Womens Football

SEEKING EOI's for the role of Director of Women's Football

Monaro Panthers FC is seeking expressions of interest for the role of Director of Women's Football. This is a full-time football position.

The Director of Women’s Football will be tasked with the recruitment and retention of players, provide mentoring and guidance to our coaches and driving the WPL environment across the year. The Women’s Director will support women’s football across the club in all ages as well as support junior football development.

In order to ensure this is a sustainable full-time position, the WPL Director will also work with the full-time Technical Director and part-time Business Manager as a member of staff. All staff have roles within the business arm of the club. The exact nature that this will take will depend upon the skill set that the candidate brings. Skills that can help grow the club in a broad sense are desirable whether they be in administration, business management, teaching degrees or other.

The ideal candidate would have a minimum of the FFA B Licence and experience in coaching at the senior level. Ideal start date is late September but the club will negotiate with right candidate as needed. EOI’s close by Sunday 27th August.

If you would like to express your interest in the role, please fill out the online form - https://goo.gl/forms/mkQ3YBO6Ljc5YMWw2

For questions in regards to the role please contact Adam Firych on adamf.monaropanthers@gmail.com

Female Football Week - Come N Try Day - Cancelled

Tuesday 14th March Event

Due to low registrations for our Come and Try Day tomorrow afternoon, we have cancelled the event.

Don't worry, get in contact with us if you are still looking for a team and we can organise for you to attend a training session to see what it is like first.

We have female teams from U6's to All Age Women. Miniroos, Junior League, State League and Premier League, we have a team for you!

For any enquiries, please contact: Angelo on angelo.monaropanthers@gmail.com

Gala Day marks start of club’s 50-year celebrations



Monaro Panthers

Gala Day marks start of club’s 50-year celebrations

 The opening of the Men’s National Premier League will see the Monaro Panthers Football Club begin its 50-year celebrations with a Gala Day at the Riverside Stadium. The Queanbeyan and surrounding Canberra Regional Community are invited to attend.

For 50 years the Monaro Football Club has been an integral part of the sporting scene in the Canberra Region. To mark its half-century the football club is planning a series of events during the year, beginning with the Gala Day at Riverside on Sunday April 2.

Come and watch Monaro men’s first team take on last year's premiers and FFA Cup semi-finalists Canberra Olympic.  The young Panthers are ready to challenge for early supremacy in what will be a terrific season of skillful football. 

The Women’s Premier League team will be playing last season’s finalists Canberra FC which will be a good test for the club’s full time Women’s Technical Director, Angelo Maralit.  The club is looking to take women’s football to the next level by employing Angelo both as Women’s Technical Director and coach. He is welcomed to the club after holding positions at both the Capital Football and North Shore Mariners Academies.

Monaro Panthers’ President, Simon France, said women’s football was well positioned in Australia with a successful national team playing in a world-wide sport.

“Our role now is to make the most of that, which is exactly where we are headed at Monaro,” Mr France said.

“We have already seen Angelo’s passion for the game and his ability to motivate and encourage the women and girls of the club has been tremendous”

Sunday 2 April Gala Day

  • 10:45 am – Women’s and Girls Premier League presentation
  • 11:00 am – Women’s Premier League firsts host Canberra FC
  •   1:00 pm – Junior six-a-side games
  •   2:40 pm – Men’s and Boys Premier League presentation
  •   3:10 pm – Men’s Premier League host Canberra Olympic FC

The day will be attended by special guests Tim Overall Administrator Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council and Capital Football’s chairman Mark O’Neil. Former Monaro State and National League players will also be in attendance.

Simon said the gala day was a great opportunity to celebrate both the club’s diversity and history as well as to put on display the range of services the club can offer.

“But really it’s a chance to celebrate our 50th anniversary with the Queanbeyan community,” he said.



John Santolin

0401 148 937


Club President Media Contact: Simon France    

Monaro Panthers Football Club: angelo.monaropanthers@gmail.com  

Non-media queries: 0433 846 104


Wed 8th March - Female Grassroots Coaching Course (6-9pm)
Tue 14th March - Come & Try Day (U6 Girls - All Age Women)

Interested females for the Grassroots Coaching Course should send their name, mobile and email to Angelo Maralit on angelo.monaropanthers@gmail.com. The course is FREE. EOI's due on Monday 6th March.

To attend the Come & Try Day, fill in the online form: bit.ly/2mvGpeE

4:15-5:15pm - U6-U9
5:30-6:30pm - U10-U16
6:45pm-7:45pm - U18 to All Age Women

Venue: Wright Park Upper, Old Sydney Road, QBN
Registrations close Sunday 12th March.