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									                   CHILD REGISTRATION FORMS
                       2012/2013 SEASON.
  Completed forms and monies, are to be returned to the head team coach
              before the player starts a 3rd training session.

         All players [except the G Jugend players]
require a Spielerpaß to play so please return the forms with:
 PHOTOCOPY OF FULL BIRTH CERTIFICATE, PASSPORT
                      AND
 A RECENT FULL FACE PASSPORT SIZE PHOTOGRAPH
                     Subscriptions for 2012/13 are:
                                      €90 season Sept 12 – May 13.
                                 An additional €45 for a 2nd child from the
     Subscriptions
     st                                same family will be charged.
    1 September 12
                                  No additional charge will be made for
                                     subsequent children per family.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE NEW SEASON ARE TO BE PAID IN FULL BEFORE THE LAST THURSDAY IN
OCTOBER.
NEW PLAYERS JOINING AFTER OCTOBER WILL BE REQUIRED TO PAY UPON COMPLETION OF THE
APPLICATION FORMS.
UNPAID SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL RESULT IN A PLAYER BEING INELIGIBLE TO PLAY OR TRAIN.




                         MUST BE RETAINED BY THE APPLICANT
                   TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PRB GÜTERSLOH FOOTBALL CLUB

The trainers are not responsible for children's behaviour/well-being when they attend training
sessions and matches. When parents/guardians are leaving their children at the activities, permission
should be sought from the trainers and a carer be nominated. Team coaches are not liable for any
injury that may occur whilst the children are involved with the activities of the Club. The Club will
not take any responsibility for any medical problems that may occur through lack of information given
by the parents/guardians.

    The team coaches will take steps in an emergency together with the parent/guardian or nominated
    carer only.

    A yearly subscription is payable to cover the general expense of running the club. This payment is
    to be made in cash when requested. Rates are those published at the beginning of each season.


                             Failure to pay upon request will result in
                                     suspension from the Club.


    Players are governed by the rules and regulations of the Westdeutscher Fußballverbund and will
    need a Spielerpaß (except those who play in the G Jugend group).

    It is very important that you declare, to the best of your knowledge, all details requested
    concerning your child’s membership of any other German football club. This is required to ensure
    that both the player/parent and the club do not ‘incorrectly’ apply for a Spielerpass.

    Any queries/problems should in the first instant be taken up with the team coaches so that an
    amicable solution can be found. If further action is required the Club Registration secretary can be
    contacted. matt@prbguterslohfc.de

   PRB Gütersloh FC is for the benefit of children in the Gütersloh Garrison, and run by volunteers.

PRB GÜTERSLOH FC – Players year of birth/group they will play in.

Players year of birth                      PRB Gütersloh FC Team

2006 - 2007                                G Jugend

2004 - 2005                                F Jugend

2002 - 2003                                E Jugend

2000 - 2001                                D Jugend

1998 - 1999                                C Jugend




              MUST BE RETAINED BY THE APPLICANT
As spectators, we will refrain from the booing or yelling at officials at any time
during a game because we are aware that:
     Such behaviour on our part sets a poor example of sportsmanship, especially to the
 children.
     Such behaviour reflects negatively on our community, our team, our players and us.
     Most youth Team officials have limited experience and formal training and do the
 best job they can, given these limitations:
     Most football officials have limited experience, formal training/qualifications and do
 the best job that they can, given these limitations.
     Most football officials make correct calls even though we sometimes see the incident
 otherwise.

If officials do make incorrect decisions during a game. the following circumstances
usually apply:
    The number of 'poor' decisions usually balance out for both teams.
    No one is perfect.
    The officials do not always have the same observation point as spectators.
    An occasional incorrect decision seldom affects the outcome of the game.
    There are more effective channels for correcting poor officiating than verbal abuse
 during the
 match.
    We do not appreciate the difficulty of refereeing until we have done it ourselves!

During a game, we will refrain from yelling at players on either team because we are
aware of the following:
    They are young people, not football professionals, who, due to limited playing
 experience and great enthusiasm, make many mistakes.
    Encouragement and praise should be made in public; constructive criticism is best
 made in private.
    The coach is best placed to analyse and correct deficiencies in football skills. Our
 attempts to be helpful in this respect may only confuse the players.
    The golden rule applies: Treat other players with the courtesy, respect and
 consideration, which we want other supporters to show our own players.

At football games, we will refrain from being argumentative or using abusive language
towards opposing supporters because we are aware of the following:
    Others are judging our actions and words. We will always strive to ensure that the
 result of the judgement is a verdict of sportsmanship.
    We will conduct ourselves in such a courteous and restrained manner that if called
 upon to do so; we could line up after the game and shake hands with the opposing
 supporters in the same way that the players are expected to do after each game.



                             MUST BE RETAINED BY THE APPLICANT
If our team loses, we will demonstrate our ability to cope with the loss in both deed
and word, because we are aware of the following:
In football, as in other aspects of life, it is not always possible to win no matter how
extreme the effort.
When victory eluded us, we must learn to accept it graciously as we do in our triumphs. It
may be just possible that a loss is due to the fact that the opposing team played the game
better than our team.

Our players should learn from our reactions to a loss that:
We feel that they played their best, which just was not good enough on this particular
day. They should hold their heads up high; there is no shame attached to honest effort -
win or lose. There is always something to learn from a loss. There is nothing gained from
brooding; players should be encouraged to put the game behind them and look forward to
the next opportunity to play. Seeking scapegoats, such as 'biased officials', 'poor pitch',
or 'poor performance' by one or two team mates is not a mature or healthy reaction to a
loss.

Whether away from the football field, our words should convey a philosophy which
include:
The real purpose of football competition is to have fun, to be able to participate to
improve skills, to learn sportsmanship, to develop a group loyalty and camaraderie, to learn
to compete within established rules, to accept decisions of authorised officials, and to
develop sound mind and bodies.

Players must/should:
      Play for fun- or it is not worth playing.
      Control their temper [losing it will affect performance].
      Not keep appealing [learn the laws of the game and stick to them].
      Not over react when injured.
      Never argue with the referee [accept the decision and keep your thoughts to
 yourself].
      Not criticise team mates [an encouraging word is more helpful].
      Treat all players and officials with respect.
      Not use foul and abusive language.
      Thank the officials and the opposition after the game [remember that without them
 you have no game].




THANK YOU
PRB Gütersloh FC


                          MUST BE RETAINED BY THE APPLICANT
                                                                                           PRB Gütersloh
    PRB GÜTERSLOH FC REGISTRATION FORM                                                        FC Team
                                                                                          ________________
                       [PLEASE COMPLETE THIS FORM IN BLOCK CAPITALS]
                                                                                                ____

    Player’s details
                         Player’s Full Name

    Date of Birth                                       Birthplace

    Hobbies Other than Football                         Nationality

    Parents’ Names       _____________________________/____________________________________

    Home address                                       Work address

    Home                                               Work [Dad]



                                                       Work [Mum]




    Contact telephone & e-mail details

    Tel [Home]                                         Daytime [Dad]

    E-Mail                                             Daytime [Mum]



    MEDICAL INFORMATION
    PLEASE COMPLETE AND RETURN THE ATTACHED ARMY WELFARE SERVICE
    PARENTAL CONSENT & MEDICAL INFORMATION PROFORMA

    Spielerpaß details
    Has your child played for any other German club before?                  Yes/No
    If so which club? ______________________________________
    Does your child already have a Spielerpaß?           Yes/No Pass number if known_________________
                                                 Parents Consent
o        We have read and understood the code of conduct of PRB Gütersloh Football Club*.
         We agree to abide by the code of conduct and to ensure our child is supervised by an appropriate
         adult (not the coach) at all times whilst taking part in activities organised by PRB Gütersloh FC.
o        We agree for our child’s’ image to appear on the club website/facebook from time to time.
o        We agree not to hold any person involved with PRB Gütersloh liable for any injury or incident that
         may occur whilst our child is involved in the activities of PRB Gütersloh FC.
o        We agree to our child participating in all activities officially recognised by PRB Gütersloh FC.
         *www.prbguterslohfc.de


    Signatures   Dad                             Mum                           Date
PLAYER CONSENT & MEDICAL INFORMATION PROFORMA
1.        Full name of the participant

2.        Participant’s date of birth

3.        Organisation                               PRB GÜTERSLOH FOOTBALL CLUB

4.        Details of the journey/visit/events        ALL PRB GÜTERSLOH FC RECOGNISED ACTIVITIES

          Date [From]                                                      Date
                                                                           [To]          UPON LEAVING CLUB

ctivities described. I acknowledge the need for responsible behaviour on his/her part

5.        Medical Information

Please complete the CONFIDENTIAL Medical Information Proforma overleaf and return it with your consent form.



Declaration: [Parent/Carer’s Name]

I agree to my son/daughter receiving medical treatment, including anaesthetic, as considered necessary by the
medical authorities present. I understand the extent and limitations of the insurance cover provided.

6.      Parent/Carer’s Contact Details
I may be contacted by telephoning the following numbers [Please include ALL military and civil codes]:

Home                                    [Dad] Work                              Mobile
                                        [Mum] Work                              Mobile

My home address is                                            My Unit/Work address [Dad]


                                                              My Unit/Work address [Mum]



If I am not available please contact [This MUST be completed]

Name

Address




Telephone Number




                                          MEDICAL-IN-CONFIDENCE
Full name of the player

IMMUNISATION STATUS

Has you son/daughter received vaccination against Tetanus in the last five years?                                Yes / No

Is your son/daughter receiving medical treatment of any kind?                                         Yes / No

If the answer to either of these questions is Yes, please give specific details below including the required dosage of any medicines
or tablets.




Do you require staff to supervise your son/daughter’s taking of their prescribed medicine?                      Yes / No
                                                                                                         [This must be completed]

Has your son/daughter had/have any of the following:

                                          Yes     No                                                                     Yes     No
Asthma or Bronchitis                                     Allergies to Penicillin or other known drugs
Heart condition                                          Any other allergies
Fits, fainting or blackouts                              Disability
Sever headaches                                          Travel sickness
Diabetes                                                 Haemophilia

If the answer to any of these questions is yes, or your son/daughter suffers from any other medical condition or allergy
please give details below:




Are there any special dietary needs that should be catered for?




I undertake to inform the activity organiser as soon as possible of any change in the medical circumstances
between the date signed and the date of the activity

Signed                                        Name, address & telephone Nº of your Doctor and local
                                              Medical centre
                                              Doctor
Name                                          Medical centre address
            (parent/carer)
                                              Tel Nº (inc full civil code)




                                              MEDICAL-IN-CONFIDENCE
 To Player’s Parent

Spielerpaß applications

FIFA regulations state all Spielerpaß applications, along with an
original birth certificate, need to be supported with the proforma below.

The regulation ensures that a player, under the age of 18 playing in a foreign country, did not
come to the country for purely football reasons. The regulation protects the U-18's and
ensures that all concerned comply with FIFA transfer regulations.

Matthew Irwin
PRB Gütersloh FC
Registration Secretary

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I [player's parent/guardian] do hereby declare that my child

[Name of child]

Is currently resident in Germany for family reasons (in accordance with FIFA
regulation Chapter VI, Article 12 - International transfers for Under 18's).



Parent/Guardian
[NAME IN BLOCK CAPITALS]

Signature

Date

Name of Club Official
[NAME IN BLOCK CAPITALS]                Matthew Irwin

Signature

Date

								
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