Soccer – Sunday Registration


ANZA Soccer Competition Teams represent ANZA Soccer in external leagues, playing every Sunday (Super League) or every second Sunday (Championship League).

Placement in a competition team is subject to player grading – which is carried out by a professional coach (although ANZA Soccer participates in multiple divisions catering to different skill levels).

Players who wish to participate must make payment of the Sunday competition registration fee $500 after signing up for the Saturday League, as competition teams will be determined very early in the season.

Positions in the competition teams are offered based on skills and team needs. All players trying-out must pay the competition team fee beforehand. Refunds for the competition team fee will be payable only when a player can not be offered a position in our competition teams or when a cancellation is received before the final teams are announced. Once the final teams are announced no refunds will be given. This policy is in place to ensure fairness to all and to avoid issues that would be caused if players decided not to play after others have been told they have not been given a position.

This program is open to boys and girls.

The competition fee includes competition kit (jersey, shorts and socks), external registrations fee and competition team training.

There is a strong emphasis on competition players attending any competition team training provided throughout the season. Training for U18s, Super League Group 14, Super League Group 16 and Championship League Group 16 will be on Tuesdays from 5-7pm. Remaining U10 and U12 competition teams will occur on Wednesday evenings and for U6 to U8s competition team training will occur on Thursday evenings.

Volunteer team managers, coaches and assistant coaches will be required for the Sunday games. Please advise if you are able to take on one of these roles.

Please note that as most teams have already been selected for 2018-19, players should only be registered using the form below if you have been advised to by a competition coordinator.

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