2017 Registration fees are:
|Age Group||Year of birth||Fees||Status|
|Peewees||2011 & 2012||$110||Closed|
|U6-7 Girls||2010 & 2011||$155||Closed|
|U8-9 Girls||2008 & 2009||$155||Closed|
|U16 Girls||2001 and 2002||$175||Closed|
|U18 Open||1999 and 2000||$175||Closed|
|U18 Girls||1999 and 2000||$175||Closed|
|Men †||Open age||$420||Closed|
|Women †||Open age||$420||Closed|
* For enquiries, please contact Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org
† Senior Men and Senior Women players will be provided with their own player jersey to keep.
Belsouth offers a Family fee reduction. This applies when three or more children per Family are registered in any age group except Men and Women. To claim the Family fee, you can either:
- Pay each child’s fees in full in MFC and then claim a refund by emailing our Treasurer, or
- Complete the MFC online registration and select the Pay Later option, then email our Treasurer to arrange payment by direct deposit.
For more information on club fees see the Belsouth Fees Policy 2017
For more information on fee payment options see the FAQ on “How can I pay for Registration” below.
You will need to register as soon as possible after opening of registration to ensure a place.
Frequently asked questions
- 1. How do I know which age group my child should play in?
A player’s true age group is most simply understood with reference to the birthday reached during the playing year. A player turning 11 during the current calendar year is an Under 11, one turning 13 is an Under 13, etc.
Dispensation may be granted to play up a year above one’s true age group. This is most often the case for someone to play in the same team as his or her school year group. Contact the age coordinator to discuss the issue if you would like your child to play up an age group.
Girls playing in mixed-teams may also play one age group younger than their true age group.
- 2. How do I find my FFA number?
If you have registered your child before 2014 with the Football Federation of Australia (FFA) for any club in Australia, you can use the same FFA number to register with Belsouth. If you have forgotten the number click here to find it.
If you need to obtain a new number (you have never registered before), you can set up a new FFA account here.
- 3. How can I pay for registration?
It is strongly preferred that all Registration Fees are paid by credit card during the online registration process through the My Football Club system. This method simplifies our processes and saves our volunteers a lot of time. Any time after registering (but before the 15 April), you can elect to log back into My Football Club and pay online by credit card.
If necessary, alternative payment methods in order of preference are:
1. Direct deposit to Commonwealth Bank, Account Name: BJSC Inc, BSB 062-900 Account Number 10051918
2. Cheque or money-order sent to Belsouth Soccer, PO Box 4112, Hawker ACT 2614
IMPORTANT: If you need to pay by cash, cheque or money order you must register online first and provide us with a copy of your online registration invoice. The Treasurer will be available at select times and dates to receive payments directly, including at the information session at the Belsouth Soccer Club (refer to the calendar for dates, times and location). You will be issued with a receipt on payment.
- 4. How do I register as a player?
All players need to register on myfootballclub.com.au. Instructions are provided on the MFC website for new players and those re-registering from past years or you can download and view our Belsouth myfootballclub player registration guide 2017.
You will need to register as soon as possible after opening of registration to ensure a place; our club often fills all available registrations for any given age group early.
Late registrations will be accepted subject to availability of places in teams. If required, please email our registrar to enquire about waiting lists or availability.
Information for new players can be found on the New players page.
More information for new players can also be found on the New Players page.