On March 1st each year Tax Receipts become available for the previous year. Use the link below to go via our registration tools to access tax receipts.
Once on the site:
- Choose players and Families
- Login under individual player login
- Choose Registrations
- Choose Details
Langley United has 14 Adult competitive teams made up of Men’s and Women’s teams from U21 to open as well as Masters (35 and up) and up and playing at a variety of levels from Division 4 up to the Premier Division.
If you are interested in joining us contact Azad Palani via [email protected]
If you’re just seeking a non competitive ‘pick up’ style experience LUSA also offers a Mom’s and Dad’s Program that runs in parallel to the Fall. and Spring Seasons on Sunday evenings that is run by LUSA Staff coaches, check our registrations section for more information and current programs.
Langley United has been the centre of the Community in Langley since 1926 and has continued to grow in size and excellence as our community continues to grow. This includes investment into the infrastructure with the Township of Langley to help provide the fields too.
With Soccer for Life as our core principle, whether you child aspires to the upper levels of the game or has disabilities there are programs within LUSA for all ages and abilities. Beyond the over 4,000 children from U4 to U18 in the programs (Core is U6 to U18) there is a growing and successful adult program too as well as some for Mom’s and Dad’s.
As a holder of the Canadian Soccer National Youth License and a member of the BC Soccer Charter program Langley United meets and exceeds the highest levels of technical and organizational excellence with the aim to bring the best experience to everyone involved in the club and the community.
When the children are at our Active Start level (U5 and U6) then we will always do our best to listen to all the requests to keep friends together.
As the children move up the age groups our Registrar and Age Group Coordinators will continue to do their best to keep friends together, but as the children get older it will depend firstly that they are in the same age group and ability streams to ensure all the children are playing the level where they can develop and have fun.
The question that every parent, guardian and coach asks and is the most difficult to answer before the start of each season!
There are a lot of factors that come into when practices take place; number of registered players and their age groups and how many teams can be formed.
The younger players will have the earlier sessions on the weekday practices and depending on age it may be one or two practices a week. Once practice days and times are set they will be the same for the entire season.
For games, the younger players will have a set day and time on a weekend day as all of their games will be in-house for the entire season; as they approach the youth level and start to play teams from other clubs both home in Langley or traveling these schedules are are typically released the Tuesday before the weekend of play at the latest, in many cases there is much more notice but it all depends on all the club’s involved submitting their schedules and where the games will be played.
Your coach will alway advise you when games are with as much notice as possible.