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2018 Registration Fees

Registrations OPEN 3rd January, 2018.

Under 6 -7 = $450
Under 8-9 = $460
Under 10 -12 = $470
Under 13 – 15 = $480
Under 16 -18 = $490
Seniors (18+) = $500

What do I get for joining?

Mini Roo’s (Under 6 to 11) – Playing shirt, shorts, socks, team photo, trophy/ medallion, training equipment (for Coach), minimum 20 games, skill sessions.

Competition Aged (Under 12 to Seniors) – Polo shirt, playing shorts, socks, team photo, trophy/ medallion, training equipment (for Coach), minimum 20 game.

On average that’s $23.75 a week.

What do my fees cover?

Roughly $110 goes to FFA, Football Queensland and Football Gold Coast to cover costs including insurance and game administration.
The remainder covers the clubs expenses :-

  • Referees
  • Electricity (Field lighting, clubhouse)
  • Uniforms
  • Trophies and photo’s
  • Training equipment (Balls, bibs,cones, etc)
  • Line marking
  • Goals (Repairs & replacement)
  • Ground officials
  • Coaching (Education, training sessions, etc)
  • GCCC rates ( leases, ground usage, etc)
  • General club running costs ( rubbish, toilets, office equipment, etc)
  • Club maintenance

Your fees cover you for the year, with no hidden costs.

More information about how to register will be posted shorty. We will also email the information. If you did not receive the last email about trials, please email Paul to add you to the mailing list

secretary@mudgeerabasoccer.com

 

 

 

2018 Trial Dates

Due to the Commonwealth Games next year and associated field closures, Football Gold Coast has decided to start the 2018 junior competition from 16/17th February.

Because of this time frame we are forced to start trails early. The committee has decided to start trails before December to avoid people missing out during the Christmas Holiday period.

The trials will be held at the Mudgeeraba Showgrounds (enter via Mudgeeraba Rd).

The trails have been split into two groups, JPL/Div1 Trials and General Trials. ( Under 9’s to 11’s will only have the JPL trials, everyone is encourage to try out, but those who do not wish to trial will need to come down to team allocation nights, to be announced at a later date)

Whats the difference between both types of trials?

JPL/DIV 1 TRIALS – These trails are for players with a higher football skill. These players must be committed to training, game days and extra competitions, eg carnivals. Everyone is welcome to trail.

GENERAL TRIALS – These trials are for players still developing their football skills. These trials are for the lower division teams.

What happens if I can not make the trials?

We are aiming to leave spaces in teams for players to be able trial in the new year. We are aware that players are doing other sports and may find it difficult to make trails. Email Fraser Cuba – coaching@mudgeerabasoccer.com with your name, player name, contact details and team you played in last so he can make a note of your absence.

Do I need to register?

Player registrations on MyFootballClub open 3rd January, 2018. Players will be able to register on/after this date. We will copy the list of current members from this year and will make it our check list. New members are welcome to trial and your details will be collected before the trails.

Details on how to register on MyFootballClub will be posted at a later date.

Please turn up earlier than your start time to have your name marked off the list.

If you have any questions, please email Paul Cameselle – secretary@mudgeerabasoccer.com

 

 

Fines for Dissent

In an effort to curb player abuse towards referees, from this weekend’s games (28/4/17) ALL Mudgeeraba players who are given a card for dissent (Y2 or R6) will have to pay the associated fine before they will be able to play the next game.

Once the club has received notification of the fine, the player and coach/manager will be informed and the player will be given an invoice for payment. Until the fine is paid the player will be suspended.

Mudgeeraba Soccer Club is supporting Football Gold Coast, Football Queensland and FFA in their Zero Tolerance towards abuse of referees by players and officials.