Contact Us

Use the form on the right to contact us.

You can edit the text in this area, and change where the contact form on the right submits to, by entering edit mode using the modes on the bottom right. 

PO Box 302
Thirroul, NSW, 2515
Australia

Thirroul Junior Football Club has more than 400 juniors in teams from Under 6s to Under 18s. The club's aim is to foster football by creating an environment for our Thunderbolts players where success is judged - not by winning - but by having fun, improving skills and participating in a club that is active within the community.

Banner_Main.jpg

Home

LATEST NEWS FROM OUR CLUB


OUR SPONSORS


JUNIORS

Thirroul JFC has more than 400 juniors in teams from Under 6s to Under 18s. The club's aim is to foster football by creating an environment for our Thunderbolts players where success is judged - not by winning - but by having fun, improving skills and participating in a club that is active within the community.

THUNDER

Thirroul Thunder was established in 2008 to provide a pathway for the club's junior players and has enjoyed success on a regular basis, winning the Football South Coast District League Club Championship in 2013, 2014 and 2015. The club prides itself on the fact that the majority of the players in the Thunder First Grade, Reserve Grade and Youth Grade teams are Thirroul juniors.

THUNDERBIRDS

Thirroul has been competing in the Football South Coast's women's competition since 2001 and in 2016 intends to again have Thunderbirds teams in all three divisions, as well as the new Youth Grade competition. A high point in the Thunderbirds' history was making the 2014 Division 1 grand final, while the club won the Division 3 League Championship in 2015.

AMATEURS

Thirroul Junior Football Club is also proud to be the home of 4 social all age mens teams, creating a place for players from our community that may not be able to commit to the demand of a more competitive Thunder graded season. Spanning all divisions of the Football South Coast Community League, our Amateur teams have always been competitive throughout their respective competitions.