[Images: Patrick Kearney/Football Queensland] More Queenslanders than ever before will have the chance to play at a semi-professional level with Football Queensland today announcing a significant expansion of the state’s elite player pathway.
[Image: Northern NSW Metro] Queensland’s player pathway looks to have unearthed another future star with State Team prospect Christopher Morseray recognised for standout performances at the FFA National Youth Championships.
[Image: loopii/Football NSW] Regional futsal players will have more opportunity to represent Queensland at the FFA National Futsal Championships following a restructure of the State Team trial process.
Queenslanders India Kubin and Shekinah Friske have been named in Ante Juric’s 23-player squad for this month’s AFC U-16 Women’s Championship Qualifiers in Vietnam.
Four young Queenslanders are a step closer to international football after being selected by Under 17 Women’s National Team coach Ante Juric for a six-day training camp in Canberra.
[Images: Northern NSW Football] Football Queensland is pleased to announce the four squads that will represent the state at the FFA National Youth Championships for Boys in Coffs Harbour later this year.
[Image: Andrew Shaw/Visible Focus Photography] Seven young PlayStation® 4 National Premier Leagues stars have been given the chance to push for Hyundai A-League minutes by earning call-ups to Brisbane Roar’s squad for pre-season training.
Brisbane Roar/QAS NTC Women’s coach Mel Andreatta has praised the professionalism of her squad following last week’s National Training Centre Challenge in Canberra.
Football Queensland is pleased to announce the U13s and U15s squads which will represent the state at the Westfield National Youth Championships for Girls in July.
[Image: Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images] Brisbane Roar Women’s coach Belinda Wilson believes an early grounding in professionalism is behind the heavy presence of Queenslanders in the Westfield Matildas squad.
The PlayStation®4 National Premier Leagues 2016 season is set to be the biggest yet with the inaugural PS4™ Player Pathway Award to give 24 aspiring footballers – including three from Queensland – a shot at a professional career.