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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ANU FC is proud to announce a new sponsorship deal with Capital Clinic Physiotherapy


The new deal will see the experienced and popular Capital Clinic Physiotherapy become the ANU FC’s preferred physiotherapists for the 2014 football season.

Accurate injury prevention and successful treatment of injuries is not an aspect of the game that can be ignored.  As a result, with its ideal location in the heart of Canberra’s city centre, partnering with Capital Clinic Physiotherapy is a great opportunity for ANU FC and its members.

For this season Capital Clinic Physiotherapy will provide the club with a number of free consultation and treatment sessions to minor injuries while also providing an ongoing 10 per cent discount to all ANU FC members and affiliates for any private consultations.

ANU FC president Matt Caldow said it was exciting to secure a new and much needed physiotherapist as a sponsor for the club as it enters the new season.

“On behalf of all our members and supporters, I would like to welcome Capital Clinic Physiotherapy to the ANU FC,” he said.

“It is a long season ahead and with the support of our new sponsor, we can ensure that our players receive the guidance that they may need in relation to sporting injuries.”

“We also hope the sponsorship will be able to continue long into this club’s healthy future.”

For more information about Capital Clinic Physiotherapy, click here.

Further details, including when Capital Clinic Physiotherapy will be attending training, will be announced shortly.



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