2024 Youth Membership Package (U17-U18)

$985.00

Play football in Kingborough in 2024 !

***please email Lorna before registering –  [email protected]***

  • This registration package is for new and returning players.
  • First you need to register with the FFA PlayFootball registration system (www.playfootball.com.au) then complete this form to finish registering.

The ‘Youth Playing Membership’ is the foundation football program that equips you with everything you need to excel on the field and unlock your full potential. Here’s what we offer:

  • Weekend Matches: All players will be assigned to a team for weekend matches, which typically commence in March (depending on the league) and run through until the end of August.  Players are allocated to teams based on various factors, but most importantly, we aim to align players with a team environment that will provide optimal outcomes from an enjoyment and development perspective.  As an NPL/WSL Club, we nominate teams in the Southern Youth Premier League, which is the highest level of competition available in Southern Tasmania for youth players.
  • Weekly Training Program: Two weekly training sessions, from pre-season in January to the end of Term 3 (September). Our club-appointed coaches, most with formal coaching accreditation or actively pursuing it, will provide guidance to all players and prepare the team for weekend matches.  All coaches are supported in their delivery of the training program by Youth Technical Director, Alfred Hess.
  • High Performance Pathway: Elevate your game and push your limits under the guidance of the best. Our ‘Youth Playing Membership’ opens the door to our ‘Youth High-Performance Program’ facilitated by Advanced Level Coaches, including our Youth Technical Director. To maintain the quality and focus of these sessions, places in this program are limited and offered separately to this program on a term-by-term basis to players aspiring to play at the highest level.
  • Other Development Opportunities: Throughout the year, we have a number of opportunities, these include an overnight camp (local), interstate camp, school holiday sessions, and other specialist sessions designed to provide development opportunities that support individual and team development.  In some cases, numbers are limited but will be made available to everyone. Costs of these opportunities (where applicable) will be advised at the time of offering.
  • Cups and Tournaments: Expand your horizons with the ability to nominate for cup competitions (Hobart, Launceston, and Devonport) throughout the season.  The ability to register is open to all youth players, and we do our best to find a spot for everyone that registers their interest.  There will be a small additional cost levied to cover tournament-related costs.
  • Free Entry to the National Premier League (NPL) and Women’s Super League (WSL) Home Matches: Players and their families are welcomed and encouraged to attend matches at Clennett’s Lightwood Park.  This environment provides the perfect opportunity to socialise with club mates, other families, and experience top-level football live.
  • End of Season Celebration: At the conclusion of the season, we celebrate together with a dinner and presentation of season awards before players descend on the dance floor.  The cost of this event is included in your membership.

Club Clothing

Becoming a Youth Player at KLUFC isn’t just about playing the game; it’s about being part of something bigger.  To support this, all youth players are to wear our club training kit for training sessions.  On match day, a playing shirt will be provided for each game by the club.  Players should wear club polo shirt, track pants, and jacket to their weekend game.  Players will also need to wear Black KLUFC match day shorts, and bring along both black and white socks to each game (to avoid colour clashes). These items (and more) are available to order from the Lightwood Park clubrooms or via our KLUFC Online Store.

Our Guarantee

We aim to offer a place in our Youth Playing Membership to everyone that registers.  On some very rare occasions, we may not be able to offer a place in a team.  This may be due to there being insufficient numbers in an age group to form a team.  We guarantee to make every effort to find a suitable playing opportunity for everyone that registers, however, sometimes it is beyond our ability to achieve this.  As such, the earlier you register, the greater our ability is to form teams, recruit additional players if needed, and therefore provide you with a place in our program for the season.

Product Quantity

2024 Youth Registration (U17-U18)

$400.00
1

Youth Training 2024 - Term 1

Youth Training T1: 15/01 - 11/04

$195.00
1

Youth Training 2024 - Term 2

Training Term 2: 29/04 - 05/07

$195.00
1

Youth Training 2024 - Term 3

Training Term 3: 23/07 - 27/09

$195.00
1

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Product Description

KLUFC Youth Package 2024 (U17)

  • This registration package is for new and returning players.
  • First you need to register with the FFA PlayFootball registration system  ( www.playfootball.com.au ) then complete this form to finish registering.

Nominal Age Groups 2024:

  • 01/01/2007– 31/12/2007 Under 17

Schedule – from week commencing  16 January 2024  Summer Holiday Schedule

  • Boys U17 – Monday, Tuesday & Thursdays LP3 5:00pm – 6:30pm
  • Academy Select Program  – (by Invitation)

Volunteers: KLUFC welcomes and supports volunteers wanting to take on coaching, team manager, first aid or sports trainer roles – it is a condition of team nomination that these roles are filled before a team can be nominated.  Contact  [email protected] for more details.

Terms and Conditions

The Player (or if the Player is under 18 years of age at the time of signing this form, that Player’s parent or legal guardian) agrees to comply with the terms (as specified here) and its incorporated documents, including the FFA Statutes, FT Rules, Player Code of Behaviour and Spectator Code of Behaviour. I understand that I am bound by the KLUFC Codes of Conduct and the Kingborough Lions United FC Constitution.   I accept the privacy policy of the club/FA in addition to the privacy act 2001. I am responsible for payment of any fines issued as a result of disciplinary findings from Football Tasmania. I understand I am enrolling for an annual program and that on acceptance of this enrolment I agree to pay.

Emergencies: By submitting this form you give permission to KLUFC to act in best interests in an emergency and agree to reimburse KLUFC for any costs incurred in the emergency treatment of the registered player.

Inclusions: I understand the Annual Program fee does include player registration (FFA/FFT), Club Membership, Program fees, Training fees and Youth Presentation Dinner ticket (for Player).

Exclusions: I understand the Annual Program fee does not include camps, festival travel/accommodation/food, inter-state trips or training kit. Hobart, Devonport and Launceston cup nomination fees are not included.

Refund policy – KLUFC will not refund any monies (i.e. if training sessions or games are missed or cancelled there will be no refund).

Parent’s Commitment to the program – I agree to pay all fees by the due date and understand that not doing so may result in my not being allowed to participate in Program activities. I understand that I am wholly responsible for my behavior. agree to get my child to the training sessions and games by the stated starting time and be at training to pick up my child at the stated finishing time.  I understand that I am bound by the KLUFC Codes of Conduct, and will not enter the training surface during sessions. I understand I will not be able to participate in training sessions without the Youth training kit .   Academy  Players are expected to arrive at matches in the Club Polo, Track top and track bottoms.  In the event of unforeseen circumstances please send a text message to the Youth Coordinator.

I give KLUFC permission to publish photos of our training sessions, games or clinics on the KLUFC website, Facebook page and/or the Kingborough Chronicle.

Payment Plan

If  I choose to pay the program fees on a term by term basis, I agree to make payments of term invoices within 14 days of receiving the invoice from the club.

If you are experiencing any difficulty in making payments or would like to discuss a payment plan with the club, please contact Cathy James on 0458 291 156 or [email protected].   We will always endeavor to assist to ensure that players are able to participate.

Parent Participation Agreement

As a Parent of the Kingborough Lions United Football Club athlete I agree to participate and act in accordance with the following code of ethics:

  1. Respect the rights, dignity and worth of fellow athletes, coaches, officials and spectators.
  2. Respect the talent, potential and development of all athletes and competitors.
  3. Not interfere with the coaching of my son or daughter (let the coach do the coaching)
  4. Care and respect any equipment provided to my son or daughter
  5. Not enter the training surface or playing surface (unless asked to by the Coach) during training or games.
  6. Be frank and honest with Coaches concerning illness and injury and my son/daughter’s ability to train fully within program requirements.
  7. Conduct myself in a professional manner relating to language, manner, temper and punctuality.
  8. Maintain high personal behaviour standards at all times. Abide by the rules and respect the decisions of the referee and officials;
  9. Cooperate with coaches and Kingborough Lions Football staff in the development of programs to adequately prepare my son or daughter for club and state competition at the highest level.
  10. Requests for non-attendance at training or matches be made in writing 2 weeks prior to occasion where the non-attendance is known in advance.
  11. At no time make comments or views that could be seen as detrimental to the Kingborough Lions United Football Club or its programs, including making comments on local football blog sites or social media.
  12. Uphold the attached Parent Code of Conduct and Spectator Code of Conduct

Parent Code of Conduct

As a parent I will:

  1. remember that children play the sport for their enjoyment, and not mine;
  2. encourage all children to participate, do not force them;
  3. focus on the child’s efforts and performance rather than the result of the activity (that is, winning or losing);
  4. encourage children to always participate according to the rules;
  5. never ridicule, yell at a child for making a mistake or losing a game;
  6. remember that children learn best by example, so applaud good play by both teams;
  7. support all efforts to remove racial, gender and religious vilification, verbal and physical abuse from sporting activities;
  8. respect the match official’s decisions and teach your child to do likewise;
  9. show respect and appreciation to Club officials, including coaches, officials and administrators.
  10. Ensure any issues are raised through the correct channels;

  11. not smoke or consume alcohol near the team bench (Technical Area) or sideline.

Spectator Code of Conduct

As a spectator I will:

  1. respect the decisions of Match Officials and teach children to do the same;
  2. never ridicule or unduly scold a child for making a mistake;
  3. respect the rights, dignity and worth of every person regardless of their gender, ability, race, colour, religion, language, politics, national or ethnic origin;
  4. not use violence in any form, whether it is against other spectators, Team Officials (including coaches), Match Officials or Players;
  5. not engage in discrimination, harassment or abuse in any form, including the use of obscene or offensive language or gestures, the incitement of hatred or violence or partaking in indecent or racist chanting;
  6. comply with any terms of entry of a venue, including bag inspections, prohibited and restricted items such as flares, missiles, dangerous articles and items that have the potential to cause injury or public nuisance;
  7. not, and must not attempt to, bring into a venue national or political flags or emblems or offensive or inappropriate banners, whether written in English or a foreign language;
  8. not throw missiles (including on to the field of play or at other spectators) and must not enter the field of play or its surrounds without lawful authority; and
  9. conduct myself in a manner that enhances, rather than injures, the reputation and goodwill of Kingborough Lions United FC, Kingborough Lions United FC programs, FFT, FFA and football generally.

Player Participation Agreement (Youth)

As the Athlete in a Kingborough Lions United Football Club program I agree to participate and act in accordance with the following code of ethics:

  1. Work towards the attainment of the Athlete’s full potential in the program
  2. Comply with the training requirements of the program.
  3. Participate and train in accordance with the attached Player Code of Conduct
  4. Comply with all the rules and regulations applicable to the sport of Football
  5. Behave and dress in a respectful manner when representing the club both on and off the competition arena.
  6. Wear the appropriate Club uniform at training, during competition, and any other program events or media interviews the athlete is involved in. (The Athlete must not permit the uniform to be worn by someone who is not a current member of the program).
  7. Wear the correct boots as directed by the program. These are to be boots, with round studs relevant for soft and hard ground. (Blades are not acceptable).
  8. Promote the program and Club in a positive manner in the community or media interviews.
  9. Not supply any information to the media or for the use by the media, either spoken or written, relating to policy matters of the program without the approval of the Technical Director, Kingborough Lions Football Club or the Program Head Coach.
  10. Participate in sports science testing if required at agreed times during the term of this Agreement.
  11. Comply with the Tasmanian Government Drugs in Sport Policy.
  12. Participate in drug testing if and when directed by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority or other certified drug testing authorities.
  13. Annually participate in Drugs in Sport education session provided by the program and make every effort to understand the Athlete’s obligations under doping provisions and the consequence of any breach of such provisions.
  14. Participate in program seminars, meetings and workshops when required.
  15. Travel to and from any program camps or events in accordance with the arrangements made by the club.
  16. Notify the Program Head Coach before entering into or participating in, a private sponsorship arrangement or accepting money or other benefits from a private sponsor.
  17. Notify the Program Head Coach if approached by another club
  18. Comply with any reasonable direction of the Head Coach for resolving any conflict of these arrangements with the sponsorship arrangements of the program.
  19. Advise the Program Head Coach of any condition, illness or injury that may prejudice the Athlete’s continued participation.
  20. Undergo a medical examination when required by notice in writing addressed to the Athlete by the Program Head Coach.
  21. Notify the Club in writing of any matter that is relevant to the Athlete’s participation in the program or this Agreement within seven (7) days of being requested in writing to do so by the Head Coach
  22. Permit information provided by the Athlete’s application and other personal information to be stored and accessed by the Club.
  23. Permit personal health information to be made available to the Club from any medical practitioner, sports scientist or physiotherapist where the information is relevant to the Athlete’s performance.
  24. Not smoke or consume substances that are detrimental to the Athlete’s sporting performance and/or health.
  25. Not accept any funding of any nature from Tobacco companies or any body that acquires its revenue through the sale of tobacco.
  26. Acknowledge that the Club will not pay for the costs of any medical or hospital services incurred by the Athlete.
  27. The Athlete acknowledges and agrees that any information which may be collected and/or held by the Club at any time regarding the Athlete’s Position and the results of sports science tests may be disclosed to the Australian Institute of Sport, the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority or any other State, Territory or national sporting organisation.
  28. If and whenever there shall be a breach of the terms and conditions of this agreement by the Athlete, it shall be lawful for the Club at its discretion to cancel the agreement.
  29. If the Athlete leaves the program, they remain liable to pay any outstanding program fees and associated costs with recovering those fees

Player Code of Conduct

  1. Play by the Rules and within the spirit of the game;
  2. Do not argue with the match official. If you disagree, have your captain or coach approach the match official during a break in play or after the match is concluded;
  3. Control your temper. Verbal abuse of officials or other players, deliberately distracting or provoking another person is not acceptable or permitted in any sport;
  4. Maintain your focus and work hard for yourself and your team;
  5. Be a good sport and be prepared to acknowledge good play whether it is from your team or the opposition;
  6. Treat all players as you would like to be treated. Do not interfere with, bully or take unfair advantage of another player;
  7. Cooperate with your coach, team mates and opponents. Without them, there would be no competition;
  8. Play for your own enjoyment, and not just to please parents and coaches;
  9. Remove all jewellery prior to training and match play, as it is a hazard to you and those around you;
  10. Do not accept or use any banned or unauthorised drug(s), including the consumption of alcohol at any time.

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