Sunday, August 20, 2017

About our Juniors

About our Juniors

The Chirnside Park Football Club is "ONE CLUB" our Juniors are aligned with the senior division we are an accredited Level 3 Good Sports Program member. We are dedicated to developing well rounded young Australians through a football environment, which teaches respect, humility, integrity, reward through effort and fair play at all times.

With a professionally run and well organized Auskick we also offer teams in the following age groups U/9, U/10, U/11, U/12,U/13,U14, U/15 & U17. We welcome all boys and girls wanting to play and learn the skills of Australian Rules football

We welcome all Junior age footballers boys and girls to join our great club. We have 10 teams in our junior division 9 compete in the EFL, our youth girls "The Pink Panthers" compete in the Yarra Junior Football League and they play their games on Saturday.

2015 was another successful year for the Junior division of the Chirnside Park Football Club. Five of our six competitive teams finished the season in the top 5. The under 11's, U12's, U13's, U14's & U17's played in the finals.

The U11's, U12's & U14'S did us proud and made the Grandfinals - our U14's were successful and won the premiership.
Now if you would like to play football at a successful club please contact our Junior football manager Justin King 0408 509 675.

The club has the following Mission Statement that motivates our activities:

1. To promote, advance, foster and cultivate the game of Australian Rules football.

2.To assist in the educational advancement of the community by means of development of a sense of fair play and love of sport, in particular Australian Rules football.

3.To encourage, advance and assist in the development of an improved standard of physical fitness in all members of the community both individually and collectively.

4.To educate, train, coach and encourage members of the Club in the game of Australian Rules football so that all members have the maximum opportunity to reveal their maximum potential.

5.To encourage members of the Club to assist in the development of the game of Australian Rules football throughout the Chirnside Park and surrounding areas.

Pink Panthers Players Wanted

About our Juniors

The Chirnside Park Football Club is "ONE CLUB" our Juniors are aligned with the senior division we are an accredited Level 3 Good Sports Program member. We are dedicated to developing well rounded young Australians through a football environment, which teaches respect, humility, integrity, reward through effort and fair play at all times.

With a professionally run and well organized Auskick we also offer teams in the following age groups U/9, U/10, U/11, U/12,U/13,U14, U/15 & U17. We welcome all boys and girls wanting to play and learn the skills of Australian Rules football

We welcome all Junior age footballers boys and girls to join our great club. We have 10 teams in our junior division 9 compete in the EFL,  our youth girls "The Pink Panthers" compete in the Yarra Junior Football League and they play their games on Saturday.

2015 was another successful year for the Junior division of the Chirnside Park Football Club. Five of our six competitive teams finished the season in the top 5. The under 11's, U12's, U13's, U14's & U17's played in the finals.

The U11's, U12's & U14'S did us proud and  made the Grandfinals - our U14's were successful and won the premiership.   

Now if you would like to play football at a successful club please contact our Junior football manager Justin King 0408 509 675. 

 

The club has the following Mission Statement that motivates our activities:

1. To promote, advance, foster and cultivate the game of Australian Rules football.

2.To assist in the educational advancement of the community by means of development of a sense of fair play and love of sport, in particular Australian Rules football.

3.To encourage, advance and assist in the development of an improved standard of physical fitness in all members of the community both individually and collectively.

4.To educate, train, coach and encourage members of the Club in the game of Australian Rules football so that all members have the maximum opportunity to reveal their maximum potential.

5.To encourage members of the Club to assist in the development of the game of Australian Rules football throughout the Chirnside Park and surrounding areas.