Registrations for 2016 Season

Senior Players

If you are interested in playing for a Unimount senior team in 2016 and are not already in communication with one of our team managers, please contact our registrar, Hamish Skeggs, by email (hamishskeggs@gmail.com).

 

Please give some details including your age, previous experience and the level you would like to play at. He will put you in touch with teams that might be suitable.

Senior fees are usually around $300 but that depends how big the team squad is. Home games are played at Bill McKinlay Park and Colin Maiden Park (about 50% each). Playing strips are provided (jerseys only - players must provide their shorts and own socks.)  Players must also have boots with moulded soles, touch shoes or turf shoes for home games on Bill McKinlay Park which is an artificial turf with special requirements for its protection.

If the team trains regularly then that may be at either venue, under lights, mid-week. Usually teams are allocated part of the year at each venue.

 

Some of our social teams don’t train regularly but several play in mid-week tournaments run by “Football Fix”. Your new manager will be able to tell you about that or you can go direct to their website – www.footballfix.co.nz

We are operating an  on -line registration  for our senior players  administered by the AFF.

If you have played previously for another club, John will also need to apply for a clearance and this will only be granted if all fees and fines have been paid and gear returned at that club.

 

Please register using the two links on the left column, and for more details please contact Hamish Skeggs - hamishskeggs@gmail.com

 

Top Flight   Junior Players

At this stage for the 2016 season, we plan to field at least 4 teams whose players will be predominantly members of the Top Flight Academy run by Altan Ramadan.

These are “elite” teams for which trials are a prerequisite. The actual grades he is entering in 2016 have been finalised.

 

Please register using the two links on the left column, and For more details please contact Altan via email at altan@topflightfootball.co.nz

 

Junior Players

However, the club would also be happy to accept complete junior teams to play in Auckland Football competitions.

 

For example:

9th and 10th grade boys play 7–a– side so 9 players are sufficient to make up a team; 

The Girls Junior game formats for 2016 will be the following:

7th and 8th Grade - 5 v 5 (no GKs)

9th and 10th Grade - 7 v 7 (inc GKs)

11th, 12th and 13th Grade - 9 v 9 (inc GKs) with Retreating Line for 11th and 12th Grade

 

If you are interested in managing and recruiting  junior teams outside of the Top Flight Academy please contact Andrew van der Laan through the website or by mobile: 027 8375628.

If you do join one of our teams, you will still have to fill in a registration form, scan it and return it to our registrar, Hamish Skeggs, with a scanned ID like a  Birth Certificate (with a photo), or a passport to confirm age and full name. If you have played previously for another club, John will also need to apply for a clearance and this will only be granted if all fees and fines have been paid and gear returned at that club.

Home games are played at Bill McKinlay Park and Colin Maiden Park (about 50% each). Playing strips are provided (jerseys only - players must provide their own socks and shorts.)  Players must also have boots with moulded soles, touch shoes or turf shoes for home games on Bill McKinlay Park which is a synthetic turf with special requirements for its protection.

Top Flight Academy players train before school at Bill McKinlay Park.  Other teams may train either on Bill McKinlay Park or Colin Maiden Park at a time to be advised.

 

Refund Policy

If the club is unable to place a player into a team, a full refund is available. This however does not necessarily mean the specific team that you may want to play in. Any merchandise must be returned unused in its packaging. We will happily exchange the size of any merchandise purchased, again in unused condition. If for some reason you decide not to play more than one week before the season starts, then a refund will be made less a $25 administration fee. If you decide not to play after one week before the season starts, then no refund will be made available. The club executive will use its discretion in the case of an injury preventing a player from playing. The probable outcome will be a credit on the players fees for the following season.