Sporting Schools - Who can deliver?

SCHOOL OFFERINGS - Self-funded programs

Our aim is to spark the love of football in students through fun activities, games and challenges whilst also teaching our future leaders fundamental physical, social and cognitive skills. 

We have the ability to tailor our football offerings to suit your school needs, whether that be a one day Festival of Football, multi-sport events, training sessions for upcoming competitions, lunch time sport and more!  

Football Australia will link local football clubs with schools to facilitate an ongoing relationship and provide further opportunity for students to continue their football journey outside of school, whether that be MiniRoos Kick Off, MiniRoos Club or Junior Football. 

To enquire about a school offering or program, please complete the Expression of Interest Form below: 


Teachers can deliver Primary School Football (MiniRoos Kick-Off) and Secondary School Football programs in Sporting Schools by meeting the requirements below:

  • Hold a valid state and/or territory teacher registration
  • Confirm adequacy of insurance
  • Approved by  A-League/W-League Club


To become a coach and deliver football in Sporting Schools please ensure you are working towards the following requirements:

  • Be aged 16 years or over
  • Hold a current Working With Children Check
  • Confirm adequacy of insurance
  • Completed Football Australia Grassroots Certificate Course

Please contact Football Australia Schools to enquire about Coaching in Schools -

Coaching Providers

Sporting Schools is an Australia-wide program in partnership with more than 35 national sporting organisations (NSO), of which Football Australia is one.

Football Australia coordinates all Sporting Schools programs and do not require external coaching providers. For further information please contact Football Australia.