The Albury Wodonga Football Association. AWFA is the major organisational body for non-professional soccer in the Albury-Wodonga region. Currently comprising of 12 clubs across 5 towns.
The League is an autonomous body, comprised of its member clubs each of which has equal voting rights in the affairs of the League. Responsibility for the overall control of the League is vested in the hands of an Executive Committee, elected by the body of member clubs at the annual general meeting. The Executive Committee comprises the President, Secretary, Treasurer and six committee members. All officials and members of the Executive Committee serve in an honorary capacity.
From its inception in 1973, steady growth has been the pattern of the League’s development. The AWFA is well prepared for the challenge of the dramatic increase in player and club members and is well able to extend its Current excellent level of service in order to accommodate them.
The League currently hold all matches on Sundays and Saturday mornings.
The League Championship: the cornerstone of the League’s competition is the League Championship season, commencing usually in mid March and running through to late September. Teams in each age group compete on a home and away basis, with three points for a win and one for a draw. The leading team at season’s end is declared the champion for that division.
The Albury Wodonga Football Association, Inc. (AWFA), is an affiliate of the Football New South Wales (FNSW). It is also subject to the authority of the Federation Football Australia (FFA).
The Mission of AWFA is to provide our League with a sense of social and community values. Provide an environment that encourages, develops and promotes participation in Football within our community. Promote, recognise and provide a safe and inclusive culture across our member clubs. Provide for amateur players, a competition run to the highest standard, without limitation as to age, race, religion or location throughout Albury, Wodonga and North East Victoria.