Women’s World Cup Kicks-Off
The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 in Australia and New Zealand kicks-off today, Thursday, 20/7/2023 with the Matildas playing the Republic of Ireland.
Alternatively, all Matildas group games are televised by the Seven Network and Optus Sports. All the games during the tournament will be also be available on Optus Sports, either live, as a full replay, Mini-Matches or highlights.
So don your green and gold attire to cheer the Matildas to victory!
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Karl Posselt Cup 2023
The Merimbula Grasshopper Football Club Inc. will host the 12th Karl Posselt Cup on the weekend of September 30th – October 1st, 2023. The tournament is played at the Berrambool Sports Complex in the coastal township of Merimbula, southern NSW.
This tournament is open to four divisions, U12 Boys and U12 Girls, playing 9 v 9 format, plus U13 Boys and U14 Girls playing 11 v 11. Club and association teams are welcome to enter.
The tournament will be played in the round-robin format in each age division. All teams are guaranteed at least four games over the two days of competition.
If the interest is there from participating teams, evening games will be played under the lights on Friday and Saturday. When nominating indicate if your team is interested in playing an evening match on these days.
The entry fee for the tournament is $250 per team and must be paid once your team has received notification of acceptance. Nominations close Friday 1st of September 2023. Further information and nomination forms can be found here.
Play On Exhibition – Celebrating Womens Football
Coinciding with the Women’s World Cup being played right here in Australia and New Zealand, the University of Canberra and local Canberrans have organised the Play On Exhibition – Celebrating Womens Football From Grassroots to Glory.
The exhibition includes silverware, footage, stories and player jerseys, to take you on a discovery of the women who came before today’s multi-champion Matildas and their local community stories and beginnings.
“This is a most excellent exhibition! The opening evening was very interesting with lots of key speakers passing on their knowledge and history of the women’s game in Canberra. It’s on for a whole month and I recommend a visit. It’s Boss!”
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Current Belnorth FC Vacancies
Roles that are available now.
- Treasurer (volunteer/committee): Responsible for maintaining the financial accounts, receiving money, and paying invoices. A financial background with knowledge of bookkeeping is desirable. Belnorth’s bookkeeping is managed with Quickbooks.
- Small Side Games Registrar (volunteer/committee): Manages the registration and running of the U10 and U11 age groups along with general committee member duties (e.g. meetings, decisions)
- Secretary (volunteer/committee member): Custody of books, Public Officer, maintain written records, take minutes and record action items, lodgement of documentation with Access Canberra.
- President (volunteer/committee member): Capital Football Liaison (disciplinary), Representative on External Meetings, Public Grant Administration, External Media Liaison.
- Vice President (volunteer/committee): Responsible for assisting the President.
Every volunteer, whether a coach, manager, CVO, referee or committee member, helps the club tick. If you want to help, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
”I’ve learned that you shouldn’t go through life with a catcher’s mitt on both hands; you need to be able to throw something back.” – Maya Angelou