Play MiniRoos in 2022

Game On MiniRoos NNSWF

Will you join our team?

It’s time to run like Ellie Carpenter, shoot like Mathew Leckie and celebrate like Sam Kerr. It’s time to play football, and the best way for kids is MiniRoos.

About MiniRoos

MiniRoos uses short, game-based sessions to introduce football, to four to 11 year olds, in an inclusive way. It focuses on learning new skills, being active, making life-long friends and unearthing the next generation of Socceroos and Matildas.

Why play MiniRoos

  • It’s fun, safe, and delivered in a family friendly setting across Australia
  • Accredited with Active Kids – making it $100 more affordable
  • Make new friends, build confidence, and grow self-esteem
  • Develop values of teamwork, cooperation, fair play, and respect
  • Game-based sessions build fundamental motor skills
  • Hundreds of clubs across northern NSW to choose from
  • All MiniRoos kids receive a free football

How to sign up

  1. Select MiniRoos Club Football in PlayFootball
  2. Find a club in your area
  3. Click “Register Now” in PlayFootball

Important dates 

*Competitions across northern NSW commence at different times. Consult your relevant Member Zone website for more information.

Multicultural Settlement Program

  • The Multicultural Settlement Program (MSP) is an introductory program that offers football for newly arrived migrant kids (girls and boys aged 4-11), aiming to enhance social inclusion and connection.
  • The program aims to introduce newly arrived communities to the structured football environment in Australia, and provide meaningful community integration opportunities.
  • Search for a location near you.

 

MiniRoos playing options 

       
Kick-Off 
       
 Club Football 
           
For Girls 
What is it? 
  • Introductory Program 
  • Short, game-based sessions 
  • Winter season team-based football 
  • Small-sided football games 
  • All female Kick-Off programs 
  • All female Club Football 
Who is it for? 
  • Boys and girls aged 4-9 years 
  • Beginning and developing participants 
  • Boys and girls aged 5-11 years 
  • Children that are ready to and want to play on a football team 
  • Girls aged 4-11 years 

 

When is it played? 
  • All year round 
  • Minimum of 4 sessions – maximum of 12 sessions 
  • April – August 
  • Approx. 20 weeks 

 

  • Kick-Off programs (year-round) 
  • Club Football (April-August) 
What does it look like? 
  • Approx. 45 minute sessions 
  • 1 coach per 10 participants 
  • Modified games and activities to introduce participants to football 
  • Average 1 training session and 1 game per week 
  • Team-based games of 4v4, 7v7 and 9v9 
  • Modified rules to promote inclusiveness, engagement and technical ability 
  • Kick-Off and Club Football playing formats but in an all-girl environment 

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