While this season’s National Premier Leagues (NPL) Queensland Men’s Premiership title race has been stealing headlines in recent weeks, crucial match-ups at the other end of the table this weekend are set to have lasting consequences on what is an equally dramatic battle to survive relegation.
With the Queensland state election taking place this Saturday, 31 October, Football Queensland (FQ) has compiled a list of the pre-election funding commitments made in support of football clubs throughout the state.
There’s a huge round ahead in the Football Queensland Premier League (FQPL) as the top three teams attempt to boost their promotion hopes across two massive Sunday matches.
In what is set to be one of the most important matches of the year, Premiership contenders Lions FC and Gold Coast United will clash in a huge National Premier Leagues (NPL) Women’s Feature Match.
Football Queensland (FQ) is pleased to announce Across the Waves FC Secretary Renee Bock as the Volunteer of the Month for September.
Football Queensland (FQ) has today released early bird tickets for all seven blockbuster Kappa Festival of Football matches.
Football Queensland (FQ) has seen a huge level of interest in a revised National Premier Leagues (NPL) Queensland Women’s competition following last week’s announcement of the roadmap to NPL Women’s competition reform.
The Kappa Festival of Football is kicking off in Queensland this summer in a brilliant three-week celebration of the state’s premier players, coaches and referees.
Football Queensland’s (FQ) strong strategic focus on club and coach development continues to drive positive outcomes for the Queensland football community, with thousands of coaches completing courses and hundreds of club visits conducted in 2020.
Over 300 young players from around Queensland took part in the Under 10 Skill Acquisition Phase (SAP) Boys State Carnival held at Meakin Park over the weekend, despite some heavy rain impacting the latter half of the tournament.
Football Queensland’s (FQ) strategic investment into referees across Queensland has driven the development of more than a dozen new initiatives and appointments within the past 12 months.
Proud Far North Queenslanders and former Australia internationals Kim Carroll and Michael Thwaite have joined Football Queensland (FQ) in encouraging state and local government to recognise football’s critical need to establish two new Regional High Performance Centres.