Links to the Club
Asbuild Sporting Complex bookings
Our Club’s facilities, i.e oval, function room, kitchen and bar, are now available for hire. Click here to view prices and booking forms.
FOX SPORTS PULSE
To view the results from our latest or past games, and catch up on any other club related activity, visit the Palmerston Magpies Fox Sports Pulse Website.
The Magpies hosts it’s own AUSKICK center at the club, To register, click the icon to be sent to the Auskick website, where you can register today.
Palmerston FC hosts the Thunder Juniors program, with training on Tues and Wed nights. Games are played on Friday nights. Click here to register.
All hail the Palmy Army!
Come and join the greatest team of all!
Originally known as the Internationals, the club was formed in 1971 by a group which consisted primarily of soccer players intent on keeping fit during their off season. After showing some promise as semi-official members of the NTFL Reserves competition in the 1971/72 season; the club was admitted to senior ranks the following year and changed its name to North Darwin.
North Darwin approached Keith Kemp to be the Club Patron (now held by Mick Malady..) and adopted the playing strip of The Collingwood Football Club, maybe hoping that the success of the famous Magpies would set the stage for success within the local competition.
The Palmerston Magpies Football Club was borne initially from the re-location of the North Darwin Football Club to the city of Palmerston, south of Darwin in 1995/96. We were first known as North Darwin/Palmerston Magpies before dropping off the name of North Darwin to become the Palmerston Magpies Football Club in 1996/97.
In more recent times, the club has shown great promise across all of it's 12 competing teams. Led by passionate coaches and their new President John Marshall, (returning to the club in his old role) the club has entered a new era.
Volunteers steer the Magpies from behind the scenes, please see our Committee and Volunteers page to learn more about our Club's vital support staff. On field success in the 2015/16 season came from all our junior teams, with our senior women's losing by under a goal to miss out on the grand final. They showed great heart and courage to compete so strongly throughout the year. Our premier men's team fell short of a finals berth, but only on percentage.
2017 will be the year of the Pie, so come and grab a seat amongst the PALMY ARMY and feel the passion!
The Magpies have 12 teams fielded every week during the Wet Season, in the TIO NTFL competition - U/12's Boys, Magpie White - U12's Boys, Magpie Black
U14's Boys Gunderson - U14's Boys Lewfatt
U'16's Boys, White, U'16's Boys Black, U'18 Boys
U'15 Youth Girls - U'18 Junior Girls
Senior Men's Div 2, Senior Men's Div 1
- Women's Premier League
- Men's Premier League
The Magpies have a new team directing them towards future glory. Visit our volunteers page to see who!
Palmerston FC is currently building to revitalize it's administration ranks. If you want to join our passionate team, send us a message using the "Get in touch" section at the bottom of the page. Or, If you think you know someone perfect for the job, or even a Volunteer, send us a nomination, and we'll contact them!
AUSKICK CENTRE HERE!!!
We currently have 62 local boys and girls signed up for Auskick at Palmerston FC, beginning 29/04/2016. Register on the AFL website under Palmerston's post code now to claim your child's spot!
All clubs train on different nights with matches held on Fridays from 6pm – 8pm at TIO Stadium or Palmerston Oval. Training begins the week starting 11 April, with matches beginning on Friday 22 April 2016.
Minimum Age Limits -
How old do you have to be to play Thunder Juniors? -Under 9's You have to have turned 7 years of age in season & you must be 9 or Under at 31st December 2015. -Under 11's You must be 11 or Under at 1st July 2015. -Girls You must be 14 or Under at 1st July 2015.