Junior Football (U9s to U12s) is the next step for players who are ready to move on from Auskick/U8s. Boys and girls are gradually introduced to competitive football in stages as they gain skills and confidence throughout their years of Junior Football participation. Rules of matches are modified so that they can continue to develop their skills in an enjoyable, safe atmosphere. Read more about the features of Junior Football here.
Youth Football (U13s to U17s) caters to teenage boys and girls aged 13 and up of all abilities. It provides players with the opportunity to play in a graded competition within a club environment. Youth Football gradually gets more competitive to ensure that your child is ready for the full rules of Australian Football by age 15. The AFL permits girls to play in mixed-gender teams until age 14. Read more about the features of Youth Football here.
Youth Girls (U10s to U18s) competitions are for girls of all abilities. Youth Girls Football gives players the opportunity to play in a graded competition specifically for girls within a club environment. Youth Girls Football gradually gets more competitive to ensure your child is ready for the full rules of Australian Football. The AFL recommends that girls over the age of 10 years play in single gender environments, where it is possible to do so. In 2020, the Magpies’ will field Youth Girls teams in the U10s (non-competitive), U12s, U14s, U16s and U18s. Read more about the features of Youth Girls Football here.
The fee for the 2020 season is $230. The NSW Government’s Active Kids voucher can be used to reduce the fee by $100.
Players receive a Magpies playing guernsey and training top as part of their registration fee.
How to register
Registering with the Magpies is an online registration process. Click here to register.
For assistance with registration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take a look at our Year Books to read the team reports from previous years (under About Us in the main menu).
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