Football Brisbane and Cannon Logistics recently joined forces to reinforce our Enough Is Enough campaign for the 2020 season, as we continue to strive for respect for all our members – referees, players, coaches and volunteers, both on and off the field during matches.
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 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.
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.
The draw for Preliminary Rounds 2 and 3 of the FFA Cup have been made for the South East Queensland region by Football Queensland earlier today.
Football Brisbane has today published the FINAL draws for the VILIC LAW Capital League 3 and Women’s Capital League 1 fixtures for 2020.
The Round 1 and Round 2 (Last 16) draw for the Elaine Watson Cup was made earlier today at Football Brisbane’s Logan Football Complex offices.
Football Brisbane has received notice from Southport Soccer Club (SC) of their intention to withdraw from the 2020 Brisbane Women’s Premier League (BWPL) competition.