The Miniroos and Junior League competitions run for 18 rounds from Saturday 23 April to Saturday 10 September. This season there are no games scheduled on the Queen’s Birthday long weekend (June 11) and a two-week break in July school holiday (July 9 and 16).
From U10 through to Seniors, the competitions become inter-club run by the Capital Football. Teams play other clubs in the Canberra region and are required to travel to other club grounds (sometimes including road trips to Cooma, Yass, Goulburn, or Braidwood). Players in U10-16 can choose to trial if they want to be in Division 1 or 2 teams. Majura has social teams in Divisions 3-5 for players wanting to participate in a less competitive environment and do not want to trial. More information about grading is available on the Majura website.
Games will only be postponed if the fields are closed due to extreme, or extended wet, weather. To check the status of the grounds you can check the Majura Football Club Facebook Page or call the Wet Weather Hotline on (02) 6207 5957
Dickson Field Layouts
Games (for players aged 10 and over) held at the Majura Football Club home ground have the field layouts (note that these vary slightly depending on the age group) shown below.
|Age Group||Draw Link||Game Time||Game Duration||Team Size||Ball Size||Referee Fees|
|U10 Open||Link||11:30am||25 min halves||9 v 9||4|
|U10 Girls||11:30am||25 min halves||9 v 9||4|
|U11 Open||12:30pm||25 min halves||9 v 9||4|
|U11 Girls||12:30pm||25 min halves||9 v 9||4|
Age Group Coordinators
|U10 Open||vacant||Please contact Club Administrator|
|U10 Girls||vacant||Please contact Club Administrator|
|U11 Open||vacant||Please contact Club Administrator|
|U11 Girls||vacant||Please contact Club Administrator|
|MFC Trials Frequently asked Questions 2022|
|MFC U10 Competitions FAQ 2022|
|MFC U10-U12 Program Structure 2022|