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Metropolitan

2014 NPL Rules of Competition - Updated 4 March

2014 Rules of Competition - Updated 20 February 2014

2014 Rules of Competition MSL Regulations -  Updated 20 February 2014

2014 Rules of Competition & WPL and WSL Regulations -  Updated 20 February 2014

2014 Rules of Competitions & Metropolitan and Metropolitan Masters Regulations -  Updated 20 February 2014

2014 Rules of Competition & Junior Regulations - Updated 20 February 2014

2014 Rules of Competition Summary of Changes - Updated 20 February 2014

Geelong

2014 FFV Geelong Rules of Competition - Updated 14 August

2014 FFV Geelong Rules of Competition Summary of Changes - Updated 5 March

Sunraysia

2014 Sunraysia Rules of Competition - amended 20 August 2014

  

Match Lighting

FFV Lighting Policy and Requirements Season 2014 - Updated 20 February 2014

FFV Lighting Audit Report - Season 2014 - (PDF version) Updated 20 February 2014

FFV Lighting Audit Report - Season 2014 - (Word version) Updated 20 February 2014
 

FAQ

Why is a certain rule/policy the way it is?

In a general sense our regulations must be consistent with the broader guidelines and regulations of FIFA and the FFA. Further, they must be compliant with State and Federal law. We also have a lot of different stakeholders to consider; changing a rule to benefit clubs for example may prove detrimental to the freedoms of players.

Ultimately all of our regulations have to be both fair and practical. This means that they are always carefully considered and reviewed annually.

Can you make an exception to a rule for me on this occasion?

Our regulations outline our ability to grant exemptions; for some rules under certain circumstances it is possible - if so, this will be outlined in the relevant regulations.

If we are unable to provide an exemption then it will either be because it is not within our authority to do so, or because doing so would jeapordise the integrity of our competitions.

What is the best way for me to leave feedback/suggestions for certain rules?

The best way to leave feedback is via email so that we have a written record to which we can refer. Feedback can be sent to feedback@footballfedvic.com.au, or directly to the relevant department.

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