SIGN-ON: A City player takes the ball for a run against Stanthorpe International in August 2016.
SIGN-ON: A City player takes the ball for a run against Stanthorpe International in August 2016. Liana Turner

City FC to host sign-on this weekend

STANTHORPE City Football Club will hold a sign-on day this Saturday.

The sign-on will be held at CF White Oval from 12-2pm.

Club secretary Madalene Biddulph said while registrations are now online, members would be there on the day to help players sign up.

She said it was a great opportunity for previous or new players to connect with City FC.

"If you've been at the club before and you want to come back you can come and sign up,” she said.

"Or if you're new and you want more information you can come along and learn more about the club.”

Biddulph said City was a fun, family-friendly club to be involved with.

"It's just a friendly, family-oriented club,” she said.

The club has vacancies in most age groups, from Under-6s to senior ladies and men's. For more information about registrations contact Louise Duell at loudell@gmail.com or Tara Sweeney at tarajadesweeney@outlook.com.

The club can also be contacted at stanthorpecityfc1@gmail.com.

Registrations are now open and players can register online at myfootballclub.com.au.

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