As with all Tuggies events, cancellations (for example due to risk of lightning strikes) will be posted on our Facebook page ideally at least 1 hour prior to any event.
To speed up the sign up process on the night, please pre-register for the grading using the following form. Once you are registered, on the night we only need to tick off your name and give you a number rather than collect all your details….it makes things soooooo much faster and easier 🙂
For those players that attended NPL / WNPL trials but were unsuccessful, if you still wish to play for TUFC in season 2019 there is no reason to turn up to gradings again. However, please fill out the pre-registration form as there are specific questions just for you re your intentions for the coming season.
TUFC Season 2019 Registrations are OPEN! Registrations are open for all age groups MiniRoo, Juniors, PL, State League, and Masters. Thanks for your patience! All clubs are using a new registrations system this season at https://www.playfootball.com.au/ First step for returning players is to “claim” their old profile from the myfootballclub system – all your historical season data has been migrated to the new system. New players just follow the new player instructions. The playfootball website as very helpful instructions on how to do this – just read! And we have also produced own own step by step screen shot guide at http://tufc.org.au/competitions/registration/ A calendar of key dates will be published soon however- NPL and WNPL players please register as soon as possible. – Juniors Div 1 and Div 2 trials will commence the week of 18th February (further details to come)- MiniRoo and Juniors registration will close on March 30th For people who would to prefer to play in person rather than online, the club shop will be opening closer to the season start. Any questions please contact email@example.com but any problems with the registration system itself, please contact the help desk as listed on their website. Thanks!
Adam Fry was a Tuggies State League player who died as a result of an epileptic seizure in 2004. The Adam Fry Memorial has been run by TUFC for 14 years in memory of Adam. The event has been run in a variety of different forms, and always raised money for Epilepsy ACT. It’s an ideal opportunity to raise funds for an important and under-funded cause, as well as remember our mate. Adam’s parents Richard and Rhonda are regular attendees and will be invited again this year.
This year we will be holding the event across a whole weekend on July 21/22, taking in matches in our State League, Masters, Men’s and Women’s National Premier League and a Trivia Night. All TUFC players are asked to bring a $10 donation to their game that weekend, which will go directly to Epilepsy ACT. Profits from the canteens and the raffles at the Trivia Night will also go directly to the charity.