Our Feeder Clubs

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Belnorth Football Club provides fun and challenging football training and competition for well over 1000 children and adults each season. Most of these participants hail from suburbs in the North Belconnen region of the A.C.T. such as Kaleen, Giralang, McKellar, Flynn and Melba.

“Belnorth’s vision is to be the football club of choice for all levels of junior as well as social senior players in the Canberra region.”

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Belsouth Soccer Club caters for boys and girls from age 4 up to those turning 18. We officially draw from those living or attending school in Aranda, Bruce, Cook, Hawker, Macquarie, Page and Weetangera. Some of our players live or attend school in other nearby suburbs of Page and Scullin and others come from the wider Canberra area.

Our youngest players – the Peewees (under 5 and 6) have a mix of skill base activities and mini games every Saturday morning. Players in under 7 mixed and girls up to under 9 play in an “in house” competition. Players in the mixed under 8 and under 9 competitions, play inter club games. Players turning 10 and over play in the Capital Football Junior League.

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Belwest Foxes Soccer Club provide a family and community environment for all who wish to participate. The emphasis is on engagement and fun. Based at Latham playing fields with a catchment area including Kippax, Latham, Holt, Scullin, Higgins, Macgregor, Charnwood, Florey, Page and Dunlop.

Belwest Foxes provide for peewees aged 4 right through to our junior competitive teams (up to U18) along with our seniors teams for men, women and masters. Early age teams are generally based around school location, suburb and friendship groups. Belwest encourages the MiniRoos format and development for the 4 – 11 age groups. Belwest welcomes all players from all skill levels.


Regional Affiliate Clubs

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The Yass Football Club is a grassroots club founded in 2006 that encourages players and parents of all abilities, backgrounds and knowledge of the game of football to be involved. In 2016 the Club had 2 senior male teams, 2 senior female teams, 10 junior teams (u8’s – u18’s) and 6 mini roos teams in the Capital Football winter competition. In summer there is a more informal Friday evening comp with over 300 players in 40 teams involved. The Club encourages and trains its own Referees and Coaches. All roles in the Club are voluntary, the love of community and football shines through everything that is done.

 

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