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Last updated 16 May 2024
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Club Documents

Statutory Regulations and Policies

All players, parents and team officials are to abide by statutory regulations and policies as prescribed by the sport governing bodies and Club. These include but are not limited to National Code of Conduct, Spectator Code of Behaviour, FFA Sports Betting and Match Fixing Guidelines, Member Protection Policy, Grievance Resolution Regulations and Social Media Policy. As part of that responsibility we bring to your attention the following policy documents. 

Football Australia Constitution (FA - Current)

Football Australia Constitution

National Code of Conduct:

This Code of Conduct aims to promote and strengthen the reputation of football in Australia by establishing a standard of performance, behaviour and professionalism for participants and stakeholders. It seeks to deter conduct that may impair public confidence in the honest and professional conduct of Matches or in the integrity and good character of participants. 

National Code of Conduct

Grievance and Disciplinary:

The Grievance Resolution Regulations provide the exclusive and necessary institutional means to resolve any internal dispute or grievance that may arise between Members.

Grievance Procedure By-Law        National Disciplinary Guidelines

National Spectator Code of Behaviour:

The National Spectator Code of Behaviour addresses the behaviour standards at Matches to ensure all spectators and participants are able to enjoy Matches in a safe and comfortable environment. 

National Spectator Code of Behaviour 

National Member Protection Policies:

This National Member Protection Policy provides codes of conduct and behaviour that form the basis of appropriate and ethical conduct by which everyone must abide. 

Safeguarding Policy Anti-Bullying and Harassment Policy

Anti-Discrimination Policy National Complaints Procedure

FA Inclusivity Principles for Club Identity:

Creating an inclusive and welcoming environment for participants from all cultural and linguistic backgrounds

FA Inclusivity Principles for Club Identity

Football Australia Integrity Framework:

Football Australia is dedicated to promoting and strengthening the reputation of football in Australia, and the reputation of Australian football on the world stage. A dedicated integrity framework for football in Australia is an important mechanism for both protecting and enhancing the standards of performance, behaviour and professionalism for football participants and stakeholders in Australia.

The regulations, policies and guidelines which underpin Football Australia’s integrity framework include the following:

  1. Football Australia National Anti-Doping Policy
  2. Football Australia Sports Supplements and Medication Guidelines
  3. Football Australia National Code of Conduct
  4. Football Australia Sports Betting and Match Fixing Guidelines

Football Queensland Social Media Guidelines

This document sets out the guiding principles and provides general advice regarding the management of concussion in football in Australia. 

Football Queensland Social Media Guidelines

Football Queensland Heat Policy

As weather conditions are constantly changing and extreme weather is becoming more commonplace, Football Queensland has conducted research to create a policy that will assist clubs when making decisions about the welfare and safety of players. This policy has been developed by researching best practice from a number of organisations including Sports Medicine Australia, Football Federation Australia and FIFA.

Football Queensland Heat Policy

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