You may still be able to register with GUFC for the 2019 season:
* u6, u7, u21, jw21 and senior age groups can still register online
* All other age groups must…
SSFA SHARED SERVICES … all GUFC coaches and managers must register on the SSFA Shared Services website.
Please note: ALL QUERIES should be directed to the GUFC committee in the first instance
Fees must be paid in full before players can attend grading, training or trial games.
No player is covered by insurance until they are registered.
Pre season activity (training, trials, kick around’, etc) must be sanctioned by the SSFA prior to any such activity being permitted on Council land or even at a private facility. Without approval players, coaches, managers and club officials are not covered by the FNSW sourced Directors and Officers Insurance, Public Liability Insurance and Player Insurance.
at Gymea Bay Oval Ground Control
* Wednesday, 20th February 7.30-8.30pm *
for all uniform sales, merchandise and shirt numbering (u12+ only)
More OPEN days/times to be advised soon!
The following GUFC teams have vacancies this season:
* W10, W12 & W14 – players of all abilities
* W18A – Goalkeeper
* WSA – 2 or 3 players and a Goalkeeper
* WSB/C – require 3-4 players
* U21, AL10 & AL12, all teams looking for a Goalkeeper
If you are interested in playing in one of the above teams for season 2019, please contact Anthony on 0404 653 301 or email firstname.lastname@example.org!
GUFC Players – Interested in MiniRoo Refereeing in 2019? – please email your interest to email@example.com
As many of you know season 2019 is GUFC’s 60th year & we are organising really exciting events to celebrate this wonderful milestone.
The celebrations will focus on our rich history and our special place in the Gymea Community as the “Family Club”. We will also look to celebrate the role volunteers play within GUFC past and present and our special place as a leader in diversity within football.
We can now reveal ALL 2019 members will receive a special historical training shirt to mark GUFC’s 60th year!
Plus, please ‘SAVE THE DATE’ … Saturday, 18th May for the 60th celebration dinner. More details to follow 🙂
“The end of season Gala Days on the oval were enjoyed by all the families.
This was in the era before female soccer so the Mothers versus Fathers game was always a highlight.
One year Laurie Dean dressed as a woman including balloons for a pregnancy.
After running out onto the field with the mothers’ team to much laughter he ‘collapsed’ on the ground and was ‘rescued’ by some fathers who threw him into a wheelbarrow and wheeled him off the field.
A great joke enjoyed by everyone”
(excerpt from “Memories – Harry Basterfield, Life Member”)
See ‘GUFC History’ Tab (above right) on the website for more photos and memories