, Ball Skills, Simple games
Active Time45 mins
Keyword: week 1


  • 1 Training Ball per child
  • Warm-up & Skills: 15m x 15m Square using markers
  • Game #1: 7m x 7m Square using markers, with 5m x 5m Square inside
  • Game #2: 20m x 20m square and put a ball on 2 of the markers on opposite sides to each other.


Warm Up:

  • Set up a square about 15m x 15m using markers.
  • Without a ball, have children running around in it, changing direction.
  • Run around bringing knees up to chest.
  • Run around bringing feet up behind.
  • Side steps within the square.
  • Dribble with the ball, changing direction and keep head up.
  • Give children a chance to do some tricks with the ball whilst dribbling.
  • Encourage them to use their imagination.

Ball Mastery Skills:

  • Use the 15m x 15m square set up above for the following three activities.

Drop, kick, catch

  • Aim to have the kids master this skill by doing one drop, kick, catch at a time. Then aim for two, then three etc.
  • When they can do it 5 times in a row, do the same process, but use the knee rather than their foot.

Toe Taps

  • Start kids doing toe taps in one spot. Coach then walks around and team follows.
  • This teaches the kids to not look at the ball, but rather to keep their head up and control the ball.


  • Start kids dribbling with a ball in any direction. Then the coach yells out a body part (head, knee, foot, chest) and the kids need to stop the ball with that part of the body.


  • Set up two lines of markers 5m apart. Put kids into pairs.
  • Put 1 child on each marker and give each pair a ball.
  • They pass the ball to each other. Encourage them to use inside of foot, not toe.
  • One of the partners then stands with their lags apart, and the other partner aims to pass the ball through their legs.
  • Set markers 10m apart and repeat.


    Game 1:

    • Set up a 7m x 7m square, then an internal square of 5m x 5m using different coloured markers. Put a ball at each internal marker and in the centre of the smaller square.
    • Split the group into 4, and put each group on a corner of the outer square.
    • The first child of each group moves to the inner square to start the game.
    • They all run around the square, without the ball.
    • When they get back to their corner they try to kick the ball out of the middle of the square, using the ball at their marker.
    • After each child has had a turn, try running in the opposite direction.

    Game 2:

    • 1v1 (1 attacker and 1 defender). Down the track it can be used as a 2v1.
    • Set up a 20m x 20m square and put a ball on 2 of the markers on opposite sides to each other.
    • Split kids into 2 groups and put them on opposite sides of the square.
    • The coach rolls a ball into the middle, and the first child on each side runs in to try and win the ball.
    • That child then attempts a ball mastery skill to try and hit the ball off the marker with the ball that they have just won.
    • Continue till all kids have had a couple of turns.

    2021 Season cancelled

    It is with great regret that the Club Committee must announce that the 2021 winter soccer season has been cancelled.

    This decision has been made by GDSFA, our parent association, in line with the guidance from Football NSW and NSW Health, and in consultation with local councils throughout the association area.

    Understandably, this is disappointing, but is necessary at this time. The Committee and our Association will continue to work towards an orderly wrap-up of the season.

    As we endeavour to finish the season, we are committed to ensuring every player receives their player medals for this season, and will reach out to players and coaches as soon as we have a safe way to do so.

    Stay Safe.
    Yours in sport,
    Toongabbie Demons Junior Soccer club