The WAFC & AFL have developed the exciting online AFL QUIZ for students. The competition promotes collaborative learning rewarding the winners with terrific prizes. Go to www.aflquiz.com.au to register.
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
The Eagles Cup is a interschool football competition for students in Years 5 & 6 played during Terms 2 or 3. The Eagles Cup uses modified rules to allow for maximum participation, enjoyment and skill development and involves schools of similar size and in close proximity to each other playing on a weekly basis (min 3 weeks).
Each WAFL district has a coordinator who organises and administers the competition.
If you would like to participate in this competition register through the online registration form.
Simply select the "Eagles Cup" option under Competitions. Proudly supported by the WAFC and the West Coast Eagles in partnership with BHP Billiton.
Download the 2017 Eagles Cup Handbook and complete the Eagles Cup Divisional Winners Form.
Eagles Faction Footy is an intra-school program which offers students the opportunity to learn the skills of footy in a fun, safe environment with friends from their own school faction.
This non-contact program is ideal for physical education lessons or lunch time competitions. Schools can run competitions during any school term using AFL 9s, modified or student-derived rules with points going towards the school’s faction shield/trophy.
Download the Eagles Faction Footy Guidelines
How do I get my school involved? Register at school-program-and-competition-registration/primary-school
All schools to register will receive:
Students can run this competition using AFL SEPEP model.
For more information contact your WAFC Development Officer
This competition is partnered by the West Coast Eagles and BHP Billiton.
The Freo Dockers Cup is an interschool competition for female students in Years 5 & 6. The competition is played either as a one day lightning carnival (organised by individual schools or WAFC Development Officers) or in a round robin format (min 3 weeks). The modified rules allow for maximum participation, enjoyment and skill development.
Contact your WAFC Football Development Officer for umpire support. The District will endeavor to provide umpires but this may not be possible for all carnivals.
Register your interest through the online registration form. Simply select the "Freo Dockers Cup" option under Competitions.
The WAFC will support & resource winter sports carnivals (conducted in regions or divisions as per swimming/athletics carnivals) where football is played via the Freo Dockers Shield.
Games are played under AFL Junior rules with an emphasis on participation, enjoyment and skill development.
For further information or to confirm your carnival date/s requesting support please contact contact your WAFC Football Development Officer .
Register your interest through the online registration form. Simply select the "Freo Dockers Shield" option under Competitions.
Freo Fast Ball, Freo Kwik Kick and Freo Long Bomb are curriculum based football activities that give students another platform to develop their skills.
By registering, teachers are provided with educational and promotional resources to assist in their implementation of these competitions.
Schools are encouraged to nominate their students to compete in the state semi finals held at Fremantle Oval in the July school holidays, culminating in the Grand Final day as a curtain raiser to a Fremantle Dockers home game at Domain Stadium in August.
Download the Freo Footy Skills 2017 Manual
Register through the online registration form. Simply select the "Freo Footy Skills" option under Competitions.
Enter your results through the online results form.
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