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.
On the night that one of Australia’s greatest ever Socceroos, Tim Cahill, bid farewell to national team duty, a group of Australia’s most inspiring footballers were heading off to represent the nation abroad.
Good luck to the Pararoos who will be representing Australia 🇦🇺 at the 2018 IFCPF Asia-Oceania Championship later this month.
On the night that one of Australia’s greatest ever Socceroos, Tim Cahill, bids farewell to national team duty, a group of Australia’s most inspiring footballers will be taking off to represent the nation abroad. The Pararoos, Australia’s national football team for athletes with cerebral palsy,...
The changing rooms & canteen at St Lucia's Uni of Qld Field 3 have finally been demolished and work on the foundations for the new and upgraded changing facility is now underway, Regular updates on the progress of this new build will be posted here.
The Movember Foundation is changing the face of men’s health by addressing some of the biggest health issues faced by men: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health and suicide prevention.
UQFC Friends Helios Brewing Company are hosting an event on 22 November at 4pm to help raise awareness of Mental Health Issues amongst men. This tap takeover - named "Helios and Friends, Old and New" will celebrate how important friends are in the fight against mental health and in particular depression related issues.
Brisbane Boys' College (BBC) will also be hosting the "2018 Nic MacBean Cup" - a charity cricket match on 29 November 1-5pm. This annual event now in it's third year is played in Old Boy Nic's honour and helps raise money and awareness for anxiety and depression. .
For all local Movember Event information and how you can participate, donate or support this charity - please see the link below: https://au.movember.com/?home
Brisbane Roar FC are offering all Mt Franklin Brisbane Women’s Premier League, Hart Sport Women's Capital League and Women's City League teams a discounted group rate to celebrate 'Female Football Round' for the Hyundai A-League RD5 clash at Suncorp Stadium between Brisbane Roar v Melbourne City.
Contact the Brisbane Roar membership team on 1300 39 50 20 or email: email@example.com to arrange for your group booking.