The Family Levy is $50 paid per family and is used by the Club to help run the club.
The Family Levy is reimbursed at the end of the season to those families who have volunteered 4 times (equivalent to 2 hours) or more at working bees, home game days or as coach, manager or committee member.
The FairPlay voucher is an initiative of the Queensland Government to assist all children to play sport. They are valued up to $150 per player. To determine if you/your player are eligible check on the website, here
When you register your player indicate that you will be using a FairPlay voucher and this will be deducted from the registration fee. All FairPlay vouchers in 2022 will be electronic so please email them to email@example.com. You will receive an email advising you of the outstanding amount and methods of payment.
If you are not eligible for a FairPlay voucher but are unable to pay fees upfront please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to organise a payment plan.
The colours of PWFC are red and black.
Black shorts with no pockets – these are available from the clubhouse on Merchandise and Game Days and also retail outlets such as Best and Less and Kmart.
Red socks with PWFC in black – these are available from the clubhouse on Merchandise and Game Days.
Training shirts are provided as part of the registration costs, thanks to a Sundale Community Grant.
Playing jerseys (strips) are on loan to each player from the club for the season. Depending on COVID-19 guidelines the jerseys are either returned to the team manager after each game for washing or taken home by the player and returned at the end of the season.
Shinpads and soccer boots must be worn.
No jewellery allowed.
Training days are determined by our volunteer coaches, in collaboration with team members and families.
There are 20 games per season.
It is expected that there is one training one session for approximately one hour per week on a day that suits you and warm-up for 15-30 minutes before the Saturday game, age group dependent.
Coaching training is available via SCCSA and supported by the Club.
Please contact email@example.com, for more information.
The team manager’s key tasks are to:
Help in the Canteen or grounds duties, setup and pack down of gazebos, chairs, string lines and garbage bins on game days.
We comply with COVID-19 restrictions as advised by Queensland Health and Sports and Recreation. Important changes just as field closures are advertised on the SCCSA Facebook page, Instagram and the Heja Coaches and Managers team.