UWANFC Teams for 2012
Here are all the current teams for the 2012 season including contacts, coach details, training times, ground directions and fixtures.
Parents wanting to sign their children up for Junior or Joeysoccer can contact the club
Senior Players that have been selected for a team can contact their coach for registration details.
Prospective senior players can contact the club to enquire about teams looking for players.
The women’s leagues range in their level of skill from the top tier of women’s football, which is the Women’s Premier and Reserves division, down to Division 7, which is mainly for beginner football players.
Joeysoccer is a fun-based soccer competition for girls and boys from Pre-primary to Yr 3. The teams are school based and the competition is run over 11 weeks during the second school term and into the beginning of the third term. It is a small sided competition with five a-side and with modified/simplified rules and a big emphasis on kids having fun.
Training and games are on Saturday afternoons. The grounds are at College Park, Nedlands. View the Season Calendar PDF for more info.
Joeysoccer Coordinator – Sharon Hawkins – Tel 9385 7243.
College Park, Nedlands
View map and directions
- 2013 - Joey Full Fixtures Week 1.pdf
- 2013 - Joey Full Fixtures Week 3.pdf
- Joey Full Fixtures 2013 Week 2.pdf
Information for Parents
The pdf links below provide important information for players, parents, coaches and managers:
- April 2013 holiday clinic.pdf
- Joey Soccer rules 2013.pdf
- Joey Soccer Team nomination 2013.pdf
- Joeysoccer 2013 Flyer.pdf
- Joeysoccer 2013 Player & Parent Information.pdf
- Joeysoccer 2013 School Coordinator Guide.pdf
- Joeysoccer 2013 Season Calendar.pdf
- JS Registration Form 2013.pdf
- PG Joeys Club Based Training.pdf
UWANFC have junior teams in all age groups for both boys (8-18 years) and girls (8-17 years).
Masters football is for players aged 35 and above. In 2011 Football West will introduce a team in the Golden Oldies league (45 and above) in which the club hopes to field a team.
This is the second tier of men’s football in WA immediately below the two Saturday League Divisions (Premier and Division 1). UWA Nedlands FC has applied for and are one of the prime candidates for entry to the expanded Saturday League competition in 2012.
Formerly known as the Social league, the Metropolitan league is aimed at players who don’t have the ability to commit to multiple trainings per week. Depending on the division, this league caters for players with very good skills (our teams are littered with former Saturday league and Amateur league players) down to players with average skill levels who just like to get a game on a weekend.
The Men’s and Women’s soccer teams are open to players from any Sunday club as long as they are current students of the University of Western Australia. Last season the teams had players from a variety of clubs including Balcatta, Northern Redbacks, Curtin SC and Subiaco, with the majority of the players from UWA Nedlands.