Annual General Meeting

Club AGMs are an important task of any club, especially if your club is 'incorporated'.

The requirements for when to hold your club's AGM should be noted in your club's constitution and will also include additional information as to who can vote and how many are required to attend.

The purpose of an AGM is to:

  • Comply with legislative requirements

  • Present the financial accounts to the members

  • Report to the members on the activities of the club

  • Ensure Committee rotation happens in an orderly manner

  • Consider and vote on rule changes and recommendations

  • Consider any other topics as required by the club rules

  • Appointment of an auditor (if required)

  • Provide the members with an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback to the Committee

AU Sport asks that clubs forward their Annual Report and AGM Minutes to as well as the contact details for the new Committee.