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Carving paths for future football stars

Join a powerhouse of women’s football in South Australia – and be part of the proud Adelaide University Soccer Club tradition.

Our Women’s National Premier League (WNPL) program carves paths for talented players to represent Australia and play in the highest leagues across our country and the world.

With a mix of mature faces and young emerging talent, we’ve found the secret recipe to balance success with player development.

Throw in several Westfield W-League guns; and veteran and rising stars from within our junior girls and women’s programs; you have the ingredients for a delicious serving of Friday night football.

Serving this squad are experienced coaches and club legends, led by 2016s ‘most awarded coach in SA’, Kosta Jaric.

Garnish with the infectious and motivational presence of fitness trainer Josh Mitise – this is one efficient cocktail for player and personal growth brewing at AUSC.

If you dare to be part of this adventurous and skilled squad, contact us now or fill out the ‘join a team‘ form or contact our team officials directly.


Matches are played Friday nights at Adelaide Shores or The Parks Football Centre.

Reserves play mostly on Sunday afternoons with home games at the Graduates Oval, Mackinnon Parade.


League champion – 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987
Runner-up – 1988, 1989, 1991, 2012
Cup wins – 1980, 1982, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 2012 R/Up: 1984, 1988

Gallery images courtesy of 80kms.com

Quick links


  • SumTotal. AUSC team sponsor
  • Norwood Foodland. AUSC team sponsor
Kosta Jaric
Kosta JaricAssistant Coach
Alex Macdonald
Alex MacdonaldReserves Coach
Joshua Smith
Joshua SmithStrength & Conditioning Coach
Mark Bosio
Mark BosioAssistant Coach
Andrej Djakovic
Andrej DjakovicAssistant Coach
Giorgio Profiris
Giorgio ProfirisStatistician/GPS/Team Manager

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