FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
While junior players and leagues are the lifeblood of senior clubs, volunteers are the backbone. Every person that's involved in the week to week running of our junior team competition are volunteers... from the coaches and umpires, the support crew to the committee members. We're a team that loves company!
The Lismore region has a strong community spirit forged through adversity and history. If you're new to the area, volunteering with our club is a great way to get involved in our community. If you're a long-standing local with some spare time and know we welcome you with open arms and gratitude.
You'll find our club is well-organised and appreciative! Specific skills can always be put to good use, but you don't actually need a lot of experience to start and we make sure you have people and resources to guide you and get you going.
For most volunteer positions that work with or support children, it is mandatory to have an up-to-date and clean working with children check. We are looking to fill the following roles...
For more information on Volunteer Positions Vacant CLICK HERE
THE AFL's Junior match policy and guidelines
Here's a good read! Download a copy of the official Australian Football Match Policy for players aged 5 to 18 years.
Can girls play in the junior teams?
Absolutely! Lismore Swans Juniors will be fielding a number of Girls teams in 2021, for age groups of U10's through to U16's.
Are your coaches qualified?
All coaches at the Lismore Swans Juniors are accredited and are required to attend monthly coaching training, ensuring accreditation points are up to date.
It is AFL policy to ensure that all coaches hold a current valid Working With Children certificate.