Over 35s Men

2018 Season

Players who turn 35 in 2018 or older are eligible to play in the Over 35s.

The first round of the season will be Friday 16th of March with two rounds being played, then there will be a break for Easter. The season will consist of eighteen rounds followed by three weeks of finals. The Grand Final will be played mid September.

All games are played on Friday nights with our home games being played at Kinsellas Sporting Complex or Aurora Park. The managers of the teams are in the process of organising some pre season friendlies.

Registration is now open and there is still places available. The teams will commence training in the coming weeks. Location and time to be confirmed.

The teams play in a social competition (run by Mitchelton Football Club) with modified rules including unlimited interchange.

Registration Fees: $300 for the season which includes a Club senior polo shirt for wearing to the games.

There are no additional fees during the season. 

First Season Game: 16th March 2018

Players are required to wear navy blue shorts and socks. The club provides playing strips, balls and training equipment.

The Over 35s coordinator for 2018 is Matthew Churchill. Click here to email Matthew

Competition Details

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The Lakes FC fields teams in the Mitchelton football club over 35s competition. This competition is graded and in 2017 had grades from Division 1 through to Division 5. The Lakes FC played in Divisions 3 and 4.

This is a social competition with modified rules. Games are played on full sized pitches with 11 players (including goal keeper) per team.

Games consist of 2 x 40 minute halves, with a 10 minute break between halves.  A referee is appointed to control each game (no assistant referees are used) and referee’s fees form part of individual’s registration fees. 

There are no slide tackles and players may be shown a blue card which means that they are required to leave the field for 10 minutes in the sin bin. Players in the sin bin cannot be replaced (so the team plays with one fewer players). A blue card counts as a yellow and if a player is shown a blue and then a yellow card (or two blue cards) then the player is shown a red card and is sent off.

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