ITCs for Minors


What is the age of a Minor?
A player aged 10 to 18 years (Minor) seeking to register to play football in Australia at any level 


Why do Minors require an ITC?
The FIFA Regulations also apply to any Minor who is a foreign national (including refugees) seeking to register in Australia, irrespective of whether they were registered to play football in their previous country or not. The FIFA Regulations also capture any Australian Minors who are returning to Australia after having played abroad. Any such Minor seeking to register to play football will need to complete a Minor ITC Application. 


What if we have not played over seas and have migrated over to Australia?

The FIFA Regulations also apply to any Minor who is a foreign national (including refugees) seeking to register in Australia, irrespective of whether they were registered to play football in their previous country or not.

Where a Minor was born in a country other than Australia and is registering to play football for the first time, the international clearance process will still need to be carried out. 


What age of minors DO NOT require an ITC?

Children aged under 10 do not require an ITC. 


My child is an amateur, do they still require an ITC?

An individual player’s footballing ability or nationality has no bearing on the ITC process.


Whats NEXT?

To avoid delays, please ensure that: (a) only Member Federations send the Minor ITC Application Form and supporting documents to FFA; and (b) the supporting documents provided are in accordance with the relevant enclosed checklists 


Waiting on a request?
Please contact itc@ffa.com.au directly for further information regarding ITC's or your request.