Before registering on-line, please read information below regarding: Age-Group Categories; Sports Kit Sizing Chart; Volunteer Contributions; and, Registration Fees & Gifts. Please also ensure you have read the Code of Conduct Policy as the Registration form requires you to tick check box that you have read and agree to the Policy.
Lastly, if you wish your child to play up an age group, please state in assigned comments box as the Head Coach will need to approve any requests for safety purposes. Don’t forget to check out the schedule and proposed time-slots.
Registrations for 2018 Season online NOW or
Visit Sharks Desk at, The Biggest Aussie BBQ event on Sunday 28 Jan 2018, at Australian International School 2 - 6pm.
U5 (Born 2013 or later)
U6 (Born in 2012)
U7’s (Born in 2011)
U9 (Born 2009/2010)
U11 (Born 2007/2008)
U13 (Born 2005/2006)
U14+ & Dads (Born 2004 or earlier)
Sports Kit Sizing Chart
For loose fit, it’s recommended you add 5 inches to your chest size measurements (for the Guersey)
Our club relies on a real team effort with all parents and members of the community playing their part. The committee is established on a volunteer basis as are all the roles for coaches and umpires.
In addition to the above, each family not occupied with coaching or umpiring are encouraged to undertake 2 x 1 hour shifts on the Barbecue during the season. This is a valuable source of income for the club as we continue to maintain the lowest registration fees of virtually all sporting clubs in Singapore. The BBQ also creates a great atmosphere for all.
This is not a demanding commitment and is actually a lot of fun.
A regular roster will be communicated to all and those unable to attend should find a replacement to be fair to all.
If you wish to Volunteer as a Coach, Umpire or Committee member, there is a check box on your Registration Form, whereby the relevant Sharks personnel will be in contact.
Registration Fees & Gifts
Sharks Season Fees
• $230 includes full Sharks footy kit (shorts, guersey and socks)
• $150 (no footy Kit required)
Lightning Rounds Fees
• $60 includes Lightning Rounds footy guersey
Kids from U5 to U9 receive a free Auskick pack (changes from year to year, but past packs included: Synthetic Sherrin football, Auskick backpack, NAB AFL Auskick cap, Footy pump, Drink bottle, Pencil set, NAB footy ladder magnet, Team Zone footy cards, Team Zone pocket album, Team Zone activity book, Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation shoelaces courtesy of embracia.
Kids U11 and above receive a gift (changes from year to year, but past years free gift included: Synthetic Sherrin Aussie Rules football.)
Before completing Registration form, refer to “Registration Menu” on Sharks website (www.sharksfc.com.sg) for details on age-group categories, sports kit sizing chart, volunteer contributions & registration fees. Also refer to the Policy menu to read Code of Conduct Policy and Schedule menu for details on age-group times and Season Schedule.
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WAIVER & INDEMNITY
Australian Rules Football or any modified version of it may be dangerous and involve physical contact between your child and others and activities that inherently involve risk.
Playing Football, observing Football, learning to play Football and training to play Football, and participating in any activity carried out by Singapore Sharks Football Club (“SSFC”), are activities that inherently involve risk, and that in undertaking these activities your child does so at his/her own risk.
While the coordinators of SSFC take every precaution to prevent any injuries from occurring, neither SSFC, any of the volunteers who assist or the staff, administration or management of the grounds used, accept any liability whatsoever for any personal injury arising from membership of SSFC, playing Australian Rules Football, observing Australian Rules Football, learning to play Australian Rules Football, training to play Australian Rules Football, any activity carried out by SSFC and usage of the grounds and facilities, or negligence of any nature whatsoever on the part of SSFC, or any of the volunteers who assist, including office bearers, officials, coaches, managers, umpires, members, and/or agents.
By registering your child with SSFC, you acknowledge that your child will play Auskick or participate in any associated activities at his or her own risk and any medical expenses or charges incurred if injured will be covered by your own means.
From time to time SSFC may take photographs or videos of players, coaches, parents or similar, either as action shots or as a spectator. By signing this form, you also provide consent to SSFC to use these images, videos, audio or similar for its own non-commercial use.
CODE OF CONDUCT
By registering your child into the Singapore Sharks Football Club you agree that your child understands and will adhere to the Player Code of Behaviour:
a) Play within the spirit of the game and by the rules of the competition
b) Never argue with a coordinator, coach or volunteer parent/guardian
c) Cooperate with my coach and my teammates
d) Play unselfishly and congratulate good teamwork and individual play by others
e) Do not take unfair advantage of another participant.
f) Show respect to all participants regardless of their gender, race, ability, religion, language, politics or national or ethnic origin
g) Win graciously and not brag, or lose calmly and not get mad
h) After the game, always shake hands and thank the other team and coaches
i) Always abide by the following rules:
a) Always wear a Mouthguard and understand the policy of “No Mouthguard, No Play” for the benefit of my safety
b) Do not execute sling tackles or excessively rough tackles
c) Always try my best to execute the “Special Rules” set by Sharks - a) One bounce, then must dispose of the ball, and b) Cannot kick the ball off the ground
Parents and Spectators
All parents / spectators associated with teh Sharks Football Club agree to abide by the following Code of Conduct:
a) Encourage children to participate regardless of ability
b) Encourage participants to always play by the rules
c) Never ridicule mistakes or losses
d) Remember that participants learn best by example. Applaud good play by all teams
e) Never publicly disagree with officials. If you disagree, raise the issue privately through appropriate channels
f) Actively discourage racial abuse
g) Recognise the value and importance of volunteer coaches
h) Remember that participants play for fun and are not miniature professionals
i) Condemn the use of violence in any form, be it by spectators, coaches, officials or players
j) Encourage players to accept the umpire's decisions
k) Demonstrate exemplary behaviour by not using foul language, or harassing players, coaches or officials
l) Smoking and the excessive consumption of alcohol is unacceptable at junior sport
All coaches and parents who sign up as coaches to the Sharks Football Club agree to abide by the following Code of Conduct:
a) Be reasonable in your demands: consider young players' time, energy and enthusiasm levels
b) Avoid over-playing the talented players. The just 'average' players' need and deserve equal time.
c) Keep winning in perspective: maximise participation because children participate for fun and enjoyment
d) Stress safety: ensure that equipment and facilities are safe and appropriate for age and ability levels
e) Consider maturity levels: match up practice schedules, activities and degree of competition
f) Develop team respect: for opponents as well as for the judgement of officials and opposing coaches
g) Recognise the importance of injury: seek and follow the physician's advice concerning injured players
h) Keep informed: with sound principles of coaching and skill development, and development of children
i) Teach sporting behaviour: create opportunities to teach appropriate sports behaviour as well as basic skills
j) Get priorities right: ensure skill learning and appropriate behaviour are the priority over competition
k) Teach fair play: help children understand the responsibilities and implications of their freedom to choose between fair and unfair play