See Junior Football for the Season Dates.
Under 10–Under 11
MiniRoos Under 10–Under 11 Draws on SportsTG
Under 7 Draw
Under 7 Draw as at 2 May 2019
Under 8 Draws
Under 8 A—8 Team Draw as at 20 Apr 2019, game start time 9:45 am
- Belwest Bandicoots
- Belwest Kangaroos
Under 8 B—8 Team Redraw as at 15 May 2019, game start time 9:45 am
- Belwest Koalas
- Belwest Echindas
Under 8 C—8 Team Draw as at 19 Apr 2019, game start time 9:45 am
- Belwest Crocodiles
- Belwest Tassie Devils
Under 8 D—10 Team Redraw as at 15 May 2019, game start time 9:45 am
- Belwest Platypus
- Belwest Wallabies
Under 9 Draws
Under 9 A—10 Team Draw as at 19 Apr 2019
- Belwest Dragons
- Belwest Wolves
Under 9 B—8 Team Draw as at 19 Apr 2019
- Belwest Bears
- Belwest Sharks
Under 9 C—10 Team Draw as at 19 Apr 2019, Burgmann field address updated 9 May 2019
- Belwest Panthers
- Belwest Lions
Under 9 D—6 Team Draw (Redraw) as at 2 May 2019
- Belwest Pumas
- Belwest Rhinos
Team Managers/Coaches will organise parents to set up and take down fields as required so that games can start on time.
Fields Layout for Under 7 and instructions for field setup.
Fields Layout for Under 8 and Under 9 and instructions for field setup.
Fields Layout for Under 10 and Under 11 and instructions for field setup.
Registration for MiniRoos Under 7–Under 9 is opening soon
Go to How to Register to secure your child's place.
If you have any questions, email your Age Coordinator, see the Belwest Contacts for their email address.
What is MiniRoos?
MiniRoos is a smaller version of football that provides boys and girls aged 4 - 11 with a fun introduction to the world game. If your son or daughter is aged between 4 and 11 they will play MiniRoos.
MiniRoos is designed for kids; it is all about having fun, learning new skills and making life-long friends. Delivered by grassroots clubs across Australia, MiniRoos provides opportunities for boys and girls of all abilities, shapes and sizes to play football. Football is the game that everyone can play, so get involved and become a MiniRoo today!
How will my children learn to play 11 v 11 if they are playing MiniRoos?
The progression through the MiniRoos formats of 4v4, 7v7 and 9v9 is a sound educational method and process to ready your child to play 11v11. The progression helps players discover the differences in the size of the field and size of the goal and the benefits of having more space. It also helps children to learn to use different and well-developed techniques to play a more tactical game, as well as assisting them in understanding the role of different positions and determining what best suits them.
For more on the rules for age groups 4-7, 8 and 9, 10 and 11 and all the regulations re: playing times, pitch size and see the MiniRoos Club Resources.