Football Brisbane has collaborated with Football Queensland regarding the change in structure to SAP Programs and accreditation for the 2020 season – CLICK HERE for Football QLD news article.
This coming weekend will mark the kick-off of the 2020 Elaine Watson Cup with teams from the Brisbane Women’s Premier League and Women’s Capital League coming face to face as they look to dislodge long time cup holders Peninsula Power from reclaiming the silverware.
Football Brisbane’s General Manager Rafe Griffin, along with Commercial Manager Gemma Smallfield, recently attended Football Victoria’s Club Development Conference to gain some insight into what the organisation can do to better assist our clubs at the beginning of each season.
Football Brisbane is excited to announce that Cannon Logistics has returned for 2020 as the partner for our Goal of the Week, Goal of the Month and Goal of the Year awards.
Football Brisbane has today released the Rules of Competition (RoC) for season 2020.
It’s the competition that has gathered momentum nationally since its inception in 2014 with the phrases of ‘Magic of the Cup’ and ‘Cupset’ coined as we get set for the 7th edition of the FFA Cup.
Football Brisbane has made the decision to disband the Women’s Capital League 2 competition for the 2020 season.
Following the withdrawal of Southport SC and vigorous consultation with all Brisbane Women’s Capital League 1 clubs, Football Brisbane has resolved that a bye will remain and we will proceed with an 11 team Brisbane Women’s Premier League competition and a 12 team Women’s Capital League 1 competition for the 2020 season.
Football Brisbane is proud to announce it’s 2020 charity partner, Make-A-Wish Australia.
Football Queensland held it’s annual State Referee’s Conference on Sunday at the University of Queensland’s Schonell Theatre, St Lucia.