Soccer Associations for Kids - Gepps Cross (5094)

the North & North East Suburbs, the Adelaide Region, South Australia (SA)

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Mawson Lakes Soccer Club
Mawson Lakes Soccer Club is a brand new, community-based, non-profit soccer club based in and representing the suburb of Mawson Lakes, Adelaide. We are the first soccer club to truly represent the growing community of Mawson Lakes and its residents. We are looking for junior players for the upcoming 2017 places filling fast, please contact us today!.
Community Club great for Mawson Lakes!!

24-06-2015

This is a great community club. Based at UniSA Oval 2 in the heart of the suburb, this club currently ...

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Cumberland United Womens Football Club
Cumberland United Women’s Football Club is one of eight PS4 Women’s National Premier League clubs affiliated with the FFSA and is a women's and girls only club. As a proud family oriented organisation we are dedication to providing girls and women of all ages the opportunity to develop and achieve their highest level of play in the sport of football, second to none. CUWFC has girls teams competing in the FFSA at U7, U9, U13, U15, U17 and Division League. We have multiple teams in each of the ...

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Stay Active Children's Sports Programs
Stay Active delivers a range of physical activity and sports programs to primary school aged children. All programs are designed to focus on four key areas; physical, mechanical, psychological and social, and assist children to meet the National Physical Activity Recommendations, laying the foundation for a healthy and active life. We work in an early intervention and prevention model by encouraging children to develop a passion for physical activity from a young age, enabling a smooth transition ...
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