This introductory program creates a pathway for girls aged four-eleven to get into football. The program is delivered in a safe and inclusive environment.

During the program girls to build confidence while learning the basic skills of the game without the added pressure of performing in games against other teams. 

What is MiniTillies?

  • A fun, introductory program taught in a supportive environment for girls aged four-eleven
  • Weekly sessions that build skills through progressive drills and games, and focus on fundamental movement skills;
  • Program delivery in an engaging and inclusive club environment;
  • All new participants receive a MiniRoos Participant Pack.

Find a MiniTillies site near you

More locations coming in 2024.

Become a Hub Coordinator

Each MiniTillies hub has a dedicated Hub Coordinator. These Hub Coordinators are the point of contact for parents and are there to ensure all sessions run smoothly and efficiently.

Their role within the program is to:

  • Promote the program locally and through existing networks;
  • Be the point of contact for parents;
  • Coordinate Coaches;
  • Manage the operational aspects of the program, including equipment, program set-up, facility management, and program delivery; and
  • Work with the Northern NSW Football to manage all program enquiries.


Become a Coach

Our Coaches are facilitators of fun football practices. Each Coach is responsible for a group of a maximum of 10 participants and will remain with that group for the duration of the program.

Their role within the program is to:

  • Plan, prepare, deliver, and review each and every session;
  • Keep the games moving fluently, limiting stoppages and encourage all players;
  • Create an environment that ensures all players have fun and have maximum involvement; and
  • Be flexible, patient and positive.

Each Coach has undertaken a (Grassroots) MiniRoos Football Coaching certificate and is able to offer your child the best possible football experience.