Majura FC Registration Payment and Refund Policy

Majura Football Club Registration Payment and Refund Policy COVID-19 Response (updated 14 April 2020) Please click here for the .pdf version. Payment of Player Registration Fees Until the decision to move forward with the 2020 season is made, new registrations have been suspended until further notice. Registration Fees are to be paid online through “Play Football” at the time of registration by selecting the relevant package. Payment can be processed via VISA or MASTERCARD. If you are unable to pay using this method please contact the club registrar at prior to commencing the registration process to discuss other options. Player Eligibility To be eligible for round one of competition all players must be made “Active” in Play Football one week prior of the relevant competition start date. It will be the responsibility of each player / parent to ensure they have completed all actions to be made “Active”. In order to be considered “Active”, the player registration payment must be received in full or an approved payment plan must be processed. Players not “Active” by the requirements defined above will not be able to compete until resolved. Coaches and Managers of the team will be notified of eligible players prior to Round One commencing. If a player

Season 2020 Update

The FFA has suspended football activities at all levels across the country including training and games and the Federal and ACT Governments have imposed bans on group gatherings (more than two people). This means that no Majura teams should be meeting for training, or for any other purpose. We encourage you to continue training at home or if you need more space then at your local field as long as you’re maintaining proper social distancing. The FFA and Capital Football will provide further information about the season after Easter, on or around 14 April. In the meantime, Majura has temporarily closed registrations until we know if season 2020 is going ahead. Some of you are wondering about your registration fees and whether they will be refunded if the season doesn’t go ahead. Your registration fee was split three ways to Majura FC, the FFA and Capital Football when you registered so we need to wait for direction from the FFA and Capital Football in regards to the process for refunding registration fees. We understand that this is a difficult time and we will let you know as soon as we have any new information regarding the season. In the meantime please stay home,

Majura FC and COVID-19

Football Federation of Australia (FFA) has announced a suspension of all football (soccer) activities until after Easter, Tuesday 14 April. This means there will be no training, games, meetings or any other football activities. The decision comes as the latest in a series of measures being introduced by the FFA to combat the ongoing spread of COVID-19 following the announcement of its COVID-19 Guidelines yesterday and places the concerns, health and wellbeing of the Australian football and wider community as the highest priority. While we are all keen to get out on the pitch and get the season underway, we must consider the health risk that the spread of the virus poses to players and their families. Slowing the spread of the virus is the most important thing to do now and the only way we are likely to get any chance of a season of football in 2020. Majura will send out updates as the situation changes. We will continue to do all the behind the scenes work in preparation for the season including organising teams and draws in the hope that the season will start on May 2 as planned for all juniors. The senior competition start has already been

Majura FC is looking for a Technical Director

Majura FC Technical Director - Position Description PURPOSE To plan and manage football programs and drive the technical development of players and coaches at Majura FC. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES In conjunction with the Majura FC committee, establish a guiding philosophy and vision statement Develop a technical plan which allows a tiered approach to development and caters for players aspirations from social football through to NPL and representative level Ensure all player development plans are in line with the FFA National Curriculum Create a training curriculum and monitor coach training and style of play during games Develop a communications strategy that enables reporting, information sharing and feedback for coaches, players, parents and committee members Maintain and improve accreditation required for the position as per FFA requirements KEY OUTCOMES A guiding philosophy and vision statements which cater for all age groups and skill levels at Majura FC A technical plan which enables player and coach development at all levels consistent with the FFA curriculum A style of play that every coach teaches, and every player learns An informed club membership who understand the importance of technical and tactical skills in football A pool of players and coaches able to compete in the NPL when the opportunity

Information Day and Trials

Majura Information Day Saturday, 15 February 9.00am – 12 noon Majura Clubhouse, Antill St Dickson Trial Dates Remember: All players must be registered prior to the trials Please arrive 15 minutes early and don't forget your shin guards   Age Group Dates Time U10 Open and U10 Girls Fridays, 21 & 28 February 5:00 - 6:15 pm U11 Open and U11 Girls Wednesdays, 19 & 26 February 5:00 - 6:15 pm U12 Open and U12 Girls Fridays, 21 & 28 February 6:30 - 7:45 pm U13 Open and U14 Open Wednesdays, 19 & 26 February 6:30 - 7:45 pm Goalkeepers U10, U11 and U12 Friday, 21 February 6:00 - 7:00 pm U14 Girls and U16 Girls Tuesdays, 18 & 25 February 5:30 - 7:00 pm U15 Open and U16 Open Tuesdays, 18 & 25 February 5:30 - 7:00 pm Goalkeepers U13, U14, U15 and U16 Wednesday, 19 February 6:00 - 7:00

Welcome to Majura FC 2020

Majura FC Registrations are Open for 2020 Welcome to another season of football with friends at Majura FC. We are a community club run largely by volunteers. We value inclusiveness and participation. We want all our players to develop football skills that will enable them to enjoy the game for life no matter what level they play. We hope that you will enjoy your time at Majura FC and welcome feedback and help at any time. The information below provides an outline of what is involved when you decide to register with Majura FC. More information can be found on the Majura website and Facebook page. If you have any questions email Please click here for Majura FC Important Dates. Registration Information You need to register on the Australia wide registration system, Play Football which allows you to register multiple individuals from a single account, allowing you to register and manage your whole family from a single login. This season fees must be paid by credit/debit card online to complete registration. If you are unable to pay online then please contact the Majura Registrar  Registration instructions are provided at the end of this document. If you are unable to register online at

Majura FC End of Season Events

Dear Majura FC Players, Coaches, Managers and Families, The season is drawing to a close with only two rounds left for most teams. A few lucky teams will qualify for the play-offs and finals and we wish them well. This is the time of year to turn our thoughts to the coaches and players who performed well during the year and nominate them for awards. The Players Player award for U12-U18 teams Coaches and managers please get your team to think about who they want to vote for the players player award. This is a players only vote where they get to pick the person they feel performed well throughout the season. This does not have to be the best player or the top goal scorer, it could be the player who turned up to training week-in-week-out or the player who encouraged and supported their team mates. Coaches and managers can collect their players vote and hand out the award on the last day of the season. The Coach of the Year award Managers and families this is your chance to nominate your coach for the coach of the year award if you feel they did a great job this season. Your nomination needs

ActewAGL Round supporting Lids4Kids

Capital Football in conjunction with ActewAGL will be holding a dedicated ActewAGL Round Supporting Lids4Kids. This charity may sound familiar to some of you as you might have seen Tuggeranong United FC and Gungahlin United FC with containers at their respective venues taking collections for Lids4Kids. For further background information on Lids4Kids please see the below information: LIDS4KIDS BACKGROUND Lids4Kids is a 100% volunteer project established to support Envision Hands who turn plastic bottle lids into hand and arm mobility aids for children. Lids4Kids was founded in May 2019 by Tim Miller, a Canberra-based full-time house Dad with three boys under ten who has been fundraising for charities that help sick and disabled kids since 2013. Lids4Kids went viral after ABC News shared Tim's outback charity Holden Rally Team page on Facebook ( Within 48 hours, Tim had received a thousand messages of support from volunteers all over Australia who want to help and continues to receive hundreds per day. Individuals, schools and workplaces can help Lids4Kids by collecting the plastic bottle tops from milk, water and soft-drink bottles that due to their size can't be processed by plastic recycling machines. Lids4Kids is also collecting plastic bread clips for another charity Aussie Bread

Enjoy the July school holiday break

Hello Majura Football Families, Congratulations on making it to the halfway point of the season. I hope the season is going well for you and you're enjoying the football. We've certainly been lucky with the weather (I hope I haven't just cursed us). Back on 1 June, Majura FC had the pleasure of welcoming back one its former players and Matilda, Georgia Yeoman-Dale. Georgia spent the morning with us signing autographs, taking pics and chatting with our players. It was a wonderful morning and Majura FC wishes Georgia all the best and we hope to see her again soon. If you are at the grounds early you may have seen our six caped Miniroos superheroes. They are actively involved in delivering the U5/6 Miniroos program and have been doing a super job making sure our youngest players learn to love the game! Say hello if you see them around the grounds. I’d like to give a shout out to our two club captains – Sophia and Owen – who are doing a great job representing the club. On Saturday mornings you can see them kicking the ball around with teams, helping out around the clubhouse and generally doing all that is expected

Good Sports Level 3 Accreditation

Majura Football Club is a level 3 Good Sports Accredited Club Majura FC Level 3 Certificate Good Sports Majura Smoking and Alcohol Management Policy 2019 Good Sports gives local sporting clubs access to the tools, resources and support they need so they can get on with enjoying their