After Round 9 wrapped up over the long weekend for three of our four competitions, our Xbox Seniors are set to play their final two matches of the First Group Stage this week.
Football Queensland (FQ) today confirmed it has developed a draft set of ‘Return to Football in Queensland’ guidelines to enable the ongoing preparations for the recommencement of community and state football competitions set previously for 1 July.
The release of the first FQ Podcast prompted the retelling of a tale familiar to many in Queensland football circles.
Football Queensland (FQ) has today outlined its support for the implementation of the Federal Government’s COVIDSafe tracing app.
To keep members of the Queensland football community informed, Football Queensland (FQ) has continued to produce FAQs regarding COVID-19 and football participation.
Football Federation Australia (FFA) Chair Chris Nikou and Chief Executive Officer James Johnson have released an open letter to the Australian football community.
State Sporting Organisations (SSO’s) in Queensland understand the value of sport within the community.
Football Queensland (FQ) has today made the difficult decision to stand down 75 per cent of its staff from across Queensland for a period of one month due to the consequential impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following the statement by Football Federation Australia (FFA) today that, as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the current suspension of all sanctioned grassroots football competitions and associated training will continue and be reassessed by 31 May 2020, Football Queensland (FQ) has determined to maintain the suspension in Queensland through to 30 June 2020.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to develop on a daily basis, all levels of government have released information on a variety of stimulus packages to support businesses and community organisations.
Football Queensland (FQ) has commenced its search to unearth the state’s next FIFA 20 superstar with today’s launch of the first ever Football Queensland E-Series.
21 Queensland football clubs and organisations have been approved for over $600,000 in funding in Round 103 of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund.