The Auskick program makes learning to play Australian Rules Football fun, safe and easy for boys and girls alike. By attending weekly coaching sessions the children will learn the skills of the game in an exciting, social and safe environment. The Auskick program operates all over Australia.

NAB AFL Auskick is the best introduction for kids into the world of Australian Football. Auskickers run, jump, kick, laugh, express themselves and create their own special moments that just happens to be footy. No matter if you know the game or not, Auskick is inclusive for everyone aged 5-12 at any ability to play.

Children will learn fundamental motor skills vital for future physical activity and sports participation. Learning how to interact with others in a team situation through group activities will be a special focus.

The program also is a fantastic opportunity for parents to interact with their children through the Auskick activities. You can make new friends and learn about the sport, whilst spending some quality time with your children. Check out all the benefits of Auskick for kids and parents here.

Auskick is a great introduction to our great Aussie game. For all details of EFC Auskick program and to register please visit the Auskick website. If you have any issues with registration, please contact SANFL directly via email at


Edwardstown Football Club promotes a safe and fun playing environment for Junior teams. EFC has Junior teams starting from under 7 to under 16.5 for boys and under 10 to under 16 for girls.

Visit the SANFL website to register a Junior Player.

Edwardstown is growing and growing, thanks to all our fantastic families. We want new players, so Edwardstown FC welcomes your friends and family to join us. Please bring them out to training and if there's no training yet please send through an email with info and we'll get in contact them.

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The Parent's Handbook contains important information relating to the Junior Football Competition at Edwardstown Football Club including:

  • Club contacts

  • Social Activities & Fundraising

  • Code of Conduct & Issue Resolution

  • Season Information

  • Volunteering & Sponsorship Opportunities

Download your copy of the Parent's Handbook here.




  • Children learn the fundamental motor skills for future physical activity and sports participation.

  • Children learn the basics of fitness conditioning, including how to train and practise.

  • Children learn the basic principles and importance of health and nutrition.

  • Through specially arranged physical activities and games, some very important mental and psychological skills are nurtured. These include self-motivation, self-responsibility, self-management, persistence, resilience and a best effort always attitude.

  • Through specially arranged team activities, children learn important social skills, including cooperation and respect for others.

  • Contact with older children and adults provides valuable role model experiences.

  • Generally, children benefit from greater levels of confidence and self-awareness and improved health, fitness and overall well-being.

  • Physical activity develops motor and social skills and intellectual capacities.

  • NAB AFL Auskick can assist in reducing self-destructive and delinquent behaviour in young people and contribute to a more disciplined attitude.

  • Community structures often serve as positive models for other community programs that rely on volunteer support.

  • Growth in NAB AFL Auskick benefits our economy, as do the savings on health expenditure that flow from a fitter and healthier population.

  • Physically active children are more attentive, have a more efficient memory, enhanced creativity and better learning, and problem solving and attitude capabilities.

  • NAB AFL Auskick helps children to develop their full potential.



  • Convenient, local opportunities for safe, quality family time that results in family bonding.

  • The opportunity to engage with children and other families in physical activities and games.

  • Greater social contact and interaction.

  • Benefits to the community.

  • A stronger social fabric and improved community health.

  • Enhanced family and non-family support networks.

  • Decreased antisocial behaviour.

  • Community structures often serve as positive models for other community programs that rely on volunteers.

  • Growth in NAB AFL Auskick benefits our economy, as do the savings on health expenditure that flow from a fitter and healthier population.

Edwardstown Football Club


East Terrace

South Plympton SA 5038

Postal Address

PO Box 103

Edwardstown SA 5039

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Edwardstown Football Club, nicknamed The Towns, is an Australian Rules Football club competing in the Adelaide Footy League.

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