DISTRICT associations will have to register its fan clubs with the Fiji Football Association.
This is after concerns were raised about money being collected by people claiming to be members of fan clubs without the knowledge of district association executives.
Fiji FA president Rajesh Patel said a lot of money was being collected by the fan clubs but there was no information of how it was spent.
"There is no accountability with the district associations having no say," Patel said.
"From now all fan clubs will have to be registered with the Fiji FA with the list of office bearers and contacts.
"The fan clubs should have a VAT registration and must be registered with the Fiji Inland Revenue and Customs Authority.
"They will need to submit their quarterly and annual financial reports to Fiji FA."
Patel said all contracts with the fan clubs must be a maximum of $5000 per player.
He said the contracts must be registered with Fiji FA to be valid.
Patel said if the fan clubs did not comply with the terms and conditions set out by the Fiji FA, then the matter would be reported to police.