INSURANCE & FORMS

FORMS


Listed below are forms that are used by either the Currimundi United Churches Football Club or the Sunshine Coast Churches Soccer Association.

Note: completed forms need to be forwarded to the club Secretary, secretary@currimundifc.com.

Incident Report

An incident report must be completed for all injuries. They may also be used to report other incidents, such as breaches to Codes of Behaviour.

All incident reports are to be forwarded to the club Secretary. An Incident Report should be submitted within 1 week of the occurrence.

Request for Transfer

If you are a member of the Currimundi United Football Club and wish to transfer to another club within the SCCSA then you are required to complete a Request for Transfer. All Requests for Transfer are to be forwarded to the Registrar.

Insurance

The Sunshine Coast Churches Soccer Association Inc maintains the insurance policies for all players of the Association in relation to a Personal Accident Policy and a Public Liability Policy. An element of your registration fee is directly related to insurance costs.

To understand what you are covered for, when you are covered and how to claim please use the link below to take you directly to the appropriate Sunshine Coast Churches Soccer Association Inc webpage.

Please note that where an injury occurs that could lead to a possible claim, the Coach or Manager must complete an Incident Report Form within one (1) week of the incident.   This form is to be handed to the Currimundi United Football Club Secretarywho will email it to admin@sccsa.org.au.   A copy of the Incident Report can be accessed via the “Insurance Link” below, or visiting our “Forms” webpage.

Insurance Link

Should you have any questions in relation to the insurance you should first read the applicable documentation via the above link.   If you are unable to find the answer you seek then you should contact the Sunshine Coast Churches Soccer Association Inc.

Sunshine Coast Churches Soccer Association

The SCCSA is our association who are responsible for registration of all players as well as organising season fixtures.

1. Visit the SCCSA WEBSITE

Click the register button to take you to the Registration area on the SCCSA site where exisiting players can log-in or new players can create an account.

2. Register players

Register who is playing, ensuring you have all of your player info ready for registration options. 'Team Requests' OR 'Change Team Requests' are to be completed as part of your online registration.

3. Payment

During registration, you can pay by credit card online at the SCCSA website. For any non-typical registrations such as vouchers or payment plans, select 'Pay at Club' and see our staff at the club us on registration day to finalise payment and collect uniform.