The University of Queensland Football Club Inc. (UQFC) is the largest football club in Queensland. We are nationally accredited by Good Sports Australia and the Football Federation of Australia for our commitment to healthy and active participation and high performance in Australian football programs.
We encourage all players and volunteers, from grass-roots to elite levels, to get the most out of this great game and to play the best football they can.
Our members enjoy the game from ages 5 to adulthood (and beyond), with all players joining teams ranging from junior participation and development teams, to the highest Premier & City League teams as well as our own social football programs (which are especially suited to students during semesters).
Most teams compete within Football Brisbane or Football Queensland competitions, where we boast both Men's & Women's Premier League teams as well as our PS4 National Women's Premier League teams starting within our highly ranked junior football programs.
Our junior teams lead the way, with UQFC Mini-Roos (U6-U8) playing our unique 'at-home' leagues before growing into our U9's and above teams that play games across Brisbane.
Interested? Visit our website www.uqfc.com.au for information about playing or supporting this great club.
Well done to Coach Heiko and the Westpoint Isuzu UTE U9 Lightening team who took part in the inaugural U9 Komodo/Goanna Carnival held at Taringa Rovers last Saturday. Winning all of their matches, the boys took out the U9 Goanna Competition and came home with a trophy; but above all played some wonderful football and represented both themselves and the Club beautifully.
Have fun, make friends, learn new skills and stay active by playing Futsal with Venom Futsal in the off season. Training Programmes are available in Kenmore and Jindalee for ages 3-5 and 6-11 years and Junior through to Senior & Social Competitions.
From the very Little Feet to the Over 35's and Very Social Ladies - there is a team and a competition to suit all.
UQFC takes great pride in the positive conduct and core values of all persons involved with the club and is strongly focused on helping create the optimum environment for the enjoyment of football. This includes players, match officials, coaches, parents, club members and even supporters attending our games.
As we approach the end of the Season and move towards the finals series - we would like to remind all our members of the Codes of Conduct currently in force which provide guidance toward expected behaviours.