Mt Lawley-Inglewood JFC
Who we are: MLIJFC Mission Statement
The Mt Lawley Inglewood Junior Football Club aims to provide an opportunity for local pre-primary, primary and high school-aged children to participate in Australian Rules football and enhance their health and wellbeing through organised sport, while making and maintaining friends from all backgrounds and having fun.
The club's committee, coaches and helpers are all volunteers.
The Roos will, at all times, endeavour to provide the best possible support for our players and volunteers through our resources, management, activities and values.
The Roos' values and objectives are:
To provide every child with the best opportunity to play football in a safe, fair and inclusive environment
To promote above all else "playing for fun''
To nurture the physical and mental development of our young
To uphold a reputation as a caring and professional club which has high standards and plays by the rules
To expect good sportsmanship and behaviours from all participants and attendees of matches and training
To ensure respect for officials, umpires, opposition players, teammates, coaches and volunteers
To abide by our player, coach and spectator Codes of Conduct.
To embrace and foster a strong sense of community
Mt Lawley Inglewood Junior football club has grown over the past 50 years to become one of the largest junior clubs in inner-suburban Perth, with more than 500 players aged 5 to 18.
Founded in 1972 as the Mounties, the Roos is a family-friendly club with a real spirit of community. Our ethos is to provide kids in our local community with the opportunity to learn the skills of AFL, as well as diversity and inclusion, while having fun with their teammates in a safe and welcoming environment. Our role as parents, coaches and volunteers is to educate the kids about the game, the land we play on and different cultures within the game, while guiding them on their journey from children to good citizens in our community.
For 49 years, the Roos were at Moyle Pavilion at Inglewood Oval. In 2022, the Roos moved into brand new facilities at the adjacent Hamer Park in Mt Lawley. Our new, state-of-the-art clubrooms and pavilion – provided by the City of Stirling - are located at the Second Avenue entrance to Hamer Park, just off North St. With ample parking on both sides of the oval, visitors are encouraged to park near Mt Lawley Senior High School in Stancliffe St.
CODES OF CONDUCTS
All Roos families to required to adhere to our Codes of Conduct. Players, parents, coaches, team officials, volunteers, spectators, supporters or anyone else associated with the MLIJFC should be familiar with the documents.