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As many as 29 Community Football Leagues and 272 Clubs exist throughout regional and metro South Australia for more than 50,000 men, women, boys and girls. The introduction of a south-east football council is the perfect example of SANFL supporting grassroots footy as the majority of these leagues are SANFL affiliated and zoned to a SANFL League club. Latest News View All. 1:08 SANFL APM.
This year the EDFL fielded five teams in the AFL Victoria Metro Junior Championships, with all five scoring at least two wins in their three games. Jamie Morey Photography Gallery Our 14A side won all three of their games against the Riddell District, South East Juniors and Western Region Football Leagues, resulting in the EDFL earning promotion into Division 1 for 2018.
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The South Metro Junior Football League (SMJFL) came into existence in 2012, after the Moorabbin Saints Junior Football League (MSJFL) was renamed in order to better represent the League's geographical spread and its presence in south-east metropolitan Melbourne. In 2015, the SMJFL consists of 27 member clubs, fielding 391 teams playing Australian Rules football across 52 different divisions.
The Q-League will launch in 2020 to replace the SEQ Football competition, and has been designed to celebrate Queensland’s cultural diversity. The Q-League is a structured league competition, professionally managed by FQ with a focus on multiculturalism and inclusion, and will feature a number of South East Queensland community teams in 2020.
Southwest Metro Football League. The SWML is a youth football league for grades 4 through 8, made up of traveling football teams from communities located in the southwest suburbs of the Twin Cities (Minnesota) metro area. The cities that currently make up the SWML are: Chanhassen; Chaska; Eden Prairie; Prior Lake; Orono; The league was created for youth football teams from the various member.
The Junior Football League of Central Illinois (JFLOCI) is the Midwest's preeminent youth sports league, offering Flag Football, Tackle Football, and Cheerleading. The JFLOCI is committed to ensuring a positive youth sports experience and advancing player safety by providing league-wide coaching education and teaching resources that benefit players, parents, and coaches.