Football Queensland (FQ) is now accepting expressions of interest for the 2021 Q-League competition after a successful inaugural season this year.
The 2020 Q-League competition saw FC Old Bridge crowned Premiers, before Best United secured a Grand Final victory following the conclusion of the 14-round season.
“The launch of the Q-League was a significant milestone this year as Football Queensland provided a structured competition to bring communities together and unite players of all backgrounds while celebrating Queensland’s cultural diversity,” FQ CEO Robert Cavallucci said.
“It was fantastic to have eight clubs participating in the inaugural Q-League season this year, and we look forward to welcoming even more teams in 2021 as we continue to provide accessible participation opportunities for all Queenslanders.”
FQ Diversity and Inclusion Officer Butrus Haider said the Q-League provided a valuable opportunity for community teams around South East Queensland to participate in a structured football competition.
“Football Queensland was proud to launch the Q-League in 2020, welcoming local community teams from a range of backgrounds and clubs,” Haider said.
“This year’s 14-round competition was a brilliant showcase of talent, and we’re looking forward to an even bigger and better year of the Q-League in 2021.
“Congratulations to inaugural Q-League Premiers FC Old Bridge and Grand Final Champions Best United, and thank you to all players, coaches and teams involved in making the 2020 season a success.
“We’d invite all community teams who are interested in participating in next year’s Q-League competition to submit an expression of interest form ahead of the 2021 season.”