Launceston City have passed on another update to the NPL BLOG.
Thank you again City.
Club Update -
We are only weeks away from the regular season starting. We have had some great performances over the past few weeks in the Steve Hudson Cup & Statewide Cup with promising signs for all teams. The start of the inaugural V-League is only a week away from today and there are some important dates to remember -
Thursday 21st March - (We ask that all players attend this dinner after training) Player’s dinner - $5 7.30 for an 8.00pm Start · Announcement of Victory League Team · Presentation of Strips
Saturday 23rd March Round 1 – Victory League Mitsubishi Park, Prospect Vale
Devonport vs. Tilford Zebras – 1.00pm Kick-off Launceston City FC vs. Northern Rangers – 3.30pm Kick-off
Good luck to all teams as they prepare for their first games in the coming weeks! Go City!!!!
Best wishes, Launceston City FC Committee
URGENT - Volunteers Required for the Canteen
The committee requires assistance with the running of the canteen during match days – even an hour can help a lot. If you are able to assist please contact -
The Committee has determined the following subscription fees for the 2013 season -
Senior (men NPL & NPL 1 and ladies NPL) $290 Division Two $270 Under 18 $250
The subscription fees have been set to cover the cost of registering each individual player and nomination fees for each team (excluding Victory League) with FFT. The remaining balance will assist in funding approximately 40% of ground hire and rent.
All players will only be registered with FFT when they have paid at least 50% of their subscription fee in advance.
If a player is unable to make the 50% payment, the Committee may enter into an alternative arrangement for the payment of the subscription.
· 50% will have to be paid upfront by the start of the season. · Full payment will have to be received by the 1st of June. · If full payment has not been received by the 1st of June the player will be ineligible to play until full payment is received. · All coaches and managers have been made aware of the new rules.