Girls at Toowong FC

Our female program is going from strength to strength and we are really, really excited. Our recently appointed Director of Female Participation (Karen Muir) is already well advanced with all the planning.

This is the first time the Club has had a dedicated person looking after the technical aspects of our female players and Karen is set to complete her AFC C Licence (Youth) coaching accreditation in early 2019, demonstrating our commitment to the ongoing high level development of our community girls.

In 2019 we will field girls teams at Under 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 15 we also intend to offer a combined and affordable development team opportunity for those girls in the U11/12 group, a great opportunity for those girls that may have missed out on SAP or couldn’t commit for other reasons. This team will train 2 times a week.

As our Club grows and starts to reach capacity in some areas (senior men for instance), we had to look at ways to maximise our usable space. We are therefore excited to announce that in 2019 all of our females teams will train on the same day, Thursday, with the cafe opening to accommodate this. Our Miniroos and Juniors will training from 530pm through to 715pm, before our senior women take to the fields. We hope that this will foster a great bond between both the junior and senior sections of the Club.

We hope that you are as excited as we are about this, we cannot wait to see these teams take to the fields!

18 thoughts on “Girls

  1. Hi
    I have a 6 year old daughter that would like to take up football with the Toowong FC
    Which category would she fit into please
    She has not played before
    Thanks

  2. Hi Pete, There are 3 young buddies all aged 7 signed up with Toowong to play this season. Moved away from biggest western suburbs club to great club I believe. Any chance they may be able to play in same team? Happy to come along on the 11th or 18th Feb. Cheers, Brooke

  3. Hi

    My daughter turns 9 in March and is keen to play. She has never played before other than socially at school. Are you able to give me more information about what day/time this age group would normally play and do they only play at 1 location or do they have to travel? If they have to travel what areas do they have to travel too?

  4. We live at Paddington and I’m researching football clubs for my 6 year old (born 2010) son. Just wondering if you could please let me know the reg fees for this age group and if you are able to join a team (as we don’t know anyone at the club yet).

  5. Hi Pete, my son played in the under 9 last year for your club, I see that training is later for under 10. 6.30-7.30pm on Wednesday. is there any chance that training time can be changed? Maybe 4.30-5.30pm?

    1. Rob, unfortunately not – our numbers dictate that we need to have the two groups with the older kids in the later slot.

      We can’t schedule any earlier than 530pm due to work commitments for the majority of parents but also our volunteers!

  6. Dear Pete – My son will be 6 in July, and my daughter 11 in November. Are there still available spots for their categories? Any suggestions as to what might be the best way forward for them? Cheers, Daniel

  7. hi, are we able to register now, my boy is 9 year old and only played soccer at school socially.

    thanks,
    Ariunaa

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