Girls and Womens' Football FAQ

Abbotsford Juniors Girls and Womens' FootballAbbotsford Juniors Football Club offers competition football for girls and women of all ages including access to mixed and girls-only teams at Junior and Youth levels.  The Club's football skills development program is available to girls aged 10 to 14 years.

At the Junior Football level :

• Girls aged 5 to 7 years can participate in Under 6 and Under 7 mixed teams playing small sided, non-competitive football focussing on fun and enjoyment while learning how to play our game.  

• Girls aged 8 to 11 years are able to join our junior teams playing mixed or girls-only, non-competitive football in Under 8, Under 9, Under 10 and Under 11 age groups.  Teams and pitch sizes are adjusted according to age.

For more information on Under 6/7 and Small Sided Football for AJFC Junior teams please see our Juniors Small Sided Football FAQ.

At the Youth level :

• Girls aged 11 to 18 years can play youth football as part of the Canterbury and District Soccer Football Association (CDSFA) competition.  Girls Youth football competitions are offered in combined two year age groups for Under 12, Under 14, Under 16 and Under 18.

At a Senior level :

• Women keen to play competitive football can join AJFC teams in Women’s Intermediate League (ages 18 to 21 years), All Age and Over 30 age groups

General information :

• AJFC girls and womens teams are graded into divisions each year based upon past season results and player ability by the Association

• All girls and womens' competition matches are played on a Sunday (home and away).

• The season generally commences at the start of April and finishes start of August
* Please note due to the impact of COVID-19 shutdowns, the 2020 season will start in July and finish in October.

• Training Sessions are conducted at Campbell Park and Lysaght Park most usually on weekday evenings as scheduled by the team manager and coaches
(As all our team managers and coaches are volunteers, the exact times and days for training are reliant on their availability. Team managers and coaches planning to coach an AJFC girls team must get a valid Working With Children Certificate)

• Fees for AJFC football registration can be found here.

For girls football, you are entitled to use your NSW Government Active Kids Voucher for registration. See the links below for more information:
NSW GOVT Sport Active Kids Rebate $100
Apply for a NSW Government Active Kids Voucher

• The player registration fee includes a game day football kit including a jersey, socks and shorts for players registering for the first time at the Club

• The registration fee also includes some fees payable to Canterbury District Soccer Football Association (CDSFA), Football NSW and the Football Federation of Australia (FFA).
Abbotsford Juniors Football Club Sponsors and Partners

Canterbury and District Soccer Football Club Competition Fixtures, Results and Tables
Abbotsford Juniors Football Club - Coach and Manager Quick Links

CDSFA Official Wet Weather Field status information

Campbell Park and Lysaght Park Field Maps

City of Canada Bay Council Wet Weather Field Status

AJFC Guidance about responding to a COVID case or suspected COVID case
Abbotsford Juniors Members Codes of Conduct