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Junior Girls & Womens

For all 2017 programmes and contacts please be in touch with:

Girls Vice President, Danielle Petch on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for girls football aged 10-17, or

Women's State League Manager, Jacky Grayson on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for all womens information.


Information on this page will be changed regularly during the lead in to the season commencing in April and as training timetables are established. Please check this page regularly.


The first activity of the year for the club is the Open Day in February. It is followed by a series of free sessions through February to welcome you to our club and introduce you to the coaches and appropriate level for you. Sessions are for 10-17 year olds and are operated by the clubs senior role models and coaches.

 

WHAT DOES REGISTERING WITH THE LARGEST FOOTBALL CLUB IN WA ACTUALLY MEAN?

 

The massive amount of players wanting to join Melville over the past five years has meant the club has run out of its usual space. Melville are currently working towards developing a new facility.  Thanks for joining our club and creating a mass of smiles and colour and chatter!

 

In response to this and because it is Public Open Space, the club now works with cricket, footy, athletics, tee ball and rugby, to multi-use Len Shearer (our home ground), Marmion Reserve, Myaree, Troy Sports Park, Attadale, Tompkins Park Melville, Winthrop Park, Bill Ellison Reserve Bateman and Bert Jeffries Park, Murdoch. That's working on community engagement!

 

What this also means is that there are more things to manage behind the scenes than you can imagine, to allow you to do what you love the most - PLAY FOOTBALL!

 

Importantly, with so much to do,

how do we ensure the young players are mentored along the way,

how do we encourage your leadership skills and

how do we keep us all feeling part of the same football family?

 

Here's How We Do It

Conduct a series of Girls specific open preseason sessions, incorporating the Club Open Day, Perth Glory and State League Women, plus a Buddy Up Day for girls teams to meet our Women's State League players, to encourage player pathways. These are designed specifically for girls to play and have fun, meet new team mates, meet your coaches and find there might level for you to play, learn about stretching, strength, injury management, hydration and nutrition from our senior women players and coaches engage a sports trainer/physio for the womens State League, that is accessible to all girls and women's teams provide teams in all age groups from Rooball Age through to Academy's and State League teams (parents are the backbone of our club and the club supports further development with paid Coaches at our top end) provide a base for Perth Glory holiday and other programmes throughout the year run linesman and question and answer nights with Association referees (it is the duty of our club to provide a lines person for each match and a back up trained referee who is on call. There are not enough Association referees for every club match in Perth). We work with Football west to provide free accreditation for full paying female members and there are scholarships available. You can nominate to referee only junior or female games, once accredited and earn yourself some great pocket money.


Melville supports players, team managers and coaches with training and match day gear, management resources such as manuals, jackets and polo tops, regular communications with club coordinators to have your opinions heard, off site and in house upskilling and accreditation, working with children qualifications (WCC is not required if you are a parent coaching your daughter) players receive a playing kit of shirt, shorts and socks. You get to keep your shorts and socks, shorts are supplied every second year to returning players and to all new registering players. Polo tops are supplied every second year to returning senior players and to all new registering senior players. Our girls and womens teams endorse the Breast Cancer message and are clearly identified in pink. Playing jerseys are replaced every 3 years and the club may change sponsors at this time.


We want to do this because we know YOU want value for money, to ENJOY yourself and for all this work to get you there, we want YOU to stay on the park as long as possible, to feel a commitment to our club, and we certainly want you to be able to support your team in the best way possible.

 

Vacancies

The season proper kicks off in April (May for Rooballers). Team Coaches and Managers are a very much appreciated and welcomed resource.


Please contact club coaches or managers before registering your family and to ask if they need help. All contacts are in the boxes below.

 

The club has Rooball (pre 10 age), 11s, 13s, 15s and 17s girls teams in 2016 (plus Metro/Social and State League women's). 

 

To stay on top of activities for girls and women at Melville City FC, please monitor this page regularly and check your emails. Once registered, your contact information is sent to the relevant coach who will contact your family. To speed things up, you can contact your coach directly from the boxes below and:

 

  • Regularly peruse the home page on www.melvillecityfc.com.au and more specifically http://www.melvillecityfc.com.au/teams/junior-girls-and-womens
  • Add your name to the Club Newsletter CLICK HERE

 

Welcome to the club and enjoy your football! We would love your feedback about our club.



The club supports a pathway from Rooball through junior, Metropolitan and State League Premier and Reserve Squads. At Rooball age (5-9 years) Melville promotes Perth Glory and Football West skill programmes and an in house Rooball competition at Len Shearer Reserve Booragoon. The Division One women's team was promoted for the first time into Premier Women's State League competition for 2013 after winning the Football West State League Division One in 2012.

 

Participation and mateship, genuine endeavour and role modelling through senior players, will bring out the best qualities in you. By providing a host of opportunities and pathways for girls and women in football, Melville hopes to enhance your football experience and the values that team sport offers for a healthy life experience. We hope that this will encourage club loyalty and provide a great environment for your whole family to be a part of.

 

All of the girls and women's teams wear pink in support of the Team Pink and National Breast Cancer Foundation, proudly endorsed by the Sink Warehouse.

  

2017 Programmes and Contacts


Information on this page will be changed regularly leading into the season as coaching appointments are filled and training timetables are explored. Please check this page regularly.

 

 

Rooball

MCFC Rooball page:

Click here to view

Programme description:

Small sided games for 4-9 year olds.

Venue and day:

All games are played at one venue on Saturday mornings. Len Shearer Reserve, Booragoon 

Orientation Day:

 May 2016

First Game:

 May 2016

Holiday Break:

July School Holidays 2016

Last Game:

 September 2016

Presentation Day:

 September 2016

Subsidy available:

KidSport is available to subsidise your children's fees. issued on a needs and first come basis. Allocations may be exhausted by the end of March. To see if you qualify go to http://www.melvillecity.com.au/community/community-recreation/kidsport

MCFC Rooball Manual :

http://www.melvillecityfc.com.au/images/PDF/rooball%205-9s%20small%20sided%20game.pdf

Further information:

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Junior Girls Competitions

 

Programme Description:

Melville provides girls teams across most divisions in the Football West girls competitions

Ages:

Under 11- Under 17

Team Selections and Open Days:

All new players are welcome to the club. Players are not ‘graded’. Every player has the opportunity to be a part of the club. Team entries are finalised by the first week in March so it is important to register your interest early. The Club holds a series of Open Days through February for players aged 10-17. These are free and will help you find your level as well as introducing you to our senior players and coaches.

Training Venue:

Please check with team coaches below.

Home Matches:

Sunday mornings at Len Shearer Reserve Booragoon or Winthrop Park, Winthrop. Away game locations vary.

Club contact:

Stephen Farrell This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Girls Teams Contacts and Suggested Training (Confirm with Coach or VP)

 

11s Girls A and B:

Coaches are Barry and Neil

Start Training: March
Eligible birth dates: Born between January 1, 2002 to December 31,2005

13s Girls Division 1

Coach: Neal Bridger 0438389141

Manager:
Training Days:Tuesdays 
Start training:March 
Eligible birth dates: Born between January 1, 2001- December 31, 2003

13s Girls Division 2

CoachElena Benolli 

Manager:

Training Days:Mondays 

Training Venue:Winthrop 

Start training:March 

Eligible birth dates: Born between January 1, 2001- December 31, 2003

13s Group Coordinator: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

15s Girls Division 2

Coach:Stephen Farrell 

Manager:

Training Days

Start Training: March

Training Venue:Winthrop 

Eligible birth dates: Born between January 1, 1999 and December 31, 2001

15s Group Coordinator:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

17s

Coach: Steve Newman

Manager

Training Days :Wednesdays 

Start training:March 
Eligible birth dates: Born between January 1, 1997 and December 31, 1999

 

Metropolitan Women’s Competition

 

Programme Description

Social (Metropolitan) Womens Division 1 And 5

Social programme of football participation for females over the age of 14

Coach: Gary Crerie 0405811077 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Manager: Katrina McGrath

Mobile:0498584423

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Training:

Venue: Preseason Alan Edwards Park Kardinya (to February 28)

Training Days and times: Tuesdays 7pm

Start training: in progress

Match times and venues:

Varies. Late Sunday mornings and early Sunday afternoons at various venues on home and away basis. Refer Football West for season fixtures and venues – click here.

Home venue:

Winthrop Park, Winthrop and Len Shearer, Booragoon

Competition dates:

April through September

Level of competition:

Division One and Five

Metropolitan teams Coordinator:

Katrina McGrath 0498 584 423


State League Women

Programme Description:

First team and reserve squad compete consecutively on a Sunday through the season in Perth’s most elite women’s football competition

PLAYER REQUIREMENTS

Phone Manager or Coach

Manager: Janine Waltman 0403461454

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Coach: Gabrielle Walker-Ortega

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Preseason competitions:

State League Night Series

Night Series game times and days:

February and March Friday and Sunday evenings various venues

Premier State League Grand Final at Coker Park, Queens Park

Night Series information:

Click here

http://www.foxsportspulse.com/comp_info.cgi?c=1-8273-0-333456-0&a=FIXTURE

 

Training and venues:

Preseason: Len Shearer Marcus Ave Booragoon (to February 28)

Season proper: April onwards:

Tuesday and Thursdays 7-8:30pm

Please check with Manager  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Match Venues for season proper

Sunday afternoons 1pm and 3pm on Home Grounds (Len Shearer Reserve, Booragoon and Winthrop Park, Winthrop) Click here for fixtures


Team Contacts:

Premier State League Coach

Gabby Walker-Ortega and Carlos Correia

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Squad Manager and Women's State League Co-ordinator: Janine Waltman This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 0403 461 454

Vice President of Women’s Football at Melville City FC:

Penny TannerHoath 

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0408921832

State League Player Guide


Participation based programmes held throughout the year

Perth Glory Clinics

Programme description:

Fun skill clinics

Dates:

Run through school holiday periods for children 6-13 years

Coaching structure:

Perth Glory male and female players

Further information:

Refer home page or subscribe to the Melville City Newsletter.  Also check http://footballwest.com.au home page as Perth Glory Women activities are administered by our State Association.

 

Football West Development Programmes 
Football West is Western Australia’s state football administrator.
Melville recommend Football West’s development programmes for more competitive young players
 

 

Club Locator Maps

Click here to see our playing and training venues

 

Registration Information

Registration:

All players in Australia are required to register online. Click here for Melville City FC’s help page for registering on line specific to Melville City FC and includes registration fee schedules 

For help on how to manage your online registration refer to the Club Registrar:

David Long, Phone 0419939245   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Self-registration:

Click here to directly link to MyFootballClub to register yourself with FFA and  also provide you with helpful information 

 

Useful Web Page Links

 

  • Football West are the State organiser of all Girls and Women's competitions in Perth: www.footballwest.com.au. Refer here for football news, events and useful links around Western Australia.
  • www.womensoccer.com.au and the Facebook page for news, local competitions and events for girls and women's football around Perth and Australia
  • Social Media: Facebook Melville City FC, Facebook Football West, Facebook womensoccer.com.au plus twitter for current events and news feeds

 


  • Conduct a series of Girls specific open preseason sessions, incorporating the Club Open Day, Perth Glory and State League Women, plus a Buddy Up Day for girls teams to meet our Women's State League players, to encourage player pathways. These are designed specifically for girls to play and have fun, meet new team mates, meet your coaches and find there might level for you to play, learn about stretching, strength, injury management, hydration and nutrition from our senior women players and coaches
  • engage a sports trainer/physio for the womens State League, that is accessible to all girls and women's teams
  • provide teams in all age groups from Rooball Age through to Academy's and State League teams (parents are the backbone of our club and the club supports further development with paid Coaches at our top end)
  • provide a base for Perth Glory holiday and other programmes throughout the year 
  • run linesman and question and answer nights with Association referees (it is the duty of our club to provide a lines person for each match and a back up trained referee who is on call. There are not enough Association referees for every club match in Perth). We work with Football west to provide free accreditation for full paying female members and there are scholarships available. You can nominate to referee only junior or female games, once accredited and earn yourself some great pocket money.
  • Melville supports players, team managers and coaches with training and match day gear, management resources such as manuals, jackets and polo tops, regular communications with club coordinators to have your opinions heard, off site and in house upskilling and accreditation, working with children qualifications (WCC is not required if you are a parent coaching your daughter)
  • players receive a playing kit of shirt, shorts and socks. You get to keep your shorts, which are supplied every second year to returning players and to all new registering players. Polo tops are supplied every second year to returning players and to all new registering players. Our girls and womens teams endorse the Breast Cancer message and are clearly identified in pink. Playing jerseys are replaced every 3 years and the club may change sponsors at this time.

**For all 2017 programmes and contacts please be in touch with:

Girls Vice President, Danielle Petch on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for girls football aged 10-17, or

Women's State League Manager, Jacky Grayson on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for all womens information.

 

Information on this page will be changed regularly during the lead in to the season commencing in April and as training timetables are established. Please check this page regularly.

 

The first activity of the year for the club is the Open Day in February. It is followed by a series of free sessions through February to welcome you to our club and introduce you to the coaches and appropriate level for you. Sessions are for 10-17 year olds and are operated by the clubs senior role models and coaches.

 

WHAT DOES REGISTERING WITH THE LARGEST FOOTBALL CLUB IN WA ACTUALLY MEAN?

 

The massive amount of players wanting to join Melville over the past five years has meant the club has run out of its usual space. Melville are currently working towards developing a new facility.  Thanks for joining our club and creating a mass of smiles and colour and chatter!

 

In response to this and because it is Public Open Space, the club now works with cricket, footy, athletics, tee ball and rugby, to multi-use Len Shearer (our home ground), Marmion Reserve, Myaree, Troy Sports Park, Attadale, Tompkins Park Melville, Winthrop Park, Bill Ellison Reserve Bateman and Bert Jeffries Park, Murdoch. That's working on community engagement!

 

What this also means is that there are more things to manage behind the scenes than you can imagine, to allow you to do what you love the most- PLAY FOOTBALL!

 

Importantly, with so much to do,

how do we ensure the young players are mentored along the way,

how do we encourage your leadership skills and

how do we keep us all feeling part of the same football family?

 

HERE'S HOW WE DO IT

Conduct a series of Girls specific open preseason sessions, incorporating the Club Open Day, Perth Glory and State League Women, plus a Buddy Up Day for girls teams to meet our Women's State League players, to encourage player pathways. These are designed specifically for girls to play and have fun, meet new team mates, meet your coaches and find there might level for you to play, learn about stretching, strength, injury management, hydration and nutrition from our senior women players and coaches

engage a sports trainer/physio for the womens State League, that is accessible to all girls and women's teams

provide teams in all age groups from Rooball Age through to Academy's and State League teams (parents are the backbone of our club and the club supports further development with paid Coaches at our top end)

provide a base for Perth Glory holiday and other programmes throughout the year

run linesman and question and answer nights with Association referees (it is the duty of our club to provide a lines person for each match and a back up trained referee who is on call. There are not enough Association referees for every club match in Perth). We work with Football west to provide free accreditation for full paying female members and there are scholarships available. You can nominate to referee only junior or female games, once accredited and earn yourself some great pocket money.

Melville supports players, team managers and coaches with training and match day gear, management resources such as manuals, jackets and polo tops, regular communications with club coordinators to have your opinions heard, off site and in house upskilling and accreditation, working with children qualifications (WCC is not required if you are a parent coaching your daughter)

players receive a playing kit of shirt, shorts and socks. You get to keep your shorts and socks, shorts are supplied every second year to returning players and to all new registering players. Polo tops are supplied every second year to returning senior players and to all new registering senior players. Our girls and womens teams endorse the Breast Cancer message and are clearly identified in pink. Playing jerseys are replaced every 3 years and the club may change sponsors at this time.

We want to do this because we know YOU want value for money, to ENJOY yourself and for all this work to get you there, we want YOU to stay on the park as long as possible, to feel a commitment to our club, and we certainly want you to be able to support your team in the best way possible.

 

VACANCIES

The season proper kicks off in April (May for Rooballers). Team Coaches and Managers are a very much appreciated and welcomed resource.

Please contact club coaches or managers before registering your family and to ask if they need help. All contacts are in the boxes below.

 

The club has Rooball (pre 10 age), 11s, 13s, 15s and 17s girls teams in 2016 (plus Metro/Social and State League women's).

 

To stay on top of activities for girls and women at Melville City FC, please monitor this page regularly and check your emails. Once registered, your contact information is sent to the relevant coach who will contact your family. To speed things up, you can contact your coach directly from the boxes below and:

 

 

-Regularly peruse the home page on www.melvillecityfc.com.au

and more specifically http://www.melvillecityfc.com.au/teams/junior-girls-and-womens

- Add your name to the Club Newsletter CLICK HERE

 

 

Welcome to the club and enjoy your football! We would love your feedback about our club