Originally known as the Murrumbidgee Juggernauts (red and black colours), the club was formed in 1994 in what was then known as the Monaro League Amateur competition. In 2014 the club changed its name to ‘Molonglo Juggernauts’ (GWS Giants Colours) to represent the greater region of the new Molonglo area in Canberra.
The Molonglo Juggernauts Football Club field sides in the AFL Canberra Division 3, Division 4 and Women’s amateur Australian Football Leagues’.
Our Men and Women sides represent the Weston Creek/Molonglo region in Canberra and offer a senior pathway for the Weston Creek Juniors boys and girls in the area to continue their AFL football careers when they finish their junior football. We also strongly welcome past and present players who would like to extend their football careers in the amateur leagues.
All of our committee, coaches and players participate for the passion of the sport and the passion for the footy club and enjoy a welcoming, family orientated community ‘grass roots’ footy club culture.
Our club motto is ‘ENJOY YOUR FOOTY’ and as our team song sings we are “UNITED AS ONE MIGHTY PACK”. We always welcome new and previous players regardless of gender, age or past experience to come along and play footy with the mighty Juggernauts.
Stirling Oval, Teasdale Place, Stirling
The Murrumbidgee River is a major tributary of the Murray River within the Murray–Darling basin and the second longest river in Australia. It flows through New South Wales and the ACT. The word Murrumbidgee means “big water” in the Wiradjuri language, one of the local Aboriginal languages.