Across Australia, more and more girls are playing football at every level. Whether coming to play for the first time, or aspiring to be the next gen of AFLW, all levels of ability are catered for across our competitions.
Perth now has junior, youth, women's and talent competitions right across the metro area, with more clubs starting girls teams every season. Be sure to keep an eye out at your local club to see if there are any girls' teams starting up in 2020.
Find your nearest junior footy community here.
NAB AFL Auskick
Girls can learn the basics of Australian Football at any school-based or community NAB AFL Auskick centre. Many centres run girls only groups and some communities also have dedicated all girls’ centres.
Find out more at our Auskick page.
The next step from NAB AFL Auskick is Junior Football.Girls and boys can play together in mixed teams or girls may choose to play in dedicated Junior Girls teams that are aligned to community club.
Find out more at our Juniors page.
Teen girls can continue playing football in Youth Girls. There are a range of competitions available to suit all levels of skill and aspiration. Girls above the age of 14 are required to play in single gender teams.
Find out more at our Youth Page.
A fast, fun, free-flowing game that involves 9 players on each team playing on a smaller field. Best of all AFL9s is‘social non contact’ with no tackling or bumping, making it suitable for everyone.
Find out more at our NINES Page.
Women can play in a range of competitions from social to sub-elite level in Senior Women’s football.With more new teams starting every year, it’snever been easier to find your place to play SeniorWomen’s.
Find out more at our Senior Women's Page.
Talented 15-18 Yr olds can play for the WAFLW Rogers Cup team. This is the Female Talent Pathway Competition for WAFLW
Find out more at our Rogers Cup Page.
The competition is aligned to the WAFL competition.The WAFLW competition is the premier female football competition in the state.Two senior divisions in the WAFLW competition. Aspiring AFLW players are encouraged to play in the WAFLW league.
Find out more at our WAFLW Page
For the most talented female football players. AFLW is the elite competition with 14 teams (soon to be 18) around the country. The competition shows off the best of female football.
Find out more at our AFLW Page.