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Club Affiliation

AUSF conducts an affilation renewal process leading into each membership year (1 January - 31 December)  All clubs are required to complete and return their affiliation to receive access to AUSF products and services. Clubs not affiliated by the due date annually will be unable to access the AUSF CRM (revolutioniseSPORT) for membership sign-ups/renewals, event management, etc., or receive insurance coverage until complete. These documents are available for download at the end of this page.


Club Development Templates

Perform well off the field with these templates and resources, created by AUSF to support clubs in meeting their affiliation requirements and ensure good governance.

Questions? Reach out any time to our team via email here.


Annual Report template   

AGM Agenda template   

AGM Minutes template   


Invoice template   

Budget spreadsheet    


External Resources

AUSF recommends the following organisations for support in specific areas of club development:

Organisation & link Detail

Australian Sports Commission

Game Plan


Game Plan is a free online platform that allows sporting clubs of all sizes to get insights into their current capability in key areas of club administration, then supports ongoing club development with a suite of tools.

Play by the Rules

Inclusion & Diversity


It's important that sports and recreation organisations reflect the diversity of the communities in which they operate, and have practices in place to help them achieve their inclusion goals. This website provides a good understanding of what inclusion and diversity are, and what you can do to achieve best practices through using the 7 Pillars of Inclusion framework and accessing some practical resources, tools, and videos.

UniSport Australia

Club Toolkit


UniSport's Club Toolkit provides university sports clubs with a suite of templates and resources that they can adapt and use as their own.

Office for Recreation, Sport & Racing

Club of the Future


The Club of the Future guide addresses the key trends and issues outlined in the Game On - the Office for Recreation and Sport's Strategy and will guide South Australian clubs to adapt to current and future needs to ensure they continue to thrive. The Club of the Future guide will support clubs to explore innovative ways to deliver quality experiences, share resources, services, and facilities, increase affordability and promote contemporary approaches to volunteering. This will assist clubs to adapt to the needs of current and future generations.

SA Sports Medicine Association 

Sport & Activity COVID Guidelines


SASMA has identified the need for specific sport and activity COVID-Safe information to support physical activity and well-being across the community. Two focus areas include returning to sport and activity post-COVID and how to support a safe COVID environment at your club, school, activity area, etc. The Sport and Activity COVID Guideline accompanied by the communication material, Expert Panel Forum, and Information line will advise and assist the community across the State whether this be for training, recreation, fitness, or competition.

Consumer & Business Services

Incorporated Associations


A requirement of AUSF affiliation, clubs must incorporate and set up a legal identity separate from its members. Use this website to check your incorporation details, request documentation or access additional support with regard to running an incorporated association.

Sports Community

Training & resources for Sports Clubs


Sports Community provides the resources, training, and knowledge to volunteers and clubs on how to make their roles easier.


AUSF Compliance

Membership Data Spreadsheet


This spreadsheet is for clubs not currently using the AUSF CRM (revolutioniseSPORT). Membership data must be provided by the end of each calendar month unless otherwise specified by AUSF. Please send your completed spreadsheet to sports@adelaide.edu.au

Working with Children Checks


Anyone in a prescribed position (an individual filling the role of coach, officials, committee members, team managers, and volunteers) supporting those under the age of 18, must agree and consent to obtain a current Department of Human Services (DHS), formally known as a DCSI, Child-related employment screening/Working with Children Check. To receive a free WWCC, please complete this form and AUSF will start your application.

AUSF Online Club Induction


The AUSF Online Club Induction is mandatory for office bearers and covers all you need to know about the association, and how to access our products and services. There are 7 modules.

2024 Affiliation Agreement


This agreement explains the what, how, and why of your partnership with AUSF

2024 Club Service Commitment


This document outlines the working relationship between AUSF and your club, in particular your committee.