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We are currently waiting advice from Office of Sport and NSW Football as to restrictions for training and game day changes


We will advise as soon as possible once we have the guidelines and reviewed and made changes 










Registrations are now open for players, coaches, managers and volunteers.

Visit service now website for details and info about the Active Kids $100 voucher program to get $100 discount

Players, Coaches, Managers and Volunteers from 2020 Use this link to register for Cobras Soccer Club on Play Football Website (If you already have a playfootball account ) 


New Players not played in 2020 use this link to register for Campbelltown Cobras on Play Football Website



If you need assistance in how to register there are some videos


Video for returning players (How to re-Register in 2021 if you HAVE registered before on PlayFootball (already HAVE a Football Account) 





Video for how to register New Player (How to Register if you have NOT registered before on PlayFootball (you do NOT have a Football Account yet) 








Please be aware that as of the 2018 season and beyond Football NSW are enforcing that all Junior Coaches & Managers must supply a valid and current Working with Children Check. We will not be able to nominate a team between the ages of u/6 to u/18s without the check being supplied to the club. The check is FREE for volunteers so please complete the application ASAP to avoid hassels in team registration for the club.

Apply online FREE of charge at: www.kidsguardian.nsw.gov.au




Using Active Kids for Soccer Registration

What is Active Kids?

  • The NSW Government will provide 1 x $100 discount voucher
  • For every school enrolled child to reduce registration cost
    • You are responsible for getting and providing your voucher
    • Bring Cobras before you register your child at your sporting club

Who is eligible to claim the Voucher?

  • Every school age child (4.5 – 18 years’ old)
  • Must be enrolled in school from Kindy to Year 12
  • includes those who are home-schooled or high school education at TAFE NSW

How do you download a voucher?


  • From January 2021 download a voucher from http://service.nsw.gov.au/
  • Log into your MyService NSW Account
  • Complete the ACTIVE KIDS APPLICATION for each
  • child.                                                                                   
  • You will receive a voucher with a unique ID number for each child.
  • These vouchers will be available for download, print or email.
  • Use these vouchers for online registration from 1st February
  • If no access to internet, go to My Service centre at Gregory Hills to complete




  • Cannot Split Voucher Amount.
  • They are a 1 use only for registration at 1 sporting Code                                        
  • Registration system will recognise if unique code has already been used                                             
  • No Valid Voucher – You will pay full registration cost before playing


 Please go to following websites for more info






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Registrations - 2021

 Registrations 2021 Fees as follows

Children with Valid Active Kids Codes will receive a $100 discount for rego



PRICE 2021















Please Note: Due to the Active Kids Discount, There will no longer be a Family discount given


All registrations require 100% of the registration fee at time of registration to be eligible for play and team allocation


All Credit Card transactions incur a 2% surcharge fee

(i.e. if you pay $100 by Credit Card the charge will be $102)

All EFTPOS transactions do not incur additional fees

(i.e. those when you select CHQ or SAV are FREE of additional fees)

You can pay your registration fees via internet banking, just click HERE for details - DON'T FORGET to put the players surname in the message section of the deposit so we know whose fee has been paid







The AGM is where committee and our public members meet together to close the 2020 season and discuss the upcoming 2021 season projects. Its also where new committee members are elected.


Returning committee members please let me know if you are nominating for your role again or a different one by the 9th November 2020


As per our constitution all below roles will be vacated during AGM


If you would like to join our committee in 2021 or curious about it feel free to reach out. All roles except the 4 executive roles are 1 year term only. If any of the roles below interest you we are taking nominations now.


In 2021 roles open for nominations are:


  • Treasurer (Executive 2 year commitment until 2023)
  • Vice President (Executive 2 year commitment until 2023)
  • Registrar (Can be multiple people, Assist people with registering and team availability and team assignments role is required from January to June)
  • Competition secretary ( Match cards, scores and forfeits or game change notifications communications)
  • Canteen Co-Ordinator ( Can be multiple people assist with ordering, arranging and weekend support assigning and rostering)
  • Equipment Officer ( Arranging Players Kits/ Balls cones etc for teams and liasing with suppliers to get quotes and order equipment)
  • Groundsman (Line Marking fields and liasing with council maintenance requirements)
  • MPIO (Member Protection Officer) Person people can go to with sensitive conversations and as a liason NOTE: There is a compulsory course to be completed for this role
  • Female Liason Officer ( Female nomination required as a person to be a liason for female players )
  • Website & Publicity Officer ( Manage facebook posts and communications and the website)
  • Fundraising & Sponsorship Officer
  • General Committee (General committee are people who are called upon for their input and assist when events occur or extra bodies needed for things like presentation days etc or when other committee are unavailable)













Rebecca Jones 

Secretary Cobras Soccer Club 







The MFA continues to work closely with Local Clubs,Football NSW and relevant Government agencies to ensure that football is operating in accordance with the NSW Government’s Public Health Orders and recommendations.
  • Avoid carpools or travel with people from different household groups where possible;
  • Only 1 parent/guardian is to accompany players aged under 18 years to junior/youth football. Avoid bringing anyone who is elderly or may be at high or increased risk of illness;
  • Wash and/or sanitize hands before and after attending all training and games;
  • Players arrive dressed and ready to train or play;
  • Do not use changerooms;
  • Comply with the 1.5m social distancing rule;
  • No shaking hands, team huddles, high fives, or hugging other players, match officials, team officials or spectators;
  • No player walkouts prior to matches;
  • Do not share drink bottles;
  • Do not share containers of food, including oranges. Players should bring their own food and snacks;
  • Do not attend football if you have flu like symptoms or are feeling unwell;
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes;
  • Players and spectators must not socialize or assemble in groups before, during or after football;
  • Once training and games are finished depart the venue as soon as possible;
  • Get tested for COVID-19 if you feel unwell or develop cold or flu like symptoms;
Compliance with these protocols, including social distancing 1.5 metres, good hygiene practices, limiting the number of adults present, not shaking hands and not attending if you are feeling unwell is what is effective in minimising the risk of community transmission.
We ask that the Macarthur Football Family continue to adhere to the protocols that have been put in place to keep you safe.


Compliance with these protocols, including social distancing 1.5 metres, good hygiene practices, limiting the number of adults present, not shaking hands and not attending if you are feeling unwell is what is effective in minimising the risk of community transmission.


We ask that the Macarthur Football Family continue to adhere to the protocols that have been put in place to keep you safe.


Responding to Covid-19 in Football as of 16th July 2020

Football NSW is not in a position to provide medical advice. The following is for guidance only as the advice of health authorities can vary depending on individual circumstances.

For immediate advice:

Individuals call the National Coronavirus Health line on 1800 020 080

Clubs call Service NSW Covid-19 Helpline on 13 77 88

Or refer to Health Direct Coronavirus website and NSW Health Coronavirus Self Isolation Guidelines & Information


For someone feeling unwell


If a club is advised that a player may have come into close contact with a case of Covid-19

  • The player must self isolate immediately
  • The player must call the Coronavirus Health line on 1800 020 080
  • The player must get tested for Covid-19
  • The player must follow the advice of health authorities


If a club is advised that a player is being tested for Covid-19

  • The team does not need to self isolate
  • Team members must monitor themselves for symptoms for 14 days
  • If a player feels unwell or develops symptoms, they must self isolate and get tested


If a player tests positive or a club is advised of a confirmed case of Covid-19

  • Immediately follow the advice of health authorities
  • Notify Football NSW
  • Consult with Service NSW Covid-19 Helpline on 13 77 88 (available 24 hours, 7 days)
  • The person with Covid-19 will be advised by health authorities to immediately self isolate
  • NSW Health will undertake contact tracing to determine who has been in close contact or casual contact with the positive case.
  • The advice given by NSW Health to the club and individuals may vary depending on the results of the contact tracing.
  • Persons who have tested positive should only return to sport following NSW Health advice or a clearance.

Refer: NSW Health self isolation guidelines

  • Follow the advice of health authorities at all times


Close Contact

A close contact is someone who has been face to face for at least 15 minutes, or been in the same closed space for at least 2 hours, as someone who has tested positive for the COVID-19 when that person was infectious.

If you are a close contact of a person with confirmed COVID-19 infection in Australia, you need to be isolated for 14 days after you last saw that person. Home isolation applies to all close contacts, even if you are well. It is important to monitor your health and report any symptoms as early as possible.

Refer to:


Casual Contact

A casual contact is defined as someone who has had face-to-face contact for less than 15 minutes cumulative over the course of a week, or been in the same closed space for less than 2 hours, with a person with a COVID-19 infection while they were infectious. This may include healthcare workers, other patients, or visitors who were in the same closed healthcare space as a case, but for shorter periods than those required for a close contact. Other closed settings might include schools or offices.

If you are a casual contact, you do not need to self-isolate unless you have symptoms (although the close contact does). You should monitor for symptoms for 14 days after your last casual contact with the person with COVID-19. Refer to Casual Contacts Factsheet.


Further Information





1ST JULY 2020


The Cobras Executive Committee has reviewed the Phase 1 Return to training guidelines provided by Football Australia and Office of Sport

We have been given council approval for our plan to resume training from June 1st 2020 under these guidelines 

Phase 1 requires all clubs, players, volunteers and parents adhere to the guidelines for training to resume safely with social distancing the key factor. They key points are

What is allowed in Phase 1

  • Training to be conducted in small groups (no more than 9 players and 1 Coach per quarter of adult field ).
  • Social distancing of 1.5m between players.
  • Spacing so that there is no more than 1 person per 4m².
  • Non-contact skill training drills - passing, shooting, headers.
  • Some sharing of sporting equipment already allocated to team ( Balls & Cones)
  • Maintain reasonable levels of hygiene to minimise the risk of infection
  • Parents and Siblings are to remain in car or outside fence lines
  • Toilets open
  • All Players to have own drink bottle labelled with NAME

What is NOT allowed in Phase 1

  • Contact to Contact playing such as tackling
  • Activities Involving more then 10 people
  • Spectators/Parents or Siblings at the Park on the field ( must stay In car or outside fence line)
  • No Facilities Open ( Canteen/Change rooms or sheds)
  • No using borrowed equipment from club ( goals/agility poles)
  • If a player is sick do NOT come to training 

To allow for this distancing we as a committee will be introducing 

  • Allocate field space to each team (attached Map)
  • Allocate training times on each field (Attached times) 
  • 15 minute break in between for a team to leave before next team arrives
  • Utilising Both Riley and Hurley Park for training
  • Complete Attendance record for training for each team
  • COVID Person for communication - Peter Ellington 

Under these changes no team or player is being forced to return to training.

If people feel it is too difficult as a team to return under these guidelines or a parent is not comfortable returning at this stage you do not have to return to training.

If you will not be attending training you must tell the coach though so they can plan accordingly 

Coaches will be responsible for telling players if they are in GROUP A OR B for their team as per the map.
Players are to go straight to their area so make sure your kids know where to go 
Players are not to meet and huddle as a whole team at the beginning or end of training or in between . They are split to meet the guidelines please adhere to it 
If people are not adhering to the guidelines we will close training for the whole club. We are only allowed to resume based off our map and training schedule and that people will adhere to it 
Thanks all and welcome back 









Coaches & Managers
you MUST advise the club secretary of all send offs by Sunday night. Click HERE for details


Grounds, Training schedules, Game times
click HERE for Ground Locations
click HERE for Training schedules

click HERE for Game times & Locations








Social distancing in place






 please call the Wet Weather line for the latest info

0404 825 258

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Requirements in NSW making changes to smoking laws affecting public places.

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