Wodonga Diamonds F.C
Respect | Development | Contribute | Inclusion | Be Your best
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Who We Are
Welcome to the Wodonga Diamonds Football Club, an amateur football club of the Albury - Wodonga Football Association.
We provide football opportunities for men, women, junior girls and junior boys across a multitude of teams. We’ve been around since 1974 and want YOU to be part of our proud Wodonga Diamonds tradition.
We have a healthy junior girls and boys program that continues to grow. From under 5s to under 16s, you will find a team for all ages.
We often have teams with positions available, so players are encouraged to submit their interest at any time of the season.
Led by experienced and passionate coaches, we:
- Assist in the transition of young players into senior football;
- Provide opportunities for players who have never played before;
- Maximise a healthy balance between football and the social side of it; and
- Provide an environment that promotes age and cultural diversity.
We cater for children from 4 to 11 years in our Miniroos program, focusing on learning new skills & being active.
If you’re a new player or a coach and want to be part of a club and team that values a mix of football and friendship, make an enquiry now!
PLAYMen's Women's Junior MiniRoosFOOTBALL
Wodonga Diamonds Football Club is one of the largest clubs in the Albury-Wodonga region.
Players are welcome to come and try their hand at representing the mighty Wodonga Diamonds Senior Men competition.
Our Women's Divisions are going from strength to strength. With divisions ranging from the reserve ladies to the more competitive senior division.
Wodonga Diamonds Football Club has a team to fit into anyone’s fitness, experience and expectations.
Wodonga Diamonds has one of the largest junior player base on the AWFA league, from under 11 to Under 16's.
Diamonds has a great range of both boys and girls in all divisions, focusing on fun, participation and competition.
With just over 210 Children registered in our MiniRoos (U5-U11) program, WDFC has the biggest MiniRoos group in Albury/Wodonga.
Our MiniRoos coaches are specifically qualified in small sided football (MiniRoos), with their focus and passion being the development of boys and girls at this age. Training styles of this this age group requires great patiences and understanding to ensure full benefits are developed while maintaining fun and enjoyment.
Respect the Game
On most weekends, tens of thousands of girls, boys, women and men can be found playing and officiating football matches across Victoria, watched and supported by thousands more parents, family members, club officials and volunteers.
Over time, a minority of these people have unfortunately decided that it is ok to:
- Abuse referees, both official and volunteers
- Scream and yell at players, coaches and officials
- Criticise performance rather than celebrate effort Ignore, manipulate and question rules and decisions.
The impact this behaviour has on our game cannot be understated. People stop playing the game, referees stop officiating, tensions between clubs rise. In order to make a genuine difference to the behaviour of everyone involved in our game, a cultural shift needs to occur. This needs to occur at all levels. We need to Respect The Game.
Level 3 Good Sport Accredited Club
Wodonga Diamonds has a Level 3 Good Sports accreditation, achieved by continuing to ensure that alcohol is sold/served away from children, having an alcohol policy in place and members trained in responsible service of alcohol (RSA).
The Good Sports program is an initiative of the Australian Drug Foundation (ADF) to develop safer and healthier communities. The program helps sporting clubs manage alcohol responsibly and reduce alcohol related problems such as binge and underage drinking.
Displaying the Good Sports logo sends an important message to club members and the community. It confirms that the club promotes a responsible attitude towards alcohol and that it provides a safe environment for players, members, families and supporters.
Visit the Good Sports website for more information about the program.