The Adelaide Football Club is a significant supporter of female football in South Australia.
The Club is implementing new initiatives to support the growth and development of female participation. The aim is to engage all age groups in schools and the community, while creating opportunities for young talented female athletes to pursue their dream of playing AFL for the Crows.
SCHOOL GIRLS FOOTBALL CARNIVALS (DCNS CROWS CUP)
The ‘DCNS Crows Cup’ is a one day interschool girls only football carnival aimed at encouraging young girls to give football a go in a fun and safe environment. The DCNS Crows Cup also promotes the benefits of physical activity, introduces positive role models and introduces participants to the female football pathway in South Australia.
SANFL zones will be delivering a Year 5-7 DCNS Crows Cup Carnival. The winner of each carnival will then be invited to play in an AFL curtain-raiser round robin late in term 2. Stay tuned for a Year 8/9 Girls carnival in Term 3 2017.
West Adelaide/Sturt Zone
Week 6, Wednesday June 7 - Venue TBC
Glenelg/South Adelaide Zone
Week 7, Thursday June 15 - Gliderol Stadium
North Adelaide/Norwood Zone
Week 6, Friday, June 9 - St Dominic's Oval
Woodville-West Torrens/Central District Zone
Week 7, Wednesday June 14 - Woodville Oval
Week 8, Thursday June 22 - Adelaide Oval
For more information on any of the events above, please contact Crows Community Programs Officer (Female Football) Chelsea Randall on 8440 6620 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
INTRA SCHOOL GIRLS FOOTBALL PROGRAM
The Crows are currently offering a 5x session ‘Crows Female Football Program’ for primary and secondary schools, to enhance knowledge of the game, off-field education sessions and the skills required. Students will have an opportunity to meet Adelaide Crows Women’s Players. Age Group: Year 4 - Year 12. Schools can register their interest in either of these programs:
Rookies Program – The Crows Female Rookie Program is an introductory level. Participants will learn the Skills and Rules of the game through fun game based activities and run their own football tournament based around the SEPEP model.
Rising Stars Program – The Crows Female Rising Stars Program is an intermediate level. Participants will focus on Skills, Rules, Umpiring, Positions and Match Simulation (stoppages, ball movement and transitional play).
Legends Program – The Crows Female Legends Program is an advanced level (students already have awareness of rules, positions and skills). Participants will learn through both practical and theoretical sessions about Strategies, Tactics, Nutrition, Recovery/ Injury Prevention, Strength & Conditioning.
WHOLE SCHOOL PRESENTATIONS – (BOUNCE BACK)
AFLW Co-Captain, Chelsea Randall delivers a free 20-30minute whole school assembly to girls about resilience, goal setting, achieving your dreams through interactive video content, questionnaires and previous experiences. Age Group: Years 5 - 12.
Meet AFLW players Chelsea Randall and Erin Phillips through an interactive 20-minute Skype session. Hear their stories and get your students to ask questions.
PORT AUGUSTA FEMALE COME AND TRY SESSION
On Wednesday 22nd February 2017, Erin Phillips and Chelsea Randall will be delivering a FREE Come and Try session to all females at Braddock Oval in Port Augusta from 5.30pm – 6.30pm. No registration required, simply turn up, meet and greet the players, play some football and practice skills in a fun and safe environment.
GIRLS SCHOOL HOLIDAY CLINICS (JULY)
Stay tuned for more details on our Girls School Holiday Clinics in 2017.
WANT TO PLAY FOOTBALL?
To register to play or for more information on Auskick (5-8yrs old), Junior Girls (9-12yrs old), Youth Girls (13-16yrs old) football in the community please visit: http://sanfl.com.au/registrations/girls-registrations/
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THESE EVENTS AND PROGRAMS
Please contact Community Programs Officer (Female Football), Chelsea Randall on 8440 6620 or via email: email@example.com