Kybybolite Football Club

We build on our fitness, skills and knowledge of the game, working towards becoming the most respected, disciplined and successful player we can be. Always representing our club to the best of our ability.

We promote the playing of Australian Rules Football, support the development of a healthy character, and encourage a sense of fair play in the best traditions of true sportsmanship.

As a group, we continue to create and foster a positive club environment so that each and every player will enjoy their football through active participation, developing not only their football skills, but also their life skills.

We love to welcome new players & families to our Club.

If you are thinking of joining Kybybolite Football and Netball Club, please contact our Football President, Paul Russell on 0417 862617 or Netball President, Hayley Walter on 0438 586 227, or fill out the Contact Form

Football Club

President: Paul Russell    0417 862617

Secretary: Stacey McBain    0447 884188

Treasurer:  Brendan Wallis

Committee Members:  Jamie Tidy, Josh Cavill, Graham Hearnden, James Rainsford, Damien Ross, Ross Gleeson, Tom Taheny, Andrew Shepherd, Noel Black

Junior Football

We are focused on developing our Junior players, and ensuring they are supported, encouraged and valued.

Junior Colts won the 2020 Premiership – this is the 4th in a row!

George Malone won the Junior Colts League Medal

Angus McKenzie was a joint winner of the Senior Colts League Medal

Brodie Pratter won the Senior Colts League Goal Kicking Award

Junior Colts Premiers 2020

Senior Colts Premiers 2019

Junior Colts Premiers 2019

Senior Colts Premiers 2018

Junior Colts Premiers 2018

Our Club Mascot “Boots” & Mini Footy

Mini Footy

The Mini Footy is played during the half-time break of the A Grade Football.

These kids have so much fun, and in past seasons they have all received a bag of lollies and a fruit box after the game, a very generous donation by David & Gillian Steadman.

All boys and girls are welcome to join in and have a mini game, with the parents and players helping out.