Registration FAQs

Is my child old enough to play?

Children can play in 2020 if they were born on or before 31 December 2015. If they were born after this date, unfortunately they will have to wait til next year.

Do I have to register online?

All registrations have to be done online, whether you do it yourself, or you contact our Registrar Catherine Lacey for assistance. The advantage of doing it yourself is it’s easy and you don’t need to queue up.

How much are the fees?

Registration fees (includes player insurance) for the 2020 season are as follows:
U6 & U7.............$170
U8 & U9.............$190
U10 & U11.........$205
U/W12-17..........$221.50
AL/Senior...$334.50

I’m not sure if I want to register – can I talk to someone?

Yes. You can send an email to the Registrar at admin@eirbuilding.com.au or contact Catherine Lacey on 0424 783 507.

When does registration close?

Registrations must be completed before midnight Friday 7th February 2020. A $50 late fee applies to registrations after this date.

Do I need a photo?

All players in the U10 age group and older must upload a photo into the myfootballclub system. This a headshot and the player must not be wearing glasses (if they need glasses to play then they must obtain and wear sports glasses in the photo). The digital photo needs to be less than 5MB in size. Photos are uploaded in the first screen when registering. Registrations cannot be completed until photos are uploaded.

How do I get a uniform?

Uniforms will be on sale at the registration sessions. Costs are; $40.00 shirt, $30 shorts, $10 socks (full uniform $80).

How can I pay?

You can pay by credit card via the online registration system.

Can I request a particular team for my child?

Unfortunately we can't take requests for team placement.

When does the season start?

Round 1 is on Sat 28th/Sun 29th March 2020.

Who will coach?

Once teams are sorted, we will advise everybody by email. Teams must select a volunteer coach and manager from amongst the team's parent/friend group.

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