Player / Caregiver Declaration
By signing your registration form or checking the acceptance box in the online registration you are accepting the Club Rules/Terms and Conditions.
You agree to and are aware of the following:
- You are applying for registration with the Boonah Soccer Club Inc as a member of the QCSA.
- You are aware that the QCSA holds an insurance policy to cover you or your child.
- You agree to abide by the following to which the QCSA subscribes (these are available at http://www.qcsa.org.au).
- The Rules & By Laws of the Queensland Christian Soccer Association Inc.
- The Laws of the Game of Soccer as governed by FIFA; and
- The Standards outlined in the Australian Sports Commission for Junior Sport “The Codes of Behaviour”.
- You have read and agree to the Code of Behaviour (below)
- You agree to allow photographs of you or your child to be used in the Boonah Soccer Club’s print and online media*
- You will assist with team duties as rostered & assist in fundraising activities from time to time.
- You will make every effort to complete my responsibilities to ensure the smooth running of the Boonah Soccer Club Inc.
*Online and print photo opt out – If you don’t want photographs of you or your child to be used in the Boonah Soccer Club’s print and online media please indicate your objection on the paper registration form or in the comments field of the player registration screen.
QCSA Social Networking Policy
The Boonah Soccer Club strictly follows the QCSA Policy on Social Networking. This means you need to be aware of your responsibilities when posting to social media, e.g. privacy considerations, acceptable online behaviour and not bringing your club or the QCSA into disrepute. Please read the policy in full:
Player Code of Behaviour
Players are asked to read & Caregivers are asked to read & discuss the Players Code of Behaviour with their child/children. Outlined also are the consequences of any breaches to the code, which applies to training & games.
Code of Behaviour
- Play by the rules.
- Never argue with an official. If you disagree, have your captain, coach or manager approach the official during a break or after the competition.
- Control your temper. Verbal abuse of officials and sledging other players, deliberating distracting or provoking an opponent are not acceptable or permitted behaviours in any sport.
- Work equally hard for yourself and / or your team. Your team’s performance will benefit, so will you.
- Be a good sport. Applaud all good plays whether they are made by your team or the opposition.
- Treat all participants in your sport as you like to be treated. Do not bully or take unfair advantage of another competitor.
- Cooperate with your coach, team mates and opponents. Without them there would be no competition.
- Participate for your own enjoyment and benefit, not just to please parents and coaches.
- Respect the rights, dignity and worth of all participants regardless of their gender, ability, cultural background or religion.
Breaches at Games
Any breaches at games will be handled by the Qld Christian Soccer Association.
In the event of any disciplinary action being taken by the Qld Christian Soccer Association, the Boonah Soccer Club Inc will notify the Recipient, Caregiver (If Recipient is Under 18 Years), Coach & Manager, by phone or in person.
Breaches at Training
Any breaches at training will be handled by the Boonah Soccer Club Inc as detailed.
The following applies to Players only.
Any other issues will be dealt with by the Management Committee as they arise
IF THE CODE IS BREACHED AT TRAINING THE FOLLOWING WILL HAPPEN.
- First offence – Warning from Coach.
- Repeat offence – Sent off the field for time out.
- Serious breach – Expelled from that days training, caregivers are notified of the incident (If player is under 18 years). The club management committee will then consider appropriate disciplinary action.
Responsibilities of Parents and Players
The Club, under the QCSA, has adopted the Australian Sports Commission for Junior Sport “Codes of Behavior”, the QCSA Child & Youth Risk Management Strategy and the QCSA Social Media Policy. This applies to players, coaches, officials, parents, administrators, volunteers, and spectators. Team Managers will have a copy of these all individuals associated with the club are asked to read & must agree to be bound by its requirements.
The Australian Sports Commission Code of Behavior applies to training & games. One of the most important elements of the code is to recognise that the players are there to have FUN while developing their skills and friendships. As coaches, parents, spectators etc., we need to remember this and not attempt to relive our own sporting prowess or dreams through our children so that too much pressure is placed upon them. Everyone involved with the Boonah Soccer Club has a responsibility to model appropriate behavior and relationships.
Privacy and Information Security Statement
The Boonah Soccer Club Inc. online and paper-based registration process requires you to provide a arrange of personal information e.g. name, birth dates, addresses etc. This information is required for registration, membership & volunteer purposes with the Boonah Soccer Club Inc (the club).
Full names and phone numbers etc. will be used on Boonah Soccer Club Team Lists etc. & may be used on the Club & QCSA website and newsletters where appropriate or necessary, e.g. Rep Player or Player of the Year etc. The Boonah Soccer Club will not make any identifying information available to any other parties without consent unless required in the ordinary operation of the Club.
Only members of the club executive will have access to your full registration information.
Where is the information held?
Boonah Soccer Club uses the services of MyClubMate (online registration system) and CalfordGreen (the consulting company that manages MyClubMate) to facilitate online registration and payment.
MyClubMate has adopted the 10 National Privacy Principles (NPPs) contained in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (the Privacy Act).
All data is securely stored by MyClubMate. Boonah Soccer Club maintains a copy of the information locally as an exported file and in paper-based form. Your Personal Information is stored in a manner that reasonably protects it from misuse and loss and from unauthorized access, modification or disclosure.
Providing info to third parties
Boonah Soccer Club and/or MyClubMate will not give any players’ information to any 3rd parties except If we are required by law we will honour a lawful request by a government agent.