Newtown Breakaways seeking Head Coach in 2018
Newtown Breakaways were formed in 2002 when they broke away from Sydney Uni. The Breakaways have been key pioneers for women AFL in NSW playing in the Swans colours of Red and White. The club soon became the powerhouse club amongst the SWAFL league winning the four premierships (2002-2005) equalling the men’s AFL record of consecutive premierships held by Collingwood (1927-1930) and recognised as the team of the decade in 2009 and backed it up with the Premiership in 2010 and most recently in 2015.
With the growth of AFLW comes a new challenge in the 2020’s. As a legacy to the original Breakaways the Breakaway catch cry is “All I wanna be … and that’s Fierce / Committed / Competitive / Independent/ Respectful / United
The Breakaways have vision for the remainder of the decade and into the 2020’s to be: “The home for AFL in the inner west, diverse & inclusive communities of Sydney, where individual achievement and competitive team success is acclaimed and celebrated”.
The Breakaways are looking for a Head Coach to assist them achieve their mission: To be the leading AFLW Community Club supporting pathways for female players from juniors to adults to the highest level of achievement in the women’s competition. To enable the inner west, diverse & inclusive communities of Sydney including all genders to participate and contribute to AFL.