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Registration & Match Fees


Registration Fees
The Club is self financing which means that we always need to maximise our revenue to pay the ever increasing costs of running an amateur club. As in previous seasons we have charged all players a Registration Fee. This will be the same for this season.

• The Registration Fee for the season will be £75
• The Registration Fee for Students and Unemployed will be £37
• The registration fee must be paid by the 1st Oct 2013.

There are a number of ways that the Registration Fee can be paid.

Clubs Preferred Option 1
• Three electronic standing orders direct to the clubs bank account
• Players must agree and commit, by the 15th Sep 2013, to pay the Registration Fee by three standing orders
o agree and commit by sending an email to Paul Simmonds (psimmo55@hotmail.co.uk) before the 15th Sep 2013
• The three payment dates of the standing orders are 28th Sep 2013, 28th Oct 2013 & 28th Nov 2013
• The three payment amounts will be £25 or £12 depending on status
• The payment details are:
o Bank Name: Nat West Bank
o Sort Code: 602322
o Account No: 80002196
o Account Name: West Wickham Football Club
o Reference: REG
Important to include

Option 2
• A single electronic transfer direct to the clubs bank account
• The payment must be made by 1st Oct 2013
• The payment amount will be £75 or £36 depending on status
• Email Paul Simmonds (psimmo55@hotmail.co.uk) to advise that payment is being made
• The payment details are:
o Bank Name: Nat West Bank
o Sort Code: 602322
o Account No: 80002196
o Account Name: West Wickham Football Club
o Reference: REG
Important to include

Option 3
• A single payment either by cash or cheque
• The payment must be made by 1st Oct 2013
• The payment amount will be £75 or £36 depending on status
• Make cheques payable to 'WEST WICKHAM FOOTBALL CLUB'
• Hand payment to either:
o Your Team Managers - email Paul Simmonds (psimmo55@hotmail.co.uk) to advise that payment is made
o Chairman – Paul Simmonds
• Any player, who for personal reasons, is unable to pay the registration fee they should contact Paul or Mark to discuss the matter.

Players Joining Club After 1st Oct 2013
• Players who join the club after the 1st Oct 2013 will be able to choose Options 1, 2 or 3
• The payment amount will be pro rata
• The payment schedule will be agreed on a case by case basis

Failure to Pay
Any player who does not pay the Registration Fee using options 1, 2 or 3 by the 1st Oct 2013 will then be required to pay £100 or £50 Registration Fee depending on status

Registering for the Club
In registering for the club a player automatically agrees to abide by the Player Disciplinary Code and Player Code of Conduct and the Equality Policy as laid out in Sections 4, 5 & 8

Match Fees
In conjunction with the Registration Fee, the Match Fee is the other main source of income. Without the two combined, the club would not raise enough income to meet the expenses for the season. It is therefore vital that players pay the match fee on a weekly basis to the team manager.
For the first time in 5 years it has been necessary to raise the Match Fee. However, the training fee has been rolled up into the new match fee amount
• The Match Fee will be £13 per game for all league and cup games
• For Students and Unemployed the Match fee will be £7
• Any player, who for personal reasons, is unable to pay the match fee should talk to their team manager or Paul Simmonds

As of the 15th Sept 2013 player will pay £7, for pre season friendly games. All players should play a part in the game.

Any player who is sent from the field of play will pay a full match fee, irrespective of when they are dismissed during the game

Players who owe more than two weeks Match Fees will not be selected.

Substitute Match Fees
One area that always causes controversy is that of Match Fees for substitutes. For this season it has been further complicated with the introduction of roll on roll off substitutes, for the 4's, 5's & 6's

For the 1's 2's & 3's games (except pre-season friendly’s) the pro rata system will be used.

The £13 match fee will be split between the player coming off and the player going on. So for example:
1. A substitution is made at half time. Both players will pay £6.50 each
2. A player is substituted after 65 minutes. The player off would pay £9 the player on would pay £4
The actual amount collected will be at the discretion of the team manager

As of the 15th Sept 2013 player will pay £7, for pre season friendly games. All players should play a part in the game.

Double Header’s
If a team is involved in a double header, then full match fees will be payable for both games. Agreed at the February 2010 Committee Meeting

Cup Finals
Any team that participates in an AFA, SAL or Kent Cup Final, the players for that game only will be exempt from a match fee.