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    Everton Wolves has been a Junior AFL club since 1969 and have teams for all school age kisds from Under 6 through to Under 17 Girls and Under 16 Boys. The first thing you need to know is that we do not have a ‘win-at-all-costs’ attitude. The club has always had junior development and family values as its goals. Our aim is to provide a great football experience for each child so that they, and you, want to come back next year. We also want to make sure the children learn new skills in a safe ... Read more and supportive environment. It is for this reason we require all coaches to have an appropriate qualification and all coaches and managers to have a ‘blue card’. These rules are all part of our obligations in regard to the protection of the rights, interests and wellbeing of children. The committee has adopted and implemented the AFLQ Child Protection Policy. The Everton Wolves has been described as a ‘boutique club’ and we think that is about right: a small club with a big heart – ...

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    The Hornsby Berowra Eagles are winners of the AFL’s Sydney’s Champion Club award for each of the last two years, and winner of 4 of the last 5 Northwest Region Awards. Our simple aim is to provide the best experience of the week, every week, to all of our players, parents and volunteers. Footy on Sunday is what we hope you will look forward to the most. For us, this experience encompasses everything on and off the field. We are a genuine community and family environment where you will immediately ... Read more feel a part of the Club, from the moment you first encounter us. Guaranteed. AFL has a long history in Hornsby. Originally known as the Hornsby Hornets, the club incorporated in 1997 into the Hornsby and District Junior AFL Club. Now we have over two hundred players, ages 4 – 17, boys and girls, playing in Auskick, and every age group from under 9s to under 17s, as well as an affiliated masters team (The Bald Eagles) made up of our tragically passionate coaches and dads. As a Swans ...

    WJFC is a local community club that is well supported by its many volunteers, coaches, managers, parents and members and is well respected within the Claremont Junior District. We welcome all boys and girls to our Club and value involved participation from all our members and our local community. Our members and players come mostly from Wembley's surrounding suburbs of Leederville, Jolimont and Floreat. In 2016 the club moved to the new Wembley Sports Park complex just up the road from its former ... Read more home ground of Henderson Oval. The Wembley Junior Football Club is administered by an active hard working committee supported by parents, students, past players and friends. Our superb volunteer base together with the generous financial support of our sponsors has enabled our club to provide a great atmosphere for our kids to enjoy the game of footy. Welcome to the Wembley Magpies!

    The South Australian Women’s Football League (SAWFL) is an Adelaide-metropolitan based league that manages the most established female Australian Rules football competitions in South Australia. It currently offers four competitions in which females can participate - Open Women's Division 1 (Ages 16 +), Open Women's Division 2 (Ages 16 +), Under 18 Girls (Ages 15 to 17) and Under 15 Girls (Ages 12 to 14). The League has 11 member clubs that are located as far south of Adelaide as Morphettville, ... Read more and as far north as Angle Vale.

    Junior AFL Club catering for Auskick (5 - 8 year olds) and club AFL for U9 to U17. We play within the Western Sydney Region from April til September and have teams in every age group. In 2014 we won the U11 premiership, in 2015 we won the U12 and U14 premiership. We run AFL 9's in the off season from October til December. We are a family based club that encompases all skill levels and focuses on the fun and friendship area of team sport.

    The Dingley Football Netball Club is a community based not-for-profit sporting body which exists both to provide an avenue for amateur sportspersons to compete in Australian Rules Football or Netball and to offer a venue for members of the community to congregate and socialise in a safe and welcoming environment. As a collective, like our mascot the dingo, we are proud, fierce, loyal and protective of our own. We are a pack, working together to achieve common goals for the benefit of all.

    Overall rating: 1 (out of 5)  

    Dingley soccer club

    19-02-2014 by Disgusted with service

    It's a fact sports clubs need more members!!! So you would assume that the front of house would be well trained and informative to potential members. Receptionist needs to learn some manners. Rude & ignorant. Lethal combination, recipe for failure for your club

    Answer from Dingley Football Club on 20-05-2015:
    Hi - I'm afraid that you've posted your review against the wrong club! We are the Dingley Dingoes Australian Rules Football Club, not the Dingley Starts Soccer Club. While it's disappointing to hear that our neighbours have been less than helpful, we'd be happy to accommodate your children should they wish to partake in the sporting activities which we offer.
    • Tonbridge St, Ramsgate, NSW 2217

    In our 61th year in 2017 we are a junior Australian Rules Football Club club catering for children aged between 4-17 years. We welcome boys and girls of all ability, you don't need to have played previously, just come along for and see if you enjoy it, if you do then we can assist you to arrange your registration. We are a very supportive club and focus on a family friendly environment. This can be evidenced by recent awards NSW Centre for Volunteering, Team of the Year Award - South Sydney, ... Read more and one of our players being awarded Rockdale Council Sportsperson of the Year which rewards talent, sportsmanship and community.

    Our club is a Junior AFL Club offering junior sport to boys and girls to 17years. We are not for profit and are a multicultural family club. Our aim is to unite the community through junior sport in a friendly safe manner. Come and join our great club where we put the kids first and develope skills and a focus on fair play in Junior Sport. All coaches have Blue Cards to work with children and are qualified . We have AUSKICK programs for 5&6 year olds right up to 17year old youths..

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    Junior football Association playing AFL football. Ages U6 to U16's. Based in the North Eastern suburbs of Adelaide. Over 5,500 players and 260 teams.

    • Central Reserve, Springvale Road, Glen Waverley, VIC 3150

    Family friendly AFL club on the Northern beaches ... From 4 to 17 year olds ... Boys and girls .... Pittwater Tigers is a succesbsful, well established club and we pride ourselves on our friendly, family oriented environment. We welcome new players between the ages of 5-17. Our focus at the Tigers is FUN, SAFETY and FITNESS. General Information: Age Groups: Auskick for 5-8 year olds, Under 9s, Under 10s, Under 11s, Under 12s, Under 13s, Under 14s, Under 15s & Under 17s. Dedicated girls ... Read more teams! Age group is determined by calendar year. i.e. if a child turns 10 during 2016 then they will be in the Under 10s. Modified rules and limited contact for U12s and below. No grading in the junior grades - play in a team with your mates! Premiership winning teams in 2012 (U12s), 2013 (U12s, U14s) and 2015 (U13s). The Pittwater Tigers' home ground is North Narrabeen Reserve, Walsh Street, North Narrabeen. We also play some games at Narrabeen Sports High on the new state of the art synthetic ...

    Bibra Lake Bandicoots is a Junior Football Club for children both boys and girls from ages 5- 17 (Pre Primary - Year 12) to learn and develop skills in Australian Rules Football (AFL) Bibra Lake have qualified coaches and a great community support base. We were Club of the Year 2013.

    Ivanhoe JFC provides opportunities for boys and girls from our local community to play AFL football and also to belong to a strong, successful and supportive club. We field 18 teams in the Yarra Junior Football League, for both boys and girls. We have enjoyed plenty of success, most recently in 2015 winning three premierships in u12, u14 and Colts-Div-1. We celebrate our 50th year anniversary in 2016 and are redeveloping our clubrooms in Ivanhoe Park.

    • IKON Park Gate 3 Royal Parade, Carlton North, VIC 3054

    AFL Victoria is the state-level sport governing body for Australian rules football in the state of Victoria.

    We encourage the kids to be active. Football starts at Aus Kick right through to seniors at Port District Football Club. Very friendly club, families are all welcome.

    Masala Football Club is a multicultural club focussed on bringing new players into aussie rules that may have never even touched a ball before! We are located in Noble Park and specialise in introducing new players, both with a multicultural background and not, to the beautiful game of Australian Rules Football. We welcome people of all skill levels, experienced or not, to come down and have a kick with a friendly players and coaching staff. We currently have 2 seniors side in the Victorian Amateur ... Read more Football Association but will be looking to expand in the future.

    Overall rating: 3 (out of 5)  

    Friendly and welcoming!

    28-07-2015 by Rian

    MasalaFC seemed to be a very kind and welcoming club, I saw them at a council sports fun day and met a few of their players. Very different to other clubs!

    DraftStar, the AFL's High Performance Talent partner, is the only group endorsed by the AFL to run camps for boys and girls between 11 and 17, of all abilities. If you love footy and you're motivated to be the best player you can possibly be, you're invited to join us at a DraftStar Camp for a real AFL experience, around Australia every school holidays. Come and receive coaching in all skill areas from past and present AFL players, as well as professional testing from our team of high performance ... Read more coaches.

    • Wongaburra St, Jindalee, QLD 4074

    Supporting all players from Boy's and Girls in Junior to Men and Women in senior teams, growing skill and life skill in the game of Australian Football.

    Founded in 1887 The Hahndorf Football Club is an Australian Rules Adelaide Hills Football team, located 20 minutes from Adelaide. Associated with the Hills Football League Hahndorf is neighboured by the towships of Littlehampton, Echunga, Nairne, Mt Barker, Bridgewater and the Onkaparinga Valley. We welcome inquiries from new players and parents who are looking to join a vibrant community that is run by volunteers. Grades from Auskick, modified U8 through to U11s in addition to Colts and ... Read more Senior Grades are all catered for. Players and sought for the upcoming 2017 Season. If you interested in having your child play Australian Rules Football drop us an email or give us a call and become part of the Hahndorf Foootball Club Community.

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    Auskick and Junior Football based in Darlington WA. Junior footy consists of games with other local teams over the football season. Auskick is held at Darlington oval and is skills development for young children. Boys and girls welcome .

    Wynnum Vikings AFC is an Australian rules football club located in the ever growing Wynnum-Manly District to the east of Brisbane City. Off the field, Wynnum is a small but strong family and community orientated club that prides itself on being 'blue-collar'. On the field, the club is in the middle of its most successful period in history with senior premierships in 2003, 2008 and 2009 as well as second place finishes in 2006 and 2007. The U12 premiership in 2012 has set the momentum for a successful ... Read more 2013 across all levels. The club welcomes new players of all experience levels as well as community assistance and involvement in any form.

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