Registration Guide for 2020
There is a new Australia wide registration system this season called Play Football which allows a new mobile optimised user experience, you can register multiple individuals from a single account, allowing you to register and manage your whole family from a single login. All participants will login with their Football Account and can use Facebook or Google logins as well as email, so you no longer need your FFA number to login.
As a participant (player, parent or club official) looking to register for the up-coming season, you will need to create a Football Account If you already have a Football Account, please sign in.
Once you have created and logged into your account you will be provided with a list of matching profiles from MyFootballClub where the email addresses match the one that you have provided. This is where you link existing profiles (yours and family members) in order to register them to play. You only need to do this once and then you’re set for future seasons.
The following guide provide additional information about the registration process:
You can also contact the club by email if you have any queries regarding the registration process.
The preferred method for payment is by credit card as part of online registration. If this is not possible payment can also be made by:
|Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)||Cheque||Cash|
|Account Name: Majura FC
BSB: 062 904
Account: 0090 1679
If paying by EFT please ensure you include the player(s) FFA number(s) in the payee section.
|If paying by cheque, please make it out to “Majura Football Club”, write
the player(s) name(s)and FFA number(s) on the back of the cheque, and post it to:
Majura Football Club
PO Box 449,
Dickson ACT 2602
|Please contact the club registrar or assistant registrar if you wish to pay your registration fees in cash.|
What your Fees Cover
Your Majura Football Club registration fees cover:
- Capital Football and Football Federation of Australia fees (these include player and volunteer insurance);
- online registration costs;
- Majura playing shirts;
- training and game day equipment;
- hiring Dickson playing fields for training/game days;
- end of season awards; and
- Majura Clubhouse running costs.
Fundraising from the Canteen and BBQ will continue to go towards player and coach development and the purchase of more expensive equipment such as goals and nets.
What is important for our existing and new members to know, is that Capital Football announced that for the second consecutive year, there will be no increase to football registration fees in the ACT region.
To the end, MajuraFC as community centric club, is please to again support this initiative by not increasing its members fees in 2018 for all of our junior age groups, except for a very modest increase for adult State and Masters to cover additional overheads.
Majura FC recommends that all players play in their own age group however the club does allow players to play up a year. Girls playing in open or mixed gender teams may play for a team in an age group that is one chronological year below their actual age group.
If you wish to play in an older age group and the registration system doesn’t allow it, then please contact the club by email.
|Age Group||Year of Birth||Fee||Registration
|U5-6 Miniroos (first timers)||2014 and 2015||$170||Open||Vacat|
|U6-7 Girls||2013 and 2014||$170||Open||Vacant|
|U6-7 Open||2013 and 2014||$170||Open||Vacant|
|U8-9 Girls||2011 and 2012||$170||Open||Vacant|
|U16 Girls||2004 and 2005||$225||Open||Vacant|
|Women’s State League||Open Age||$425||Open||Vacant|
|Men’s State League||Open Age||$425||Open||Vacant|
Majura FC Registration 2020