Step 1: Online Registration

FFV Players (State Teams, Metro Teams & Masters)
Register for a FFV team at MyFootballClubA step by step guide can be found here.

VicSoccer Teams (Premier League & Division 1)
Online Registration consists of filling out the following online form here.
Note, this is the club’s Expression Of Interest form. If you already filled it out in pre-season there is no need to do it again.

By paying your 2018 registration fees you agree to the MUSC Code of Conduct, viewable here.

Important: International Clearance
If you last played for a registered football club (not including school/social) overseas you need international clearance before you are allowed to play. When doing self-registration online you MUST tick yes when asked if you last played football overseas. This process can take up to 30 days and can only start after this is selected. 

Note you will also required to accept to the clubs Term’s and Conditions on a club iPad before the season starts (more information will be provided to registered players).


Step 2: Registration Payment

Fees must be paid before the season starts to ensure you are fully registered and available for Round 1. MUSC has a strict ‘No pay, No play’ policy. 

By paying your registration fees you agree to the MUSC Code of Conduct, viewable here.

Once selected, you can pay via EFT using the below Netbank details. Please remember to include your full name in the transaction description, and a screenshot or receipt of payment to so we will be able to link the transaction to your registration. 

Account Name: Melbourne University Soccer Club
BSB: 063-238
Account Number: 1007 2408
Bank: CBA

Alternatively cash payments in full can be made to the club Treasurer.
Please note, if you are registering under a Student packages you will be required to provide supporting information about your course.

Eligible Melbourne Uni Students


(Goalkeepers 50%)

Eligible Non-Melbourne University Students


(Goalkeepers 50%)



(Goalkeepers 50%)

Registration Deposit

MUSC requires prospective players to pay a deposit towards their registration fee after attending 4 pre-season training sessions. If you register with MUSC for the current season, the amount paid will come off your registration fee.

Why does this Policy exist? MUSC is the largest senior soccer club in the state. The cost of coaches, equipment and venue hire to run pre-season training is significant. This policy is designed to cover the cost for those who benefit from pre-season training with MUSC but then choose not to play for the club.