Fixtures and Roster Information

All teams full except U5s-U9s … players still needed in these teams, particularly U9s

Competition fixtures for U8 to All Age teams click here.

Miniroos fixtures for U5 to U7 click here.  Training sessions start 9am.

Canteen, BBQ and Fields roster click here.

The penalty areas of Fields 1 and 2 are only to be used during comp. games

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Commemorative 50th Year Shirt


Commemorative BMFC 50th Year Shirt

Commemorative 50th Year Shirt

Blue Mountains Football Club is celebrating fifty years in 2015. What better way to commemorate this milestone year than to wear a new playing shirt with a fantastic golden 50th year BMFC commemorative logo.

Now we are sure that our players will wear this shirt with a little bit extra pride this year and something tells us that every goal scored throughout the season will be that little bit sweeter in this shirt.

Go the Blues! 1965-2015

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Pre-Season Info

Pre-Season Information for All

Here’s a quick summary of key calendar dates.  More info below.

  • 6 January – on-line registrations open on MyFootballClub
  • 31 January – Registration Day at the clubhouse (10am – 2pm)
  • 6 February – Registration Day at the clubhouse (6pm – 8pm)
  • 9-19 February – Junior teams Grading (U11-U18 teams)
  • 18 February – Senior teams Muster evening
  • 21 February – MiniRoos Muster day (U5-U10 teams)
  • 11 March – Grassroots Coaching course, at Knapsack
  • 12 March – Coaches & Managers meeting.

Information for Coaches and Managers

On Wednesday, 11 March, a Grassroots Coaching session will be held at Knapsack for U5s-U9s coaches, and for others who may be interested.  Click here for more information.

On Thursday, 12 March, the Coaches & Managers meetings will be held.  Click here for more information.

Please note: all coaches & managers of junior teams must abide with Working With Children legislation.  Click here for a FAQ brochure on the topic; click here for the WWCC assessment form and click here for the FNSW Member Protection Declaration form, both which need to be completed  as part of registering in these roles.  More information will be made available shortly.

For those of you interested in Player ID & Team Sheet regulations (i.e. as a minimum, all managers of teams U11s and above), click here.

Information for Under 5s to Under 10s (“MiniRoos”)

On Saturday, 21 February, all U5-U10 registered players attend Team Muster to be formed into teams – click here for more information regarding this.  Coaches and Managers for these teams are also chosen at this time and must be registered by this date to ensure that their team can participate this season.

For those new to football/soccer, U5s-U7s play at Knapsack Park every Saturday morning (excluding the middle weekend of school holidays).  Training sessions of skills/drills commence at 9am; games commence at ~9:30am.

For MiniRoos game details and rules for each age group, click here.

Information for Under 11s to Under 18s

During February, all U11-U18 registered players will attend Team Grading and be graded into teams, if the club needs to form more than one team in a particular age group.  Otherwise, teams will be formed on the nominated days, and coaches and managers chosen.  Click here for more information.

Female Players: Once a girl turns 13 (or older) during the year, she can only play in a girl’s team for that season and onwards.  Prior to turning 13 in a calendar year, she can played in a mixed or girls’ team.

For MiniRoos U11s game details and rules, click here.

Information for Senior teams

On Wednesday, 18 February, a meeting for registered senior players will take place (click here for details), unless alternative arrangements are made.

Attention, Over 35 Men … Nepean will be trialling a Friday night O35’s competition this season.  They will run 3 divisions on Friday nights (more if demand requires it), as well as the regular Sunday competitions.  Champion of Champions representation will come from the Div. 1 Sunday Competition.  Friday Night & Sunday competitions are not inter-changeable and players will not be able to upgrade from one comp to another; however, both competitions will be able to upgrade to any division of All Age Men.  When registering for Over 35s, please let us know which competition you are registering for – Friday or Sunday.

Attention, Over 30 Women, Over 40 Women and Over 50 Men … Are you struggling to keep up with the “young pups” in your All Age Competitions?  Can’t quite run the full field for the full 90 minutes anymore, but don’t want to give up playing the game you love?  If this sounds like you, then Nepean’s new Saturday Social Six-a-Side Comp might be something for you to consider. If Nepean get sufficient interest, they’ll be running a 6-a-side, 25 min. each way on a 1/2 field competition (social, so no finals) to be played on Saturday afternoons, same time & same venue every week. At this stage, the venue will be Penrith LGA based and kick off times are likely to be 1, 2 or 3 pm.  Nepean will be taking a maximum of 8 teams into each competition and for those who really like a challenge, you can also dual register into an 11-a-side comp on Sundays for an extra $10 to your Sunday rego fee.  To see Nepean’s draft regulations for 6-a-side competition, click here.

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Registration Info

Registration Information for All

All players, coaches, club referees and volunteers (e.g. managers and committee members) must register on-line and you need to know the following before logging in: your FFA Number, FFA password and e-mail address.

To start the on-line registration process, click here.

If you need a detailed step-by-step guide on how to complete the on-line registration process, click here … and also note the comments under the “Supplementary Information for Players” heading (below).

Note: to upload a suitable photo, please read Step 2c of the Step-by-Step Guide, otherwise your registration cannot be accepted.

To see if you need to turn up to the clubhouse on Registration Days, use our Flowchart to help you determine this (click here).

For fees and payment options, click here.

If you have any pre-loved football/soccer boots that that are still in good condition but are of no further use to you, then please consider donating them to the club’s Boot Bin! Boots are made available to our players, for free … and there are plenty of people who do annual swaps of boots each season.

Supplementary Information for Players

Personal Details – When logged into your FFA account, carefully check all your personal details. Please, please, PLEASE ensure that correct home and mobile numbers, and e-mail addresses, are recorded in your on-line registration form, as this is our means of contacting you, if the need be.

Siblings – If two or more siblings in the same immediate family register to play in Junior teams (U18s and below), a $30.00 discount applies to the second and each subsequent sibling – note: the first sibling pays their full registration fee.  Include this discount by clicking on the “Purchase Additional Items” button before finalizing your invoice during the on-line registration process.

Club Hoodie – New players aged 16 or under will receive a free hoodie embroidered with the club’s 50th Anniversary logo, worth over $40.00!  (These are also available for purchase).

Student Rate – The student rate applies to FULL-TIME students only.

“Over” Teams – Nepean has adopted FNSW’s definition regarding the age of players in “Over” teams.  Essentially, a player has to have attained the age as at 31 December in the previous year.  For example, someone born on or before 31 Dec 1979 can play in an O35s team in 2015, but someone born 18 February 1980 can only play O35s in 2016.

Photos – The following players need new photos this year:

  • new players (i.e. those who have never played for BMFC);
  • returning players who will be 6, 9, 12, 15 or 18 as at 31 December this year;
  • players who didn’t play for BMFC last year; or
  • any returning players who would like a new photo taken.

Identification New players will need to bring proof of ID (e.g. birth certificate, passport, drivers licence).

Deregistrations – Players who deregister for any reason, other than not being offered a position in a team, will be charged a $20 fee ($16.50 payable to Nepean; $3.50 BMFC admin fee).

Insurance (Accident Support Program) – This program is part of the Football NSW “Limited Risk Management and Player Protection Plan”.  It is designed to supplement Loss of Income and Non-Medicare expenses.  The benefits are limited.  Note it is not a Health Insurance Scheme or Workers Compensation.  BMFC advises members to note the coverage provided by the insurance and recommends that players have private medical insurance.  More information can be found at


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AIA Vitality

AIA Vitality

AIA Vitality

AIA Vitality is now the proud sponsor of the MiniRoos (U5–U11 teams) and they are providing Club Coordinator Packs for every registered MiniRoos team in Australia, for free!

AIA Vitality want all Australians to have the best start in life and we believe that kids have the greatest chance of developing healthy habits when they’re having fun.  Whether it’s playing with mum and dad at home, friends at the park or a team sport, being active as a kid can lead to better health as grown-ups.

AIA Vitality encourages and rewards healthy habits.  That’s why they are supporting MiniRoos, a fun and engaging introduction to football, designed for kids to develop a love of football and make new friends in a positive environment.

Whether you make small changes or big leaps towards a healthier lifestyle, AIA Vitality rewards you with discounts from some of Australia’s biggest brands, including discounts on shopping, entertainment and travel.

AIA Vitality is the science-backed health and wellness program brought to you by AIA Australia, it’s life insurance that pays you to be healthy.

For more information about AIA Vitality, please visit

Blue Mountains Football Club would like to acknowledge and thank AIA Vitality for their extremely generous support of our MiniRoos teams (and MiniRoos teams across Australia).

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