Brindabella Blues Girls and Women’s programs
Brindabella Blue has one of the largest girls and women’s programs in far south Canberra with a focus on football, family, friends and fun.
Brindabella Blues fields girls’ teams in the Capital Football Junior League from u10s to u18s and in the Capital Football women’s state league competitions. Brindabella’s girls teams also have a long tradition of supporting the Lightning Tournament, Kanga Cup, Cowra Cup and Merimbula’s Karl Posset Cup.
Registrations open in early February, team trials and grading are held in March, team-training start in April (usually Monday and Thursday nights) before the season commences in May. All junior girls’ games are played on Saturdays while the Women’s games are played on Sundays.
From the 2019 season, Brindabella will start all girl Miniroo competitions for u6/7 and u8/9 girls on Saturday mornings.
During the summer Brindabella runs a Girls Only Summer Academy for girls aged u6 to u14 focus on developing and advanced players. The Academy is run on Monday evenings from 5.30 to 7pm. For girls and women aged 15 and older Brindabella hosts both Summer Sixes and Summer Nines competitions. See further information on the Girls Only Summer Academy here.
Brindabella also offers the opportunities for parents and former players to coach. Supporting volunteers to undertake their FFA training certificates and at the same time pass on their knowledge while training and mentoring miniroo and junior girl’s teams.
For more information on the Brindabella girls and women football program contact Michael Sutton on email@example.com
Senior Womens Competition
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BBFC women will again look to build from a successful season, developing a pathway for juniors and offering players an opportunity to compete socially or at more competitive levels.
Seniors will commence training early February, Tuesdays and Thursdays and will be open to all players. Keep an eye on the club website or Facebook page for up to date information.
BBFC strongly supports the growth and continued involvement of Girls and Women’s in Football (and all sports) no matter age or ability level.
Whether you or looking to have a run with mates or want to take on new challenges, BBFC welcomes you to join in, be involved with great people and most of all enjoy your football.
Please contact Ian Toms on 0400 444 251 for more information.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Where does Brindabella play their games?
Brindabella’s home grounds are in Calwell at Calwell Oval. Miniroos (u6s, u7s, u8s and u9s) train and play all their games at Calwell. Juniors (u10s to u18s) and Women’s team train and play their home games at Calwell but play their away games at venues across Canberra and in some instances across southern NSW.
Do I need to trial and be graded?
If you are looking to play football for fun with your friends, you do not need to attend a preseason grading session. When you register, include in your details who you would like to play with and the club will do its best to accommodate those wishes.
If you are looking for something more competitive, attending the trial sessions will allow the club to test your skill levels and place you in the most appropriate team.
Can I play football for Brindabella and another sport?
The simple answer is, yes. In the junior teams over recent years, there has been loads of girls who have played football and other sports, such as swimming, netball or Aussie Rules. As long as the training and game times don’t clash it is possible to play and be competitive in multiple sports.