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MCFC Juniors

Mandurah City FC in Western Australia nurtures young talents through inclusive junior football programs for girls and boys, focusing on skill development, teamwork, and gender equality. The club provides age-appropriate training, emphasizing technical skills, sportsmanship, and creating a supportive environment for players to grow both on and off the field.



The club's junior football division offers a comprehensive pathway for young athletes, starting from the age of five. Emphasizing skill development, teamwork, and sportsmanship, the junior program nurtures talent from grassroots levels to competitive youth leagues. With qualified coaches and excellent facilities, the club ensures that young players receive the best training and support, fostering a love for the game and a solid foundation for their future football careers.


We offer club soccer for players under 8's to Under 18s with MiniRoo’s, MiniRoo’s Girls, Junior Boys League, Junior Girls League and Junior NPL teams.

Our junior club success is reliant on the participation of all families – everyone gets involved to make junior soccer rewarding and fun for everyone.



Provide a fun, safe, inclusive and encouraging environment for girls and women of all ages and abilities to enjoy football, develop their skills and foster their passion for the beautiful game.


To be a leading female football program in the region, recognised for its excellence in coaching, player development and community engagement. To inspire and empower girls and women to achieve their full potential on and off the field. To promote female football as a fun, healthy and rewarding activity for everyone where females know their worth and have the right to access opportunities and resources. To build female confidence and self worth to help with life's challenges


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Our Juniors Pathway




At grassroots level we focus on instilling a love for the sport and building fundamental skills. Our MiniRoos participate in the local leagues providing a platform for players to develop their technical abilities and understanding of teamwork.




In our youth development pathway players benefit from specialised coaching that hones their skills, both individually and collectively. Emphasis is placed on tactical understanding, physical conditioning and mental resilience ensuring a well-rounded development.




Successful progression through youth levels opens doors to senior level opportunities, including participation in our State Division, Amateur or Social League. Development progression as well with aspirations to elevate to Women's and Men's NPL.

Meet the Team


Matt Beezley

Junior & Youth Football Director

Hi, I’m Matt, the Junior and Youth Football Director at MCFC.

The emphasis of our junior teams will be to create a culture where kids love to play the game. To encourage, inspire and empower each player to be able to reach their highest level possible within the game and to appreciate the benefits of teamwork while contributing to the wider community.


Mel Lorteo

Female Football Director 

My Name is Mel and I am the Female Football Director at MCFC. I work in a Specialist Centre for Autism, have my C Licence qualification , coach and currently play in the Womens State Division One side. I have been at Mandurah City for 27 years and am very passionate about offering a safe, inclusive and fun footballing environment for all females to enjoy.


Phil Ragan

Junior Coaching Coordinator

Hi I am Phil and I am the Junior Coaching Coordinator at MCFC. I am a big believer in working hard and having a positive mindset noting that positivity is often infectious! I also believe results at junior and youth level are not the priority, noting that winning is usually a by product of working hard, listening to coaches and having a good attitude. 

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