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Volunteer in Football

WA Football is reliant on Volunteers at every level, from the WAFC Commissioners to Club Presidents, Equipment Stewards, team managers and Runners.

Put simply without the tireless work of the many 1000's of volunteers not a single game of footy would be played.

Within WA there are 484 Football Clubs, ranging from Professional, Community, Junior, Senior and Womens , all looking for more help for Volunteers, there are positions for all people, with varying time commitments and obligations. 

Auskick Coordinator
Boundary Umpire (Club)
Canteen Operations
Coach Coordinator
Council Liaison Officer
Facility Management
Field Umpire (Club)
Football Manager
Functions and Event Coordinator
Gate Keeper
Goal Umpire (Club)
Head Medical Trainer
Junior Coach
Junior Development Officer
Marketing Promotions Officer

Match Manager
Functions and Event Coordinator
Gate Keeper
Goal Umpire (Club)
Head Medical Trainer
Junior Coach
Junior Development Officer
Marketing Promotions Officer
Match Manager
Medical Trainer
Membership Coordinator
Merchandising Sales Coordinator
President
Publicity Officer

Raffles Coordinator
Registrar
Reserves Coach
Roster Coordinator
Runner
Secretary
Senior Coach
Sponsorship Coordinator
Team Manager
Time Keeper
Treasurer
Tribunal Advocate
Vice President
Volunteer Coordinator

So if you WANNA help out and get involved - We've got the position to suit you

To find you nearest club, where you can get involved, use the club Locator

Why volunteer?

  • Some reasons people volunteer include to:
  • learn new skills
  • share life experiences and skills
  • contribute to society by helping people who may be disadvantaged
  • meet new people
  • make new friends
  • give back to the community
  • make a difference
  • gain experience and contacts to help find paid employment
  • build self confidence
  • have fun
  • socialise
  • stay active and engaged with the community
  • do something they've always wanted to do