GREYSTANES FC

established 1970

 

GREYSTANES FC

established 1970

 

registration information

registration dates

Season 2022

Player Registration
All new and returning players must self-register and pay the relevant registration fees online using the FFA administered database, 'Playfootball'.

Season 2022

Registration / expression of interest now open

New Player registration sessions

These sessions are are open on the dates listed below. They are restricted to new players to GFC (for submitting necessary documents, anyone needing assistance or having difficulty with online self-registration / online payments or for any other general enquires.

play football this season

joey roos & minis

Joey Roos and Minis is a smaller version of football that provides boys and girls aged 5 - 11 with a fun introduction to football. It is designed for kids and is all about having fun and learning new skills.

Delivered by Greystanes FC (along with other grassroots clubs across Australia), Joey Roos and Minis provides opportunities for boys and girls of all abilities to play football.

Football is the game that everyone can play!

contact our miniroos coordinators

All Miniroos general enquiries are handled by our miniroos coordinators. Use this form to contact them.

Use this form to contact our miniroos coordinators only. . .For all registration enquiries please use the link below or scroll to the end of this page.

returning GFC players

Player Registration - Online

Player Registration – In Person

These dates are restricted to:-

  • Anyone needing assistance or having difficulty with online self-registration or online payments
  • to submit necessary documents if you are new to the Club
  • for any other general enquires

Full payment must be made at the time of registration. Payment policy and fees are listed on this page.

All registrations are processed by FNSW for GFC and the GDSFA but all registration enquiries are handled by our club registrar - use the contact form on this page.

new players to GFC

The club's preferred method of registration is online-self registration.

If you have never played with Greystanes FC then you’ll need to attend one of the designated registrations days (listed top of this page) so that the club can sight your original identification document such as birth certificate, passport or photo ID (all age members). More information regarding ‘identification requirements’ can be found below.

Full payment must be made at the time of registration.  Payment policy and fees are listed on this page.

All registrations are processed by FNSW for GFC and the GDSFA but all registration enquiries are handled by our club registrar - use the contact form on this page.

identification

requirements

Identification

New Players

New players must attend one of the registration sessions in person to allow a Club official to sight and copy one of the approved forms of identification documents. Junior registrants must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Approved Identification Documents For

Approved original proof of age documentation for juniors.

  • birth certificate or birth registration card
  • citizenship papers
  • current passport

Approved original proof of identity documentation for seniors.

  • drivers licence
  • current passport

I.D Photo Guidelines

Please ensure that: -
  • Photo is a passport style image.
  • Head faces camera directly with full face in view.
  • No hats or sunglasses are to be worn in the photo.
  • Photo was taken within the last 12 months.
  • Photo is clear and legible with appropriate lighting.
  • Photo is less than 1MB in size.
  • File type is .PNG or .JPG only.

Approved Identification Documents

Approved original proof of age documentation for juniors.

  • birth certificate or birth registration card
  • citizenship papers
  • current passport

Approved original proof of identity documentation for seniors.

  • drivers licence
  • current passport

Registration Payments

All Players must pay the listed registration fee in full by credit card (online) or EFTPOS.

If you have registered online, you will need to pay any outstanding registration in full by:

  • online – 'Playfootball' website
  • attending one of the registration sessions (junior registrants must be accompanied by a parent or guardian)

volunteering

Have you considered volunteering with us in the past? Are you considering it again? Now is the right time.

Volunteering is time willingly given for the common good and without financial gain. Any amount of volunteer time helps.

If for have a desire to be involved and make a contibution to the development of the Club then now is the time to do it. For more information speak to any committee member or use the link below to contact us.

club membership

You may join GFC as a Member for just $5.00 per family per year; Membership grants you voting rights at the Club's Annual General Meeting.

All coaches, managers, senior players and parents are encouraged to take up membership and have a say in the future of our Club. (AGM minutes)

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Football NSW Policy

It is a requirement of Football NSW that all Technical Directors, Coaches, Managers, Referees and other persons in child related roles working or volunteering with children under 18 years obtain a WWCC and provide their Club, Association, Centre, Branch or Referee Branch with a valid WWC number.

The main elements of policy change are:

  1. All volunteer parents or close relatives coaching or managing their own child’s or close relative’s team, will now require a WWC number; and
  2. All referees, will now require a WWC number.
  3. The only exemption for these roles recognised by Football NSW is the exemption for persons aged under 18 years.
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all girl teams

All enquiries about junior girls teams (under 9 to under 16 age groups), please contact Tina by SMS text on the number below or use the registrar contact form on this page. Players wanting to join must be turning the age of the group they want to join in the year that want to play. E.g join under 12 team; then you must be turning 12 this season.

Games are played on Sundays.

premier league

No Premier League team for this season.

premier league

All enquires about our Premier League team, please contact Geoff by SMS text on the number below or use the registrar contact form. If you are looking for a position include where you have played and your preferred position.

insurance for players & officials

Insurance is included in the annual registration fee.

Football NSW and Gow-Gates remain committed to providing the football community with a first class sports insurance programme whilst maintaining the affordability of registration.

The plan provides basic levels and does not seek to replace the need for private health and other insurances (necessary to keep the cost of insurance affordable for players).

Football NSW encourages all players and officials to take out their own private health insurance, life insurance and ‘Top Up’ coverage over and above the coverage provided under this plan. Gow-Gates can assist in regard to ‘Top Up’ insurance and other insurance requirements.

All the best for a safe and enjoyable season!

Click on the button for more detailed insurance information and links.

age groups

Joey Roos

Joey Roos mixed age groups.

  • Under 5 and under 6.

Minis

Minis mixed age groups.

  • Under 7 - under 11.

Juniors

Mixed age groups.

  • Under 12 - under 17.

Girls only groups.*

  • Under 9 - under 16.
    * Depends on level of interest.

Seniors

Men's and women's groups.

  • Under 18 men.
  • Under 21 men.
  • All age men.
  • All age women.
  • Under 18 women.*
  • Under 20 women.
  • Over 30 women.*
  • Over 35 men.
  • Over 45 men.
    * Depends on level of interest.

how fees are used

Registration fees cover the following expenses.

  • Player insurance fees to the GDSFA.
  • Affiliation fees to GDSFA
  • Affiliation fees to FNSW.
  • Affiliation fees to FFA.
  • Referees fees to the GDFRA.
  • Ground hire fees to Cumberland Council.
  • Electricity for lighting fields and clubroom.
  • General running expenses of the Club.
  • Maintenance and other fees relating to the grounds & fields.
  • Continued improvements to the parks & fields.
  • Purchase of equipment such as balls, uniforms, trophies, etc..

payment policy

No Pay - No Play

  • Registration fees for the current season must be paid in full, on registration, to allow any participation in and grading, training or Skills assessment sessions.
  • GFC will not submit a player's paperwork to the Association (GDSFA) if a minimum fee equivalent to 50% of the applicable registration fee has not been paid.
  • Outstanding registration fees for past seasons, including winter and summer competitions, must be paid in full before your player ID card is released for the current season.
  • Player ID cards will not be issued if registration payments are outstanding from any Summer Football season.
  • Our 'No pay, No play Policy' applies to winter, summer and other competitions involving GFC.
  • If you are struggling financially, please see the club president who may approve an instalment arrangement however, your player ID card will not be released until full payment is received regardless of competition commencement.

active kids program

Help with sporting fees

NSW Government's Active Kids Program helps parents/caregivers/guardians with sporting fees. The program provides a $100 voucher that can be used towards payment of any sporting fees. It is avialable to all enrolled school children from ages 4.5 to 18 years.

More detailed information about this program is available by following the links below.

Please note that it is only available to those that self register and make payment online (PlayFootball).

You can apply for an ‘Active Kids Voucher’ from 1st January 2020 and then immediately redeem it through the Playfootball registration website - press 'apply for active kids voucher' and 'register to play' buttons.

registration fees 2022

  • Joey Roos
  • Age Groups
  • under 5 / 6
  • $120
  • (includes shirt, shorts and socks for all new players)
  • includes player insurance
  • active kids program voucher (save $100)
  • online registration; credit card
  • Whilst our affiliation is being finalised please use the button below to register
  • Register Now
  • Minis
  • Age Groups
  • under 7
  • $145
  • Age Groups
  • under 8 / 9
  • $160
  • Age Groups
  • under 10 / 11
  • $170
  • includes player insurance
  • active kids program voucher (save $100)
  • online registration; credit card
  • Whilst our affiliation is being finalised please use the button below to register
  • Register Now
  • Juniors
  • Age Groups
  • under 12
  • under 13
  • under 14
  • under 15
  • under 16
  • under 17
  • under 18
  • $195
  • includes player insurance
  • active kids program voucher (save $100)
  • online registration; credit card
  • Whilst our affiliation is being finalised please use the button below to register
  • Register Now
  • Seniors
  • Age Groups
  • all-age teams
  • $270 *
  • includes player insurance
  • online registration; credit card
  • Whilst our affiliation is being finalised please use the button below to register
  • * fee includes a $20 refundable bond upon return of the Club's game shirt.
  • Register Now

Player Registration – Online

All participants must self-register and pay, in full, the relevant registration fees online.

Player Registration – In Person

Dates To Be Advised

These sessions are restricted to:-

  • anyone needing assistance or having difficulty with online self-registration or online payments
  • to submit necessary documents if new to the Club
  • for any other general enquires

registrations are restricted to anyone having difficulty with online self-registration, to submit necessary documents, to pay your registration fees or for any other general enquires.

New players may attend a 'Registration Session' on any one of the listed dates along their with required identification documents. See this page for more info or the events page.

Dates To Be Advised

contact registrar

All registration enquiries are handled by our club registrar.

 

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acronymns

Football Federation Australia
Football NSW (New South Wales)
Granville District Football Referees Association
Granville & Districts Soccer Football Association
Greystanes FC
My Football Club - Football NSW's online portal for player registration.
Cumberland Council
City of Parramatta Council
Holroyd City Council
Member Protection Information Officer

mpio

Member Protection Information Officer

Greystanes FC has a Member Protection Information Officer (MPIO). The role of the MPIO is to be the first point of contact for anyone with an enquiry or concern about a member protection issue.  The MPIO is a sounding board for these concerns and can offer information on complaint resolution, policies and other aspects of the issue being discussed. 

The MPIO does not offer advice, suggestions or recommendations and the MPIO does not investigate complaints or reports.  It is the responsibility of the Club (President and/or Executive) to decide who investigates complaints or reports but it should never be the MPIO who conducts the investigation.

Member Protection encompasses several areas: Harassment, abuse, victimisation, racial vilification, child protection and bullying. Any matters outside of this scope are not member protection matters.

club membership

You may join GFC as a Member for just $5.00 per family per year; new and renewals. Membership grants you voting rights at the Club's Annual General Meeting.

All coaches, managers, senior players and parents are encouraged to take up membership and have a say in the future of our Club. (AGM minutes)

what does it mean?

  • GFC
  • GDSFA
  • GDFRA
  • FNSW
  • FA
  • AFC
  • AFF
  • ASEAN
  • FIFA
  • CCC
  • CoP
  • HCC
  • MPIO
  • BOM
  • UVI
  • AQI

 Greystanes FC Inc. | Formerly known as Greystanes Soccer Club. Local community amateur football club catering to players from under 5 to over 45 years old within the suburb of Greystanes & surrounding suburbs (Cumberland City Council LGA, NSW Australia). GFC fields teams in the GDSFA (mixed teams) and BDSFA (Phoenix Women's League) competitions.
The club was established in 1970 and currently, has approximately 800 registered players. It is run by a volunteer committee.

 Granville and Districts Soccer Football Association | Governing body for football clubs within the Cumberland Council LGA and City of Parramatta LGA.
Established in 1900, the GDSFA is Australia’s oldest football soccer association and is affliated with FNSW.

 Granville District Football Referees Association | The GDFRA provides referring services to GDSFA and affiliated clubs.
The referees' association was established in 1908.

 Football NSW | Governing body for football in the state of New South Wales (Australia), except the northern regions of NSW.
FNSW is a member of the national governing body, FFA.

 Football Australia | Governing body for Football in Australia, overseeing the state governing bodies for football.
FA is a member of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) and Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA).
Formerly, a member of the OFC.  Formerly, Football Federation Australia.

 The Asian Football Confederation | Governing body of football in Asia and Australia. The AFC is a member of FIFA.

 ASEAN Football Federation | A smaller organisation within the greater AFC and centres on Southeast Asia but includes East Timor and Australia, which are not members of ASEAN.

 Association of Southeast Asian Nations | Regional intergovernmental organization comprising ten countries in Southeast Asia.

 Fédération Internationale de Football Association | International governing body of football It is the highest governing body of football in the world. FIFA is made up of 211 national associations and six continental confederations. Each national association is also a member of a confederation

 Cumberland City Council | LGA located approximately 25kms from Sydney CBD (NSW, Australia). Home to GDSFA clubs & grounds and neighbouring the City of Parramatta and Blacktown City Council. Greystanes FC's local government.

 City of Parramatta Council | LGA) located approximately 25kms from Sydney CBD (NSW, Australia). Home to GDSFA clubs & grounds and neighbour to Cumberland Council.

 Holroyd City Council | Former LGA). Now known as Cumberland Council after amalgamation with the Auburn Council. It get its name from first mayor, Arthur Holroyd.

 Member Protection Information Officer | GFC club official, acts as the first point of contact for assistance with protection & safety issues.

 The Bureau of Meteorology | An Executive Agency of the Australian Government responsible for providing weather services to Australia and surrounding areas. It was established in 1906 with Australian state governments officially transfering their weather recording responsibilities to the Bureau of Meteorology on 1 January 1908.

 Ultraviolet Index | The ultraviolet index is an international standard measurement of the strength of sunburn-producing ultraviolet (UV) radiation at a particular place and time. The UV Index is a tool you can use to protect yourself from UV radiation. The World Health Organization's Global Solar UV Index measures UV levels on a scale from 0 (Low) to 11+ (Extreme). Sun protection is recommended when UV levels are 3 (Moderate) or higher.

 Air Quality Index | The Air quality index (AQI) is used to show how polluted the air currently is. The Australian scale ranges from 0 (very good) to 200+ (hazardous to health).

what does it mean?

  • GFC
  • GDSFA
  • GDFRA
  • FNSW
  • FA
  • AFC
  • AFF
  • ASEAN
  • FIFA
  • CCC
  • CoP
  • HCC
  • MPIO
  • BOM
  • UVI
  • AQI

 Greystanes FC Inc. | Formerly known as Greystanes Soccer Club. Local community amateur football club catering to players from under 5 to over 45 years old within the suburb of Greystanes & surrounding suburbs (Cumberland City Council LGA, NSW Australia). GFC fields teams in the GDSFA (mixed teams) and BDSFA (Phoenix Women's League) competitions.
The club was established in 1970 and currently, has approximately 800 registered players. It is run by a volunteer committee.

 Granville and Districts Soccer Football Association | Governing body for football clubs within the Cumberland Council LGA and City of Parramatta LGA.
Established in 1900, the GDSFA is Australia’s oldest football soccer association and is affliated with FNSW.

 Granville District Football Referees Association | The GDFRA provides referring services to GDSFA and affiliated clubs.
The referees' association was established in 1908.

 Football NSW | Governing body for football in the state of New South Wales (Australia), except the northern regions of NSW.
FNSW is a member of the national governing body, FFA.

 Football Australia | Governing body for Football in Australia, overseeing the state governing bodies for football.
FA is a member of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) and Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA).
Formerly, a member of the OFC.  Formerly, Football Federation Australia.

 The Asian Football Confederation | Governing body of football in Asia and Australia. The AFC is a member of FIFA.

 ASEAN Football Federation | A smaller organisation within the greater AFC and centres on Southeast Asia but includes East Timor and Australia, which are not members of ASEAN.

 Association of Southeast Asian Nations | Regional intergovernmental organization comprising ten countries in Southeast Asia.

 Fédération Internationale de Football Association | International governing body of football It is the highest governing body of football in the world. FIFA is made up of 211 national associations and six continental confederations. Each national association is also a member of a confederation

 Cumberland City Council | LGA located approximately 25kms from Sydney CBD (NSW, Australia). Home to GDSFA clubs & grounds and neighbouring the City of Parramatta and Blacktown City Council. Greystanes FC's local government.

 City of Parramatta Council | LGA) located approximately 25kms from Sydney CBD (NSW, Australia). Home to GDSFA clubs & grounds and neighbour to Cumberland Council.

 Holroyd City Council | Former LGA). Now known as Cumberland Council after amalgamation with the Auburn Council. It get its name from first mayor, Arthur Holroyd.

 Member Protection Information Officer | GFC club official, acts as the first point of contact for assistance with protection & safety issues.

 The Bureau of Meteorology | An Executive Agency of the Australian Government responsible for providing weather services to Australia and surrounding areas. It was established in 1906 with Australian state governments officially transfering their weather recording responsibilities to the Bureau of Meteorology on 1 January 1908.

 Ultraviolet Index | The ultraviolet index is an international standard measurement of the strength of sunburn-producing ultraviolet (UV) radiation at a particular place and time. The UV Index is a tool you can use to protect yourself from UV radiation. The World Health Organization's Global Solar UV Index measures UV levels on a scale from 0 (Low) to 11+ (Extreme). Sun protection is recommended when UV levels are 3 (Moderate) or higher.

 Air Quality Index | The Air quality index (AQI) is used to show how polluted the air currently is. The Australian scale ranges from 0 (very good) to 200+ (hazardous to health).

MPIO | member protection information officer

Greystanes FC has a Member Protection Information Officer (MPIO). The role of the MPIO is to be the first point of contact for anyone with an enquiry or concern about a member protection issue.  The MPIO is a sounding board for these concerns and can offer information on complaint resolution, policies and other aspects of the issue being discussed.  The MPIO does not offer advice, suggestions or recommendations and the MPIO does not investigate complaints or reports.  It is the responsibility of the Club (President and/or Executive) to decide who investigates complaints or reports but it should never be the MPIO who conducts the investigation.

Member Protection encompasses several areas: Harassment, abuse, victimisation, racial vilification, child protection and bullying. Any matters outside of this scope are not member protection matters. Follow the link below for more information and contact details.

more MPIO

MPIO | member protection information officer

Greystanes FC has a Member Protection Information Officer (MPIO). The role of the MPIO is to be the first point of contact for anyone with an enquiry or concern about a member protection issue.  The MPIO is a sounding board for these concerns and can offer information on complaint resolution, policies and other aspects of the issue being discussed.  The MPIO does not offer advice, suggestions or recommendations and the MPIO does not investigate complaints or reports.  It is the responsibility of the Club (President and/or Executive) to decide who investigates complaints or reports but it should never be the MPIO who conducts the investigation.

Member Protection encompasses several areas: Harassment, abuse, victimisation, racial vilification, child protection and bullying. Any matters outside of this scope are not member protection matters. Follow the link below for more information and contact details.

more MPIO
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