What age can I play football?
Auskick is available for Girls and Boys aged 5 – 7 years. Your child must be turning 5 before 30th June to participate in Pre Primary age group.
Modified Rules Football is available for Girls and Boys aged 8 – 12 years. This is Year 3 – Year 7 children which play a modified rules version of football.
Open Rules Football is available for Girls and Boys aged 13 – 17 years. This is for Year 8 – Year 12 children which play Open rules football.
Where do we play football?
Auskick is played at Kingsbridge Reserve, Butler
Modified Rules Players home ground can be Kingsbridge Reserve, Butler or Leatherback Park in Alkimos. The clubs we play against range from Yanchep to Whitfords and travel is involved to get to these ovals.
Open Rules play at various ovals as we are now competing in a Cross district competition with Subiaco and Claremont districts.
What teams do you play?
There are several clubs in the West Perth District. These clubs are Yanchep, Quinns Districts, Joondalup/Kinross, Edgewater/Woodvale, Ocean Ridge, Whitfords and Wanneroo. Open Rules and Girls competitions play across the Subiaco, Claremont and West Perth District.
Do we need a uniform?
Club shorts and socks are available for sale on Registration Day, Allocation Day and other days nominated by the club.
Guernseys are provided by the club to wear on game day for all grades.
What are Brighton Seahawks club colours?
Royal Blue, Yellow and Teal.
How long is the season?
Season 2020 is to be advised. Generally 15 weeks starting 3rd of May and finishing around the 30th of August.
Please note there are weeks that are General Byes due to School holidays and Public Holidays. These details will be given to the Team Managers.
What time do we play football?
Girls competitions are Friday Nights.
Boys Modified and Open Rules are on Sundays
Auskick starts at 11:20am every Sunday at Kingsbridge Park.
Sunday Modified and Open Rules play at Various times please consult your Manager for fixture times.
Times are subject to change
When and where do we train?
Training for all Modifieds and Open Rules is during the week at Kingsbridge Reserve Butler or Leatherback Park in Alkimos.
Times and locations are to be confirmed shortly after registration day.
Auskick does not train during the week. Auskick starts from 11.20am – 12.55pm.
How much does it cost to play?
Auskick (PP – Year 2) – $150 (Includes Auskick Back Pack)
Modifieds (Year 3 – Year 7) – $170
Open Rules (Year 8 – 12) – $190
How can I pay my fees?
Auskick must be paid for Online at the link given on the registration page. This is due to the AFL sending the Auskick Pack to you Directly.
Modified and Open Rules players can pay the club in the following way:
Cheque (made out to Brighton Seahawks JFC)
Money Order (made out to Brighton Seahawks JFC)
Bank Transfer (Bankwest account BSB 306-139, Account 0012266)
Please note all Fees for Modified and Open Rules players will need to be paid before round 1 for your Child to play.
When do I pay my fees?
Auskick is paid for Online at the time of registration.
Fees need to be paid on Registration Day or an arrangement with the club made as
ALL FEES MUST BE PAID BEFORE THE SEASON STARTS TO BEPLACED IN A TEAM.
What do my fees include?
Brighton Seahawks Membership, West Perth Player Levy, Player insurance, Team Photo, Trophy or Medallion, Auskick Pack (Auskick), Umpire fees, Grounds Marking, Equipment,etc
Are there any weekly fees?
No. Unless you want to buy a yummy hotdog or hamburger from our canteen !!!!!
Your Teams will ask for Volunteers of Fruit and or Lollies for each game.
Can I play for Brighton Seahawks if I have played for another club?
Yes. A clearance is required to play with Brighton Seahawks if you have played Modifieds or Open Rules before with another club.
Please contact our Registrar via email email@example.com to arrange this.
Do the coaches have qualifications?
Yes. All our coaches attend coaching courses held by the West Perth Football Association. All coaches must have Coaching Accreditations to coach with Brighton Seahawks.
Do you need helpers?
YES!!!! Brighton Seahawks love parent helpers. We are all volunteers so as many hands on deck as possible makes the club run smoothly.
You are more than welcome to put your hand up to help coach, umpire, work in the canteen, join our fundraising team, sponsor the club, be a water runner, goal umpire, boundary umpire or jump on the committee!
Do you have a Parent/Spectator Code of Conduct?
- Encourage children to participate, if there are interested.
- Encourage children to always participate according to the rules.
- Never ridicule or yell at a child for making a mistake or losing a game.
- Remember that children learn best from example. Applaud good plays by all teams.
- If you disagree with an official, raise the issue through the appropriate channels rather than questioning the official’s judgement and honesty in public.
- Support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse from sporting activities.
- Recognise the value and importance of volunteer coaches.
- Remember that children play organised sports for fun. They are not playing for the entertainment of spectators only, nor are they minature professionals.
- Condemn the use of violence in any form, be it by spectators, coaches, offiicials or players.
- Encourage players to follow the rules and the umpire’s decisions.
- Demonstrate appropriate social behaviour by not useing foul language, harassing players, coaches or umpires.
What is your Postal Address
Brighton Seahawks JFC
PO Box 2230