Starkick is a multi-award winning, non-contact All-Abilities football program that caters for boys and girls 5 to 17 years of age. Founded and launched by the Coolbinia Bombers JFC in 2015, the program promotes inclusion, equality and opportunity and runs as an integral part of the clubs Auskick Centre.

Children who by circumstance or choice, who may be unable or unwilling to participate in a traditional sporting team environment, are provided the support and resources they require to enable them to participate and most importantly – have fun!
Starkick aims to cater for all disabilities, and runs with the simple mantra –


Our Starkick program will be run at the same time as our Auskick program – Saturdays 9.00am to 10.30am.

If you have any questions regarding the program please contact the StarKick coordinator – Michael Theodos –

To register for Starkick –

Benefits to children
• Children engage in games and activities geared towards their own abilities
• Inclusion and equality – A sense of belonging and being part of a wider team and club
• Children learn the basics of teamwork
• Children are provided with the necessary support and when required have access to 1 on 1 assistance.
• Children learn the basic principles and importance of physical activity
• Through specially arranged team activities, children learn important social skills, including cooperation and respect for others
• Contact with older children and adults provides valuable role model experiences
• Generally, children benefit from greater levels of confidence and self-awareness and improved health, fitness and overall well-being
• Physical activity develops motor and social skills and intellectual capacities.
• Physically active children are more attentive, have a more efficient memory, enhanced creativity and better learning, and problem solving and attitude capabilities
• Starkick aims to help children develop to their full potential but never forgetting the overall goal of having fun.
Benefits to parents
• Opportunities for safe, quality family time that results in family bonding
• A sense of belonging and community involvement
• The opportunity to engage with children and other families
• Greater social contact and interaction
Benefits to the community
• A stronger social fabric and improved community health
• Creating a framework for enhanced inclusion and acceptance for everyone
• An opportunity to reach out to all members of the community for inclusion within a Club based environment
• Enhanced family and non-family support networks
• Create awareness in the wider community for both children and adults
• Community structure serves as positive models for other community programs that rely on volunteer support