Footy is Australia’s favourite sport which is loved and played by kids across every corner of South Australia. There’s a range of programs we run in every part of the State, from AFL Auskick to school holiday programs to playing competition footy for your local club.
We’re all about making footy fun, getting kids active, teaching skills, and helping boys' and girls' reach their dream of playing at an elite level. Find out which footy program is right for you.
NAB AFL Auskick is the perfect introduction to Australian Football for boys and girls in a fun and safe environment. Participants learn the basic skills across a 8-10 week program during Term 1, Term 2 or Term 3 of the school year.
SANFL manages more than 300 Auskick centres for more than 10,000 participants across South Australian schools and local football clubs – so there’s bound to be one near you!
The SANFL Next Step Program is designed to provide an opportunity to all junior and youth footballers to take the next step in their footy career. It is the perfect way for boys and girls to hone their skills under the guidance of SANFL's qualified coaches at an elite venue.
SANFL is catering for the ever-expanding participation from girls and women with the SANFL Statewide Super Women's League for senior players and the SANFL Statewide Super Shield for those aged Under-15 and Under-17.
Regular Female Footy Fun Days run by SANFL are also a great way of getting involved for the first time.
Having fun is the name of the game as children are provided with the ideal opportunity to keep active and make friends during the school breaks.
They will also have the chance to rub shoulders and learn skills from their SANFL heroes with many clubs also offering merchandise as part of their packages.
Welcome to Australian Rules Football (WTARF) is football clinic based program introducing new cultures and families to Australian rules football through practical sessions and education session. This is usually a 5 session program, held at schools, football clubs or community centres.