Teams - Women's Amateur and Metro Leagues

Competitions and Teams:

We are entering 4 women's teams in these FootballWest competitions:

NPL First Team

NPL Under 23

Amateur League (previously State Division)

Metro League South Division 2

NPL teams play at a highly competitive level and is for experienced players. There are a number of professional contracts offered by the club for players at this level. Please refer to the following link for the Women’s NPL page. 

The Amateur League is for experienced players who are interested in playing at an intermediate competitiion level.

The Metro League caters for both new players and to those who have some experience in the game and want to play in a competitive but social league.  

Also coming soon: in-house mixed competition.

New players:

We always encourage new players to our club. If you are interested in trying out for any of the above teams you are welcome to come to any of our training sessions and join in. We cater for all levels of experience. There is no need to call in advance, you are able to just turn up, introduce yourself and play.

Training is always on, whether rain, hail or shine – just make sure to bring your boots!

If you have any question, or would like to contact a club representative, please use the email below.


Amateur’s train twice a week - Tuesdays and Thursday - click link for times and locations

Metro’s train once a week - Wednesdays - click this link for times and locations


Amateur League play across Perth Metropolitan (and occasionally in Bunbury), with home games generally every second Sunday. Games tend to be around mid-morning / early afternoon.

Metro south team play south based clubs (from Curtin to Mandurah) and kick off in the morning on Sundays (but this can change throughout the season).

The season starts 21 June 2020 with last round Sunday 4 October 2020.

Fixtures can be found on the FootballWest website:

Amateur League

Metro League


Registration is now open. You are not able to take the field for Curtin in an official fixture including night series without completing your registration. Early registration is encouraged and makes for a more organised season.

Registrations are available through TeamApp. If you have any questions while registering, please contact your coach or team representative.

Uniform / dress code:

Your registration does not include shorts, socks, match day shirt and your own training bib. These items need to be purchased separately . This ensures we look like a team, before and after the game.

Details below: click our uniforms page to learn how to purchase what you need. You are also able to purchase uniforms at the club room.

Get Started:

Need to ask a question? Want to get information on training, games, team selection, fees, registration and to find out about club events?

Add Curtin Football on Team App. You can create an account here.

Please also see the instructions on the New Players page - just make sure you request to join the 'Women's' access group on the app.

If you need help, come to training and ask a fellow player or contact your coordinator below.


If you have any questions about women's football please contact

Taylor Patten, Women's Coordinator (volunteer)

Coaching Opportunities:

If you've read this far, you're probably also interested in the Coaching Vacancies we have. We would love our senior players to help teach our junior members the game so please get in contact should you be interested.