Whether you are new to football or a returning player, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved and start playing The World Game. There are a range of traditional formats of football and social football programs in Queensland for women and girls of all ages, backgrounds and skill levels.
Click on the below programs to learn more and join our team.
A five-a-side face paced indoor version of football played all year round socially or competitively.
Girls United is a social football program for women and girls. An alternative option to traditional format of the game, or an opportunity to build skills and confidence before joining a team.
Summer Football is a social program hosted by clubs statewide played on smaller fields with less players.
A low-impact non-contact format of the game with the players ‘always having one foot on the ground’.
Soccer Mums programs are run at clubs parallel to junior training sessions. Fun, low key and social, these programs are a great way to stay active while the kids train!
Providing opportunities for women and girls of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to be part of our game is more important than ever as we look towards the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.
The biggest global event in women’s sport represents a once-in-a-generation opportunity to transform football and leave a lasting legacy for women, girls and Queenslanders across the state.
Football Queensland’s Women and Girls Strategy 2021-2023 outlines the requirements for football in our state, to support the growth of the women’s game in the coming years and unlock the legacy of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.
Our three goals:
- Football for girls in every school – Early football experience for all girls in Queensland schools.
- Queensland Government Football Infrastructure Fund – $60m investment in Queensland Government Infrastructure Fund.
- Community club development support – Football clubs to set standards for inclusive environments.