Registrations for 2018 are now open

CLICK HERE FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION

Our registrars are Bec Schultz & Simone Martin they can be contacted at bec_schultz@yahoo.com.au or simonemartin8@bigpond.com

The Hawthorn Citz is a community based, grass roots junior football club that has grown over the last decade to 19 junior teams and 400+ players. In the U8-U12 age groups, we will accept all registrations up to the registration deadline (28th Feb 2018), & will allocate all registered boys and girls to a team.

In the U13-U15 age groups, the club reserves the right to close registrations before the deadline, upon receipt of 24 or 48 registrations per age group for  1- or 2- full teams, ie, 24 boys/girls per team. Factors that will be considered when considering additional registrations include years played at Hawthorn Citz and date that the registration is received.  A wait-list may be setup for a 2nd or 3rd team –  the Citz Committee will consider accommodating this 2nd or 3rd team if an additional 20-24 boys/girls register on the wait-list.”

We encourage everyone to register your child early, to avoid disappointment.

2017 Annual General meeting

Please be advised that the Hawthorn Citizens Junior Football Club Annual General Meeting for 2017 will be held on Tuesday November 21st  at 7.30pm in “The Glenferrie Room” at “The Glenferrie Hotel ”. Supporting documents are attached. The committee welcomes all members of our Citz community to the AGM.

Notice of Annual General Meeting 

Nomination Form

 

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:
Safe
Inclusive
Developmental
Enjoyable

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.