Everyone at the club is excited to see the Juniors back at CRFC. Teams across a range of different age groups are offered training to prepare for entry into this year's league competitions. Teams in Junior leagues aim to improve participation in the community, discipline and fitness. Our past association with the Victorian Churches Football League encourage appropriate behavior on and off the sporting field.
We have a many Senior teams who play in Saturday or Sunday Leagues to accommodate all members wishing to play on weekends. The men's senior teams in play competitive leagues and friendlies through-out the year. The teams train twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Individuals looking participate in these competitions should be 16 years or older. Whatever your ability, if you're; looking to play outdoor football for the first time; come back to the game; or pushing to higher levels, new members are always welcomed at CRFC.
Our ladies had a fantastic year in 2022 and we welcome more women to join our ladies team for another season in 2023. This growing competition demonstrates the expanding interest in the sport amongst females, looking to increase their fitness, social engagements and challenge themselves. We are also looking for female leaders with an interest to join the club coaching team. By joining the coaching team, you'll be learning new skills and confidence to train our club's future to even greater success.
The Croydon Ranges Mini Blues was an introductory program introduced by the Croydon Ranges Football Club in 2020. This program is tailored to teach the core skills of the game to young boys and girls in fun, inclusive, progressive steps and matches the fitness needs and capabilities for each age group. To find out more about Croydon Ranges Mini Blues programs, registration and upcoming sessions please contact us.
Croydon Ranges Football Club support those wishing to play from Seniors to well into retirement, we have Veterans (Over 35s) and Legends (Over 45s, Over 55s). These competitions typically focus on social football, we try to schedule competition games in the evening and leave the weekends free. Training isn't compulsory but it's encouraged and it's enjoyable; importantly post training is an opportunity to involuntary hear how great your team mates once were. Seriously, sport is a well-known way to support men's health. The 'Vets' actively support each other and work with a range of organisations that encourage awareness of health issues.
You don't have to play in a team, why not join as a member only, this entitles you to enroll in club clinics and many of the club functions. We have a number of nomads who train only, simply to develop their skills and keep fit with a workout on grass, with a ball (no gyms, no push bikes and lycra shorts).
What to expect at CRFC
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Postal address: William Rd, Croydon, Victoria, Australia