Coaching Courses and the Long Weekend Break

MiniRoos Coaching Certificate

Capital Football in conjunction with Majura FC will be running a MiniRoos Coaching Certificate this Thursday June 9, 6.00-9.00pm at Dickson Fields. The course is free but you do need to register on the link below.

The 3 hour course is designed for coaching 5-9 year old players who are in the discovery phase of their football life. It’s fully practical (so come ready to join in games) and encourages coaches to develop practices that are fun. The emphasis is on natural development so learning by playing football. Organising fun football exercises is the key to helping players build a love for the game.

Another highlight of the course is that the coaches are exposed to basic rules of the game as well as tips and hints on building a football culture in a completely practical setting. The course is open to everyone whether your coaching now or want to coach in the future.

Register for a MiniRoos Coaching Certificate Now

No Games on the June Long Weekend (with a few exceptions!)

There will be no games this weekend except for our Capital Premier League teams and U16 and U18 teams. Majura Pee Wees to U15 teams and all our Senior teams have the long weekend off so enjoy the break and we’ll see you all back on the pitch on June 18-19.


Majura FC has Denham compression wear available at our merchandise shop at the clubhouse which is open every Saturday of the season. Now that winter’s here it’s time to get some game day compression shirts and shorts that have a second skin fit. Shirts are available in white for $55 and shorts in royal blue for $40 to match Majura uniform.


Can you Bring your Dog to Games?

We have had some issues each week with dogs at Dickson fields. Dogs are not allowed at fields, ovals and playing areas when formal sport is being played unless they are an assistance dog and you have a permit. Even if your dog is on leash they are still not allowed at Dickson Playing Fields on Saturdays.

Please leave your dog at home as not only do you risk a fine, there are also children who are so scared of dogs (no matter how friendly they are), that they can’t play when there is a dog around.

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