COVE FOOTBALL CLUB
The Cove Football Club is a family orientated club, based in an ever expanding region of southern Adelaide. This year our committee will represent a club membership base that we expect will continue to expand to more than 800 individuals via;
- the continuation of a strong AusKick program, 10 mini teams, 3 junior teams, and 2 senior teams
- a broad supporter base, and
- a strong presence in our local community - a community that has given so much to our club.
All players are required to register with the SFL via the Sporting Pulse website. If you do not register with the SFL, you will not be allowed to play as you will not be insured.
- Mini information Night - Friday 24th February, 6-8pm
Bar facilities and BBQ meals will be available
- Training for the Mini's starts Friday 24th March. Games will commence late April.
- Trail Games
- A&B's - Friday 3rd March against Christian Brothers College @ Thebarton Oval
- A&B's - Sunday 12th March against Kenilworth @ Thebarton Oval
- A&B's, U17's, U15's, U13's - Saturday 18th March against Kangarilla @ Kangarilla
- U15's, U13's - Sunday 1st April against Morphett Vale @ Morphett Vale
Note from the President
2017 is an exciting year for the Cove Football club and requires the right people for the right job.
All members, players, parents and supporters were invited to attend the Annual General Meeting held on Sunday 16th October at 2pm.
The executive committee members were appointed at the AGM but there are still positions on the committee for which we are seeking volunteers.
If you feel you have the expertise, but need more information please contact Club President Craig Denning: 0409868459
2017/18 Entertainment™ Membership now available
Support The Cove Football Club by Pre-ordering your NEW 2017/18 Entertainment™ Membership now!
Order online at https://www.entertainmentbook.com.au/orderbooks/934j183
20% of every membership sold contributes to Our Club. Thanks for your support!
Thank you to all our sponsors. Without your support we would not be the club we are today.
‘not for you, not for me, but for us’