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> Forms & Information
• Competition Match Sheets
• Competition Results Sheet
• 2019 Team Nomination Form
• 2019 Club Contact Information
• 2019 Registration Contacts
• 2019 Registration fees
• 2019 Match Official Fees
• Certificate of Currency (complete to receive)
• Model Constitution
• Club Resource Manual
Click on the below links for relevant information.
• 2018 FMNC Competition Rules
• 2018 FMNC Competition Fixtures
• 2019 High Performance Fixtures
• 2019 Season Calendar (updated 17th January 2019)
• FMNC Clubs
• FMNC Playing Times & Ball Sizes
• FMNC Generic Special Competition Rules
Click on the below links for relevant policies and procedures.
• Online Laws of the Game
• NNSWF Hot Weather Policy
• NNSWF Sun Protection Policy
• NNSWF Lightning Policy
• Plaster Casts and Rigid Supports
• Goalpost Safety
• FFA Concussion Guidelines
• National Disciplinary Regulations
• National Registration Regulations
• Wearing of Spectacles Recommendation
• NNSWF Working With Children Club Policy
CODES OF CONDUCT
All players, coaches and referees are required to register online. Volunteers are encouraged to do so as well. Instructions on how to do so can be found here – 2019 Registrations.
> FMNC club contacts and information – FMNC Clubs
> Search by postcode for your local club – Play Football ‘Find a Club’
> FMNC Club draw pages – Sports TG FMNC Clubs draw
For all Insurance information, click here – FFA National Insurance Programme.
For club coaches, officials and referees it is required by law to have a Working with Children Check if over the age of 18 unless you fit the criteria for Exemptions from the Working With Children Check. (Exempt Declaration Form). Volunteers are also encouraged to do this, and are required to so if they are working with children under 18 regularly.
To register for a WWCC is free and doesn’t take long to apply online.
To register, click here – Working with Children Check (select ‘Apply For Your Check’ and then fill in all the details as required. Ensure you have ‘Volunteer’ selected).
Once you have had your application verified at Services NSW, you need to provide your club with the Application Number or Check Number so that they can verify your status.
Member Protection and Code of Conduct (Behaviour).
Overview – Member Protection Information Officer
Member Protection Information Officers (MPIO) play an important role in sport. They provide information and guidance on complaints procedures – they are the ‘go to’ person if you want to discuss problems at your club/association, particularly if you are considering making a formal complaint. They provide information about a person’s rights, responsibilities and options to an individual making a complaint or raising a concern. They can also provide information and advice to sport administrators and complaint handlers with regard to the Member Protection Policy of that sport. MPIOs are generally impartial; they do not mediate or investigate complaints.
The MPIO can play a key role in ensuring your sport is safe, fair and inclusive. MPIOs do this through ensuring club people and administrators know their rights and responsibilities and ensuring policies that focus on member protection are being implemented. Such policies may include but are not limited to the complaints policy and procedures, child protection policies, harassment and discrimination policies
State Member Protection Information Officer
Phillip Andrews, (02) 4941 7206, firstname.lastname@example.org
All FMNC clubs who use Facebook are encouraged to “like” the FMNC Facebook Page.
Information is regularly posted on this page. It is advised to also “follow” the page and/or select see all posts first in your news feed to avoid missing any information.
Social Media Sites
Everyone using social media sites (especially Facebook and Twitter) need to be conscious of the dangers and ramifications of acting inappropriately online.
The Newcastle Permanent Building Society is the major partner of community football across Northern NSW.
This partnership has allowed for the implementation of Initiatives such as free balls and the stabilisation of registration fees for Entry Level Players, resulting in a steady increase in Entry Level player numbers year on year since the partnership began.
Clubs also benefit through the opportunity to earn valuable club funds through the Newcastle Permanent’s Introducer Program.
Newcastle Permanent has a long and distinguished history of returning benefits to the community. This is demonstrated in the competitiveness of their products and services, excellence in customer service, an extensive branch network and a significant level of support for a wide range of community-based initiatives that help to improve the quality of life for the people of those communities.
Newcastle Permanent, Australia’s largest building society, has cemented its position as Australia’s best home lender, taking out its fourth Home Lender of the Year title in five years at the Financial Review Smart Investor Blue Ribbon Awards 2013, more than any other lender in the award’s history.
For more about Club Gala Days with in the FMNC zone see the Gala Day Information page.
For all information about FMNC, see the About FMNC page.
For more information on coaching Representative Football, see the High Performance Squads page.