2024 Season

Registrations for the 2024 season will open on 1 JANUARY. In order to help you plan, please see what's on offer in 2024!

Squirts (3-5 years)

Squirts is an in-house program run for 45 minutes on a Saturday morning for players from ages 3-5. Participants learn very basic introductory skills in a fun environment, helping to build confidence, core stability, gross motor skills and social skills. The season for Squirts is typically the same as terms 2 and 3 of the school year.  Our littlest players are encouraged to wear boots for protection, however closed in sneakers are acceptable.

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Cubs (U6 - U7)

The Cubs program is an in-house program for players who will turn 6 or 7 during the year. Players participate in one training session per week where they will focus on ball skills, team building, game knowledge and having fun! Teams play games against each other from 9-10am on Saturday mornings at home. The season for Cubs is typically the same as terms 2 and 3 of the school year. 

 

Team jerseys are provided for wear during matches. SCFC playing shorts and socks are recommended and are available for purchase at the clubhouse or via our online shop. Players are encouraged to wear boots and shin guards for protection, however closed in sneakers are acceptable.
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MiniRoos (U8 - U12)

MiniRoos football caters for our youngest players and gives a well-rounded introduction to the game.  Ranging in age groups from Under 8 through to Under 12, the purpose is to give children the basic skills of playing football in a friendly, supportive and fun environment. Core values of teamwork, cooperation, fair play and respect for others are at the heart of all MiniRoos programs.


The U8 and U9 age groups introduce goalkeepers and play 7-a-side on approximately 1/4 size pitch with 20 minutes in each half. Teams usually train for 1 hour per week, depending on coach and parent agreement.

The U10, U11 and U12 age groups play 9-a-side on 1/2 size pitches with 25 minutes in each half.  Teams usually train once or twice a week (depending on coach and parent agreement). 

 

MiniRoos games are typically played on Saturday mornings on a home and away ground format, dependent on Football Queensland scheduling. The season for MiniRoos is typically the same as terms 2 and 3 of the school year.

 

MiniRoos are loosely graded into Kangaroo, Wallaby and Quokka leagues. Selection for Kangaroo teams is done through trials which are held in November of the previous year with a letter of offer outlining expectations and fees provided to successful players. As MiniRoos is focussed on development and learning, scores are not kept and no league tables are published.

 

Players must wear football boots with plastic tags and shin guards for their protection. Team jerseys are provided for wear during matches. Wearing of SCFC training shirts, playing shorts and socks during training and games is preferred and are available for purchase at the clubhouse or via our online shop.
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Community Competitive - Juniors, Senior Men, Senior Women

Juniors (U13-U18)

Juniors divisional football is an age group competition administered by Football Queensland for age levels U13 to U16. Scores are recorded with league tables being published by Football Queensland.

 

U13s continue to play 9-a-side on a ½ size pitch while, from U14, games are played in an 11-a-side format on a full field with offside rules being introduced.

 

Juniors play on either Saturdays or Sundays depending on the age group and Football Queensland scheduling, with a home and away ground format.  Training is usually held for 1 hour, twice a week (depending on coach).

 

All players must wear football boots with plastic tags and shin guards. Team jerseys are provided for wear during matches. Wearing of SCFC training shirts, playing shorts and socks during games and training is preferred and are available for purchase at the clubhouse or via our online shop.

 

Seniors (19+)

Seniors divisional is a competition administered by Football Queensland in an 11-a-side format. It can be anything from competitive football to forming a team with your mates to enjoy a game once a week. SCFC currently fields teams in the following Senior divisions:

 

Women

·         Metro 3 Women

·         Metro 5 Women

 

Mens


·         Metro 7 Men

·         Metro 8 Men

·         Metro 10 Men

 

Depending on coach and team agreement, training is usually once or twice per week for 1-1 ½ hours per training session.

 

Senior divisional football is played either on Friday night, Saturdays or Sundays depending on Football Queensland scheduling, with a home and away ground format. The season usually commences in March and runs until September, depending on finals.

 

All players must wear football boots with plastic tags and shin guards. Team jerseys are provided for wear during matches. Wearing of SCFC training shirts, playing shorts and socks during games and training is expected and are available for purchase at the clubhouse or via our online shop.
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Legends (Women's Over 30's) and Masters (Men's Over 35's and Over 45's)

Still want to play football, with some adjustments for age? Then our Legends and Masters teams might be for you. SCFC currently fields the following teams in the Over 35 competition:

 

·         Men’s Over 35’s – Division 3and Division 6

·         Women’s Over 30’s - Legends Division 1

Games for the men are usually held on a Friday night, and for women on a Wednesday night, depending on Football Queensland scheduling.  Games follow standard FIFA rules with a couple of modifications such as shorter halves (2 x 40 minutes) and unlimited interchange. Games are scheduled on a home and away ground format.

 

All players must wear football boots with plastic tags and shin guards. Team jerseys are provided for wear during matches. Wearing of club training shirts, playing shorts and socks is preferred and are available for purchase at the clubhouse or via our online shop.
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2024 Fees

Please note: fees may be subject to change due to Football Queensland payment guidelines.


Squirts $150


Cubs $315


MiniRoos:

U8 - U9 $395

U10 - U11 $430

        U12                                         $446


Juniors:

U13 - U18 $475


Seniors:

Metro Men and Women $525


Masters:

Men's Over 35 $355

Men's Over 45 $355

Ladies Legends $355


FQPL/U23s and Kangaroos: information on fees included in letter of offer.


Please note: Fair Play vouchers are accepted.

 

What do Registration Fees Cover?

·         Membership to Slacks Creek Football Club*

·         Governing Body Registration Fees:

­    Football Queensland Player Registration

­    Football Australia Player Registration

­    Football Queensland Team Registration

·         Match/referee fees

·         End of season presentation and medal/trophy

·         Basic Player Insurance cover for all players

·         Facilities including the use of floodlights for training or night games and maintenance of club grounds and equipment e.g. machinery, sprinklers, line marking, nets, goals, corner flags, whistles, linesman flags etc.

·         Purchasing of coaching/playing equipment (footballs, cones, bibs, portable goals, hurdles, match kits etc.)

·         Club administration costs (licenses, insurances etc)

·         Public Liability Insurance

·         Work Cover & Contents Insurance

·         Council fees

·         Electricity for clubhouse and field lights

·         Water for field and grounds upkeep

*Membership entitles the member to a vote at the Annual General Meeting. If the registered player is under 18 years of age, then one parent or guardian will receive membership. The parent or guardian who is nominated as the primary contact on your SCFC registration system will receive the membership.
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