Capital Football Survey, AGM & Become A Referee

Capital Football 2022 Season Survey

Capital Football is asking for feedback about the 2022 season. You can complete their survey via the link below.

AGM 2022 Round Up

The club’s AGM was held on Sunday at The Clubhouse Kaleenand we had 11 attendees. The reports and financial statements from the meeting are available at the AGM mini-site.

From the 11 attendees, there were four pre-nominations for committee positions vacant, and they were elected with no other nominations at the meeting for those roles. Mohammad Rahimi kindly put his hand up as caretaker Treasurer. The roles of President and Small-Sided Games Registrar remain vacant.

  • Presidentvacant
  • Treasurer: Mohammad Rahimi (caretaker)
  • Secretary: Ben Muir
  • Operations Officer: Craig Tozer
  • Seniors Registrar: Ruth Parker
  • Small-Sided Games Registrarvacant
  • Minis Registrar: Ron Batt

If you are interested in the PresidentTreasurer or SSGs Registrar roles, please contact

Get paid to Referee or Run the Line in 2023

Are you a player or parent that volunteers to referee or run the line but don’t get paid?

Well, there is no better time to get qualified as a referee, with match fees increasing by 38% for Junior games and 62% for Senior games. The complete list of the 2023 winter match fees is here.

For those 14 years and above, the first step to becoming a referee is to complete the free Laws of the Game course, then register for a referee course when available in 2023, usually from February onwards.

Those 13 to 14 can do a 2-hour Game Leader course to referee U6 to U11 games. These courses are held in the months leading up to the season, in March and April.

To register your interest:

Team Kit Returns

If you are a coach, manager, parent or player, who has missed the kit returns so far, please email us via so we can coordinate a belated return.

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