For Parents

Registering Your Player for 2022/2023

Each player is required to be registered for each year that they play. The registration year goes from August 1 – July 31 each year. The current cost is $85.00 per year.

Once you have registered your child, you will also need to complete a Medical Release form and submit that to your coach. They are required to have this form for each player when they check in to tournaments.

You will need a copy of the player’s BIRTH CERTIFICATE and CURRENT PHOTO in order to complete a player registration.  Please have these copies available for upload before you begin as they are required.  As you enter player information, you will need to click the icons/links to upload these from your computer or device or you will not be allowed to proceed through the registration process.
There are several different waiver/release forms that need to be agreed to online during this process.  Teams will need to have a physical copy of the Nebraska State Soccer Medical Release forms at all times. Blank copies will be included with the coaches’ binders for parents to complete. There is a little link icon near the medical waiver button if you want to print a blank copy of your own and already have it filled out for your coach.  I believe there is also a link in the confirmation email as well.  These need to be returned to coaches as soon as possible before teams can get their binders.
Player dues of $85 must be paid online with a credit/debit card at the time of registration.

Please let Jason Beiermann ( ) know if you have not received the email. 

Parents will need the following information to register their player:

1. Child’s name

2. DOB

3. Address

4. Phone number

5. An email address

6. Parents’ names

7. Copy of Birth Certificate

8. Current photo


Registration questions can be directed to the following board members:

Nicole Henderson ( will be registering the GIRLS teams.  (402) 276-2381

Jean Cornwell ( will be registering the BOYS teams.  (402) 270-0774




We will be ordering all of our uniforms from Soccer International located in Omaha. You will enjoy the convenience of ordering these on-line and having them shipped to your door step. It’s the Amazon of soccer!!

There are TWO ways to order:

#1 Visit their store front located in Omaha.

#2 Have your uniform shipped directly to your home by following the directions below.

  • Step 1: go to,
  • Step 2: click the “Club Uniforms” link on the top middle of the home page
  • Step 3: Enter the password CSC
  • Step 4: Click the item you want
  • Step 5: Select the size and qty
  • Step 6: Select your jersey number

The Board would like to buy each team a Keeper jersey. You will notice there is a Bright Orange long sleeve or short sleeve jersey available. If you have a designated keeper, shorts are also available. If you switch keepers mid-game, I wouldn’t suggest the short option.  You can either order this direct or contact our Director of Coaching, Kevin Ainsworth, to place your keeper order. If you order direct, give the receipt to any Board member and we will reimburse you.

There will be a THIRD kit option in the Spring 2020.  In addition to the standard white and black jersey listed above, we will also have a “Carolina” Blue jersey as an option.  Details on this will be shared before the spring season.  Players will wear black shorts and socks.  Keep in mind, the blue jersey is an option, and not required for any team.


Columbus Soccer Club Tryout Policies and Procedure

Dear Parents and Players:

Welcome to the Columbus Soccer Club competitive youth soccer program. Our club has a policy of open tryouts for teams in the U-11 and older age groups. Please keep in mind that “club” or “select” soccer represents a significant increase in the commitment required by players, and parents. Our goal is to have all of the members of the club experience the enjoyment and developmental benefits that are gained by mastering skills and habits and by participating at the highest level of competition. CSC members acquire excellent physical conditioning, refine their technical skills, learn to understand the tactics involved in soccer, establish new and lasting friendships, and acquire character building habits such as teamwork, sportsmanship, commitment, discipline, and the pursuit of excellence. Every year players make the move from recreational soccer to club soccer, and many achieve great success. Your decision to participate in a tryout for a CSC team is the first step.

Read more: Tryouts

Pictures Needed

Parents – we are still needing photos of many of our teams for this website. If you have a recent team photo, or one that is better than the current one, please send a copy of the photo. We are also looking for any other fun or great action photos that you may have.