The Matildas are the toast of Australian sport at the moment, with the side’s meteoric rise up the official FIFA rankings to number four. Combine that with a side full of talent and personality, and it’s a recipe for continual success as the next generation has a strong standard to look up to.
Football Queensland and NAB are pleased to announce Michelle Jones, from The Lakes Football Club, as the winner of the NAB Volunteer of the Month award for February and most recent inducted in the NAB Academy of Awesome.
Referees are at the centre of every football field and one Queenslander has made a meteoric rise from rookie ref to professional official. Lara Lee has been a referee since the age of 22, now, at the age of 30, she is a seasoned veteran of the whistle. Football Queensland asked Lara 10 questions to […]
rebel Female Football Week is a chance to celebrate those who have the drive and passion to push the women’s game forward. One academic in particular, has made it his goal to recognise the history, and the women, who have laid the foundations for today’s success.
In the first instalment of a series of articles to celebrate Female Football Week, Football Queensland focuses on Brisbane Roar W-League premiership winning head coach, Melissa Andreatta, and her journey from netballer to footballer.
Female Football Week is entering its second and final weekend, so get out to your local club and end the celebration on a high.
[Lead & Middle Images: David Wadsworth] [Bottom Image: Chris Simpson] As one of the brightest young coaching prospects in Queensland, it’s hardly surprising Liz Doherty bleeds football.
Don’t miss a minute of the celebrations this weekend as Female Football Week 2017 takes over!
Football Queensland is excited to confirm the return of Female Football Week from Wednesday, 8 March to coincide with International Women’s Day.
[Images: Narangba United FC] Female Football Week may officially be over but the celebrations for female football continue!
[Images: Ray Gardner/Redlands United and Northern NSW Football] At just 14 years old Shekinah ‘Shaq’ Friske has the world at her feet and her future in her hands.
An ongoing injury might keep Kate Sherry from taking charge of matches, but the promising young referee is determined not to let it halt her future as an official.