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Community, Inclusiveness, Respect
The South Belgrave Junior Football Club is located at the gateway of the Dandenong Ranges, at Narre Warren East Recreation Reserve.
SBJFC was founded in 1972 and has provided the opportunity to budding young footballers to enjoy having a kick with friends in a safe, fun and inclusive environment. Since this time, we become one of the most successful clubs in the region.
SBJFC participates in the Eastern Football Netball League Junior Competition (EFNL)
Mixed teams U8's, U9'S U10's, U11's
Boys teams U12's,, U13s, U15's, U17's
In conjunction with the Lysterfield Junior Football Club, we also offer girls only football with the SBL Wolves.
Girls Teams (SBL Wolves) U10,U12,U14,U16,U18
Games are every Sunday at the following times:
- U8/U9 - 9am
- U10 9am
- U11 Boys & U10/12 Girls - 10.05am
- U12/13 Boys & U14 Girls - 11.25am
- U14/15 Boys & U16 Girls - 12.55pm
- U16 & U17.5 Boys & U18 Girls - 2.45pm
AFL Victoria Child Safety Standards
The South Belgrave Junior Football Club is committed to promoting and protecting the safety and well-being of children and young people in our care. We seek to promote and protect the rights of all children in our care and prevent abuse from occurring by fostering a child safe culture within the community. We will present an environment and experiences that always consider and put measures in place to ensure the safety of children.
If you need more immediate help or an intervention response by professional services please contact one of the relevant services below.
Kids Help Line – 1800 551 800
Lifeline – 13 11 14
1800 Respect – 1800 RESPECT
Beyond Blue – 1300 224 636
Police – 000
To the tune of Road to Gundagai
There's a track with our mark
leading down to Narre Park,
that's where South Belgrave play their game...
Where the big men are flying,
the little men are trying
to win South Belgrave's fame...
Oh! Our crowds of supporters are rushin' the fence,
and the opposition's trying to break our defence...
But it's all done in vain
cause South Belgrave win again,
down at good old Narre Park...