A little bit about our 

Early Development Program ...


An introductory program designed for players aged between 4 and 8;

Every Sunday 1 hour sessions that build skills through games and drills delivered in an engaging and inclusive environment;

Every player gets plenty of time on the ball and the golden aim of each session is for children to build fundamental motor skills;

Each child also receives a full Oakleigh Cannons FC training strip upon registration;

Make new friends and develop social skills; Develop values of teamwork, co-operation, fair play, and respect for others;
Develop a child's ability to make quick decisions and improve reaction time; Keep healthy by getting active;

Training: Every Sunday 1pm / Jack Edwards Reserve, Edward Street Oakleigh;



Interested in playing or coaching? Click on email icon below and we will get in touch.


Your point of contact: 

Vicki Papamarkou

FFA Number:11217726


Working with Kids:1759932A-01

Mobile: 0412 765 874




Within this email - Please provide Vicki with the following information



Age Grp Trials for .e.g. U16  
1 Players First Name  
2 Players Surname  
3 Players Date of Birth mm/dd/yyyy  
4 Players Mobile Number  
5 Players Email Address  
6 Players Previous Club/Grade  
7 Players Preferred Position  
8 Players Preferred Foot  
9 Parent/Guardian Mobile  
10  FFA Number (if applicable)  
11 Interested in Playing or Coaching  If you have selected coaching pls attach your football resume to the email.



There will be "No Trials" for all MINIROOS Teams U4/5/6/7/8/9/10/11/12/13's


MiniRoos Oakleigh Cannons FC


Selection Policy/Statement

a. The team of 2021 remain together in 2022

b. If the whole team comes back to OCJFC in pre-season 2021/2022, a ‘full” note (no vacancies) is posted next to the team and “no selection” process takes place.

c. If a player or players from a team in 2021 leave OCJFC altogether in 2022, and the squad size is less than the maximum number required, then a selection process takes place.

This selection process involves, in order:-

1. Engage the public to bring new players into OCJFC


2. If the first strategy is not successful, movement of players(s) between teams must adhere to ‘The Spirit of the Games” policy – “Discussion for players to move teams is done in a collaborated approach between Coach, Parent/Player, Team Manager and Chief Junior Officer”


3. Coaches must avoid poaching players; the policy above in number 2 must be followed at all times.