Need help registering? Call FFA Support Centre (02) 8020 4199 if you are having problems with your password to login OR click here for our own Registration FAQs
How to register online:
Please follow the following instructions to register online for our club:
a) Go to the MyFootballClub website: www.myfootballclub.com.au
b) Find your FFA number and / or reset your password
c) Login using your FFA number and password:
- FFA Number:
2. Start Registration
a) Once logged in, select “Register” button to the right of player photo, this will take you to your contact details page. b) Update contact details if necessary.
c) On the next screen, enter the club name (Kingscliff District Football Club) NB: If you get a message saying there are no packages then click OK and check the club name
d) Select the Registration role as: “Player” NB: If this is the first time you have registered to play football in Australia you will need to confirm whether you played in another country
e) Select the correct Registration Package that applies for your registration.
f) Click the “Add Packages” button.
g) Click the Next button at the bottom of the screen.
h) Read and acknowledge the Terms and Conditions then click Next.
i) Click on “Pay Now” to pay online with a credit card (VISA or MasterCard, charges will apply), or select manual payment option and pay by direct transfer (at no charge) into club bank account, name Kingscliff District Football Club, BSB 082 679 Account No. 15151 1043 please ensure you include the players Surname/First Name and age group (eg. Smith/Joe U12). NB: Payment must be made before a registration can be accepted.
j) Answer the questions on the final page and click the “Save All Answers” button. Your registration has now been submitted. Make sure you have paid your fees and completed any necessary ID checks, etc.
3. Where do I go if I need help with my registration?
If you have any trouble with your registration you can use the following resources to help you.
- Visit the FAQ’s page on the MyFootballClub website.
- View the Player Registration guides and videos which are on the Resources page of the MyFootballClub website.
- Call FFA Support Centre (02) 8020 4199 if you are having problems with your password to login.
- Click here for our own Registration FAQs
Call FFA Support Centre (02) 8020 4199 if you are having problems with your password to login.
I am unsure how to use the self-registration system can I get some help?
Yes you can, We will be having an open day in early February
I am new to the club can I come and meet some club members prior to sign on?
Yes you can, February 3rd 2017
Club intends to hold an open afternoon at the club house from 4-6pm for those having difficulty with the registration process or those that need to chat in person.
I have registered online, what do I do now?
Once we have received all registrations players will be allocated to teams in their age groups, players will be contacted by their coaches to advise start of training.
I have a friend I would like to play in the same team with, what do I do?
When you are registering via My Football Club you will be asked a question at the end of your registration; “Is there any friends you would like to play with?”. Please complete details there or if it is with your team from last year just right your last season team. Whilst we cannot guarantee that this can happen every endeavour will be made to satisfy your request..
Shin pads and football boots are compulsory to both game day and training. When will my son/daughter begin training?
Once team allocations are complete your coach will contact you and advise training day and time.
When does the season start?
All players will be contacted upon release of the confirmed Football Gold Coast 2015 draw, at this stage we believe the following start dates will apply:
March 18th 2017 Junior competition age kicks off (under 12 and up)
April 2nd 2017 Miniroos non-competitive ages kick off (Under 6 – Under 11)
How do I volunteer to coach or manage my Child’s team?
Kingscliff FC prides itself on the level of coaching offered to their players and the vast majority of this coaching comes from our wonderful Parents who volunteer their time. At the younger ages you do not even need to have a background in Football. Just a happy disposition and an hour free one or two afternoons a week to actually run the session. This year the club will be ensuring that all coaches are offered numerous ‘Coach the Coaches sessions’ which will be funded by the club and offered by SIBA soccer. This ensures that all Coaches are supported throughout the year and will be able to organise a fun and meaningful training session with ease. If you don’t feel up to the Coaching then please volunteer to be a Team Manager. This person will be available to assist the Coach and also take care of any administration duties such as team organisation for game days, orange duties etc!