Want To Take Your Football To Another Level? Find Out How In 2010...

The 2010 Youth Girls calendar is packed with opportunities to play representative football. Trying out for a representative team is a great way to develop your own game and to make new friends.

With more girls playing football than ever before not just in Victoria, but all across Australia, existing representative competitions have been altered to accommodate everyone.

No longer will there be a Victorian Youth Girls Championships; instead, Geelong and Bendigo will face off in a Country Youth Girls Championships, whilst the Eastern competition will have their own team this year and compete against the Norther, South Eastern and Western teams for the Nicole Graves Cup in the Metropolitan Youth Girls Championships.

The two match Interstate Challenge series that has been played out between Queensland and Victoria since 2007 will now include Western Australia and a combined ACT/NSW team. The new format will be the first Youth Girls Under 18 National Championships and will be staged in Melbourne in September.

Metropolitan Youth Girls Championships - The Nicole Graves Cup

  • Eastern
  • Northern
  • South Eastern
  • Western

Training/selection dates

  • 12/5
  • 19/5
  • 26/5 (selection)
  • 2/6
  • 9/6

Competition Dates

  • Round 1 - 12/6
  • Round 2 - 14/6
  • Round 3 - 23/6
  • Grand Final - 27/6

V-Line Cup - Country Youth Girls Championships

  • Bendigo
  • Geelong

Training/selection dates

  • to be announced

Competition Dates

  • Grand Final - 29/6

2010 Under 18 National Youth Girls Championships

  • Queensland
  • Victoria
  • Western Australia

Training/selection dates

  • 26/7
  • 2/8
  • 9/8
  • 16/8
  • 23/8 (selection)
  • 30/8
  • 6/9

Competition Dates

  • 9/9 - 12/9 (to be confirmed)


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