Newcastle United Jets Football Club, commonly known as Newcastle Jets, is an Australian professional soccer club based in Newcastle, New South Wales. It competes in the country’s premier competition, the A-League, under licence from Football Federation Australia (FFA).
Newcastle Jets FC Youth Development System
Newcastle Jets and Sporting Schools
The program is open to schools throughout the Newcastle, Hunter Valley, and Northern NSW regions and caters for students from kindergarten to year 8.
One of the club’s Major Partners, the University of Newcastle, has joined forces with the Newcastle Jets Sporting Schools program for high school students and are on board to help us reach as many kids as we can throughout the Newcastle and Hunter Valley region!
We want to help kids get moving in a fun football environment, with our coaches on hand to help to develop hand-eye coordination and basic football skills.
With the Newcastle Jets program more affordable than ever, spots are filling up quickly so make sure you get in early and secure yours.
Newcastle Jets Skills Program
A specialised, 10 and/or 20 week program, aimed at developing the skills of young footballers in the Newcastle, Hunter Valley and Port Stephens region under the guidance of Newcastle Jets-trained coaches.
It’s open to all players, no matter their playing experience or skill level, and thanks to Skills Program Partner, Newcastle Coal Infrastructure Group (NCIG) it’s back in 2021.
Open to kids aged 6 – 13, the Newcastle Jets Skills Program will see your child spend an hour with Newcastle Jets trained coaches every week for 10 and/or 20 weeks, improving their football skills and confidence in a controlled and comfortable environment.
For any enquiries, contact our Community team at [email protected] and title your email ‘Skills Program Enquiry’.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does my child need to be experienced in football?
No. The program is developed for all levels of experience.
Can my child train in a different age group?
No. Participants can only register in the year of the age.
Can we pay in instalments?
No. All payments must be made in advance.
Can we train more than one night?
At the time of this writing, there is no official academy trial information for Newcastle Jets Football Club. Please come back at a later date while we monitor this club or click here to visit their official news section.
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In the 2008 A-League Grand Final, the Newcastle Jets prevailed over their opponents, the Central Coast Mariners, by a score of 1-0 to claim their first ever championship in the competition. First participating in the AFC Champions League in 2009, Newcastle advanced all the way to the round of 16 in that competition.
After the club’s owner, Nathan Tinkler, placed the organization into voluntary administration in May of 2015, the license of Newcastle Football Club was withdrawn by the FFA. For the 2015–16 season of the Australian Football League (A-League), a new team with the same name and colors was established.
McDonald Jones Stadium serves as the venue for all of the club’s home games. In addition to competing in the National Young League, an affiliated youth squad also takes part in the National Premier Leagues NSW competition. The W-League features the participation of at least one women’s team.
The No. 2 Sportsground and the Wanderers Oval are the venues that host the matches for the Youth team. Both the Newcastle International Sports Centre and No. 2 Sportsground are used for games involving the women’s team.