Keeping up with the MiniRoos

10,000 junior footballers to kick goals this season after Newcastle Permanent back junior sport

Northern NSW Football is delighted to announce 10,000 free footballs will roll out across northern NSW ahead of the start of the 2021 Community Football season. The roll out of the free footballs kick starts Newcastle Permanent’s extension of their

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Newcastle Jets captains want MiniRoos to bring a mate!

Newcastle Jets captains Nigel Boogaard and Gema Simon have encouraged MiniRoos to invite a mate to play with them at their club this season. The 2021 season promises to be the biggest yet across northern NSW with teams preparing for

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Looking to stay active these schools holidays? Home Program for MiniRoos!

Northern NSW Football has developed a Home Program for MiniRoos to assist training and development during the disruption to football caused by the Coronavirus. The four-week program concentrates on one of the four core skills of football and includes behavioural

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#FFW 2020 – MiniRoos Meets Matildas

More than 900 MiniRoos took to McDonald Jones Stadium on Friday ready to take part in the Matildas’ Olympic qualifier against Vietnam. The night started with an incredible 800 kids from 23 Northern NSW Football Member Clubs participating in our

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#25: The goals rain down at MJ Stadium in the F3 Derby – Abermain Rams and Rutherford FC

We have certainly faced some tricky conditions in recent weeks at the Jets home games and on Sunday 9th February it was no different, with the Jets and Mariners doing battle in a very wet F3 Derby at McDonald Jones

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#24: Three MiniRoos groups on show at the Jets Double-Header!

On Sunday February 1 at a sizzling McDonald Jones Stadium, we were lucky enough to be joined by three fantastic groups of MiniRoos for the opportunity to be both Mascots and Half-Time Heroes for the A-League and W-League matches. Local

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#23: Kotara South MiniRoos stars brave the heat to support their Jets!

On Thursday 23rd January at a steaming-hot McDonald Jones Stadium, 22 keen MiniRoos representing Kotara South FC got behind the Newcastle Jets as they took on Perth Glory in Round 11 of the Westfield W-League. It all started with Mascot

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#22: The Sharks and Lions take the stage at McDonald Jones Stadium

While our MiniRoos are still enjoying their school holidays, there was no rest for our A-League Newcastle Jets on Friday night! Stockton Sharks and Cooks Hill United were invited to take the stage as our mascots and halftime heroes for

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#21: Metford Cobras get a late Christmas present!

Christmas was extended for our Metford Cobras after being selected to participate in the Hyundai Goals for Grassroots program. The Goals for Grassroots program aims to provide financial support for grassroots clubs across Australia. By donating an initial $1,000 to

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#20: Double the Games – Double the FUN with Mayfield United JSFC & Kahibah FC!

There were plenty of excited young MiniRoos last Saturday as we welcomed them to McDonald Jones Stadium to watch what would be two, action packed games of football. This week we were lucky enough to be joined by 32 young

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