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About us

 

In 2014 the Club fielded five teams, State Premier League, State Premier League Reserves, Metropolitan Division 1, Girls Under 15 Division 2 and Girls Under 13 Division 2. 

 

Beckenham Angels Premier team has an impressive history being crowned

Night Series Champions, League Champions and Womens Cup champions.

 

The club has a team of experienced coaches,  including former international and professional women’s players.

 

The Angels goalkeeper coach Tracey Wheeler is a former Australian International, playing in the green and gold 49 times before retiring in 2000.

 

Our successful juniors progam commenced with 2 teams in 2014 and expanded to four teams in 2016. We now provide opportunities for girls from 10 to 17 to participate in a professional player development pathway. In 2016 our Girls Under 15 Division 1 team were undefeated in the regular season and won the Championship and Top Four Cup double.

 

 

All junior teams are coached by experienced women players or senior coaches with assistance from members of the senior teams.

 

The club has had several players from higher levels of football, including Perth Glory players Shannon May, Katarina Jukic, and Ella Mastantonio; and Melbourne City W League Premiership player Marianna Tabain. Three of our junior players from 2014 were selected to participate in the National Training Centre programme and three other juniors represent WA at Futsal, with one, Megan Grove being awarded the Best Player on Tour Medal for the AFA Australian Girls 14 UK Tour.

 

Code of Conduct

Beckenham Angels Soccer Club is a club that seeks to maintain and promote the highest possible standards of behaviour and sportsmanship. All persons associated with the Club are required to comply with out Code of Conduct. 

Beckenham Angels Football Club was formed in 2000 as the first club in the Southern Suburbs to specifically focus only on women’s and girls’ football.

Beckenham Angels Soccer Club plays at Mills Park in Beckenham on state of the art synthetic pitches that provide year round perfect conditions for play.

The club's long term goal is to be a leading contributor to the development of  womens and girls football in Western Australia.

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