Club fees and subscriptions
Club fees for the 2018/19 season are:
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League registered players are committed to playing league matches every Sunday throughout the season. The fee includes,league registration fee, insurance, training facilities and equipment, pitch hire fees, referee fees and a small donation to the running of the club.
Colts members (Reception and Y1) may attend training on a Saturday morning but are not registered to play competitive league matches. The fee includes: insurance, training facilities hire and all equipment, pitch hire fees and a small donation to the running of the club.
Training only members may attend training on a Saturday morning (or mid week) as defined by their age group but are not registered to play competitive league matches. The fee includes: insurance, training facilities hire and all equipment, pitch hire fees and a small donation to the running of the club.
Club strips will be provided by team managers for match purposes. Strips remain the property of the club and must be returned to the manager at the end of the season if requested.
New members wishing to join part way through the season should use the contact form on the site and a member of the club will contact you to discuss fees.
The club offers a discount to any families with 3 members, whereby the 3rd child pays no subscription fee.
GIFT AID: Lindfield FC Juniors has registered under the Inland Revenue's Community Amateur Sports Club Scheme (CASC). One of the benefits of this registration to the Club is that individuals who are UK tax payers can make gifts to CASCs using Gift Aid in the same way as they can make gifts to charities. This will provide a significant increase to the level of income for the Club and therefore this income will be available for the future benefit of all members. However, such Gift Aid is only available for gifts to CASCs and not for other payments such as membership subscriptions. Therefore, it has been agreed by the Committee that the amounts payable by members are membership only. Any additional payments may be treated as donations and Gift Aid claimed as appropriate.
It should also be noted that if the donor pays tax at the higher rate they can claim additional relief in their Self Assessment return.