Cuala’s membership year runs from Jan to Dec. Annual Subscriptions fall due on 1 Jan.
Payment can only be made on-line using our payment partner, ClubForce.
Payment of Subscriptions is subject to:
Players cannot be registered with the National Governing Associations (GAA, Ladies Football, Camogie) until their subscriptions are paid. Unregistered members are not covered by “Player Injury Schemes” and Cuala will not allow them to coach, train with or play for the club.
Members are responsible for entering and maintaining their own details correctly and completely. Of particular importance is the need to provide accurate details in relation to the Player Injury Scheme –
especially Date of Birth and that the member is registered under the correct subscription type.
Subscription Rates 2023
At the Club AGM in December 2022, members voted to maintain the 2022 rates – see link below for rates.
Payment of Subscription in Instalments
Subscription payment for new and renewing members can, initially, be made in five instalments; In January 2023 the number of permitted instalments for renewing and new members will reduce to 4. Further reductions in instalments for new and renewing members will occur in February and March.
The AGM motion, approved at the 2019 Club AGM will continue unchanged into 2023. The club will continue to collect development levies ranging in value from €10, €30 or €50 – depending on subscription type – at the time of member joining or renewing membership.
All funds collected from the development levy in 2022 are ring-fenced for development purposes only and were not used for day to day expenditure or any other purpose. This policy will, again, be applied in
2023. A lot of work and significant progress was made during 2022 to build on the work completed since 2019. Our proposed new Clubhouse has been granted section 8 status and planning permission.
Fundraising activities were, necessarily, curtailed in 2020 and 2021 but the club has already raised substantial funds since launching the fundraising campaign. We continue to explore other funding
opportunities and would welcome any suggestions and support that our members could provide.
Parents of children who wish to play either Social sports (Cuala for Mothers & Others / Hurling for Dads) ,or train and play for the senior football, camogie or hurling teams can be included in Family membership as players. All other players availing of Family membership must be in full
time education. Players born in or prior to 2003 can be included providing that player is in full time education at the time of registration.
Members availing of Student Rates (whether Individually or as part of a Family Subscription) must
be a full-time student in full-time education.
Juvenile Subscription Rates
Available to those born between 1/1/2004 and 31/12/2012. An accompanying Adult (Parent, Grandparent, Guardian etc) is registered at no additional charge and automatically becomes a Social Member of Cuala.
Academy Subscription Rates
Available to those born between 1/1/2013 and 31/12/2017. Children born earlier should contact the Academy in Cuala to discuss joining the Academy. Accompanying Adult (Parent or Guardian etc) is registered for free and automatically becomes a Social Member of Cuala
WHERE DOES MY SUBSCRIPTION GO?
The Annual Subscription is used to contribute towards a wide range of services and activities on and off the field. Player Subscriptions on their own do not cover the full operational costs. We rely on non-playing Members, Fundraisers and Sponsorship to make up the difference.
Money tendered by anyone who is not already a member of the club will be accepted and treated as a donation – pending their Application for Membership being processed. On admission as a Member, any sums previously paid will be credited against Annual Subscription due.
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