About Us & Meet the Committee

The Wembley Junior Football Club: A History

Wembley Junior Football Club was founded in 2006 with just 90 players ranging from 5 to 10 years of age and has grown to over 380 players from Auskick to teams in Modified Junior and Youth competitions including Combined Girls teams.

The club has received many awards including Best Junior Club at the 2017 District Awards of Excellence.

Wembley JFC is well supported by many volunteer coaches, managers and committee members and is well respected within the Claremont Junior District. We welcome one and all and value involved participation from all our members and our local community.

Our members and players come mostly from Wembley's surrounding suburbs of West Leederville, Jolimont and Floreat.

In 2016 the club moved to the new Wembley Sports Park complex, just up the road from its former home ground of Henderson Oval.

The Wembley Junior Football Club Constitution

The Wembley Junior Football Club follows a Constitution that ensures the smooth and consistent operation of the Club.

The WJFC Committee

WJFC Executive Group

Matt Santich president@wembleyjuniormagpies.com
Vice President Ben Staples vicepresident@wembleyjuniormagpies.com
Secretary We need someone to help! secretary@wembleyjuniormagpies.com
Treasurer Chris Smith treasurer@wembleyjuniormagpies.com
Coach Coordinator Tim Yates coach@wembleyjuniormagpies.com

Committee Members

Junior Club Registrar
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Auskick Registrar

Lauren Biggs

Auskick Coordinator Brett Harris & Trent Smoker auskick@wembleyjuniormagpies.com
Managers Coordinator

Georgie Santich

Equipment Manager Don Frost equipment@wembleyjuniormagpies.com
Sponsorship Manager
Matt Santich & Ben Staples sponsorship@wembleyjuniormagpies.com

Marketing Manager


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Merchandise Manager Sue Brown merchandising@wembleyjuniormagpies.com
Social Committee


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Girls Co-ordinator


General Committee


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General Committee


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Line Marker Coordinator

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Getting Involved

Like all grassroots sports, our club can only operate and grow with the help of volunteers. 

WJFC has a great group of families and an enthusiastic committee building a club where community spirit, respect and fair play is central.

A community club of choice

We welcome new families and volunteers, so spread the word and contact us. There are many different ways to get involved so please don't be shy. You don't need to know anything about football to be a big help!

We have a friendly committee so please forward your details to us and we can advise you of the next committee meeting and you can see what happens behind the scenes.

There are many opportunities to get involved in volunteering. As a volunteer you can choose how much time you are able to give and what sort of things you would like to do. Volunteers comprise a huge body of people who make an important social and economic contribution to communities worldwide. Volunteering takes lots of different forms - formal or informal, indoors or outdoors, practical or administrative.

Every little bit helps and it is a fun way of meeting new people.