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News & Events – Women and Girls

Women & Girls

We are entering an exciting period of women’s and girl’s football with Australia co-hosting the Women’s World Cup in 2023. Fremantle City Football Club takes great pride in its significant commitment to women’s and girl’s football.

Women and Girls Focus

“FCFC strives to be the club of choice for all girls and women seeking to play football whatever their age, ability or skill level”

Specifically, this means that we aim to:
• Provide high quality football training and development for all players in a safe and supportive environment
• Encourage and inspire all players, coaches and support staff to reach the highest level they can
• Maintain a strong and enduring culture which emphasises respect, inclusiveness, honesty and teamwork.
• Establish an ethic of being the “best we can be” (based on commitment, effort and not necessarily results)
• Establish lasting partnerships through collaboration within the community: schools, local businesses and universities
• Be a family orientated club who puts the needs of the players at the forefront of decisions.

Care for the Community and the Environment

Apart from working together and sharing a passion for football, in 2021 we would like to work for the community and use football as a vehicle to work toward raising awareness and take action in helping reduce global warming. We aim to pioneer in being a green and sustainable club.

FCFC Women and Girls teams in 2021

Our club caters for different needs of female players of all ages. We focus on players development and have several pathways for players from junior development teams to senior recreational social, competitive social, Amateur League, and National Premier League (NPL). Below are the teams;

Division Description
Womens National Premier League

Womens National Premier League  – Under 23

WNPL is the strongest, most competitive women’s and girls’

competition in Western Australia.

(this is the highest league below the professional Westfield Womens League)

Womens Amatuer League Women Amateur League A competitive social league above the Metro league
Womens Metro South Div 1

Womens Metro South Div 2

Womens Metro South Div 3

Social Competitive League
FCFC Girls League

FCFC Inhouse Miniroos program is for children aged 5 to 9 years old.  It is run on a Saturday morning at Hilton Park.

Under 10’s Girls League – ages 9 & 10 years

Under 12’s Girls League – ages 11 & 12 years

Under 14’s Girls League (Division 1 & 3) – ages 13 & 14 years

Under 16’s Girls League (Division 1 & 2) – ages 15 & 16 years

Under 18’s Girls League (Division 1) – ages 17 & 18 years