As part of its mission to grow footy in America, eliminate financial barriers to player participation, and develop the sport on the US sports scene, Major League Footy does not operate on the ‘amateur/club’ model.
There are no league registration fees for players, and there are no club dues. Players, fans and supporters alike are (of course) welcome to become supporting members of their respective clubs, but membership status has no correlation to participation.
Major League Footy clubs provide players with everything needed to play footy, including: jumpers; shorts; socks and mouth guards.
Contracted players of the league’s First Division clubs are compensated based on a percentage of ticket sales generated for their club’s home games. Players may also opt to accrue a percentage of ownership equity in their club, based on ticket sales revenue.