Dear members,

The GDFC is excited to have moved to an online membership portal for 2022 and beyond. To renew your membership, you will need to create a GameDay passport and log in to your profile. This will only need to be completed once and will allow for simple renewal each year after.

To create an account to register yourself or your children, please follow this link:

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GDFC members, sponsors, and supporters, 
The Glenorchy District Football Club Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held online at 6.00pm(AEDT) on Thursday 17th February 2022.

As a result of uncertainty and potential health risks created by the latest COVID – 19 outbreak, the Glenorchy District Football Club 2021 AGM will be held by virtual meeting.

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Huge congratulations to Elise Barwick, who soared above the pack to claim the SFLW Best & Fairest league award.

Elise is Glenorchy through and through, her improvement over the years has been incredible, and this award is a fitting reward for all her hard work.

Congrats also to Glenorchy Life Member Nietta Lynch, who shared the award with Elise thanks to her outstanding season with Claremont.

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Tuesday Closed Closed
Wednesday 12pm - 2pm 5:30 - 8pm
Thursday 12pm - 2pm 5:30 - 8pm
Friday 9am - Close 5:30 - 8pm
Saturday 12 - 7pm  
Sunday Closed Closed

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New magpie helpers at the Glenorchy vs North Hobart game.

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The Glenorchy District Football Club (GDFC), playing in the Tasmanian State League (TSL) is calling for
expressions of interest for the position of Senior Men’s Football Coach for season 2022 and beyond.

Adam Oates junior

The Glenorchy District Football Club offers our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Adam Oates, a former Magpie junior who tragically passed away last week.

Simpson and Males

Huge congratulations to two of our young stars for some big achievements on the weekend.

Jack Males was a part of the SATIS School Championship winning side for Guilford Young College, while Braidy Simpson made his debut for the Tasmania Devils in their strong NAB League win over the Dandenong Stingrays at UTAS Stadium.

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