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Welcome to Dundee Sporting Club

If this is your first vist then welcome to the site, if not then welcome back! We hope you find it interesting and want to find out more about how to enrol your child in what we think is the best opportunity to make them flourish without fear and pressure. 

What a year we've had! We managed to achieve Development Quality Mark thanks to the hard work from all at the club. We are here as parents and lovers of the game and we want to make sure that we do what we can to grow the game.
 

Who Are Dundee Sporting Club?

Founded in 2014 with our home pitch at Caird Park, we have a club structure for boys and girls starting from 5 year old. We currently have 2 boys teams, 1 girls team and 3 teams at Fun Fours. In total we have about 100 kids representing Dundee Sporting Club.

Our 2006's, 2007's, 2008's and 2009's boys teams are currently competing in the 7 a-side DDYFA friendly league. Our Fun Fours section play every Saturday at the DISC in the SFA run event.

The club was awarded SFA Quality Mark Development status in January 2016 which was a huge achievement for everyone at the club as this was gained in a very short space of time. One of the criterion for this is that all our coaches are PVG checked, have a certain level of coaching knowledge through the SFA ran coaching courses and are First Aid trained.

The club will strive to offer the best coaching techniques, with a modern approach, using the latest equipment to guarantee the continued growth of grassroots football. The club’s goal is to offer football at the lowest cost possible for all members, whilst encouraging all boys and girls throughout Dundee to play organised football, enabling every child to develop and flourish as a player.

Club colours are black, white and blue.

Aims and Objectives

  • We Encourage participation in and enjoyment of association football.
  • Promote sportsmanship and fair play in young footballers, officials and parents irrespective of gender, race, religion or social status.
  • Develop the skills of all participating players and officials.
  • Develop lifestyle issues and the fitness of all participating players.
  • Provide a positive, safe environment to play football.
  • Provide as and when required, in conjunction with National Development Plan, Regional Development Plan and local leagues, educational courses covering:-
    • player protection
    • football development
    • drugs awareness
    • dietary requirements
    • first aid
    • any other relevant education for all participating players and officials.