WELCOME TO THE CARINE JUNIOR FOOTBALL CLUB
We thank the support of our Major Sponsor
NOTICE CJFC AGM
Notice is hereby given of the AGM for 2016 for Carine Junior Football Club to be held in the Meeting room of the Carine Tavern, Beach Road, Carine on Wednesday 9th November at 7pm.
For full notice of the evening please click here
Our 2016 Runner Up
Congratulations to our Year 7 boys in becoming the Runner Up. You have done the club proud.
As you might be aware there are significant works going at Beach Oval and there will be some challenges. The challenge of of not having club-rooms will unfortunately now extend in to the 2017 season. We are working with the City of Stirling to achieve a better outcome and level of support from them for next season and we will continue to try and get the best outcome for the club. Your patience and support is appreciated.
Want to keep up with Open and Modifieds fixtures, results and ladders, please click here to find out.
CJFC Facebook and APP
And don't forget to follow us on Facebook for all the latest club activity.
Our new app has been provided by one of our sponsors Minfo, downloading the Minfo CJFC app is easy (available on Apple Store & Andriod), through your relevant devices click here
Carine Junior Football Club (CJFC) is based in Perth's Northern suburbs with it's home at Carine Open Space Reserve on corner of Beach and Oxley Roads, Carine.
CJFC cater for Auskick (5-8 year olds) with a Sunday morning Auskick program, held at Monyash Reserve, Carine. We have teams in the Modifieds (year 4 -12 year olds) and Open (13-17 year olds) competitions that also compete against other Clubs on Sunday's.
The Club has a proud history and in 2015 celebrated its 35th Anniversary. The football program at Carine has been the breeding ground for many AFL, WAFL and WAAFL footballers, including current Geelong player Mitch Duncan , current Carlton player Simon White , former Gold Coast Suns Coach (and former West Coast Eagles Champion - Guy McKenna ), former West Coast players - Darren Glass and Mark Nicoski and current Subiaco players - Aiden Parker and Tim Edwards, current Claremont player - Ryan Neates . This breeding ground was also reaffirmed in 2010 with five AFL drafts, watch the video (click here ) and enjoy and see who you recognise!.
Carine Junior Football Club operates in the Subiaco Football Club District.