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  • Across the Waves Football Club | Senior Players

    Senior Football ATWFC is the largest football club in Bundaberg, currently with 6 senior teams. We have a proud tradition of success, winning trophies both locally and across our region and state. Over the years ATWFC have also competed in and won trophies in the Queensland Cup, XXXX League and CQ League to name some. Currently, we are FQPL Champions League Champions of Queensland, FQPL3 Wide Bay Premiers and FQPL3 Wide Bay U/23 Champions and Premiers. This is your go-to point for all things senior football at Waves. Registration Membership Senior Fees

  • Football | Across the Waves Football Club: Bundaberg's Leading Football Club

    Football Across the Waves FC is the largest football club in the Wide Bay, hosting 6 high-performing senior teams and over 20 junior teams from ages 5 to 17. We have a proud tradition of success, winning trophies both locally and across the state. Currently, our teams compete in the FQPL3 Wide Bay competition. Over the years, Across the Waves FC has also competed in the Queensland State League, Queensland Cup and Brisbane Premier League. Today, the club continues to be one of the most successful clubs in Queensland, hosting a large and passionate supporter-base. The club holds a plethora of prestigious titles including the 2023 Football Queensland Champions League Title (Champions of Queensland), the FQPL3 Wide Bay Premiership, and the FQPL3 Wide Bay U/23 Championship and Premiership. The club also runs its highly-regarded Junior Development Program at no additional cost to its players, for those seeking further development. Our investment into player development has seen the club produce two Socceroos, Joshua Brillante and Mitch Langerak, who have gone on to forge illustrious careers at some of the biggest football clubs in the world. ​ This is your go-to point for all things football at Waves. Play Football Fixtures Junior Development Program Membership Playing Fees Facilities

  • Membership | Across the Waves Football Club: Bundaberg's Leading Football Club

    Membership As part of our affiliation with The Waves Sports Club, there is a requirement that all players over 18 be FULL MEMBERS of The Waves Sports Club and for players under 18, that at least one of their parents or guardians are full members of The Waves Sports Club. Your full membership needs to list the Sub Club as FOOTBALL. The Waves Full Membership Application Form is available from The Waves Sports Club reception. ATWFC has no direct membership fee other than a Full Membership to The Waves Sports Club. ​ "Supporting The Waves means not only supporting our club, it means supporting your entire local community." ​ View the benefits of becoming a member

  • Across the Waves Football Club | Training Grounds

    THE WAVES SPORTS COMPLEX The Waves Sports Complex on Thabeban Street, Bundaberg is the home of Across the Waves Football Club. All training and home games are held at the Complex with games played on Field 1 which is overlooked by the magnificent grand stand and Bar that offer the perfect place to view football. The grounds also have multiple dressing rooms, referees room, storage rooms as well as toilet amenities for use by our members. Overall the Complex hosts Football. Rugby League and Rugby Union fields, cricket training nets, Bocce, two magnificent bowling greens as well as two tennis/netball courts. There are also bar and canteen facilities. Many of the Sub Clubs of The Waves use the main bar and function area throughout the year. Players from very many places have come and played on Field 1 at Thabeban Street and have commented that this field and the facilities are as good as you will find in country Qld and comparible to many Brisbane home grounds. The Waves Sports Club Website

  • Playing Fees | Across the Waves Football Club: Bundaberg's Leading Football Club

    Playing Fees Following is the list of current playing fees for age groups as per the Football Queensland Declaration of Leagues. Note that players should register in their correct age group regardless of the age group they will be playing in (e.g. a player eligible to play U/7s that will be playing in an U/8 team should still register as an U/7. Senior Men $430 Senior Women $430 U/5 $175 U/8 $185 U/11 $195 U/14 $310 U/6 $175 U/9 $185 U/12 $250 U/15 $310 U/17 $330 U/7 $175 U/10 $195 U/13 $285 U/16 $330 HOW TO PAY YOUR FEES Each player needs their own individual email to register through Squadi. All player registration fees must be paid by credit/debit card or direct debit instalment plan during the registration process on Squadi. Fees may be charged by the payment provider (Squadi and/or Stripe) during processing. Please DO NOT use PlayFootball for anything other than finding out your FFA Number – registrations WILL NOT be accepted through PlayFootball. If you have any problems during the registration process please refer to the Squadi FAQ’s.https://footballqueensland.com.au/squadi/squadi-faqs/#regocontact If you are still unable to resolve your query or have any other questions please contact the Registrar, Treasurer or Committee by emailing atwfootballclub@outlook.com . Please note – REGISTRATION FEES CAN NOT BE PAID TO RECEPTION AT THE WAVES SPORTS CLUB AND ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTED BY DEPOSIT TO THE ATWFC GENERAL ACCOUNT.

  • Across the Waves Football Club | Bundaberg's Leading Football Club

    About Us Across the Waves Football Club is the Wide Bay's largest and most successful football club, boasting some of the best facilities in regional Queensland and striving to provide a high-level environment fostered by community, family and success. NEWS Across the Waves FC appoints Committee for 2024 Season Rick Irvine to Lead FQPL Men for 2024-2025 Riki Fulton signs as FQPL Women’s Head Coach for 2024 FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK VIDEOS All Videos All Categories Play Video Play Video 02:07 Across the Waves FC vs Clinton FC - FQPL Champions League Regional Qualifier Leg 1 (2-1) Powered by Twyford Solar & Electrical. #ForzaWaves Play Video Play Video 05:03 Across the Waves FC vs Mackay Lions - Highlights (Australia Cup Rd. 5) POWERED BY TWYFORD SOLAR & ELECTRICAL Play Video Play Video 01:21 FQPL3 Wide Bay Men Rd. 11 Highlights - United Park Eagles (1) - (1) Across the Waves FC Powered by Twyford Solar and Electrical 3/6/23 #ForzaWaves Play Video Play Video 01:38 FQPL3 Wide Bay Men Highlights - Doon Villa FC (0) vs (4) Across the Waves FC (Round 10) Powered by Twyford Solar and Electrical #ForzaWaves

  • Socceroos | Across the Waves Football Club: Bundaberg's Leading Football Club

    Our Socceroos ATWFC's Home-Grown Heroes ATWFC is proud to have been the junior club of some of the biggest names in Socceroos history. Additionally, ATWFC also has several of its alumni playing at some of the biggest A-League and NPL clubs in the nation. Socceroos Cap #564 Joshua Brillante Current Club: Western Sydney Wanderers Junior Clubs: Bundaberg Waves Senior Clubs: Gold Coast United (A-League), Newcastle Jets (A-League), Fiorentina (Serie A - Loans to Empoli and Como), Sydney FC Melbourne City, Xanthi FC, Melbourne Victory, Western Sydney Wanderers A-League Appearances: 300+ Position: Midfield Socceroos Debut: September 8, 2014 -v- Saudi Arabia Socceroos Caps: 5 Socceroos Cap #566 Mitchell Langerak Current Club: Nagoya Grampus Junior Clubs: Tieri Tigers and Bundaberg Waves Senior Clubs: Melbourne Victory (A-League), Borussia Dortmund (German Bundesliga), VtG Stuttgart (German Bundesliga), Levante Senior Appearances: 282 Position: Goalkeeper Socceroos Debut: October 12, 2013 -v- France Socceroos Caps: 8

  • Across the Waves Football Club | 2015 Committee

    Our Committee. Our club would simply not function without the year-round, hard work of our volunteer management committee. ​ Tim Roebuck President ​ Kayne Aslett Vice President ​ Kath Clarke Treasurer ​ Kate Young Secretary ​ Stella Kleidon Committee Member (Registrar) ​ Mandy Ohlbrecht Committee Member (Sponsorships) ​ Demi Giovannoni Committee Member (Apparel) ​ Cher Giovannoni Committee Me m ber ​ Angela Paciocco Committee Member ​ Nicole Croucher Committee Member

  • Terms Of Use | Across the Waves Football Club: Bundaberg's Leading Football Club

    WEBSITE USAGE TERMS TERMS OF USE: These terms and conditions govern your use of this website. By using this website, you accept these terms and conditions in full. If you disagree with these terms and conditions or any part of these terms and conditions, you must not use this website. License to use website: Unless otherwise stated, Across the Waves Football Club and/or its licensors own the intellectual property rights in the website and material on the website. Subject to the license below, all these intellectual property rights are reserved. You must not: · republish material from this website (including republication on another website); · sell, rent or sub-license material from the website; · show any material from the website in public; · reproduce, duplicate, copy or otherwise exploit material on this website for a commercial purpose; · edit or otherwise modify any material on the website; or · redistribute material from this website [except for content specifically and expressly made available for redistribution]. Acceptable use: You must not use this website in any way that causes, or may cause, damage to the website or impairment of the availability or accessibility of the website; or in any way which is unlawful, illegal, fraudulent or harmful, or in connection with any unlawful, illegal, fraudulent or harmful purpose or activity. You must not use this website for any purposes related to marketing without Across the Waves Football Club express written consent. PRIVACY POLICY: Information we Collect: We may collect data relating to the use of our web site, which may include your IP address and other data in the http header, which is provided when your browser communicates with our servers. Other information maybe gathered in part by the use of cookies, which are small files placed on your computer which identify you as a unique user. Some pages on this site request information should you wish to contact us to make an inquiry. Use of Personal Information: Any personal information received by us or provided by you will be treated in accordance with the Australian Privacy Principles.If we collect data, we use the data collected to improve our web site and to identify your preference in using our services. We also collect information when you fill out inquiries on our web site, which includes the information that you provide us. This may include your name, the company you may work for, your email address, your postal or residential address, your telephone number and fax number. We collect this information so that we may contact you or your company. Your information will not be disclosed or sold to any third party. Sometimes we are required or authorised by law to disclose your personal information. By using this web site you consent to our collection of and the usage of the information we collect to improve this web site and the service we provide to you, if any.You can contact us at any time to access and update your personal information or tell us that the personal information we hold about you is inaccurate or incomplete. We take reasonable precautions to safeguard your personal information from loss, misuse, unauthorised access, modification or disclosure. Some of the methods we use to protect your personal information are:· Personal Information is held in our internal on site secure servers· We restrict physical access to Personal Information· We ensure our technology and software platforms is tested and maintained to prevent unauthorised accessYou may request access to any of your Personal Information we hold. Cookies: This web site may use cookies however you may disable cookies in some instances and continue to use the web site.If you do not consent to the foregoing terms please do not use our web site. Analytics information: We may directly collect analytics data, or use third-party analytics tools and services, to help us measure traffic and usage trends for the Service. These tools collect information sent by your browser or mobile device, including the pages you visit and other information that assists us in improving the Service. We collect and use this analytics information in aggregate form such that it cannot reasonably be manipulated to identify any particular individual user. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY: Limitations of liability: Across the Waves Football Club will not be liable to you (whether under the law of contact, the law of torts or otherwise) in relation to the contents of, or use of, or otherwise in connection with, this website: · to the extent that the website is provided free-of-charge, for any direct loss; · for any indirect, special or consequential loss; or · for any business losses, loss of revenue, income, profits or anticipated savings, loss of contracts or business relationships, loss of reputation or goodwill, or loss or corruption of information or data These limitations of liability apply even if Across the Waves Football Club has been expressly advised of the potential loss. Indemnity: You hereby indemnify Across the Waves Football Club and undertake to keep Across the Waves Football Club indemnified against any losses, damages, costs, liabilities and expenses (including without limitation legal expenses and any amounts paid by Across the Waves Football Club to a third party in settlement of a claim or dispute on the advice of our legal advisers) incurred or suffered by Across the Waves Football Club arising out of any breach by you of any provision of these terms and conditions, or arising out of any claim that you have breached any provision of these terms and conditions.

  • Across the Waves Football Club | History

    Our History The History of ATWFC Established in 1958, Across the Waves Football Club has a long and proud tradition of football excellence in Bundaberg. The original club was solely utilised for social gatherings around bocce and soccer by early immigrant Italian farmers of Bundaberg and was so named 'Across The Waves', for that was how they travelled to Australia aboard the Angelina Lauro - across the waves of the Indian Ocean. As one of the foundation sub clubs of The Waves Sports Club, our football club has long been an icon and leader of football in Bundaberg. From strength to strength the club has gone - from the summit of the state league to the first ever regional finalists of the FQPL Champions League. Today, ATWFC is the largest and most successful football club in our region and perhaps regional Queensland. 1/2

  • Across the Waves Football Club | Junior Development

    JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM Across the Waves Football Club prides itself on offering the best opportunities for junior footballers to improve at the game. There will be some footballers that go on to higher honours (such as our two Socceroos Josh Brillante and Mitch Langerak) but for most it is about improving individual skills and growing an enjoyment for the game. This is the core reason that ATWFC invests time and resources into offering a free Junior Development program for our junior players. Currently, the program is lead by our Head of Junior Development, Fiona Stevensen. Fiona is an accredited coach with vast experience in curriculum football and has a unique way of getting the best from junior footballers. With a great knowledge of modern football concepts and what is required to improve as a footballer, Fiona continues to gain improvement from all junior footballers that attend the program. Like our Facebook Page for updates about the program and information about registering.

  • Across the Waves Football Club | Accreditation

    National Clubs Accreditation Scheme - Level 1 Level 1 is awarded to clubs who apply for accreditation and meet or exceed the standards set by Football Federation Australia. Standards required cover such items as percentage of accredited coaches, percentage of female coaches, compliance with FFA statutes and regulations, display and adherence to FFA Codes of Conduct, adherence to Child Protection legislation, First Aid adherence and use of FFA Respect campaign. Across the Waves Football Club achieved Level 1 accreditation in the 2014 football season.

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