Subiaco Basketball Club is an
affiliated basketball club with the
Perry Lakes Hawks Association.

Fees & Charges for 2021

Player Registration Fee  $135                         Plus $150 Hawks Membership Fee. Details below
Miniball  $60
Basketball Western Australia (BWA)  $30

To provide a benefit for all our Subi players and families, we have reduced the player registration fee to $135 (from $150 in previous years). Subiaco Club fees go towards team registration, player registration and insurance, training court hire, Coaches development, equipment, uniforms and player awards.

The Hawks Membership fee is a continuation from previous years, and includes the weekly stadium entrance fee, previously $7 per player per game. This simplified entry to the stadium for everyone and was very positively received, so the decision has been made to continue with this approach.

Kidsport Voucher Holders please contact the club registrar : registrar@subiacobbc.com.au regarding your registration process.

Latest News

Registration for New Members

Registrations for new members has closed for the 2022 season  

Registrations for 2022

Registrations for existing 2021 Subiaco teams for the 2022 season will open Wed 12th Jan – Tues 25th Jan 2021. An email will be sent to existing managers and coaches at this time.

Registration for U8’s

Registration for U8’s will open Wed 26th Jan – Tues 8th Feb 2022    

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Notice Board

Registration for New Members

Registrations for new members has closed for the 2022 season  

Registration for U8’s

Registration for U8’s will open Wed 26th Jan – Tues 8th Feb 2022    

Need to know something throughout the year

If you would like to know something during the season please email communications@subiacobbc.com.au and one of our volunteers will get back to you.

Coaching Clinics

Please click Information and Coaching Resources to read and register for Coaching Clinics https://subiacobbc.com.au/information/coaching-resources/  

Need a fill in player?

With school and sports camps, injuries and illnesses during the winter season, some times teams are short of players.