2019 Registrations Open
Welcome to season 2019 with Edithvale Aspendale Junior Football (EAJFC) Club.
Our Second Open Day will be on 1 March 6pm at Regents Park, apparel sales, mouthguard fittings.
Please ensure you register your children by March 3rd 2019 to ensure their place in a team.
By registering early you will assist the Club and FDJFL in timely team allocations, training times and fixturing.
Congratulations to our premiership winners
Edithvale -Aspendale Blues
Under 12 Gold
Edithvale -Aspendale Blue
And to our Female Coach of the year
Everyone wants to be #1… and we are striving to be just that. We are passionate about our boys and girls, our team’s development, our community and our club sportsmanship,
We provide a safe, fun and educational environment for all our junior Footballers and we believe we have have the best coaches and support of parents bar none.
We provide teams in Under 9's with teams in every age group up to and including the Under 17's competition . This includes under 12, under 14 and under 16's girls teams.
Check out the players and committee who make up our winning team and of course our coaches who are the people who coach our young kids.
The Edithvale Aspendale Junior Football Club aims to provide an opportunity for the members of our local area to participate in Australian Rules Football and enhance their health and wellbeing through organised sport. The Club, will at all times, endeavour to provide for the health, welfare and wellbeing of its members.
This aim will be achieved by promoting and developing the following values and objectives:
DEVELOPMENT – nurture the physical and mental development of our members
SAFETY - foster a safe club environment
ONE CLUB - Eagles #weflyasone
INCLUSION – equal opportunity for everyone
ENJOYMENT – fun and participation ahead of winning̈
RESPECT – for each other, officials and opponents
Children play sport for the challenge of the contest.
Children like to win but participation & fun come first.
Parents need to set the right example at the game.
Parents should be proud irrespective of the result.
Sport is vital to developing children’s self esteem.
Sport for children is a key part of their growing up
"The higher we are placed, the more humbly we should walk"
Marcus Tullius Cicero