Free Club Websites

Sport and recreation clubs that have signed up to Find a Club on ClubsOnline can also set up and design their own free website.

About the Free Club Websites

The Department of Sport and Recreation provides clubs with a free, easy to use website, that can be set up in seconds.

What you get:

  • Unlimited traffic.
  • Shop manager to manage product information.
  • Tools to track your Google rank.
  • Mailing lists to stay in contact with visitors and customers.
  • All the add-ons, including ...
    • "Contact us" form, so your visitors can contact you.
    • A photo gallery.
    • Accept donations and much more!
    • Accept online payments.
    • Multiple user accounts so multiple people can update your site.
    • Help from the makers of ComfyPage.

Red crossYou need to be a Club Administrator to sign up for a Free Club Website

Only club administrators can sign up for a club website.

If you are already a Club Administrator

  1. Log in using your username and password in the orange log in box on the right.
  2. Once you have logged in, visit this page again.
  3. The 'Portal Password' will now be displayed.
  4. Enter the 'Portal Password' on the sign up page.

If you are already a Club Administrator but do not have a log on

  1. You must register as a user of Clubs Online.
  2. Once you have registered, login and visit this page again.
  3. The 'Portal Password' will now be displayed below.
  4. Enter the 'Portal Password' when you sign up.

If you are not a Club Administrator

  1. Contact your club administrator and ask them to sign up.

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