Be Part of the Change

Register for the Women's Coaching Month Webinar Series to learn more
July will be dedicated celebrating all the wonderful women in coaching as part of Women’s Coaching Month.

Women’s Coaching Month is an opportunity to celebrate and promote Women in Coaching through a series of assets, programs & initiatives both at a national and state level. July will be dedicated to shining a light on our inspiring women coaches across all levels of our game, to legitimising the coaching pathway for women and girls, and of course, to recruit more women in to coaching.
Participation in women’s and girls football has grown by 187% since the birth of AFLW, but there’s still work to be done in the coaching community.

Be part of the change.

Webinar Series

Over the course of July, the football community is invited to participate in Women’s Coaching Month and join AFLW and State League coaches, plus other industry experts as part of a three-part webinar series.

Be Part Of The Change

Participation in women’s and girls football has grown significantly since the birth of AFLW, but there’s still work to be done in the coaching community.

In 2022 the CoachAFL Membership is FREE, sign up and start your coaching journey today!

Showcase Women Coaches at your club

With the AFL's Women's Coaching Month taking place throughout July, we want to showcase stories of female coaches who have had or are having a significant impact on our great game across all levels.

Resources available for women coaching

Are you a coach, administrator or involved in women's and girl's football teams at all levels and looking for support? Download the Recruiting and Retaining Women Coaches Toolkits.

You can access them here
Women & Girls Coaching Toolkits

Women's Coaching Month Webinar Series

In case you missed it here you can access the recordings from the current Webinar Series. You can also go back and watch the webinars from the 2021 Women's Coaching Month Webinar Series.

Hear from the likes of Alicia Eva, Tarkyn Lockyer, Bec Goddard, Craig Starcevich and Peta Searle... just to name a few.

2022 BHP Community Coach of the Year Award

Nominations are now open for the award which can be given to any current community level coach, from junior and youth girls through to senior women’s football.
The winner receives a mentoring session with an AFLW coach or player together with VIP tickets to attend the Season 7 NAB AFLW Awards.

Coaching Considerations for Female Athletes

The AIS has partnered with specialist medical practitioners, high performance athletes and high performance coaches to design a suite of online learning modules for athletes, parents, coaches and medical practitioners including the Coaching Considerations for Female Athletes course.

This course is designed to increase your knowledge regarding health and performance considerations when coaching female athletes.

You can access the course via the AIS website at the link below.

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