North West Sydney Women’s Football Association have been gripped with ALDI MiniRoos fever as the all-female association with over 3,000 registered players have implemented the Kick-off program in November.
Having been in operation as an association for 36 years now, ALDI MiniRoos football was introduced in 2011 to the association and since grown incredibly.
This season has seen clubs at North West Sydney Women’s FA rise to an incredible 85 teams of female footballers in the ALDI MiniRoos setup as hundreds of young girls flock football pitches with smiles on their faces each and every Sunday mornings.
North West Sydney Women’s Association believe that the ALDI MiniRoos Kick-off program is a brilliant concept in boosting their confidence and allows them to develop skills in a fun way in a safe environment with some of the best coaches within the area.
“The program is excellent value for money and we have introduced an incentive to families, so that if more than one girl registers from a family, the sibling will receive a discounted registration fee,” stated a North West Sydney Women’s spokesperson.
“We are very hopeful the program will attract more girls to football as we will be offering a safe, fun environment to develop their skills and a love of the game.”
Football NSW Game Development Officer Zac Riberio spoke of the importance this program played with the development of the game within the female football space.
“This is a great initiative in the girls only space through the ALDI MiniRoos Kick-Off program.
“The program will allow girls to play football while making new friends.
“It is important that the girls only space is available for Young aspiring Matildas to chase their dreams.
“North West Sydney Women’s FA have chosen to deliver the ALDI MiniRoos Kick-Off program as it caters for new participants that they believe will enjoy the experience and register to play football in 2018 for one of their clubs.”