All registrations in 2021 must be made through the relevant online registration website. Returning players/families will need to use their login details from last year to complete this year's registration consisting of your email address plus a password that you chose.
Players moving from Auskick or Superstars Footy to Footy4Fun (under 8 - 11) will need to complete a transfer - please contact the Club Registrar (firstname.lastname@example.org).
There is a 'forgot password?' function on the registration site if needed. If you have any issues retrieving your password, please contact the Club Registrar (email@example.com).
Navigate through the age groups below for age-specific information or click on the applicable registration link below:
- Auskick- Skills development for 4-7 year olds
- Superstars Footy - for boys and girls making the transition from Auskick to club football and is specifically designed for children who will not turn 7 before 30 June 2021
- Footy4Fun and youth football - Under 8s to Under 17s
Registration fees include all insurances, administrative costs, match fees, umpire fees, participation trophy (Superstars Footy - under 11.5), team photo and commemorative yearbook (excludes Auskick)
All new player registrations require proof of age
This may be a copy of a birth certificate, extract of birth certificate, passport or a letter on the child’s school letterhead confirming the date of birth. This can now be uploaded at the time of registration - a simple photo of the relevant document taken on a smart phone or tablet will be suitable. New registrations are not complete until the proof of age document is submitted.
Payment must be made at the time of the online registration via credit card or bank transfer (PoliPay).
We understand that you may require the option of entering into a payment plan over a number of weeks to pay off the registration fees. Before beginning the registration process online, please contact the Club Registrar (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss options.
Get Started - Funding to help kids participate
Get Started is one of three funding programs that comprise the QLD government's Get in the Game initiative to support grassroots sport and recreation. Get Started assists children and young people who can least afford or who may otherwise benefit from joining a sport or recreation club.
To apply or for further information, visit: