AFL Tipping Schools Competition

The AFL conducts a major footy tipping competition for students with great prizes to be won. Visit the website for further details - www.aflschoolstipping.com.au

Freo House Footy (Year 7-12 Male/Female/Mixed)

Freo House Footy is a modified game (AFL 9s) that can be played as a male, female or mixed competition during any school term or incorporated as part of your AFL physical education program.

Download the Freo House Footy Guidelines

CLICK here to register school-program-and-competition-registration/secondary-school

All schools to register will receive:

  • 4 x synthetic footballs
  • 1 set of portable goal posts
  • 36 bibs (sets of 9) in school faction colours for the first 50 schools to register only!

Schools & Students can run this program using the AFL SEPEP (Sport Education in Physical Education Program) model.

Visit http://aflcommunityclub.com.au/index.php?id=655

For more information contact your WAFC Development Officer

This program is partnered by the Fremantle Football Club.

 

NAB AFL Fantasy

The AFL is looking for the best student AFL Fantasy player in Australia! Are you the Alistair Clarkson of the schoolyard? The Ross Lyon of the playground? The Adam Simpson of the classroom? Signup up - fantasy.afl.com.au

REDiMED Cup (Year 11/12 Male)

The REDIMED Cup offers a well organised & high quality interschool competition catering for over 3,000 students from country and metropolitan schools throughout WA. 2017 marks the 30th year of the competition which is coordinated by the West Australian Football Commission and the Secondary School Football Advisory Committee (SSFAC).

Competition Format:

  • Played during Term 2
  • Games are played after school on Wednesdays over 2 x 25 minute halves
  • 3 metropolitan divisions (Cable, Jakovich & Glendinning)
  • The SSFAC reviews all nominations and reserves the right to change a schools nominated division to achieve a balanced competition
  • Country Schools – Regional Development Managers will announce carnival day/s by the end of Term 1

REGISTRATION:

All schools that nominate receive a match ball and set of goal flags to use during the competition.

Register via the online registration form. Simply select the "Schoolboys REDiMED Cup" option under Competitions.

BARRY CABLE DIVISION (A Grade): Strong football schools with home & away games played across the metropolitan area.

GLEN JAKOVICH DIVISION (B Grade): Schools of medium strength with home & away games played 'locally' where possible.

ROSS GLENDINNING DIVISION (C Grade): 15-a-side knockout competition only - NEW in 2017!

BILL WALKER DIVISION: Only for schools who participate in ‘A’ section at Senior High School Country Week.

2016 SHS Handbook & 2016 Redimed Cup timeline

Eagles Schoolboys Cup (Year 8/9 Male)

 

The Eagles Schoolboys Cup is a interschool competition for boys in Years 8 & 9. The competition enters its 34th year in 2017 and is coordinated by the West Australian Football Commission.

Competition Format:

  • Played during Terms 2 & 3 (Please refer to timeline)
  • Metropolitan schools play in a district or conference based competition to produce a champion school to represent each of the nine WAFL districts. The 9 champion schools then compete for the Eagles Schoolboys Cup
  • Managed by WAFC Development Officers
  • Country schools have the opportunity to participate in a round robin competition or 1 day lightning carnival to determine a regional champion. Competition details will be communicated via your Regional Development Manager by the end of Term 1. 

REGISTRATION:

All schools that nominate receive a match ball and set of goal flags to use during the competition.

Register through the online registration form. Simply select the "Eagles Schoolboys Cup" option under Competitions.

For further information please contact your WAFC Football Development Officer 

2016 SHS Handbook & 2016 Eagles Schoolboys Cup timeline

Year 10 Lightning Carnivals (Male)

To register your interest to participate please contact:

  • School Sport WA: HOLA Regional Group President or SSWA Regional Rep (contacts available on SSWA website)
  • Associated & Catholic Colleges of Western Australia: Suzie Elhers on 9241 520

Freo Dockers Cup (Year 10/11/12 Female)

 

Each year over 1,250 schoolgirls particpate in the Freo Dockers Cup. 2017 marks the 22nd year of the competition which is coordinated by the West Australian Football Commission and the Schoolgirls Advisory Committee.

Participation in the Freo Dockers Cup has become an important step for girls to become involved in community youth or senior women's competitions.

COMPETITION DETAILS

  • Played during Term 2
  • Games are played after school on Tuesdays over 2 x 20 minute halves. (Please refer to timeline)
  • 2 metropolitan divisions (Moore & White)
  • The Schoolgirls Advisory Committee reviews all nominations and reserves the right to change a schools nominated division to achieve a balanced competition
  • Country Schools – All competitions are coordinated by your Regional Development Manager. Schools will be advised of all carnival days/s by the end of Term 1

REGISTRATION: 

All schools that nominate receive a match ball and set of goal flags to use during the competition.

Register through the online registration form. Simply select the "Freo Dockers Cup (Year 10/11/12 Girls)" option under Competitions.

MOORE DIVISION (A Grade): Strong football schools seeking quality competition with home & away games played across the metropolitan area. After the home & away games the top teams progress to the finals.

WHITE DIVISION (B Grade): Where the majority of schools compete. Teams are split into regional pools to play against other schools in their ‘local’ area. After the home and away games the top teams will progress to the finals.

VANDERWEIDE DIVISION: Only for schools who participate at Senior High School Country Week.

2016 SHS Handbook & 2016 Freo Dockers Schoolgirls Cup timeline

Freo Dockers Cup Lightning Carnival (Year 7/8/9 Female)

WAFC Football Development Officers will organise one day lightning carnivals to provide opportunities for schoolgirls to either try football in a safe and fun environment, and/or enhance their football skills developed through their PE program.

All schools that nominate will receive:

  • 2 synthetic footballs per team
  • Participation certificates & posters

Schools can register their interest via the online registration form. Simply select the "Freo Dockers Cup Carnival" option under Competitions.