Congratulation to the Under 9 ,11 and 13 teams that participated in the Keith Hunt Carnival today. This carnival is one of the longest running carnivals on the coast in which Mudgeeraba Soccer Club has participated in every year.
This year we made equal 3rd in the overall scoring. Well done to all the players that participated.
Having received legal advice, Mudgeeraba Soccer Club will be holding a Special General Meeting at 6pm, Tuesday 5th August 2014, to elect the following positions:
- Chairperson for the Junior Sub-Committee
- Chairperson for the Senior Sub-Committee
- Chairperson for the Women’s Sub-Committee
Please find attached the Nomination Forms and Proxy Forms.
Nominations close 5.30pm, Tuesday 29th July 2014. Nomination must be submitted to the office of Mudgeeraba Soccer Club.
Proxy Forms must be submitted to the office of Mudgeeraba Soccer Club by 5.30pm, Monday 4th August 2014.
Below are links describing the Management Committee’s exceptions of the Chairperson’s role.
‘Mudgeeraba Soccer Club is the only club in the nation that stages an annual international youth football tournament.
Now in its 19th year the Gold Coast Champions Cup has grown to be the largest annual international youth football tournament in the Southern Hemisphere.
The purpose of the annual international youth tournament is to give Mudgeeraba youth an opportunity to meet teams from around the world and in so doing develop friendship and cultural understanding through sport.
Through the years teams from Wales, Nigeria, Chinese Taipei, Samoa, New Caledonia, The Cook Islands and New Zealand have participated in the week-long tournament, staged in the September school holidays.
A great feature of the tournament is that it is conducted by club volunteers with all funds derived from the tournament going to the Mudgeeraba Soccer Club.
The 19th Gold Coast Champions Cup will be staged at the Carrara Sports Complex from 28th September-4th October and you are most welcome to volunteer your time for all or part of the week to support the staging of the tournament.
Should you wish more information or volunteer please contact me on 0438184994.
With thanks and best wishes,
Club Life Member
I received this email this morning.
‘Hello, My name is Lesley and I am the manager of the Under 15/1 team at Coomera.
On Friday night we played Mudgeeraba Gold at Coomera. It was a great game to watch with both teams playing really well.
At approx the 75th minute, one of our players went down and was carried off the field. I would just like to say on behalf of myself, the coach and team a very big ” Thank you” for the assistance that the Mudgy coach and manager gave us with the help of strapping and the sportsmanship they showed by removing one of their players to make the teams even, as we did not have any reserves.
The game went to Mudgeeraba with 2 more quick goals at the end. Well done!
Through your coaching and teamwork, it just shows why you guys are on top. Keep up the good work. You deserve it !!
Our player that went down has a broken ankle so will probably miss the rest of the season.
Thank-you once again Steve and Andrew.( I have washed and will post back your bandage).
Could you please pass on my Thanks to them,
Congratulations to the boys for showing great sportsmanship.
And Thank You from your club.
A big thank you to one of our sponsors SABRE Corporate Developement for hosting this night for the ladies . Great painting ladies.
UPDATE 4th July 2014
Unfortunately Casey cannot make it tonight and will try to come along soon.
Please support one of our great sponsors
Mudgeeraba Soccer Club is excited to announce that Chris Broadfoot will be joining the club in a Junior Coaching Position.
Chris is a former A-League Striker with Gold Coast United (2010-2012) prior to his stint with Gold Coast he was one of the local leagues best strikers over the past 10 years playing in the Gold Coast Premier League.
Chris’s playing resume and awards include Two time GCPL Player of the Year, Three time Golden Boot winner along with Two League titles, Two Grand finals wins and many other successes. He also enjoyed a successful spell playing in the North American College Leagues with Toronto Lynx where he was awarded the MVP and Golden Boot in his one season with the Lynx.
Due to an ankle injury sustained while with Gold Coast United, Chris has had to stop playing at only 33. He now wants to use his knowledge and skills and help develop young footballers on the Gold Coast.
Chris will be helping out with skill acquisition sessions for our juniors over the course of the season. Chris has his Senior Coaching Licence and is looking to gain his FFA ‘C’ Licence in the coming year.