Women

women – all age and 35+

We have a number of teams for both Women All Age (18-35) and 35+ in a range of divisions. Come and join us at Kisso, where you’ll find a fun and supportive team to suit you. There’s a team for those wanting to play at the highest possible level, and those wanting a more social game. You’ll soon discover why football is one of the fastest growing sports for women in Australia.

If you’re new to the sport, or if you’ve played for years, a warm welcome awaits.

Training generally takes place one evening a week at Auluba, Howson or Comenarra oval. Matches are held on Sundays at 1:00pm or 3:00pm and range from Berowra to Northbridge.

The competition starts in April and ends in September, with pre-season activities in February and March. There may be be a trial match to help with grading our teams. In the off-season, there are opportunities for a casual kick-around on a Sunday morning and small-sided “Summer Soccer” (eg on a Monday or Wednesday night).

To find out more, please don’t hesitate to email our friendly VP for Women’s Football.

SEASOn ’22 FORMAT for SENIOR WOMEN

The season has 21 weeks. There will be 18 competition rounds for all leagues with one (1) wet-weather weekend. Finals series will only be scheduled if all competition rounds are completed prior to 19 August. 

All divisions in Senior Women’s Football will have 18 round competitions (less washouts) with a two-week finals series for the top two teams (1st vs 4th, 2nd vs 3rd; winners progress to Grand Final). 

The format for individual competitions is as follows: 

  • 8-team divisions – 14 rounds, enabling each team to play every other team once at home and once away. Following the conclusion of the first 14 rounds, there will be a split for Rounds 15 – 17, with the top four each playing each other once and the bottom four playing against each other once. Please note that this split will not occur until every competition game of the first 14 rounds is completed. Points will carry over for these final three competition rounds and the Premiership winner will be the team that finishes in first position within the top four split. 
  • 9-team divisions – 18 rounds [each team will have two (2) byes across the 18 weeks] + 2-week finals series
  • 10 team divisions – 18rounds+2-week finals series