We’re looking for players! Are you ready? Be on the pitch this weekend!
At SMWFC we want to be the premier women’s football club in both the state and nationally. Whether you want to play socially or strive to be selected in NPLW squads in the future, we have teams to cater for players in a fun, safe, enjoyable and development focused environment.
In 2018 our youth teams have focused on developing our footballers to progress to NPLW squads. There will be a clear link in the playing style that will be incorporated by all of our NPLW and SMWFC teams. This will allow us to identify talent and clear objectives in player development.
We are committed to providing talented players with the opportunity to train within the NPLW squads if identified through their development plans and progression throughout the season.
Spring Training opportunity
Spring training commencing early November, please register your interest and lock in your place
2019 Player Positions
South Melbourne FC has now opened Expressions of Interests for their 2019 girls squads.
All players wishing to be considered are to complete the form using the link below, and a member of our Technical team will be in contact.
All registrations are held in complete confidence, and are not discussed outside the club.
For our members to achieve and continuously experience excellence and enjoyment in their Football journey
To be at the forefront of Women’s Football through our actions, core values, beliefs and on field performances.
Pit Building 6, Aughtie Dr, Melbourne VIC 3206, Australia
PO Box 1349, South Melbourne VIC 3205
1978 – Promotion (Women’s Division Two)
2011 – Champions (Women’s Premier League)
2013 – Premiers (Women’s Premier League)
2013 – Finalists (State Knockout Cup)
2014 – Premiers (Women’s Premier League)
2014 – Champions (Women’s Premier League)
2014 – Finalists (State Knockout Cup)
2015 – Champions (Women’s Premier League)
2016 – Premiers (Women’s State League One N/W)
2016 – Champions (Women’s State League One)
2016 – Promotion (to National Premier League)
2017 – Premiers (Women’s State League Two N/W)
2017 – Champions (Women’s State League Two)
2017 – Promotion (to Women’s State League One)
Football Federation Victoria
2005 – Katie Neville (Goalkeeper of the Year)
2006 – Afifa Saad (Goalkeeper of the Year
2011 – Alan Davidson (Coach of the Year)
2011 – Laura Spiranovic (Player of the Year)
2013 – Tiffany Eliadis (Player of the Year)
2013 – Jessica Au (Player of the Grand Final)
2014 – Tiffany Eliadis (Player of the Year)
2014 – Natalie Martineau (Player of the Grand Final)
Club Leading Goal Scorer
2011 – Laura Spiranovic (26 goals)
2012 – Laura Spiranovic (19 goals)
2013 – Tiffany Eliadis (29 goals)
2014 – Tiffany Eliadis (24 goals)
2015 – Brittany Dudley-Smith (19 goals)
2016 – Caitlin Greiser (28 goals)
2017 – Maryam Anvari (20 goals)