Hi all, At my 13-year-old's football registration two weeks ago, I refused to give the club my medicare number, my private health insurance details or if I was covered by ambulance. If my child is injured at the club or game and I or my husband is not there they do not need any of the above information to care for my child. Point 1 - They will ring an ambulance whether I am covered or not. Point 2 - Whether a family has private insurance or not is irrelevant to a club. It's not like they can claim on our behalf. Point 3 - My medicare number is not required to treat my child. A hospital will treat my child and wait for me to get there so that they can bill me. Because I have refused to answer the above, the club and the league have stated that my child cannot play football in the league. I am under the belief that it is legal to not have a medicare card and to not produce it. If this is the case, then wouldn't it be illegal under Australian Law of the club to have a policy that states failure to produce a medicare number means that a player cannot play? Just wanted to know if my belief is correct and if there is any specific law I can reference to. Thank you heaps for reading and helping.