2018 Fees Schedule and Payment Options
The standard fees in 2018 remain low, thanks to the fundraising efforts of the Junior Committee.
Most of you will be unaware that the fees collected do not cover the full costs of putting a player on the field each season.
We rely heavily upon fundraising as a major contributor thus enabling us to keep the fees down, it is therefore essential that every member assist throughout the season with fundraising activities.
Fees are due by 4 Feb 2018 - Registration Day. After this date, positions will be open to new registrations. A minimum $50 will be required upon registration.
Please note that all players must be registered to participate in pre-season training.
Payment instalments via internet banking are welcomed, credit card/poli pay (eft) / PayPal payments are available via the on-line registration form.
Registrations are now open for 2018 at:
and select Tea Tree Gully to get to the on line Registration Form.
2018 Standard Fee’s and Levy’s
1. Bank transfer with payment code – see below
2. Pay via credit card/PoliPay (eft)/PayPal when registering on line.
(Cash, eftpos and credit card payments can be made in person once a registration day is set, but if payments can be made online or via credit card/poli pay/PayPal on registering that would be appreciated)
Important information for bank transfer payments
When using this option you MUST include your payment code so that we can identify you and validate your registration.
Your Payment code is: player’s surname and date of birth in a 6 digit format
i.e. to register Joe Bloggs born on 29th April, 2000.. The code would be: Bloggs290400
The Tea Tree Gully Junior football Club account details are as follows:
Account number: 042107340
If your full surname does not fit in the description box, please provide at least the first 5 letters.
Failure to supply your correct payment code could result in your payment becoming ‘lost in the system’. Please send a remittance of payment to Junior Registrar : firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that it is your responsibility to keep records of your payment transactions and receipts.
This will be essential for tracking any missing payments.