Harper’s Field Clubrooms, including the gymnasium, will be closed until further notice.
Football games have been suspended until review date of 31 May 2020 with hope to commence on the weekend of 13 June 2020.
Football training has been suspended until further notice.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during these unprecedented times.
Golden Grove Football Club
Registrations for Auskick have now opened for players aged 5 to 10. Click on this link to register:
GGFC will be running an Auskick program from 2 May on Saturday mornings at 9am. In addition, GGFC will be offering players the opportunity to play in inter-club carnivals (wearing the mighty Kookaburra guernsey!) against other clubs.
Register your interest now and start your footy journey at GGFC 💛💙💚
* Note that SANFL has made it mandatory for any players wanting to play Under 7 in 2021 to have done the Auskick program first *
We have limited vacancies in our mixed teams (Under 7, Under 8 and Under 9), boys teams (Under 13 and Under 14), and Girls teams (Under 10, Under 12, Under 14, and Under 16).
Registrations are done online via this link:
For any information about registering, enquiries or transfers, please contact email@example.com
U7 to U8 boys Week beginning 9/3/2020
U9 to U10 boys Week beginning 24/2/2020
U10 girls Week beginning 24/2/2020
U11 to U16 boys Week beginning 27/1/2020
U12 – U16 girls Week beginning 27/1/2020
All teams to be off the oval as soon as their allotted training time is complete to allow the next team to commence on time.
Club (bar & snacks) will be open every training night from 4.45pm commencing TBC – meals will also be available Thursday nights from 6.15pm commencing TBC.
Please ensure no alcohol is brought into the complex as this is in breach of our liquor licence.
Golden Grove Football Club has been crowned Good Sports South Australian Club of the Year at the national Good Sports Awards in Canberra.
Good Sports clubs from across the country were today honoured at Parliament House for their commitment to building healthy and inclusive environments, where members look out for one another around alcohol and tobacco management, safe transport, healthy eating, mental health and positive spectator behavior.
Golden Grove Football Club was named South Australian Club of the Year for inspiring positive change and building a healthy, family-friendly club. It receives $500 for its achievements.
President Kate Grandey credits the Good Sports program for helping the club be the welcoming place it is today.
“We are a family club but also a club that is family. This is summed up by our catchphrases ‘Kookabrothers and Kookasistas’. Our club focus is to continue to develop a positive, healthy and inclusive club culture and Good Sports provides invaluable support in these areas,” said Ms Grandey.
Golden Grove Football Club has reached the highest level of the Good Sports program, implementing policies around alcohol management, tobacco and safe transport. It is also committed to providing a positive and supportive environment for their youngest players through the Good Sports Junior program.
Minister for Youth and Sport, Senator the Hon Richard Colbeck, represented the Australian Government at the Awards. He praised the winners and finalists, calling them community champions.
“All of the Good Sports Awards finalists should feel incredibly proud of their efforts in building strong, inclusive and healthy environments,” Minister Colbeck remarked.
“Sporting clubs are the beating heart of many communities and clubs that demonstrate healthy behaviours are role models for local families and the whole community,” Minister Colbeck added.
In South Australia, Good Sports is funded by the Australian Government and the South Australian Government. Managed by the Alcohol and Drug Foundation, Good Sports is Australia’s largest and longest-running health initiative in community sport.
“The Good Sports team is proudly working with almost 10,000 community sporting clubs across Australia and more than 1,000 in South Australia,” said Alcohol and Drug Foundation Chief Executive Officer, Dr Erin Lalor AM.
“The free program encourages systemic changes in club culture to promote long-term positive health outcomes,” Dr Lalor explained.
Good Sports is proven to reduce risking drinking at participating clubs by 37% and has seen a reduction of alcohol-related accidents among Good Sports club members and supporters by 42%.
You can find the full list of this year’s Good Sports Awards winners and finalists on the Good Sports website: https://goodsports.com.au/awards/