The FFA National Insurance Programme website is provided so that players and club administrators throughout Australia may have immediate access to the policy benefits and procedures of the insurance programme.
FFA, Gow-Gates and Sportscover remain committed to providing the football community with a first-class Sports Insurance Programme whilst maintaining the affordability of registration.
Whilst the plan provides basic levels of cover for players and others participating in Football, it is not all encompassing (this is necessary to keep the cost of insurance affordable for players) and does not seek to replace the need for private health and other insurances.
FFA encourages all players and officials to take out their own private health insurance, life insurance and ‘Top Up’ coverage over and above the coverage provided under this plan.
Click here for more information about the insurance programme.
The steps for reporting and making an insurance claim for an injury are as follows:
1. Club Representative:
Complete an Injury Report (Form 10) on behalf of person who sustained the injury (must be within seven days of the injury) and send this form to the Office Administrator of WACFA.
2. Injured Person:
Submit all claimable accounts to Medicare such as x-rays, ultrasound etc, and Private Health Fund for claims such as physio, dental etc.
3. Club Representative:
If requested, send injured person a copy of the full claim form (issued by insurance company).
4. Club Representative:
Complete the Sports Cover Claim Form in conjunction with the injured person and medical practitioners and forward this to Insurance Company (address details provided on the form) within 30 days of the injury. (also provide a copy to WACFA admin)
5. Injured Person:
Continue your treatment and forward ORIGINAL itemized accounts and receipts to Insurance Company when available.