We would like to invite you all to our
“Footy’s Back – Whole Club Training Day”

We will be holding a whole club training day to welcome new and returning players to the 2019 season of football. A sausage sizzle will be held for the duration of the day while we break into age groups for a fun training session and to get the feel of the football in our hands.

Each age group will break into smaller groups but these groups will not be our teams for the season. It is a chance to meet other kids, coaches and parents within the club.

Whilst this may seem early in the year it is worth noting that the first round is Sunday April 7. So it is an early start to the season!

RSVPs would be helpful. Please include age group Click Here to RSVP

WHERE: Glenferrie oval
WHEN: 3 February, 2019

9.30 – 11 am: U13, U14 and U15
11am – 12.30 pm: U11 & U 12
12.15 pm – 1.30 pm: U8, U9 & U10
We look forward to seeing as many of our Citz players as possible on this day.

2019 Registrations Now Open

It’s time for the mighty Hawthorn Citz to also begin our path towards 2019.

The first step towards 2019 is the opening of registrations – with that in mind, we are delighted to announce that registrations are now officially open for all grades. You can register here

Registrations will be open right through to the start of the season, however we are again anticipating strong numbers across all divisions so would encourage you to register as soon as possible (we will close off age groups as they fill).

If you have any questions, please contact the Club Registrar Katie Harris – harrow79@gmail.com and you can find the answers to some frequently asked questions on our website here.

We’re a happy team at Hawthorn

We are a community based, grass roots footy club that has grown over the last decade to 19 junior teams and 400 players. We are proud of the way that we play football and proud to be the custodians of the Club for the footballers of tomorrow.

Our Citz mantra is S.I.D.E – we provide an environment for our players which is:

We are about:

  • Being the best club for each and every player who wears the brown and gold.
  • Giving our players and parents an opportunity to make new friends – some that may last a lifetime.
  • Providing a safe and inclusive environment for our boys and girls to develop their skills.
  • Developing our players not just in football, but in being a team member and thinking about team before individual.
  • Having a strong sense of community and enjoying the company of our fellow Citz members.

We aren’t just about winning premierships, but we will celebrate them when we have the good fortune of doing so.
We aren’t about playing in a particular YJFL division. We aim to be competitive in whatever division we are playing.