Be Part of CUFC – 2017 Coaching Positions Now Available!


Planning is underway for the 2017 season and Clarence United FC (CUFC) will require coaches, managers and trainers in a number of leagues.

CUFC are specifically seeking expressions of interest for Senior Women’s Coaches and for our youth program including SAP. If you feel you have the skills and desire to take on this challenge, and like the idea of becoming part of an inclusive community club then please contact our Vice-President Football at

CUFC are looking forward to an exciting season of football in 2017 and are seeking to expand all their player programs (men’s, women’s and youth). Vacancies exist at several levels within CUFC and those persons wishing to coach any team during the 2017 season should also register their interest with CUFC.

The administrative roles associated with each team are no less important and vacancies also exist for team managers and trainers. Those people that believe they can help with the game management of a team should also put their names forward.

Football Federation Tasmania (FFT) competition structures include requirements for appropriate qualifications at all levels. CUFC will work with those interested persons to ensure that appropriate qualifications are achieved for anybody wishing to take on a coach or team management role.

Applications are being accepted for these important positions within CUFC and persons interested in assisting CUFC should send through an expression of interest detailing their experience and qualifications to our Vice-President Football at

Persons wishing to discuss any aspects of a coaching, team manager or trainer position can contact our Vice-President Football at

New and existing players, at all levels, are also welcome to join us at CUFC and should check our website at or Facebook Page for details of preseason training sessions and times; and registration with our club.

CUFC Sponsorship Announcement

The Club is also proud to announce two new CUFC Sponsors:  RACT Rosny Park and Salon Karma in Cambridge Road, Bellerive.

As a proud community club, we’re going from strength to strength in 2016, and we’re proud to have the RACT and Salon Karma on board on the journey.  We hope you make them welcome around the club, and don’t forget to visit them online or in store soon!


Salon Karma



Eastern Shore Physiotherapy

Hey everyone,

The club is proud to announce new sponsors in the 2016 season; among those are Eastern Shore Physiotherapy, who are providing a number of our senior players with physio and remedial therapy services to keep us on the park and at our best.

If you’re in need of a great, accredited physiotherapy service, give Eastern Shore Physiotherapy a call on 03 6244 3788 or visit them at 250 Clarence Street, just up the road from Wentworth Park!


Eastern Shore Physio

Coaching Vacancies for 2016

Hi Everyone,

Clarence United Football Club are on the lookout for people interested in coaching CUFC sides through 2016.  We have vacancies in the following divisions:

  • Youth coaches for U13s thru 17s in both men and women’s divisions;
  • SAP coaches; and
  • Women’s Championship 1 Division.

If you’re interested in any of these opportunities, please send an email with a short application and your footballing resume to email

See you in ’16!


Cufc_954We are pleased to announce Clarence United have been awarded a licence to the PS4 Victory League for seasons 2016-2018!!

Earlier this afternoon, FFT President Sean Collins made the announcement from KGV House in Glenorchy.

“Due diligence was taken with all five applicants, we reviewed their submissions thoroughly and met with each club for them to present their case. Following this process it was clear that Clarence United and Launceston City should be the two successful applicants,” Mr Collins explained.

“Clarence United demonstrated a whole of club approach which impressed the board as well as being in a position to field a competitive team over the course of the licence.

“It is clear Launceston City have been on an upward trajectory and the performance of their club on and off the pitch reinforced their position as a member of the Victory League.

“No doubt Glenorchy Knights and their supporters will be disappointed that they have missed out on this occasion, having been a previous licence holder. However, FFT will continue to be available to offer advice and assistance to them and any other clubs aspiring to opportunities, which may arise in the future.

“Clearly the Victory League is not a closed shop and Clarence are the beneficiaries of it this time around,” Mr Collins said.

You can get all the latest from FFT here.

A MASSIVE congratulations to the committee and members of our great club who have fought, sweat and bled for this announcement.  It’s a fantastic result for them and for the club.

Onwards and upwards.  CUFC FOR LIFE.

Clarence United Vs Southern FC 13/06/15 @ 4:30 WWP

Tomorrow we take on what you would have called a dark horse at the start of the season. Ten rounds in and they are a genuine title contender that can not be taken lightly. With 5 wins a draw and a game in hand (Againsed Beachside FC) our game shapes up to be another top of the table clash in two weeks! If last weeks game againsed university was anything to go by its going to be another absolute cracker of a game and night! After reclaiming the Andrew Hoppitt Memorial Shield last week we are high in confidence and look to put a gap between us and the rest of the table. With Julian McMahon out through suspension (5 yellow cards) we lose a lot of hardness through the midfield, but we look to add an impressive young left footed midfielder in Dylan Harris who will have pace to burn and hopefully provide an inconvenience to the Southern FC midfield and defenders! With both teams not having a stand out goal scorer so far this season I doubt there will be anyone getting any extra attention, everyone is as dangerous as the next person. Although I’m sure David Hoppitt will be looking to get on the score card with a few goals. With our goal difference at Six we look to tighten after only conceding 21 goals in 22 games last season in the Southern Premier League.

Words from the coach –
In the Southern Championship this week top of the table Clarence host fourth placed Southern FC at the ‘Dunegeon’ Wentworth Park under lights on Saturday night. Reds boss Alan Jablonski says it is a massive match up against a genuine title threat.

“Huge game this Saturday night against Southern, we only fell over the line against them in round one and this week we are without our captain Julian McMahon through suspension.

“In my opinion they are a genuine title contender with pace, experience and determination right across the park. And with Mr Trotter at the helm they are always extremely organized.

“Dylan Harris will come in for Jules so we will lose a little toughness in the middle but gain some pace and attacking flair.

“Both teams have had a good run of form so the game should be a cracker. Every game at the moment is a grand final as the ladder is so close from first to fifth.”

Training Information

Hi everyone,

We are back at Wentwork Park!  Here are all the training times for WWP from now on:

Senior Men’s Tuesday 6-8.30, Thursdy 6 for 6.30 to 8.30.

Senior Ladies Tuesday and Thursday, 6-7.30

U18 lads Tuesday & Thursday, 5-7.

U16 lads Tuesday and Thursday 5-6.30

U14 & U13 lads 5-6 Thursday

U15 & U13 ladies 5-6 Friday

Thanks everyone! See you at the Clubroom!

2015 Training Commences

Hi everyone!


Men’s Training is Monday and Thursday, Rokeby High between 6-8pm.

Ladies Training is Tuesday and Thursday at Rokeby between 6-7.30pm.

The “Little Ladies” are Tuesday at Rokeby between 6-7pm.

The “Little Lads” are Thursday at Rokeby between 5-6pm.

U18s are Tuesday and Thursday at Cambridge New between 5-7pm.

All new faces are most welcome – email us at or find us on Facebook if you’d like more info!

Annual General Meeting – 2014


Due to unforeseen circumstances the Annual General Meeting of Clarence United FC Inc. was postponed and will now be held at the Hobart Workers Club, Liverpool Street, Hobart on Thursday, 11th December 2014, commencing at 6:30 pm.

A number of Committee positions will be offered for election at the Annual General Meeting and members wishing to nominate for these positions should complete a nomination form available on our website.

The Committee positions that are to be offered for election are:
? Two Executive Committee Members
o Vice President – Business
o Vice President – Administration
? Up to six Ordinary Committee Members

Nominations for Committee positions must be received by close of business on Thursday, 4th December 2014 and should be addressed to the Secretary.

Any members wishing to discuss the Committee positions and/or the AGM should contact the Club President, Robyn Gangell.