Albury Hotspurs plan to build new female-friendly facilities at Aloysius Park in the next two years.
The club's junior girls sides swept the board in the Albury-Wodonga Football Association last season, winning the league championship at under-12, under-14 and under-17 level.
Hotspurs also fielded senior women's teams in Divisions 1 and 2 but club president Brad Howard admitted the quality of amenities hasn't kept pace with their on-field growth.
"We've got the most female footballers but we don't have any separate change rooms for the girls at the moment," Howard said.
"We literally have to keep a lookout when the girls are getting changed.
"We have to have someone standing guard while they use the change rooms to make sure they have adequate privacy.
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"These things take time but over the next couple of years, we're really going to be focusing on securing some grants and working with council and all levels of government to try to get a new facility at Aloysius Park.
"Female football is a huge focus and definitely the strongest part of our club.
"To secure second position on the ladder (in Division 1), with an average age of 15 or 16, was a real highlight for the year.
"In 2023, as well as being our 50th year, we're going to be having the female World Cup in Australia.
"It's such a strong sport for our women in Australia, let alone the region, and that we need to start focusing on their needs as well as what we've always done for the men."
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