The 2017 VAFA women’s competition continues to grow exponentially each week and the VAFA anticipates more than 30 teams competing in the inaugural year.
With AFL Victoria announcing the end of the Victorian Women’s Football League (VWFL) last week, the newly-formed VAFA competition stands to be the largest in Victoria.
— AFL Victoria (@aflvic) November 8, 2016
As such, there are a number of coaching positions available for clubs entering next year’s competition, including De La Salle, West Brunswick, Chadstone, Marcellin, Oakleigh and the Brunswick Renegades.
— Chadstone Footy Club (@ChadstoneFC) November 16, 2016
Pre-season is around the corner! First session on Monday the 21st of November – starting early but worth it for the fitness ????
— SKOB Saints (@skobsaints) November 16, 2016
It is one of the biggest developments in the Association’s 124-year history so don’t miss your chance to play a role.
For a full list of positions and to apply, click HERE