The Club’s main objectives are to provide ANU staff and students and Canberra tertiary graduates with the opportunity to play soccer at all levels in the ACT region, improve their skills in a supportive and friendly environment and to promote the game in the community. All ANU FC members are expected to maintain a consistently high level of sportsmanship both on and off the field.

To this end the club has competed successfully for many seasons at many levels of competition within the Soccer Canberra Leagues. The club currently organises 14 teams which compete in most ACT leagues, State League Divisions 1-10 and Masters (over 35s). The Club’s home grounds are Willows and South Ovals at ANU.

The club was formed in 1962 as the “ANU Men’s Soccer Club” and changed the name to “ANU Football Club” at the AGM in October 2002. The club’s colours are royal blue and white and the Club emblem is the a crest with royal blue and white vertical stripes and the motto “vilis est sermo”.

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2015 Pre-season training


The 2015 season is coming!

Pre-season for ANUFC State League teams will start on Monday 16 February. Trainings will take place on Monday and Wednesday nights, and Saturday mornings. Sessions will occur on Willows Oval (synthetic ovals near the ANU gym) and South Oval.

As in previous years, ANUFC intends to field teams in all divisions of the Men’s State League competition. Come down early for the best chance of making a team!

Trials for the Capital League / Reserves (ie the top two teams in the Club) are already underway. If you’re keen to try out at the highest level, get amongst it! Next session is 6-8pm Wednesday 28 January at Willows Oval.

To play for ANUFC, you need to also become a member of the ANU Sport and Recreation Association. Current ANU students and staff are automatically members; all others will need to join the SRA for $120 (subject to eligibility requirements; see SRA memberships). Membership fees for ANUFC will be announced in the coming weeks.

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