Soccer gameHow do we find out about fixtures?

All Club fixtures can be found at the Sunshine Coast Churches Soccer Association (SCCSA) at www.sccsa.org.au.  Noosa Eagles Soccer Club do not control the fixtures and will always be updated on the SCCSA website.

It’s raining! Will my training/game be cancelled?

If we cancel training this will be advised on the Noosa Eagles Soccer Club Facebook page or by your teams coach.  For cancellation of any football games players and parents are encourages to visit the SCCSA website www.sccsa.org.au, facebook or telephone the coach/ manager of your team. Games are not cancelled simply because it is raining.

Football gameOur team is short of players – can we borrow from other teams/ages?

There may be times where teams are short of players due to illnesses/injuries/school camps etc and teams may need players to fill in for them. Please check with either the Club President or Secretary if this is allowed and who they are and what team they are coming from.

In certain ages groups/division there are strict rules governing movement of players and illegible players can cause all sorts of heartache for teams and the club including loss of points and fines.

A player cannot play up more than one age division without prior, written permission from the Association. Coaches and managers should be aware of the physical limitations of young players playing in a higher age division.

Football playersNo player may play down a division without prior, written permission from the Association. This must be attached to the Team Sheet Book. A player must be turning 10 (ten) or older to play in fixtures competitions.

What happens if a player is injured during the game?

If the player/coach etc sustains an injury during the game or at training then an incident report must be completed. We need to stress the importance of this due to the possibility that this could result in an insurance claim.

An Incident Claim Form needs to be completed by our Club secretary and sent into the SCCSA within ONE (1) WEEK of sustaining the injury. These can be acquired by emailing admin@sccsa.org.au.

Football playersI am new to club – how do I get involved?

Our Club is always happy to have parents / guardians / grandparents /friends get involved and volunteer their time. This might be in the form of coaching, helping in the canteen, helping pack goals away, emptying bins or being a ground official.

Please contact anyone on the committee to have a chat and let us know what you can do.

Am I allowed to bring my dog to the game?

Under SCCSA by-laws, NO DOGS are permitted on SCCSA controlled grounds for fixtures, finals, training, representative games or carnivals.

Soccer playerWhat are the rules regarding smoking and alcohol?

In keeping with current State Legislation smoking is not permitted within the following areas: official’s tents, erected marquees, playing areas, toilets and food outlets. The area of a playing field includes the technical area and the spectator areas of each playing field. All school grounds are non smoking.

In accordance with the SCCSA By-Laws, no alcohol is to be consumed at Association sanctioned games or training.



GoalWhat is my responsibility as a Coach/ Manager?

Coaches and Managers must wear distinguishing badges or shirts and should conduct themselves in an appropriate manner from the technical (interchange) area.

Coaches and managers are responsible for the well-being of their players and for them being correctly attired throughout the game; i.e. socks pulled up, shin guards in place, no sharp studs. No jewellery is to be worn.

For ideas on how to coach your team please refer to our Articles page on this website.


Kids soccerWhere can I get a FairPlay voucher?

Eligible parents, carers or guardians can apply for a voucher valued up to $150 for their child, which can be used towards sport and active recreation membership, registration or participation fees with registered activity providers (including Noosa Eagles Soccer Club).

To apply for a FairPlay voucher please visit the following website: www.qld.gov.au/recreation/sports/funding/fairplay/apply.

Can my child play in a team with a friend?

We do our best to place players with friends where possible. Requests must be made at sign on days.

Kids team sportWill all teams have a paid coach?

No. All of our teams will be coached by a parent volunteer. Parents will receive support and training from our committee members.

Do I have to pay my fees in full when I register?

No you don’t. You can register and select pay at the Club and then pay at our sign on days.