2024 Season coming soon!

Clairvaux welcomes male, female and junior players

2024 Season Update

12:00am, Saturday 2 December 2023

The pre-work and planning for 2024 begins now!!
All registrations for 2024 will be done through Sqaudi only. This will be activated in early January.
1. Expressions of interest for 2024. 
We ask that all returning and non returning players to signal their intentions to their coach by 8 December. 
2. Club training days to connect new and existing players to their teams for season 2024.
  • Sunday 10 December 9-10.30am
  • Sunday 21 January 9-10.30am (plus our Annual General Meeting)
  • Sunday 4 February 9-10.30am
Thank you to all the parents who have indicated their willingness to join our junior committee or take on roles to help us coordinate club operations.  We need a few more parent volunteers for 2024 and if you feel you can contribute or know someone that could please let us know
If you have any feedback or questions please feel free to reach out as always to Glen  glenclairvaux@gmail.com or Kate jkjennings02@bigpond.com 
Clairvaux FC Committee 

2024 AGM

7:29pm, Thursday 14 December 2023

The 2024 club Annual General Meeting will be held on Sunday 21 January 9.30am at the fields. Please contact the club if you are interested in registering for any position on the committe.

Any member of Clairvaux Soccer Club will have the opportunity to vote at the AGM or be nominted for a role. 

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Do Niggles Matter

Hayden | 12:00am, Tuesday 6 July 2021

Over the course of the season we will be posting a number of blogs by Sam Donaldson a footballer, father and Physiotherapist at the clubs great sponsor RHP Physiotherapy


Do niggles matter?

Yep. Unfortunately niggles do matter!

That tight calf, the pain in your knee that comes and goes, that annoying back pain that interrupts your day slightly. It might not affect your ability on the football pitch, but these niggles add up.

A recent Australian study included football clubs in NSW at various levels of competitiveness from NPL NSW and below. Players were asked to complete a questionnaire every week with a simple set of questions about whether or not they were in perfect physical condition.

Q1: Have you had any difficulty participating in normal training/ competition in the past week?
Q2: To what extent have you reduced your training volume due to the above?
Q3: To what extent has injury, illness or other affected your performance in the past week?
Q4: To what extent have you experienced symptoms/ health complaints during the past week?

Most of us would report something for at least one or two of those questions, even if the answer is “to a minor extent”

They also collected information about how much training each player was exposed to and when someone was actually unable to train or play due to injury or illness. These were called “Time-Loss” injuries, while reporting an injury but still training was called a “Non-Time-Loss” injury, otherwise known as a niggle.

The risk of a Time-Loss injury was 3.6 and 6.9 times higher when a “minor” niggle or a “moderate” niggle was reported in the week prior.

Amazingly, over 25% of players were reporting a niggle each week, not always the same person (but we all know that one person that’s always injured). This means that those players were far more likely to suffer an injury that keeps them out of the game in the next week!

So, what do you do about it?

Prevent. Here’s how.

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Come and join Clairvaux Football Club today!

Looking for an affordable, family friendly, multi-cultural community club that just loves football? Clairvaux FC is affiliated with Football Queensland, catering for the following:

  • Boys and Girls Under 6 to 11 Mini-Roos teams
  • Under 12 to 17 divisional teams
  • Under 18 to 20 youth teams
  • Senior Mens and Ladies Capital and City league teams
  • Over 35 Mens teams.

Talk to a committee member today or contact us to find out more about playing for Brisbane's best football club.

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