Player Registration
Logan United Christian Soccer Club (formally Logan Uniting Church Soccer Club) began using a new online registration system in 2015 which has been mandated by the Queensland Christian Soccer Association (QCSA). The system is called MyClubMate.
Early bird registration is no longer available and registrations are now closed for the Christmas break. Registration will re-open in early January and will be full price and available online or taken at our Sign On day to be held late January at Real Life Christian Church, in Springwood.

Please make sure that you register early as places are not reserved for returning players. The team positions are allocated on a first in first served basis!

 
 

Below is the list of prices for the 2020 season

$95 p/year

Covid-19 Affected Registration U5

Includes

Includes all games at our Springwood fields (no away games), insurance, team photo and player trophy.

$185 p/year

Covid-19 Affected Registration U6-U8

Includes

Includes all match fees for approx 10 games, insurance, referees fees, team photo and player trophy.

$205 p/year

Covid-19 Affected Registration U9-U16/16

Includes

Includes all match fees for approx 10 games, insurance, referees fees, team photo and player trophy.

$290 p/year

Covid-19 Affected Registration U17/18

Includes

Includes all match fees for approx 10 games, insurance, referees fees, team photo and player trophy.

$290 p/year

Covid-19 Affected Registration Senior Men and Women

Includes

Includes all match fees for approx 10 games, insurance, referees fees, team photo and player trophy.

$310 p/year

Covid-19 Affected Registration Over 30s and 40s

Includes

Includes all match fees for approx 10 games, insurance, referees fees, team photo and player trophy.

Frequent Questions
  • What does registration cover?
    Match Fees; End of year trophies; Special Award trophies; Team photos; Training equipment; Match balls; Uniforms (not every team has a sponsor and we have to replace parts of sets or full sets of jersey’s every year); Managers equipments (vests, folders – most need replacing every year); Keys for sheds (we never get them all back each year); Insurance; Line marking equipment and paint; Match Cards; Photocopying; Power/Lights; Referees (Under 9 up); Small gifts to coaches & managers at the end of the year; Sponsor thank you award; Maintenance; Website serving & maintenance; Financial administration costs; Other administration costs such as postage, envelopes, printing etc.
  • When does the season start?
    We commence the season with Club Day (late March) held at Calvary Christian College Carbrook. A schedule is emailed out prior to the day as all registered players take to the field. Food, drinks and uniforms are available for purchase. Official games will start for Seniors the weeks before Easter. All other divisions kick off after Easter.
  • What equipment is needed?
    The club provides jerseys for every player and these are to be returned to the team manager at the end of each match. Each player will also need: Plain Black shorts (official Club shorts available, but not compulsory) – purchase at Sign on or Club Day. Socks (official Club socks) – purchase at Sign on or Club day. Shin Pads (please note that players without shin pads are not allowed to train or play). Appropriate footwear. Water bottle for both training and games
  • Do I need to help out the club?
    All parents and adult players are expected to contribute to the running of the club throughout the season in a variety of ways. During online registration you are given an opportunity to register your interest in volunteering (coach, manager, canteen assistant or co-ordinator, sponsorship); please give serious consideration to investing some time into the week to week running of the club and its future development. All teams will be allocated time slots throughout the season to assist in the operation of a canteen and sausage sizzle. Your coach and manager will inform you when it is your teams turn to assist. The club is not a child minding organisation and thus parents are encouraged to remain with their children both at training and at games. Playing and training is a great opportunity to spend quality time with their children and help the coach and manager at the same time.
  • What is the Club's policy on grading teams?
    Players participating in Under 11’s through to Seniors may be graded where there is more than one team in an age group so as to ensure the teams are competitive within the nominated QCSA division for the season. While the club aims to build consistency within a team from one season to the next it is not always possible to do so and the teams may vary from year to year. When grading occurs the final decision is made by the LUCSC committee in consultation with the Director of Coaching.
  • Can I smoke, drink alcohol or bring my pets to home games?
    Our club fields are located on Calvary Christian College grounds which are private property. The College grounds are smoke-free, alcohol-free and dog-free grounds.
  • Where can I get Fair Play Vouchers?
    Please use the following link to access Fair Play Voucher. Search for "QCSA" as the Organisation name. If you are applying for a voucher, please register as normal but also email registrar@lucsoccer.com to advise that you have applied for a voucher. Once the voucher arrives, please email the signed voucher to registrar@lucsoccer, bring to sign on day or contact us for a mailing address. The difference in fees less the $150 will be still payable, if you need a payment plan please contact us to discuss.
  • How can I contact the club?
    For general enquiries, please go to the foot of the website and use the  ‘Contact forms'.  Alternatively go to the Our Team page under Club Info to find the contact details of the appropriate person.