2017 Sign On

Calling all ages, boys and girls, men and women. Come down and see what all the fuss is about.
Learn life lessons and make friends for life while staying fit and active.

When is Sign On?

Information Fun Day
Sunday 15th January 2017 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Followed by a Senior exhibition match.

Where is Sign on?

At the clubhouse, Sutton Park Brassall

How do I Sign on?

Attendance at any of the Sign On days is not strictly necessary but is a great way to meet everyone. Registration is the responsibility of the member or parent/guardian. The self-registration process is where a player logs into MyFootballClub using their FFA number and password to register with the club of their choice for the coming season.

My Football Club website http://www.myfootballclub.com.au/

My Football Club is the national registration program that FFA has set up to streamline the registration process. It is a requirement that all players, officials, coaches and volunteers are registered via this program.

 

How much does it cost to play?

Registration Fee payments are the responsibility of the member or parent/guardian. All fees must be paid before you first match.

Age Group

Age

Membership Fee

Match Fees

Seniors

18 +

$300

$10

Youths

Under 17 to 18

$200

$10

Juniors

Under 12 to 16

$150

$10

MiniRoos

Under 6 to 11

$150

$7.50

Calves

Age 3 to 5

$50

NA

 

Registration Fees

The member registration fees cover additional fees imposed on the club by other organisations including but not limited to:

  • Football Federation Australia
  • Football Queensland
  • Football Brisbane
  • Grounds and Facilities
  • Club Operation

NO pay NO play

  • All outstand previous years’ fees are to be paid in full before the first game is played, including trial games.
  • A minimum of $100 must be paid before playing a trial game. NO exceptions.
  • A minimum of 50% is to be paid two weeks before the first round is played.
  • All fees excluding the match fee portion must be paid before you play your first match.

How do I pay?

The easiest way to pay is via Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). You can also pay at the club via cash or card.

BSB: 633000
Account No: 156143620
Account Name: Ipswich City All Sports
Reference: "Your FFA Number" e.g.52599636

What if I’m having trouble affording registration?

  • You can apply for a payment plan in writing by the player / guardian by emailing [email protected]
  • We understand that the State Governments “Get Started” program will be running again, this program gains in popularity every year and so if you are eligible please try to apply straight away to ensure you have the best chance of being successful. Further details can be found here: http://www.qld.gov.au/recreation/sports/funding/getinthegame/getstarted/

 

What if I want to cancel my registration?

You can cancel your registration at any time. Ipswich City Football Club does not refund registration.

This assists in ensuring that the club’s costs in the event of uniforms and equipment being ordered, fees already paid to the other entities and the general administrative tasks already performed by the Club are reimbursed.

How do I de-register?

De-registration is the responsibility of the member or parent/guardian. The process is:

  1. Ensure your fees are up-to-date
  2. Notify your coach in writing
  3. Self-de-registration via My Football Club website http://www.myfootballclub.com.au/
  4. The club Registrar will accept de-registration between 4 and 7 days after step 3 is completed and only if fees are up-to-date

About Our Club

Ipswich City Soccer Club, "The Bulls", was formed in 1975 with five teams and 70 players, drawn from all parts of Ipswich City, although most of them came from Leichhardt, Brassall & surrounding areas. The first committee meeting was held on 16th Feb 1975. The committee voted Noel McCool as President, Pam McCool as Secretary & John Hohnke as Treasurer. Mrs Jones was also voted President of the Ladies committee. Committee members voted were: Joe Korhecz, Ray Jones, Barry Roberts, Brian Hartwell & John Stains.