Free Goalkeeper Training
Manly Allambie are delighted to have Marin Pasilich and the "Clean Sheet Co." coaching every second Wednesday night.
May 5th, 9th
June 2nd, 16th, 30th
July 14th, 28th
August 11th, 25th
Come along and check it out
Under 6/7/8/9 at 4:30pm
Under 10-15 at 5:30pm
U16-Senior at 6:45pm
What does a Team coach need to do?
Team coaches are the life of the club.
What does a Team Manager need to do?
How do I register a player with Manly Allambie?
What should we do in the event of bad weather?
Aggressive Behaviour - what should I do?
Please click here to read a letter from our president.
Basic Playing Tips
How do gradings work?
Grading a player is a complex process and Manly Allambie follow the guidelines set down by the FFA and MWFA. Please read our page on grading to find out more
How can I play all age Mens or Womens Football
If I get an injury how does the insurance work?
Please visit our page provided by Football NSW and the Insurance Company.
How do I use the Competiton Manager ICOMPMAN and EMS
Where are my fixtures?
Click here for the icompman website where all fixtures and results are posted.
Manly Allambie United Football Club pride ourselves on being the friendliest club on the Northern Beaches. We have programs for all age groups for boys and girls.
We have a strong selection of adult teams including over 35 and over 45 squads. Read on or contact us for more information.
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Our Proud History
The history of Manly Allambie United Soccer club starts in 1949 with the founding of Manly Soccer Club by John and Margaret Tilley and Dudley Charlton, who brought together a senior team playing in the Southern Metropolitan League competition with junior teams made up from canvassing local schools. The club’s colours were yellow and black and the home ground was Millers Reserve.
Allambie Soccer Club was founded in 1963 by the Jefferson, Jones, Kay and Littlejohn families as the area was opened for housing and to cater for the growing interest in playing football..........