Sign-up here for the FREE specialist skills clinic on Registration Day. The clinic will be run by a WACFA Development Officer and is available to all junior players from Greyhounds CSC.
Coaches and Managers are invited to attend and learn new skills and coaching techniques ahead of the new season.
Parents and volunteers are needed to help on the day, please register your interest when submitting this form.
Time: 10am – 12noon
Venue: Hainsworth Park (opposite Emmanuel Christian College).
Saturday 20 February 10:00am – 2:00pm
Emmanuel Christian Community School
Primary Campus (50 Casserley Avenue, Girrawheen)
** ALL players for the 2021 season are encouraged to attend Registration Day. **
Please bring full fees and proof of online registration
or Register and Pay on the day.
Online Registrations Here Registration Day Skills Clinic
GCSC is offering a FREE specialist skills clinic on Registration Day available to all junior players. Coaches and Managers are invited to attend and learn some new skills ahead of the season start. All volunteers welcome to help supervise.
Register Attendance Here New Players Welcome
Please bring each of the following items:
Birth Certificate or proof of age Full fees or proof of online payment If registering on the day then please bring your email address and emergency contact details FFA number and password if you have them A guardian (18+) if you are U16 Photos
You will need to have a photo taken if it is your 1st year in U12, U16, Mens, Womens or you are a new player.
** We are able to take digital photos on Registration Day. **
We are very excited to see the start of the 2020 WACFA season.
Games will commence for all teams on Saturday 20 June (fixtures coming soon) with the last round being Saturday 19 September.
Please note there will be some changes to the standard game times from previous seasons and that fixtures will run through the school holidays this year.
Revised fees for the shortened season have been decided. The Club will contact you about a refund if you qualify. Registered players who have not paid fees should do this now.
If you know anyone who has registered to play but for whatever reason is no longer planning to, please ask the to contact the Club’s registrar, Stacey –
WACFA Clubs Presidents held a meeting with Executives of WACFA last week and agreed to the following with regards to training and the 2020 season.
Clubs are to seek approval and comply with Local Authorities with access to training venues. Ensure training methods and activities comply with WA Government and Health Department rules and guidelines.
To that end WACFA has provided the following critical
information presented by the WA Government:
Can I play soccer socially at the park if there are 20 of
Soccer is a contact sport and is prohibited, however, non- contact training or kick to kick is permitted for up to 20 people at a local park.
The space you are playing in must be big enough to provide at least 4 square metres per person and participants should practice social distancing of 1.5 metres from other people.
The playing of contact sports remains a prohibited
Are sporting clubs able to return and is full contact
Sporting activities that are non-contact and involve no
more than 20 people are allowed. This includes children’s sport.
Minimal shared equipment should be used and cleaned
This includes non – contact training for sports that would
ordinarily involve contact (such as soccer, football, hockey , basketball and
Contact sports remain a prohibited activity.
For more detailed information , Football West has provided
the following link which WACFA recommends you study:
With respect to season commencement, WACFA cannot confirm a
start date nor guarantee a competition until the Authorities lift the
WACFA’s intention is to collaborate closely with clubs to
commence competitions as quickly as possible once the above is confirmed.
The goal will be to maximise the number of weeks that can
be accommodated prior to the normal annual closing date of 19 September.
Greyhounds CSC is pleased to be part of the KidSport Program an initiative developed by the Department of Sport & Recreation. Access
KIDSPORT Funding Grants for more information relating to this program including the eligibility criteria.
We are currently registered with the following Local Government councils:
City of Bayswater City of Joondalup City of Stirling City of Swan City of Wanneroo
If you reside in a local government council that is not listed above and you meet the eligibility criteria, please contact your local council to confirm that they are part of this program and email
firstname.lastname@example.org so we can register our club.
Greyhounds is creating a second U16 Girls team for the upcoming 2019 season but need a few more players. We would love to have groups of friends sign-up and play together!
Girls who are interested, but not sure, are invited to come to training and check things out before deciding.
Hudson Park, Girrawheen
[view map] Tuesday’s (4:30 to 6:00pm)
No playing experience needed, just a willingness to learn and laugh while doing so.
email@example.com to find out more, express your interest or sign-up now.
Fun and friendship guaranteed!
2020 Rules & Rule Changes
Coaches, Players and Parents are encouraged to know the rules and be aware of the specific rule changes for this season.
View this information via these links to the WACFA website.
Small Sided Football
In line with the recommendations of the FFA, WACFA endorses a
non-competitive environment as the best way to introduce young players
to the game of football. In our U6, U8 and U10 competitions no
competition table is kept and the formats follow the “Miniroos” formats
as seen in the following links and as detailed in the WACFA By-laws.
“Miniroos” is the name the FFA has given to a modified form of
football designed to meet the needs of young players who have very
different developmental characteristics to adult players. The philosophy
of “Miniroos” focuses on participation, fun and enjoyment of the game
and its reduced player numbers maximises the individual’s contact with
the ball while retaining the competitive element essential for player
The following links provide the general rules and playing formats for
“Miniroos” and should be read in conjunction with the WACFA By-laws.
The WACFA Competition By-laws take precedence where differences exist.
In keeping with the IFAB rules addressing uniform, visible coloured compression shorts and shirts should be worn in line with the clubs playing strip.
Coaches, players and parents should understand it is ultimately the decision of the referee on game day to determine what they will allow onto the pitch!
We offer the following guidelines:
Contrasting colours (including black) should not be visible.
Visible compression shorts should be green.
Visible compression shirts should be yellow or green to match the colour of the playing shirt.
Onside Sports have suitable options but there are others.
The colour and visibility guidelines apply to anything worn under the playing strip!
Player VIP discount.
Onside Sports stock green/yellow ‘Select’ compression shorts and shirts!
All players registered with WACFA get 10% Discount on all RRP prices (in store only).
22 Enterprise Cresent
Malaga WA 6090
Not sure which age group you should be signing up for?
Follow this link to download the WACFA
Birthday Cut-offs [PDF] for each school year and to see how they align with the Football Age Groups for 2019.
Please understand at the end of the day it is your birthday not your school year that decides which age group you must play in.