2016 Football Queensland season

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Football Queensland
Season2016
2015
2017

The 2016 Football Queensland season was the fourth season since NPL Queensland commenced as the top tier of Queensland men’s football. Below NPL Queensland is a regional structure of ten zones with their own leagues. The strongest of the zones is Football Brisbane with its senior men’s competition consisting of five divisions.

The NPL Queensland premiers qualified for the National Premier Leagues finals series, competing with the other state federation champions in a final knockout tournament to decide the National Premier Leagues Champion for 2016.

Men's League Tables[edit]

2016 National Premier League Queensland[edit]

NPL Queensland
Season2016
ChampionsRedlands United
PremiersBrisbane Strikers
Matches played132
Goals scored469 (3.55 per match)
Top goalscorerBen Litfin (19 goals)
Biggest home winGold Coast City 7–1 SW Qld Thunder
(16 April 2016)
Biggest away winNorthern Fury FC 1–6 (twice)
vs Olympic FC
(4 June 2016),
vs Brisbane Strikers
(13 August 2016)
Highest scoringFNQ Heat 4–5 Olympic FC
(28 May 2016)
2015
2017

The National Premier League Queensland 2016 season was played over 22 matches, with the regular season concluding on 21 August, semi-finals on 27 August, and the Grand Final on 3 September.[1][2]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Brisbane Strikers 22 14 5 3 51 19 +32 47 2016 National Premier Leagues Finals
2 Gold Coast City 22 12 7 3 58 29 +29 43 2016 Queensland Finals
3 Far North Queensland 22 13 3 6 42 27 +15 42
4 Redlands United (C) 22 12 1 9 41 36 +5 37
5 Brisbane City 22 9 8 5 35 28 +7 35
6 Olympic FC 22 11 1 10 45 46 −1 34
7 Moreton Bay United 22 7 8 7 36 32 +4 29
8 South West Queensland Thunder 22 8 2 12 38 57 −19 26
9 Brisbane Roar Youth 22 7 4 11 30 38 −8 25
10 Western Pride 22 6 6 10 38 43 −5 24
11 Sunshine Coast 22 7 3 12 32 45 −13 24
12 Northern Fury 22 0 4 18 22 73 −51 4
Source: foxsportspulse.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion.

Finals[edit]

Semi Finals Grand Final
      
1 Brisbane Strikers 1 (2)
4 Redlands United 1 (4)
3 Far North Queensland 2
4 Redlands United 3
2 Gold Coast City 0
3 Far North Queensland 1

2016 Brisbane Premier League[edit]

Brisbane Premier League
Season2016
ChampionsLions FC
PremiersLions FC
RelegatedUQ FC, North Pine
Matches played132
Goals scored502 (3.8 per match)
Top goalscorerAhamad Azzawi (22 goals)
Biggest home winCapalaba 8–0 North Star
(22 May 2016)
Biggest away winNorth Star 0–5 Mitchelton
(22 May 2016)
Logan Lightning 0–5 Peninsula Power
(30 July 2016)
Logan Lightning 0–5 Mitchelton
(20 August 2016)
Highest scoringCapalaba 4–6 Holland Park Hawks
(11 June 2016)
2015
2017

The 2016 Brisbane Premier League was the 34th edition of the Brisbane Premier League which has been a second level domestic association football competition in Queensland since the Queensland State League was formed in 2008.[3] After 22 rounds, the Promotion and Relegation system was based on the Club Championship, and included points from First Grade, Reserve Grade, U18 and U16 teams.[4]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Lions FC (C) 22 16 1 5 53 23 +30 49 2016 Brisbane Premier League Finals
2 Mitchelton 22 13 2 7 46 34 +12 41
3 Holland Park 22 12 3 7 51 34 +17 39
4 Peninsula Power 22 11 5 6 44 29 +15 38
5 Rochedale Rovers 22 11 3 8 42 27 +15 36
6 Capalaba 22 10 3 9 49 42 +7 33
7 Eastern Suburbs 22 9 5 8 43 35 +8 32
8 Albany Creek 22 9 5 8 44 37 +7 32
9 Logan Lightning 22 8 5 9 42 49 −7 29
10 Ipswich Knights 22 6 3 13 38 53 −15 21
11 UQ FC (R) 22 4 3 15 21 55 −34 15 Relegated to 2017 Capital League 1
12 North Pine (R) 22 3 2 17 29 84 −55 11
Source: sportstg.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.

Finals[edit]

  Semi Finals Preliminary Final Grand Final
                           
1 Lions FC 3  
2 Mitchelton 2         1 Lions FC 4
      2 Mitchelton 3   2 Mitchelton 0
  3 Holland Park Hawks 0  
3 Holland Park Hawks 2
4 Peninsula Power 0  

2016 Capital League 1[edit]

Capital League 1
Season2016
ChampionsSouths United
PromotedGrange Thistle
RelegatedCentenary Stormers,
Pine Rivers United
Matches played132
Goals scored510 (3.86 per match)
Top goalscorerHarun Omerovic (23 goals)
Biggest home winSouths United 12–1 Moggill
(13 August 2016)
Biggest away winPine Rivers United 0–11 Taringa Rovers
(13 August 2016)
Highest scoringSouths United 12–1 Moggill
(13 August 2016)
2015
2017

The 2016 Capital League 1 season was the fourth edition of the Capital League 1 as the third level domestic football competition in Queensland. 12 teams competed, all playing each other twice for a total of 22 matches.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Souths United (P) 22 14 5 3 66 28 +38 47 Promoted to the 2017 Brisbane Premier League
2 Grange Thistle (C, P) 22 15 1 6 53 30 +23 46
3 North Star 22 14 3 5 48 23 +25 45 2016 Capital League 1 Finals
4 Southside Eagles 22 13 3 6 38 25 +13 42
5 Bayside United 22 12 0 10 44 27 +17 36
6 Taringa Rovers 22 10 1 11 41 28 +13 31
7 Wolves FC 22 9 1 12 41 42 −1 28
8 Brisbane Knights 22 8 4 10 43 49 −6 28
9 Moggill 22 8 3 11 40 63 −23 27
10 Mount Gravatt 22 5 5 12 35 51 −16 20
11 Centenary Stormers (R) 22 4 5 13 38 62 −24 17 Relegated to 2017 Capital League 2
12 Pine Rivers United (R) 22 4 1 17 23 82 −59 13
Source:[citation needed]
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

Finals[edit]

  Semi Finals Preliminary Final Grand Final
                           
1 Souths United 0  
2 Grange Thistle 2         2 Grange Thistle 0 (3)
      1 Souths United 2 (3)   4 Southside Eagles 0 (2)
  4 Southside Eagles 2 (5)  
3 North Star 0
4 Southside Eagles 1  

2016 Capital League 2[edit]

Capital League 2
Season2016
ChampionsAcacia Ridge
PremiersThe Gap
PromotedAcacia Ridge
RelegatedSlacks Creek,
Redcliffe PCYC
Matches played132
Goals scored584 (4.42 per match)
Top goalscorerJuan Jaimes (33 goals)
Ryuhei Nose (33 goals)
Biggest home winThe Gap 14–0 Park Ridge
(2 April 2016)
Biggest away winRedcliffe PCYC 1–9 Acacia Ridge
(16 April 2016)
Highest scoringThe Gap 14–0 Park Ridge
(2 April 2016)
2015
2017

The 2016 Capital League 2 season was the fourth edition of the Capital League 2 as the fourth level domestic football competition in Queensland. 12 teams competed, all playing each other twice for a total of 22 matches.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 The Gap (P) 22 18 2 2 92 19 +73 56 Promoted to 2017 Capital League 1
2 Acacia Ridge (C, P) 22 15 3 4 69 18 +51 48
3 Annerley 22 13 4 5 53 29 +24 43 2016 Capital League 2 Finals
4 Brisbane Force 22 13 3 6 49 40 +9 42
5 Western Spirit 22 11 2 9 46 39 +7 35
6 Oxley United 22 9 4 9 39 37 +2 31
7 New Farm United 22 10 1 11 46 56 −10 31
8 Pine Hills 22 6 4 12 40 52 −12 22
9 Park Ridge 22 6 3 13 41 74 −33 21
10 Ipswich City 22 6 1 15 39 73 −34 19
11 Slacks Creek (R) 22 5 3 14 30 51 −21 18 Relegated to 2017 Capital League 3
12 Redcliffe PCYC (R) 22 4 2 16 40 96 −56 14
Source:[citation needed]
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

Finals[edit]

  Semi Finals Preliminary Final Grand Final
                           
1 The Gap 0  
2 Acacia Ridge 1         1 The Gap 0
      1 The Gap 4   2 Acacia Ridge 1
  3 Annerley 1  
3 Annerley 2
4 Brisbane Force 1  

2016 Capital League 3[edit]

Capital League 3
Season2016
ChampionsVirginia United
PremiersVirginia United
PromotedToowong
RelegatedMooroondu,
Ridge Hills United
Matches played132
Goals scored527 (3.99 per match)
Top goalscorerMichael Geddes (22 goals)
Biggest home winToowong 7–0 Bardon Latrobe
(23 July 2016)
Biggest away winClairvaux 1–7 Virginia United
(18 June 2016)
Highest scoringClairvaux 3–8 Toowong
(19 February 2016)
2015
2017

The 2016 Capital League 3 season was the fourth edition of the Capital League 3 as the fifth level domestic football competition in Queensland. 12 teams competed, all playing each other twice for a total of 22 matches.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Virginia United (C, P) 22 17 3 2 67 23 +44 54 Promoted to 2017 Capital League 2
2 Toowong (P) 22 17 2 3 63 20 +43 53
3 Tarragindi Tigers 22 16 2 4 58 39 +19 50 2016 Capital League 3 Finals
4 Jimboomba United 22 10 4 8 45 34 +11 34
5 AC Carina 22 10 4 8 41 36 +5 34
6 Newmarket 22 8 4 10 37 38 −1 28
7 Narangba United 22 8 3 11 39 36 +3 27
8 Westside 22 6 8 8 37 40 −3 26
9 Clairvaux 22 8 2 12 41 60 −19 26
10 Bardon Latrobe 22 6 1 15 38 67 −29 19
11 Mooroondu 22 5 1 16 28 59 −31 16 Team withdrew at end of season
12 Ridge Hills United (R) 22 2 4 16 33 75 −42 10 Relegated to 2017 Capital League 4
Source:[citation needed]
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

Finals[edit]

  Semi Finals Preliminary Final Grand Final
                           
1 Virginia United 3 (7)  
2 Toowong 3 (8)         1 Virginia United 1 (3)
      1 Virginia United 2 (4)   2 Toowong 1 (2)
  3 Tarragindi Tigers 2 (3)  
3 Tarragindi Tigers 4
4 Jimboomba United 0  

2016 Capital League 4[edit]

Capital League 4
Season2016
ChampionsCaboolture Sports
PremiersSt. George Willawong
PromotedCaboolture Sports
Matches played156
Goals scored883 (5.66 per match)
Top goalscorerDane Forsyth (49 goals)
Biggest home winSamford Rangers 17–1 Greenbank
(9 July 2016)
Biggest away winGreenbank 0–20 Caboolture
(23 April 2016)
Highest scoringGreenbank 0–20 Caboolture
(23 April 2016)
2015
2017

The 2016 Capital League 4 season was the fourth edition of the Capital League 4 as the sixth level domestic football competition in Queensland. 13 teams competed, all playing each other twice for a total of 24 matches.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 St. George Willawong (P) 24 22 1 1 136 19 +117 67 Promoted to 2017 Capital League 3
2 Caboolture Sports (C, P) 24 21 2 1 170 21 +149 65
3 Samford Rangers 24 18 3 3 136 33 +103 57 2016 Capital League 4 Finals
4 Bethania Rams 24 15 2 7 75 36 +39 47
5 Deception Bay 24 13 4 7 60 51 +9 43 Team withdrew at end of season
6 North Brisbane 24 12 3 9 51 57 −6 39
7 Logan Metro 24 9 2 13 56 71 −15 29
8 Kangaroo Point Rovers 24 9 2 13 43 65 −22 29
9 Springfield United 24 7 5 12 33 70 −37 26
10 Logan City Kings 24 4 2 18 32 96 −64 14 Team withdrew at end of season
11 Greenbank 24 3 5 16 36 134 −98 14
12 Logan Village 24 2 4 18 21 105 −84 10
13 Brighton Bulldogs 24 2 3 19 34 125 −91 9
Source:[citation needed]
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted.

Finals[edit]

  Semi Finals Preliminary Final Grand Final
                           
1 St. George Willawong 0  
2 Caboolture Sports 3         2 Caboolture Sports 2
      1 St. George Willawong 1   3 Samford Rangers 1
  3 Samford Rangers 3  
3 Samford Rangers 3
4 Bethania Rams 1  

Women's League Tables[edit]

2016 Women's NPL Queensland[edit]

Women's NPL Queensland
Season2016
ChampionsThe Gap
PremiersThe Gap
Matches played110
Goals scored587 (5.34 per match)
Top goalscorerKirsten Jamieson (61 goals)
Biggest home winEastern Suburbs 13–0 (twice)
vs Peninsula Power
(30 May 2016)
vs Redlands United
(10 June 2016)
Biggest away winPeninsula Power 1–15 Olympic FC
(23 April 2016)
Highest scoringPeninsula Power 1–15 Olympic FC
(23 April 2016)
2015
2017

The 2016 Women's NPL Queensland season was the second edition of the Women's NPL Queensland as the top level domestic football of women's competition in Queensland. 11 teams competed, all playing each other twice for a total of 20 matches, with the regular season concluding on 22 August, semi-finals on 28 August, and the Grand Final on 4 September.[5]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 The Gap (C) 20 20 0 0 95 8 +87 60 2016 Women's NPL Qld Finals
2 Souths United 20 16 1 3 99 18 +81 49
3 Olympic FC 20 15 1 4 109 19 +90 46
4 Eastern Suburbs 20 14 3 3 84 16 +68 45
5 South West Queensland Thunder 20 9 1 10 52 57 −5 28
6 Sunshine Coast 20 9 1 10 42 57 −15 28
7 Gold Coast City 20 6 3 11 39 61 −22 21
8 Western Pride 20 5 2 13 18 48 −30 17
9 UQ FC 20 5 2 13 27 63 −36 17
10 Peninsula Power 20 2 3 15 20 128 −108 9
11 Redlands United 20 0 1 19 2 112 −110 1 Team withdrew at end of season
Source: foxsportspulse.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion.

Finals[edit]

Semi Finals Grand Final
      
1 The Gap 3
4 Eastern Suburbs 1
1 The Gap 4
3 Olympic FC 2
2 Souths United 0
3 Olympic FC 2

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Fixtures/Results". Soccer Aust. Retrieved 29 November 2015.
  2. ^ "PS4 NPL Men - Fixtures". foxsports. Retrieved 16 August 2016.
  3. ^ "Brisbane Premier League Tables 1983 to 2017". Brisbane Football (Soccer) Tables. Retrieved 22 August 2017.
  4. ^ "Rules of Competition 2015" (PDF). footballbrisbane.com.au. Archived from the original (PDF) on 5 March 2016. Retrieved 12 January 2016.
  5. ^ "PS4 NPL Women - Fixtures". foxsports. Retrieved 17 June 2017.