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If I am a member of the AFT/AFS are all Officials levies covered by my AFT/AFS quarterly fees.
No, there is no guarantee that all of these costs will be covered. It is impossible to predict what these costs will be in advance and also the grants and subsidies the AFF obtains towards these costs vary from year to year. All of the money collected through AFT/AFS fees for coach/officials travel costs is used for this but there may be a shortfall for AFT/AFS members. Non-AFT/AFS members of Australian Teams are required to pay a full share of officials travel costs with no rebate from prepayments through AFT/AFS quarterly fees. To understand how the AFT/AFS members contributions via their AFT/AFS fees are applied refer to the policy document in the Documents and Policies Section on AFF website.
The fees for the AFT and AFS will vary because the members of the AFT and AFS are making different commitments. These fees are set out in the respective Athlete Agreements.