MiniRoos is a smaller version of football that provides boys and girls aged 4 to 11 with a fun introduction to the world game. MiniRoos is designed for kids; it is all about having fun, learning new skills and making life-long friends.
Delivered by grassroots clubs across Australia, MiniRoos provides opportunities for children of all abilities, shapes and sizes to play football.
MyFootballClub is the digital home of community football in Australia. Whether you’re a Club Volunteer, Player, Coach or Referee, MyFootballClub has everything you need to help you with your role in the game. Just some of the initiatives through MyFootballClub include:
- Community news across the country
- Online Club Registration and payments
- Club administration tools, resources and National Club Accreditation Scheme
- Online Coach and Referee Course Registration and payments
- Coach and Referee Pathway information and Resources
- Much more
Hyundai Goals 4 Grassroots
Since the initiation of Hyundai’s ‘Goals for Grassroots’ program back in 2007, Hyundai has donated almost $400,000 to more than 154 junior football clubs across Australia. (Figures as at the end of the 2012/2013 Hyundai A-League season).
Hyundai’s grassroots support program is designed to help promote the game of football within local communities by offering financial assistance to junior clubs throughout the Hyundai A-League season.
During each round, a grassroots club will be selected for the pre-determined ‘Goals for Grassroots’ game of the week. On top of an array of match day benefits that include match tickets and an on field presentation, the lucky junior club is guaranteed a grant of $1,000. However, it is during the match that the excitement levels raise another notch as an additional $1,000 is added to the tally for every goal that the home team scores - up to a maximum of $10,000 per game. Plus all clubs that register for Goals for Grassroots will go into the draw to win a Hyundai i30 for their club to use for fundraising.
In order to be eligible to enter, grassroots clubs need to complete an application form at www.goalsforgrassroots.com.au and submit why they believe the club should be selected. Junior clubs can even support their application with photos or short videos.
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(Note: To be eligible to enter, grassroots clubs must belong to an association affiliated to Football Federation Australia.)
Terms & conditions apply. Promotion ends 11.59am AEST on 3/4/14. Permit no’s VIC: 13/2342, NSW: LTPS/13/07549, ACT: TP 13/03524, SA: T13/1838. For full terms, conditions & details of how to enter visit www.goalsforgrassroots.com.au .
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