Players will be able to register on-line through www.playfootball.com.au.
If you are a new player to football you will need to follow the links to obtain a FFA number before registering.
For information on obtaining a FFA code click here.
Please ensure your mobile and email contact details are current.
To register for Saturday Men’s and mixed football select Roselea Football Club in the club section.
To register for Sunday Women’s and girls only football select Roselea Womens in the club section.
Only online payment will be accepted.
If you have any queries on how to register, please contact the registrar Gayle Morrison on firstname.lastname@example.org or your appropriate Vice President.
$100 NSW Government Active Kids Programme
Please read this carefully.
Active Kids is a program to help NSW families meet the cost of getting their kids into sport and active fitness and recreation activities.
Who is eligible to claim the voucher?
Every child (4.5 – 18 years’ old) enrolled in school from Kindergarten to Year 12 will be eligible for an Active Kids Voucher. This includes those who are home-schooled or enrolled in secondary school education at TAFE NSW.
To activate your Rebate Code please go to the Service NSW Portal at https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/ after 31 Jan with your Medicare card.
Click Here for more information about the program.
As the Active Kids program starts on 31 Jan 2018, please read the information below on how to register with the rebate.
Players registering before January 31 workflow:
1. Register in MyFootballClub as normal through playfootball.com.au.
2. Select Purchase Additional Items for the $100 rebate off your total.
3. Check the tickbox.
4. Complete payment online.
5. At this stage your registration will be valid but NOT ACTIVE.
6. To activate your registration, the Parent applies for Active Kids Code via the Service NSW Portal after January 31.
7. Parent logs back into Child's MyFootballClub 2018 account, clicks EDIT package and enters Voucher Code into additional questions against current season registration. THIS IS THE PARENTS RESPONSIBILITY, NOT THE CLUB.
8. The Club then checks validity of voucher code via Club Portal of Service NSW Website.
9. ONLY AFTER A VALID REBATE CODE IS RECEIVED BY THE CLUB WILL THE PLAYERS REGISTRATION BE MADE ACTIVE ALLOWING THEM TO TAKE THE FIELD.
Click here To read a fact sheet from FNSW
Where do I go if I need help with this process?
Players registering after January 31 workflow:
1. Parent applies for Voucher via Service NSW Portal with their Medicare card.
2. Register in MyFootballClub as normal through www.playfootball.com.au
3. At invoice screen, parent enters Active Kids Code into available field
4. Upon entry of a valid code, the system will automatically deduct $100 off the invoice total.
5. Registration will be valid and ACTIVE
2018 Registration Terms and Conditions
By registering with Roselea FC you accept the Clubs T&C’s.
Click to view Roselea FC Club T&C's
The Club is offering an early bird discount of $20 per player for all SENIOR players registering and paying in full by Friday 9 February 2018. If full payment is not received by that date, then the discount will not apply.
Fees cover FFA levy, GHFA/NWSWF costs, insurance, shirt provision, training ground hire and trophies.
A Family discount of around 10% on fees is given by the Club to families who have 3 or more players playing with Roselea FC. A family comprises a father, mother and children. It is not available to cousins or any other relatives. The family Discount is available at the Club’s discretion.
2018 Fees by age group.
Early Bird Fee 2018
Full Fee 2018
Fee after $100 rebate
All new players will be given free socks if a player registers and pays fees in full.
Note: Children may play up a grade (recommended max. of 2 years) if desired (eg to play with friends) and should pay the fee relevant to the age division they will be playing.
In 2018 the Club will be adhering to a strict “NO PAY- NO PLAY” policy. Player ID Cards will not be issued until full fee payment and/or Active Kids Rebate has been received.
Payment plans will be available to persons with financial difficulties. This is at the discretion of the Club. In these circumstances regular payments must be made and all payments must be finalised by the start of the season. You may be asked for proof of financial difficulties.
Senior teams will be registered only when the Club receives full payment from sufficient players to form a team.
Should any player decide to withdraw from Roselea after completing a registration form, full fees will not be refunded. Depending on the timing of the withdrawal, the Association charge the club a fee. A refund net of any relevant Club and Association’s charges will be issued. This will be paid once the season commences and after all withdrawal requests have been received.
Payment of the player registration fee includes an insurance premium required through the Football Federation of Australia. All players are covered for limited medical costs when no other insurance exists. Full details of the insurance cover can be provided by the GHFA and the NWSWF.
The Club provides players with a club shirt for the season and this must be returned at the end of the season. Club shorts, socks and club merchandise will be available for purchase from the Harold West Uniform shop. Dates to be advised.
MiniRoos Games in 2018
Under 6 and under 7 will be 4 a side on a 30m x 20m field. Non competitive
Under 8 and under 9 will be 7 a side on a 50m x 35m field. Non competitive
Under 10 and under 11 will be 9 a side on a 70m x 45m field with goalkeeper. Non competitive
There is one graded division (Blue) in the under 8 MiniRoos. Roselea players have the option to try out for the “graded” division of the Association. If there are sufficient players to field a “graded” team Roselea will nominate a team
Under 9 - 11will play in graded teams however they will be non competitive divisions. The idea is to have players of similar abilities playing each other.
The season starts Saturday 7 April.
MiniRoos games are not played during school holidays.
Pre-season Trial Games are slated for 17 and 24 March. Teams will be notified when games have been organised.
Fun Day – free sausage sizzle for all minis players. Bring a Friend
See club website home page for dates in February.
Grading dates will be released soon.
See club website home page for dates in February.
Players are encouraged to attend the session as noted above and will be advised if they are required to attend another session. GRADING AGES AND TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AS SOME AGE GROUPS WILL NOT BE REQUIRED ON THAT DATE. NOTIFICATION OF THIS WILL BE GIVEN AFTER YOUR GRADING.
All players which wish to be considered for the highest graded team within their age group will be expected to be available to attend all grading sessions.
Should you have any questions in relation to grading, please feel free to contact Stuart Harvey. Grading will be done in accordance with the Club’s Grading Policy which is available on the Club’s website.
In the event of wet weather and/or extreme heat conditions, please check the Club’s website, www.roseleafootballclub.com or our Facebook page to check whether grading has been postponed. Please note that grading is ON unless a notification is posted on the website and Facebook page
Roselea is a volunteer organization and cannot function without the support of its players and parents. Each team has certain responsibilities as part of that support: -
- Competitive, senior and women’s teams will be required to set up and pack up designated fields as rostered on game days and assist with line marking as rostered. Match cards may be withheld for failure to assist when required.
- In addition, ALL teams will be required to fill two official positions for their team:
(a) Coach - Their job is to teach players about football. Different training is required for different ages and the club provides support and assistance through the Director of Coaching.
(b) Manager- Their job is to organise the team and be the communication link between the club and the players/parents. Managers or a delegate is required to attend club meetings.
In accordance with new FNSW regulations all coaches and managers will require a WWC (Working with Children) number even if your child is in the team.
The WWC number will be required at the time of registering as a coach or manager.
These are free for volunteers and can be obtained form the office of children’s guardian. Click Here.