Trials have now started! Please register in the form below.
The ANUWFC's 2021 trials have now commenced. The trials registration google form is open! To register, please access the google form by clicking the gold button above. Please note that only registered players will be able to attend trials, so please ensure you have completed this form before trials commence or at latest before you start attending.
Trials will commence from the 2nd of February and will continue from then every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday on campus. Please refer to the calendar above for specific trial times and locations according to the division you are trying for. Though this will be the main point of reference, times and locations may potentially change due to the weather or other unforeseen circumstances. Therefore, please continue to check our Facebook page and website for potential updates. For more general information relating to trials, please access our 2021 Trials FAQ by clicking the navy button above. More information regarding trials will continue to be updated on our FAQ, as well as our Facebook page and website.
For all trial sessions, please ensure you arrive early so that you have time to check in, gear up and wear your numbers to assist the coaches in assessing you.
Equipment for trials:
Shin pads (COMPULSORY)
Soccer boots (NO metal studs)
Water (hydration is key!)
Please remember that registering and attending trials does not guarantee you a spot on a team. The best way to get a spot is to attend as many trials as possible and show the coaches your best efforts! Players will be assessed on their attitude, effort, listening skills, ability, availability, and how their position fits in a balanced team.
Trials are due to be completed in early March, at which point the outcomes will be emailed to players, and then preseason training will commence.
If you have any other questions, please feel free to email or message the club Facebook page and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Match Day Info
The basic compulsory equipment of a player includes:
A jersey – if undergarments are worn, the colour of the sleeve must be the same main colour as the sleeve of the jersey or shirt. ANUWFC will supply players with a jersey for the season.
Shorts – if undershorts or tights are worn, they must be the same main colour of the shorts. ANUWFC plays in royal blue shorts that can be purchased from the club or from a sports clothing store.
Socks – if tape or similar material is applied externally it must be the same colour as that part of the stockings it is applied to. Socks can be purchased from the club or from a sports clothing store.
Shorts are noted as a compulsory item to be worn for matches. Ideally, club shorts consistent in colour which clearly unifies the team. Players can be prohibited to participate in matches if they are not compliant with the laws of the games. ANUWFC will provide some of the equipment required for game days. This includes jerseys, practice balls and bibs for substitute player, and a first aid kit for each team.