Football Queensland (FQ) has announced details of the final two Future of Football 2020+ Club Summits, to be held in Brisbane later this month.
Football Brisbane has now published all remaining fixtures for season 2020, excluding 12 and 10 team competitions which will split and be fixtured at the conclusion of one full cycle of fixtures. These fixtures include the Brisbane Men’s & Women’s Premier League, Vilic Law Men’s Capital League, Women’s Capital League, VETO Men’s & Women’s City League, Brisbane Youth Premier League, Brisbane Junior Divisional competitions and MiniRoos.
Following the recent issue relating to the positive COVID-19 cases within the Logan region, Football Brisbane held an urgent club’s meeting via Zoom on Wednesday evening to address the situation and concerns raised.
The opening three rounds of the U12 Brisbane Youth Premier League, Junior Divisionals and the Veto Men’s and Women’s City Leagues have now been published to the Football Brisbane SportsTG Fixtures/Results website.
As the naming rights sponsor for our City Leagues, Veto Sports will be providing all of our Veto Men’s and Women’s City League teams with ‘Enough is Enough – Quit the Abuse’ captains armbands to be worn in all Veto City League fixtures in 2020.
Football Brisbane has now published the opening five rounds for the Brisbane Men’s Premier League, Brisbane Women’s Premier League, VILIC Law Capital Leagues, Women’s Capital League and Brisbane Youth Premier League competitions.
Football Brisbane has now published Rounds 1-4 of the 2020 MiniRoos season on the SportsTG Fixtures/Results website which you can view HERE.
Round 3 of the Queensland Government’s FairPlay voucher initiative is now open for application following the extension of the program due to COVID-19.
The updated 2020 Season Calendar has now been published for the return of competitions post the COVID-19 suspension of football activities.
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.