Adamstown Rosebud Football Club

NPL trials for 2021 squads

Under 13s

An open trial will be held on Monday 9 November 2020 at Adamstown Oval #1. Arrive 5:30pm to register for a 6:00pm start. Players will be short-listed and invited back to a final trial to be held on Wednesday 11 November 2020.

Under 14s, 15s and 16s

These are invitation only trials. Players who have expressed interest will be contacted in late October/early November to be invited in to our Under 14, 15 or 16 select trials. Select Trials will commence on Monday 30 November 2020 and run for 2 weeks, with training proposed to be Monday and Wednesday of those 2 weeks. We will be in contact with applicants to advise specific trial dates and times. Due to the large volume of applications we will only be able to contact those players who have been invited to trial in these 3 age groups. If players have not yet submitted an expression of interest (below) for 14s, 15s or 16s you have until Wednesday 21st October to do so.

SAP trials (note changed dates due to ground availability)

Players who have been invited to trial and/or submitted an Expression of Interest are advised that the SAP trials will be held as follows:

  • Under 9s – Tuesday 10th November
  • Under 10s – Tuesday 10th November
  • Under 11s – TBA (postponed due to wet weather & storm)
  • Under 12s – TBA (postponed due to wet weather & storm).

All trials will be conducted at Adamstown Oval (Bryant Street). Arrive at 5.30pm to register for a 6.00pm start. Trials will conclude at 7.15pm.

Expression of Interest

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SAP (now Junior Development League) trials will continue for ARFC on Monday 30th November at Adamstown Oval (Bryant Street). We have a couple of vacancies in our Under 10 and Under 12 squads. If you missed our previous trials (for whatever reason) you are most welcome to come along on Monday evening. The trials will commence at 6.00pm, so please arrive at 5.45pm to register your child. If you also have a child who is keen to play Under 9 or Under 11 you are most welcome to contact our JDL Coordinator (Chad Lawrence) to further discuss your interest at judo@adamstownrosebudfc.org.au

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SAP (now Junior Development League) trials will continue for ARFC on Monday 30th November at Adamstown Oval (Bryant Street). We have a couple of vacancies in our Under 10 and Under 12 squads. If you missed our previous trials (for whatever reason) you are most welcome to come along on Monday evening. The trials will commence at 6.00pm, so please arrive at 5.45pm to register your child. If you also have a child who is keen to play Under 9 or Under 11 you are most welcome to contact our JDL Coordinator (Chad Lawrence) to further discuss your interest at judo@adamstownrosebudfc.org.au

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2 days ago

Adamstown Rosebud FC

Adamstown Rosebud FC would like to join the world-wide tributes and acknowledge the passing of football legend Diego Maradona (30 October 1960- 25 November 2020). Arguably one of the most influential and skillful players of all time, he inspired a whole generation of footballers like Messi and Ronaldinho, and even Rosebud players at the time of his dominance of world football. His vision, passing, ball control, and dribbling skills won him recognition as a great player, but his goal scoring in the 1986 FIFA world cup cemented him as one of the greats in the history of football (although VAR would have clearly disqualified one of those goals).
Whilst Maradona has passed on, we hope his spirit remains alive and continues to inspire football players globally, and in our club here at Adamstown.
RIP Diego Maradona.
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Adamstown Rosebud FC would like to join the world-wide tributes and acknowledge the passing of football legend Diego Maradona (30 October 1960- 25 November 2020). Arguably one of the most influential and skillful players of all time, he inspired a whole generation of footballers like Messi and Ronaldinho, and even Rosebud players at the time of his dominance of world football. His vision, passing, ball control, and dribbling skills won him recognition as a great player, but his goal scoring in the 1986 FIFA world cup cemented him as one of the greats in the history of football (although VAR would have clearly disqualified one of those goals).
Whilst Maradona has passed on, we hope his spirit remains alive and continues to inspire football players globally, and in our club here at Adamstown.
RIP Diego Maradona.
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3 days ago

Adamstown Rosebud FC

For this weeks #ThrowbackThursday , let's take it all the way back to the beginning of the Mighty Buds as we know them today! ⚽️

The Reverend John Penman sowed the seeds for the success of the club, after a suggestion to local player Peter Finlayson that a successful club could sprout and flourish at Adamstown- as most established players were local to that area.
After many more nudges in the right direction by Rev Penman, Finlayson called a meeting at Adamstown Park on the 12th July 1889, to announce the new clubs’ formation. The name itself was decided upon in a landslide vote, which was heavily influenced by a local brand of butter by the same name- Rosebud, but also the tenacious nature of the rose and its originality. 🌹
131 years on, Adamstown still carries the Rosebud name proudly, building up a strong youth and senior league, who will be smashing goals all next season.
Pictured is the team in 1896, just a few years after the club formed, as they celebrated their 3rd year in a row of winning the competition.🏆#upthebuds #adamstownrosebuds
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For this weeks #ThrowbackThursday , lets take it all the way back to the beginning of the Mighty Buds as we know them today! ⚽️

The Reverend John Penman sowed the seeds for the success of the club, after a suggestion to local player Peter Finlayson that a successful club could sprout and flourish at Adamstown- as most established players were local to that area.
After many more nudges in the right direction by Rev Penman, Finlayson called a meeting at Adamstown Park on the 12th July 1889, to announce the new clubs’ formation. The name itself was decided upon in a landslide vote, which was heavily influenced by a local brand of butter by the same name- Rosebud, but also the tenacious nature of the rose and its originality. 🌹
131 years on, Adamstown still carries the Rosebud name proudly, building up a strong youth and senior league, who will be smashing goals all next season. 
Pictured is the team in 1896, just a few years after the club formed, as they celebrated their 3rd year in a row of winning the competition.🏆#upthebuds #adamstownrosebuds
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