The Queen City South United Soccer Club was established during the indoor season of 1987-88 in Regina, Sask. The club was the culmination of two teams coming together; these teams were the Regina Spurs and the Regina Steelers. The club colours were a combination of both teams in that the Kelly Green of the Spurs were used for the jerseys and the Black of the Steelers became the accent colour. This colour combination stayed in place until 2006 when the club moved to Forest Green and white. The logo of the club was also changed at this time.
Presently the club operates out of the South and Southeast areas of Regina and has 230 athletes. These athletes range in age from 4 years to 18 years both male and female. The club provides two levels of competition for its players. One of the most important field accomplishments of QC United has been the winning of a silver medal by the QC Vikings at the Canadian National Club Competition in 1997. The club continued a trend of sending teams to Nationals with its U14 and U16 girls’ teams going in 2003 and 2004. As a result of these appearances the club is presently ranked 98 in the rankings found on the CSA website.
Off the field the club strives to provide players the environment in which they can reach their individual potential. The clubs new mantra has become, Commitment to Compete, Attitude to Achieve and Passion to Play which sums up the clubs vision for the future. And, as the club moves towards its 20th anniversary, it is now the oldest active youth club within the city of Regina and is determined to remain so.