Football Queensland (FQ) and Football Federation Northern Territory (FFNT) have reached an agreement which will see Queensland referees train and mentor match officials in the top end.
Round five was an attacking fan’s dream, with 118 goals scored across the three competitions.
Round six has it all –Top of the table clashes, teams both fighting to get their season back on track and teams looking to maintain winning streaks.
Will it continue to rain goals as it did in round five? Will teams learn from their harsh lessons last weekend? We’re excited to find out.
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 discover more about what it takes to reach the top of the game.
Football Queensland (FQ) is excited to announce the beginning of rebel Female Football Week, eight days of focus on women and girls who play the beautiful game.
With leading Australian sports goods retailer, rebel, coming on-board as the naming rights partners, this year will see more activations and events than ever before.
Football Queensland are pleased to announce teenage Football Wide Bay referee Alex Buckholz as the inaugural winner of the Referee of the Month award for January.
Football Queensland Chief Executive Officer Geoff Foster has thanked outgoing State Technical Director David Abela for his tireless work to the sport in the state.
Mr Abela has resigned from his post with the state body to take up an opportunity as Head of Coaching Education Unit for Football Association Malaysia.
Football Queensland and award winning training provider, BCA National Training Group, have partnered to grow sports education and opportunities in the industry.
BCA will become Football Queensland’s official training partner for the next two years.
The Academy of Sport, powered by BCA National, offers students the opportunity to acquire the skills and knowledge required for a career in sport, either through athletic talent, administration, coaching or sports science.
Football Queensland is pleased to announce the release of the 2018 National Premier League (NPL), National Premier League Women (NPLW) and Football Queensland Premier League (FQPL) first team competition draws.
The draw comes after extensive consultation with clubs and stakeholders.
The eagerly awaited announcement provides a cracking opening weekend in the NPL, with Brisbane Strikers FC against Western Pride FC, with the premiers to face the grand final champions at Perry Park, on Saturday February 3 at 6pm.
Ten Queenslanders have been announced as part of the twenty-two Australian Match Officials selected on the FIFA Panel of International Referees for 2018, the largest contingent represented on the list.
Football Queensland Referee State Coach Ted Kearney said the announcement is recognition for the hard work of the match officials.