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Under 13 to Under 16 players from Wide Bay and the Central Coast region will come together tomorrow for the #FQAcademy Regional Carnival at the Fraser Coast Sports Precinct ⚽

With the State Carnival on the horizon the regional carnival presents a fantastic opportunity for players to hone their skills and technique as a collective before the event.

Best of luck to all participating teams!

Download the Carnival Booklet ➡️ bit.ly/3NHJQYy

Under 13 to Under 16 players from Wide Bay and the Central Coast region will come together tomorrow for the #FQAcademy Regional Carnival at the Fraser Coast Sports Precinct ⚽

With the State Carnival on the horizon the regional carnival presents a fantastic opportunity for players to hone their skills and technique as a collective before the event.

Best of luck to all participating teams!

Download the Carnival Booklet ➡️ bit.ly/3NHJQYy
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13 hours ago
Whether you’re a player, coach or volunteer the FQ Community Cup presents a great opportunity to gain experience at a state-wide tournament 🏟️

Expressions of interest are currently open and close on Saturday, 11 June.

Get involved ➡️ bit.ly/3toFo82

#FQCommunityCup

Whether you’re a player, coach or volunteer the FQ Community Cup presents a great opportunity to gain experience at a state-wide tournament 🏟️

Expressions of interest are currently open and close on Saturday, 11 June.

Get involved ➡️ bit.ly/3to#FQCommunityCupityCup
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15 hours ago
Were in for a big Saturday evening! 🤯

In the #NPLQLD Womens, we have a top of the table clash between Lions FC and the high flying QAS. While in the Central Coast region, Bundabergs Across the Waves Football Club Inc host Rockhamptons Frenchville Sports Club Ltd in Round 5️⃣ of the Australia Cup.

Head out to the grounds or tune into the live streams via our Facebook or FQTV 👉 bit.ly/3Jm4TOn

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We're in for a big Saturday evening! 🤯

In the #NPLQLD Women's, we have a top of the table clash between Lions FC and the high flying QAS. While in the Central Coast region, Bundaberg's Across the Waves Football Club Inc host Rockhampton's Frenchville Sports Club Ltd in Round 5️⃣ of the Australia Cup.

Head out to the grounds or tune into the live streams via our Facebook or FQTV 👉 bit.ly/3Jm4TOn

#NPLQLD #AustraliaCup #MagicOfTheCup
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18 hours ago

NPL Women's R6 - Moreton Bay United vs. Olympic FC

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1 day ago

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Let's go Olympic

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Friday night football! 🙌

Moreton Bay United FC are looking for their first three points of the season, but can they do it against an Olympic FC side who are looking to cement themselves into the top 4️⃣?

Get out to Wolter Park or tune in LIVE via our Facebook or FQTV 👉 bit.ly/3Jm4TOn

#NPLQLD

Friday night football! 🙌

Moreton Bay United FC are looking for their first three points of the season, but can they do it against an Olympic FC side who are looking to cement themselves into the top 4️⃣?

Get out to Wolter Park or tune in LIVE via our Facebook or FQTV 👉 bit.ly/3Jm4TOn

#NPLQLD
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1 day ago
Football Queensland has been working closely with clubs to ensure as many games as possible can proceed this weekend.

Despite improved weather in recent days, many fields are still recovering from the impacts of wet weather. The construction of field substrates differ significantly, as do their ability to drain, and consequently many fields remain unplayable due to the significant level of water remaining in the water table under the surface.

Participants are reminded of the many factors considered by clubs when determining whether the postponement of fixtures is necessary including closure directives from local councils, damage mitigation and the ongoing inability to mow, line mark and prepare fields for safe play.

Visit the Wet Weather page to view the latest updates on ground closures 👉 bit.ly/38W97fs

Football Queensland has been working closely with clubs to ensure as many games as possible can proceed this weekend.

Despite improved weather in recent days, many fields are still recovering from the impacts of wet weather. The construction of field substrates differ significantly, as do their ability to drain, and consequently many fields remain unplayable due to the significant level of water remaining in the water table under the surface.

Participants are reminded of the many factors considered by clubs when determining whether the postponement of fixtures is necessary including closure directives from local councils, damage mitigation and the ongoing inability to mow, line mark and prepare fields for safe play.

Visit the Wet Weather page to view the latest updates on ground closures 👉 bit.ly/38W97fs
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1 day ago

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Just extend the season…job done ✅

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