Rules & Regulations

The Currimundi United Football Club is an integral part of the Sunshine Coast Churches Soccer Association and as such we support their rules and regulations. Listed below are a variety of Rules and Regulations declared by both the Currimundi United Football Club and the Sunshine Coast Churches Soccer Association. It is strongly recommended that you take the time to familiarise yourself with these Rules and Regulations. Should you have any questions relating to any of these Rules and Regulations please contact the Secretary of the Currimundi United Football Club.

Currimundi United Footbal Club

NO SMOKING

All members and visitors to the Currimundi United Football Club ovals are advised that there is a NO SMOKING policy in place.   Smoking is not permitted, at any time when training or fixtures are being held, within the boundaries of the Currimundi United Football Club which is defined by the grassed areas of and surrounding the ovals and clubhouse.  

NO PETS

Pets (dogs, cats etc) are not permitted within the boundaries of the Currimundi United Football Club at any time when training or fixtures are taking place.   The boundaries of the club are defined as the grassed areas of and surrounding the ovals and clubhouse.

NO ALCOHOL

The consumption of alcohol at the Currimundi United Football Club ovals is forbidden.   The boundaries of the club are defined as the grassed areas of and surrounding the ovals and clubhouse.

Harassment and Bullying Policy

Health Policy

Photo Policy

Sunshine Coast Churches Soccer Association
 

Code of Ethics and Behaviour

Code of Behaviour

Roo Ball Rules

Hand Ball Notice

By Laws

Child Protection Policy

Child Protection Policy – Coach & Manager Summary

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.