CANBERRA OLYMPIC - PUBLIC NOTICE

Canberra Olympic Preseason Matches

 

Canberra Olympic Vs Apia
PL's and PL 20's
February 7th
Lambert Park NSW


Canberra Olympic Vs Tuggeranong
All NPL grades
February 20th
Kambah Oval


Canberra Olympic Vs Monaro
All NPL grades
February 27th & 28th
Riverside Oval


Canberra Olympic Vs Stanmore Hawks
All NPL grades
March 6th
AIS Oval

Canberra Olympic FC Women's Premier League Program - Open trials
Canberra Olympic Football Club invites interested players to trial for the Women’s Premier League Program.
Paul Giannaras, after returning from overseas where he coached for a number of years, will lead the trials and looks
forward to meeting players interested in helping us establish Canberra Olympic as a competitive, evolving and respected women’s premier league program for years to come.
Details of the trials are:
Who: WPL, women's U20s and U18s
Where: Downer playing fields
When: 6pm to 7.30pm Wednesdays, 18 and 25 November, 2 and 9 December
We look forward to seeing you there. Queries can be directed to info@canberraolympic.com.au.

PRE SEASON TRAINING DATES

NPL

All players selected for senior NPL sides (18s, 20s and 1st) before Christmas are reminded that training recommences on Tuesday, January 19 and Thursday January 21 6pm at Hackett. Ongoing training schedules will be advised by your coaches.  

Any new players that haven’t arranged a trial are asked to contact head coach Frank Cachia before attending at canberraolympictd@gmail.com

·         U16 squad commences on Thursday, January 21, 5.30pm at Downer

·         U14 squad commences Tuesday, January 19, 5.30pm at Downer

·         U13 squad commences Thursday, January Jan 28, 4.45pm at Hackett

 

WPL

Training sessions for WPL , 20's and 18's will continue on Tuesday and Thursaday evenings from 7pm to 8:30pm at Downer playing fields.

ALL NEW AND RETURNING PLAYERS ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND

Training for WPL, 20s and 18s is cancelled tonight due to weather conditions...

Welcome To Canberra Olympic Football Club - Since 1956

Olympic appears to be in existence since the early 50’s. Formally the name Olympic was decided in a General Meeting of players and committee member in 1955. The names proposed for the team was either Olympic or AEK. Olympic appears to have played in competitive games in Grade 2 in 1955. Biggest Win was 25-0 against Cooma in Division 2 in May 23rd 1971 Biggest Loss has been 8-0 against RMC in 9th October 1955 playing in Grade 2, in the Competition Finals.Read More

 

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