It’s a three horse race at the top of the NPLW ladder at the moment, but round eight showed the mid-table has the ability to snap at the heals of the front-runners.
The wait is over and football in Queensland is about to kick-off, with burgeoning rivalries, a second tier competition and new teams entering the sporting landscape to continue growth in the game.
It has been a productive off-season for clubs and the introduction of the Football Queensland Premier League (FQPL) adds excitement to the already bustling National Premier League (NPL) competition.
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.