Registration & Fees

Registrations for 2017

Registration for the 2017 winter competition are now CLOSED. The Registrations for 2018 will open in early 2018 (Exact Date: TBA).

The following information for 2017 Registration Process is provided for reference purposes only:

All registrations must be done on-line through www.myfootballclub.com.au

For Assistance in the registration process, please click here

Player Information for 2017

Please note: Women who wish to play in the North West Sydney Women’s Football (NWSWF) competition need to select Redbacks Women’s FC – not Gladesville Hornsby Football Association (GHFA)

For all the information regarding playing in the Girls Only Competition with NWSWF please contact Paul Keene 0438 212 335. Ages are from U6 to All Age and all games are played on a Sunday in the NWSWF competition.

Dates

Registration day was held on Saturday 4th February, 8:30am – 1pm, at View Street.

NB: Pre-season trial games are often organised with short notice on weekends during March. Managers will inform teams when such games have been organised.

Fee Structure

The following table displays the fees for the 2017 season.

Fees are the same for both the GHFA and Women’s Competitions

Age Group Year of birth guide Junior Fee Senior Fee
Under 5, 6 & 7 2012 - 2010 $139.50 N/A
Under 8 & Under 9 2009 - 2008 $147.50 N/A
Under 10,11 & 12 2007 - 2005 $195 N/A
Under 13 2004 $211.5 N/A
Under 14 2003 $210 N/A
Under 15 2002 $222 N/A
Under 16 2001 $236 N/A
Under 17 2000 $243 N/A
Under 18 1999 $256 N/A
Under 19, 20 & 21 1998 – 1996 N/A $256
All Age All Age N/A $328
Over 35 1981 or earlier N/A $320
Over 45 1971 or earlier N/A $320
Super League All Age N/A $345

Note: Children may play up a grade (recommended maximum of 2 years) if desired (e.g. to play with friends) and should pay the fee relevant to the age division they will be playing in, except where the club does not field a team in an appropriate age division, in effect forcing them to play up

Redbacks FC has a strict ‘No Pay – No Play’ policy. Player ID cards will NOT be issued until full fee payment has been received. All-Age, Over 35 and Over 45 teams will be registered with their respective associations only when the Club receives full payment from sufficient players to form a team.

Photographs for Player ID Cards

Photos are valid for 3 years for juniors and 5 years for seniors. If you had your digital photo taken within this time it will not need to be updated this year.

Team Allocation – U6 & U7’s

Mini’s Gala Night (Under 6 / 7)

  • Was held on Friday 17th February (7pm – 8.30pm)

Parents are advised via email or phone of the team their child has been allocated to, and initial training dates. Weekly training commences in March, at a time suitable for the individual team coaches.

Grading & Team Allocations – U8’s

U8’s Small Sided Games will play a 7v7 format in 2017. The top team will be graded, whilst all other teams will be ranked according to their approximate skills, so that teams play similar standard teams during the season.

All U8 players need to attend these sessions so that team allocations can be finalised efficiently.

Grading – Juniors - U8 to U17

The Club will grade teams in 2017 over a 2 week period, commencing on February 12th 2017 and finishing February 19th 2017 (note, womens only league teams need to attend on the 19th only). The Grading Committee will grade players based on performance in group training sessions held for each age division on the following days:

  • U8 and U9 Sunday 8am to 9:30am
  • U10 and U11 and U12 and U13 Sunday 10.00am to 11.30am
  • U14 through to U17 do not need to attend at this stage

More information regarding the Grading Policy can be found here

Training

Team training times will be decided by agreement between coaches and players and confirmed by the Coach / Manager once a time and field has been booked with the Club.

  • The Redbacks website has links to the ground status in case of rain.
  • The council wet weather hotline number is 02 9843 0354

Coaches and Managers

Every team requires a coach and a manager. Teams are responsible for filling these positions and advising the registrar (Parents usually fill these roles in the Mini and Junior divisions). Considerable training and support is on offer for our coaches so even individuals with no prior knowledge or experience are encouraged to volunteer to fill this extremely rewarding role. Managers are also provided with easy to use instruction manuals and excellent support from Co-ordinators, so you have nothing to fear when stepping up to play your part in yours or your child’s football team.