THE NORTHERN BEACHES BLUES – JUNIOR AFL CLUB
We are a family-orientated junior AFL club that provides a safe and friendly environment for all players to learn and have fun playing Australia’s great game!
We train and play at Centennial Oval, located in the heart of Woolgoogla on the beautiful northern beaches of the Coffs Coast (NSW).
We are an Auskick centre for 5-to-9 year olds and also field teams in the under-11s, under-13s, under-15s & Girls Youth competitions. The club serves communities north of Coffs Harbour including Korora, Sapphire Beach, Emerald Beach, Moonee Beach, Sandy Beach, Woolgoolga, Safety Beach, Mullaway, Arrawarra, Corindi, Red Rock, Halfway Creek, Dirty Creek, Kungala and Glenreagh.
All coaches are as a minimum AFL level 1 accredited and have completed the compulsory working with children checks.
We are welcoming new and returning players, parents and volunteers for 2020. If you are considering AFL we’d love to have you (or your child) come and have a try with our club! You can register via the register link at the top of the screen. Please don’t hesitate to message or call us if you have any questions or if we can help in any way.
2020 Season Details
Note: Season 2020 concludes with a final training session on Wednesday 23rd September (season started and finished late due to Covid-19). Leaving the below info as a guide to 2021, however details will be announced next year!
Age Groups: Auskick (5-9 year old boys & girls), under-11s, under-13s, under-15s & Youth Girls (14-17 year olds).
Training: Wednesday nights at 4pm, commencing March 4th.
*Note: Under 15s & Youth Girls have started training early with our senior club. Currently Wednesdays at 5:30pm, switching back to 4pm with the rest of the juniors when regular training commences. If you would like to play U15s or Youth Girls please come along*
Location: Centennial Oval, Beach Street, Woolgoolga (next to Woolgoolga Public School & Police Station)
2020 Season: Games commencing April 5 through to the Grand Final on August 30. Games are on Sunday mornings.