Football Queensland has today issued licence offers by post to 28 clubs successful in their bids to compete in PlayStation 4 National Premier Leagues Queensland and Football Queensland Premier League.
Clubs now have an opportunity to formally accept their licence before a deadline of Monday, 21 August 2017.
The following clubs have received an offer of licence:
|PS4 NPL QLD||FQPL|
|1) Brisbane City||1) Capalaba FC|
|2) Brisbane Olympic||2) Eastern Suburbs|
|3) Brisbane Roar Youth||3) Holland Park Hawks|
|4) Brisbane Strikers||4) Ipswich Knights|
|5) FNQ FC Heat||5) Logan Lightning|
|6) Gold Coast City||6) Mitchelton FC|
|7) Gold Coast United (name pending FFA approval)||7) Peninsula Power|
|8) Lions FC||8) Rochedale Rovers|
|9) Mackay & Whitsundays Magpies Crusaders United||9) Southside Eagles|
|10) Moreton Bay United||10) Souths United|
|11) Northern Fury||11) Sunshine Coast Wanderers|
|12) Redlands United||12) Wide Bay Buccaneers|
|13) Sunshine Coast FC||13) Wolves FC|
|14) SWQ Thunder|
|15) Western Pride|
Gold Coast Galaxy and Gold Coast Athletic have joined forces to become Gold Coast United, and have been offered a licence to compete in PS4 NPL Queensland.
The Athletic-Galaxy merger has opened up an opportunity for Capalaba FC to be invited into FQPL.
FQ will announce details of the structure and make-up of both competitions when acceptances have been received or declined, and FQ has worked through the final stages of the licence award process.