Parkmore Junior Football Club has always been fortunate in having very hardworking and dedicated members, players and families over the past 40 years. This has been reflected in the success of the Club, and a large number of the Life Members are still very involved.

Parkmore Football Club - Auskick Program

Want to give footy a go?

Parkmore Junior Football Club in conjunction with Springers Leisure Centre are proud to bring you the following options for Auskick. Your child can come along to whatever session suits your timetable or you can come along to all sessions if you like - all for the same Auskick registration fee price, no extra charge!


Friday night Springers Pirates Auskick
5:00pm at Springers Leisure Centre, contact Sonia Gebert on 0435 651 219. 

Saturday morning Parkmore Pirates Auskick
9:00am at Wachter reserve, contact Sonia Gebert on 0435 651 219. 

For boys and girls. All abilities catered for.


Every week during the AFL season, except school holidays.

Auskick Friday location is Springers Leisure Centre, Cheltenham Road, Keysborough

Auskick Saturday location is Wachter Reserve, Wahroongah Road, Keysborough


For more information or any further queries, please contact Michael Palma on 0407 566 155


Auskick - You're on the winning team!


Have Fun!

G'day boys, girls and parents,

We would like to WELCOME you to the Auskick team.
Auskick is the Australian Football League?s key introductory program for primary school-aged boys and girls and their families. Through a WEEKLY COACHING PROGRAM you will learn the skills of the game through appropriately modified activities and rules, play football in a fun and safe environment and make plenty of new friends too!

PARENTS - did you know that the program was supported by more than 18,000 volunteers around the country last year? THIS TEAM IS FOR YOU TOO! The involvement of parents is an integral component of the success of the program, so we encourage you to get out of the car and get involved. Your centre coordinator and coach will provide you with all the help and advice you need. You do not need to have a background in the game, just the willingness to spend more time with your children, learn new skills, get active and make new friends.

As a parent myself, I know there are always some questions.

Is it OK for boys and girls?
You bet it is; everyone is involved.


Is it OK for kids and their parents?
It sure is, so get mum and dad involved. It?s run by the community for the community.

Is it fun?
You?re joking, is footy fun? It?s the greatest game in the world.


Is it safe?
Auskick has been developed with fun and safety as its prime drivers. Each centre has coordinators at the helm to answer any of your questions and provide the right guidance.


Will it work for very young kids?
Auskick starts with five-year-olds and teaches kids fundamental motor skills.


What will we get out of it?
Everyone, boys, girls and parents, will learn the skills of the best game in the world and be physically active while new friends. Auskick is for life.


Anything else I need to know?
Yep, if you have a go, you?ll end up fitter and healthier and discover part of yourself you never knew existed.

For more fun and games go to the Auskick website


AFL Auskick Rules


The AFL Auskick Rules are designed to ensure that participation in the game falls within the development philosophy of the program. The AFL Auskick policy, designed by the best experts available to the AFL, is for the game of Australian football for primary school aged children to:


  • Be fun and safe.
  • Be designed specifically to maximise participation, skill learning and development.
  • Be based upon rules and procedures appropriate to the children involved.
  • Involve appropriately accredited coaches.
  • Provide a logical, sequential transition from introductory level through to competitions at club and/or school.
  • Be managed by the community.


Wet Weather Policy: If it's raining on Auskick day, parents will be advised via SMS if the session will be running