Brunswick Zebras Football Club Incorporated is a not-for-profit organisation created under the Associations Incorporation Reform Act 2012.
In line with FFA and FFV requirements Brunswick Zebras FC is a member-based organisation with voting rights for all registered players or their parents if they are juniors.
The club constitution sets out the way the club is to be governed, including its statement of purpose, club membership, the make-up, role and powers of the Committee and the conduct of meetings and elections.
You can check out the details of the constitution by clicking below.
The Club has a number of policies which guide the governance and management of the club.
The Inclusion Policy sets out the club’s commitment to supporting a diversity of membership and engaging with a range of communities.
The club is also bound by FFA’s Member Protection Policy which provides the procedures that support FFA’s commitment to eliminating discrimination, harassment, child abuse and other forms of inappropriate behaviour from Football.
The Member Protection Policy provides codes of conduct and behaviour that form the basis of appropriate and ethical conduct by which everyone must abide.
The Fee Discount Policy sets out the club’s approach to membership fee payments.
We have also updated our Child Safety Policy in January 2020 which can be found here.