The NPL Men’s Premiership could be decided on Friday night while two clubs will be crowned champions on Saturday in the FQPL 1 and FQPL 2 Grand Finals.
It will be a massive weekend at AJ Kelly Park as NPL Men’s league-leaders Peninsula Power need a win at home against Eastern Suburbs to secure the Premiership.
Five points clear at the top of the ladder, Power have a game in hand over their nearest challenger Brisbane Roar.
The Roar are away in Mackay this weekend against Magpies Crusaders United, who are playing for pride after being confirmed for relegation next season.
Also to be relegated will be last-placed Brisbane Strikers, who are away to Gold Coast United this weekend.
The battle to avoid relegation is now between Bayside rivals Redlands United and Capalaba FC, with the latter favourites to stay up.
Elsewhere, fifth-placed Olympic FC are at home against third-placed Lions FC as both clubs look to secure their spot in the top four.
A win for Olympic could see them leapfrog Sunshine Coast Wanderers into fourth spot with two games left to play.
But the Wanderers, who went down 1-0 to Olympic last weekend, will be looking to bounce back this Sunday against Moreton Bay United.
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Brisbane City v SWQ Thunder
After 21 wins in 21 games, Brisbane City need one more victory to cap off a perfect season in FQPL 1.
The 2021 FQPL 1 Premiers were the better side against Western Pride in last weekend’s Semi Final, winning 3-2 despite a late goal from Pride.
City are up against SWQ Thunder, who booked their spot in the Grand Final after dispatching Rochedale Rovers last weekend.
Brisbane City have history on their side after beating Thunder in both previous outings so far this season.
The last time these two sides met, in late September, City piled on four second half goals to win 7-2.
Saturday 9 October, 7:30pm
AJ Kelly Park, Kippa Ring
Caboolture FC v Grange Thistle
Grange Thistle will be out to spoil Caboolture FC’s party this Saturday evening in the FQPL 2 Grand Final.
Grange, who finished third on the ladder, are coming off a convincing 4-1 win over Taringa Rovers in last weekend’s Semi Final.
They will be without one of their goal scorers from last weekend, Josh Ahern, who is suspended after picking up a red card.
Caboolture will enter the Grand Final as favourites after a commanding season that saw them run away with the Premiership.
But Grange have beaten Caboolture before this season and could spring an upset this weekend at AJ Kelly Park.
Saturday 9 October, 5:00pm
AJ Kelly Park, Kippa Ring
Arthur Antonis (Brisbane City): Poked home the crucial third goal as City beat Western Pride 3-2 in last weekend’s Semi Final.
Cormac McCarthy (SWQ Thunder): Scored the first goal and set up the second as Thunder beat Rochedale Rovers 2-0.
Matthew Hornby (Grange Thistle): Grange’s top goal scorer was on the scoresheet last weekend to help his side book a spot in the Grand Final.
Michael McEvoy (Caboolture FC): The Caboolture stalwart has been a colossus at the back this season for the Snakes.