MiniRoos & Pre-NPL community registrations now open for 2021

Registrations for our MiniRoos and Pre-NPL community program are now open for the 2021 season and we are pleased to announce a significant reduction in fees, as well as an additional MiniRoos discount for City of Port Phillip residents.

MiniRoos is an introductory football program designed for kids of all abilities, with an emphasis on learning new skills, being active, making life-long friends and, potentially, unearthing the next generation of Socceroos or Matildas.

From the 2021 season, Football Victoria has restructured the NPL to start at the U14 age group. The U12s and U13s will be competing in a new community-based competition. We see this as an important transition phase from MiniRoos to the NPL, and aim to develop the skills of these players in a professional and constructive environment.

2021 MiniRoos and Pre-NPL Fee Structure

We’re pleased to be able to offer substantially reduced registration costs for our community teams for next season. This is a 50% reduction across the majority of age groups year on year. In support of the local community, we also offer City of Port Phillip residents a further fee reduction for MiniRoos.

Fees (incl. GST) for 2021 will be as follows:

  • MiniRoos (U7 – U11): $440 ($380 for CoPP residents)
  • Pre-NPL: (U12 &13): $990

How to Register

Click the button below to register for next year.

Please note, limited positions are available in the U12 & U13 teams, and may involve a trial process.

Further information on training and the payment process will be emailed to registered parties next year.

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