We welcome all current, past players and all new players to come join Engadine Crusaders FC for season 2018.
All the registration information you need to know is at www.engadinecrusadersfc.com
Registrations open for U6, U21 and above players on 1/1/2018.
Junior & Senior Winter Competition Registration fees
U6 Mixed – Free registration.
U7’s to U9 mixed = $140 per player U10 & U11 mixed = $150 per player
U12 to U14 = $170 per player U15 & U16 = $180 per player
U17 to U18’s = $195 per player U21 Years & above = $270 per player
Life Members = $235 per player.
Late registrations fee of $20 will also apply to all players whom register after 6/3/2018.
Note: all teams 18yrs & above may form & register block teams. We are looking to grow our club and will accept full team registrations – subject to approval by EC committee. Please elect a team leader & contact the registrar to discuss further. email@example.com
Clubhouse Opening Times for New players only.
Previously registered players with ECFC will not be processed during these times.
Saturday Feb 3, 10am to 2pm and Wednesday 7th Feb, 7pm to 8pm
All new players must visit the clubhouse on these dates for all new player i.d sighting*, information & purchase playing uniform.
“NEW REGISTERED PLAYER” means new to Sutherland Shire Football Association.
Some players that may have an older FFA number, but have never played a with SSFA club,
they must be identified.
• BOTH Junior and Senior players NEW to SSFA Clubs need to provide proof of Date of Birth
and proof of Residency.
• Proof of Birth – Birth Certificate, Passport, Drivers Licence.
• Proof of Shire Residency
• A Current Driver’s Licence with the address unaltered since issue or renewal.
(Driver’s Licence with RMS endorsed change of address on the back will NOT be
accepted as proof of residence.)
• A Council Rate Notice for a Shire property which is the place of residency of the player.
• A recent document from a Government Department or Financial Institution.
• NOTE: (Telephone and Mobile Phone Accounts will NOT be accepted).
NOTE: Juniors regarding Residency
Parents must show residency documents, as above, or if a child doesn’t live in shire but goes
to school in shire, a letter from the school confirming 2018 attendance.
Other Important Dates:
2018 Team muster & meeting dates:
U6 & U7 age groups meet – Mon 26th Feb 6.00pm, U8 & U9 age groups meet – Mon 26th Feb 6.30pm
U10 & U11 age groups meet – Mon 26th Feb 7.00pm, U12 & U13 age groups meet – Mon 26th Feb 7.30pm
U14 & U15 age groups meet – Wed 28th Feb 6.00pm, U16 & U18 age groups meet – Wed 28th Feb 7.00pm
U21’s age group meet – Wed 28th Feb 8.00pm
Thurs 1st March & Fri 2nd March – Reserved for team grading matches if required.
Seniors team Manager/Coach must supply registrar with team lists and training times etc.
All coaches & managers at Engadine Crusaders must have the WWC (working with children) certification number process completed before training starts and register as coach or volunteer in the myfootballclub site.
Competition Starts Saturday 7th April 2018
Any enquiries please contact the following:
Active Kids Program
NSW Government Active Kids Voucher Program
As you may (or perhaps may not) be aware for 2018 and on the NSW Government has introduced a new program where any school age child is eligible to receive a discount of $100 on any registration fee to a sport or activity.
To be eligible to qualify the child must be attending school. You are only able to claim the $100 discount (rebate) once in a calendar year.
If you wish to claim the refund through us, it is easier to wait till February to register.
Pre 31st January
Eligible players wanting to use their discount, should select the -$100 Deferred Payment Add-On to reduce their registration cost.
Apply for Voucher Code via Service NSW Website after January 31
Log Back into MyFootballClub into the players profile click on edit for questions and add the voucher code.
Post 31st January
Apply for a voucher code via Service NSW Website
Register via MyFootballClub
At the invoice screen enter the Voucher Code
The system will check the validity of the Voucher Code and where approved the invoice will automatically update to be less $100.
Online (Pre 31 January)
To claim the discount you will need to select the $100 discount through the Add On process. This will reduce the payment. In order to become fully registered the club will need to record the Voucher Id
Online (Post January 31)
To claim the discount you will need to have applied for the Voucher Id and input the Voucher Id. This will automatically reduce the registration fee.
There is no impact to any players not at school and the club encourages all senior players to register during January as per normal.
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After a recent spate of fines at Preston Park and at other grounds in the Shire, just a friendly reminder of the legislation regarding Smoking. Any fines incurred will be passed onto the individuals concerned.
Section 6A of the Smoke-free Environment Act 2000 makes a number of outdoor public places smoke-free. From 7 January 2013, smoking is banned in spectator areas at public sports grounds and other recreational areas in NSW. However, smoking will only be banned when an organised sporting event is being held. Major sporting facilities are included under the definition of a public sports ground and will be required to comply with the new law. Other outdoor sporting facilities, such as Local Council playing fields, are also covered by the new law.
Will smoking be banned only in spectator areas which are covered?
No. The smoking ban applies to all spectator areas at sports grounds and other recreational areas when they are being used for an organised sporting event. The law applies to both covered and uncovered spectator areas and whether seating is provided or not.
Will the ban only cover the time that the players are competing?
No. The smoking ban applies during the entire duration of the organised sporting event. This will include not just when the players are competing but pre match and half time games and entertainment that form part of the sporting event.
Will there be signage to indicate where smoking is not permitted?
Due to the vast array of different sports grounds and recreational areas, the new law does not require signs to be displayed to indicate that smoking is not permitted in spectator areas at sports grounds and other recreational areas during organised sporting events. However, signage may be required in the future if regulations are made requiring a class of sports grounds or other recreational area to display signs.
What is a spectator area?
A spectator area is an area set aside for or being used by spectators to watch an organised sporting event at a sports ground or other recreational area, but only when an organised sporting event is being held there.
How will this be enforced?
NSW Health is responsible for the administration and enforcement of the Smoke-free Environment Act 2000. NSW Health Inspectors are authorised to enforce the ban at public sports grounds and recreational areas during organised sporting events. Some major sporting facilities have already banned smoking in outdoor seating areas but permit smoking in designated outdoor smoking areas within the facility. The new law will prohibit smoking in all spectator areas of the facility, regardless of whether seating is provided or the area is covered. Where major sporting facilities have already introduced smoke-free outdoor policies which extend beyond the new laws, these can continue to apply. Penalties of up to $550 apply to individuals who smoke in spectator areas at public sports grounds or other recreational areas during organised sporting events. Why is this new Act in place? Public sports grounds are a popular public outdoor setting for exercise and recreation and often attract large numbers of people, particularly families with children. There is no safe level of exposure to second-hand tobacco smoke. This is the smoke which smokers exhale after inhaling from a lit cigarette. In adults, breathing second-hand tobacco smoke can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, lung cancer and other lung diseases. It can exacerbate the effects of other illnesses such as asthma and bronchitis. Exposing ex-smokers to other people’s tobacco smoke increases the chance of relapsing to smoking. For children, inhaling second-hand tobacco smoke is even more dangerous. This is because children’s airways are smaller, and their immune systems are less developed, which makes them more likely to suffer negative health consequences of second-hand tobacco smoke such as bronchitis, pneumonia and asthma. Creating smoke-free outdoor areas, such as in public sports grounds and recreational areas, can provide a supportive environment for those who have quit and make smoking less visible to children and young people.
How does this affect Local Council bans on smoking?
Many NSW councils, under the provisions of the Local Government Act 1993, have progressively introduced their own smoking bans. Where these bans are in place, they can continue to be enforced by Local Council rangers.