Football Camps Australia
With Australia being the home of AFL football, Footy Camps is a great way to keep children 4-12 years playing this great game in a fun and safe environment. We are pleased to be hosting further programs in Sydney, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart and Brisbane, allowing more children to enjoy Australia’s number one game!
Despite some tough weather conditions at times we always have access to indoor areas to keep the children out of the rain.
Whilst attending our footy programs children will learn all the football fundamentals like kicking, handpassing and marking. We also have many other fun activities like the 100 metre sprint, Footy trivia competition, goal kicking competition and our favourite the Footy Camps Australia Grand Final to finish the day.
All Footy camp coaches are currently involved playing or coaching football around Australia and all have a passion for working with young children. Children are placed in groups according to age, skill level and also friendship groups.
Footy Camps operate during term 1, term 2 and term 3 school holidays.
What You Need
Children should wear appropriate sporting apparel for the sport they are participating in. For example in the summer months shorts, t-shirt, runners and hat would be suitable. Children are encouraged to wear their favorite team jumpers or t-shirts as well.
We supply all equipment but also understand some children have their own and are more comfortable wearing it. Please have your name on all gear to avoid confusion at the camps.
Community Sports Camps provides morning and afternoon tea which consists of fruit and lollies throughout the two days. We also have water accessible throughout the camp for children to stay hydrated. It’s important for children to bring their own lunch and a water bottle.
- $160 per child (two days)
- $90 per child (one day)
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What Our Customers Say
“My son looks forward to participating in a sports camp every holidays. It is the one consistent thing he asks to do. Not only does he have a lot of fun, he develops his skills and learns to play in a team which in turn boosts his confidence.”