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GUFC has received a Certificate of Achievement and is now a 1 Star Club Changer!

This award demonstrates our commitment and dedication to the development of Women and Girls Football. With the success of our two women’s premier league teams, a new female head coach for the club, free training for our coaches and the introduction of our Female Intro To Football program, 2023 has been a big year!

By defining our commitment to the Club Changer program, we aim to support the growth and retention of female football, improve quality of the participation experience and maintain positive playing environments for women and girls at GUFC.

Look out for what GUFC has in store for 2024!

2024 GUFC Calendar

MAY
3-12 – FEMALE FOOTBALL WEEK
4/5 RESCHEDULED Round 1
11/12 – Round 6
18/19 – Round 7
25/26 – Round 8

JUNE

1/2 – Round 9
8/9 – Round 10
9 BEYOND BLUE SPL FUNDRAISER
10RESCHEDULED Round 5
15/16 – Round 11
22/23 – Round 12
29/30 – Round 13

JULY

6/7 – Round 14 (During School Holidays)
13/14 – Round 15 (During School Holidays)
20/21 – Round 16 (During School Holidays) – PURPLE SOCKS ROUND
27/28 – Round 17 – PURPLE SOCKS ROUND

SEE FULL CALENDAR

Commitment to Child Safety

 

Our club provides a safe culture by supporting children and young people, their families and communities and by ensuring all volunteers and staff who work with Gymea United Football Club are committed to safeguarding children and young people.

A Member Protection Information Officer is the first point of contact for persons with member protection or child protection enquiries or complaints. MPIO’s are impartial and have received further training in how to handle complaints. They are the ‘go to’ person if you want to discuss problems, particularly if you are considering making an official complaint.

The GUFC Member Protection Information Officer can be contacted via email: mpio@gufc.com.au

To learn more CLICK HERE

Respect our Referees

 

Please remember Miniroo refs are young kids, they are someone’s child and they deserve respect. They will make mistakes and we should show them the same tolerance and understanding that we show our own children. Try to remember back to when you were that age and how scary & intimidating you would have found a grown adult or group of them towering and shouting at you when all you were doing is trying to help their kids.

Each Club has a MiniRoos Co-Ordinator and there are Ground Control at every game. Please approach these people with any problems or issues that may arise. They are there to help! This is also the case with Adult Refs, no matter what decision is made on the field, all refs are to be respected. We are all grown adults and should be setting the example.

Serious and repeat offenders could be taken to the SSFA judiciary if a complaint is made and penalties like suspension of a player or match bans for spectators could apply. We ask you consider your behaviour as role models for the children and treat all referees with respect.