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The Aldi junior football programme has claimed around 10,000 new girls and boys have signed up this year.
The MiniRoos 'Kick-Off' programme shows football's popularity and participation continues to grow.
The MiniRoos format was launched nationally in 2015 and claims to be the largest introductory programme in Australian sport, expected to hit 250,000 players within two years.
Overseen by Football Federation Australia, the programme is run by local clubs and associations. The 'Kick-Off' programme, which runs year round, is designed for new players aged between four and nine and feeds into regular Aldi MiniRoos football.
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