Football Gold Coast

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Football Gold Coast
Formation 1968
Headquarters Martins Creek Regional Sporting Complex, Gold Coast
Football Federation Australia
Dawn Watkins

Football Gold Coast is a Football Queensland administrative zone encompassing Gold Coast, Queensland.


Football Gold Coast objectives[edit]

The objectives of Football Gold Coast as an organisation is, as follow:

  • To foster and develop soccer and all its derivatives
  • To manage and administer soccer within the district (area as defined by the State and National bodies and includes the areas within the boundaries of The Gold Coast City Council, Tweed Shire Council, Beaudesert Shire and Queensland Junior Soccer boundaries
  • To affiliate with and appoint officials to State, National or other soccer or associated bodies to foster and develop soccer within and outside the district
  • To foster, develop and promote refereeing and implement associated disciplinaryprocedures to ensure the orderly and safe conduct of soccer in all its aspects
  • To incorporate and include the courses, seminars, other advice or information provided by the governing bodies and internal development plans within the Gold Coast Soccer calendar and official publications.
  • To foster and develop coaching by incorporating clinics, courses conducted within the Gold Coast Soccer calendar and official publications and to emphasize and implement procedures for the appointment of certified coaches of all age groups from junior to senior levels of soccer
  • To embrace the administration of all ages of both men and women's soccer within Gold Coast Soccer and/or any of its derivatives.

Leagues and clubs[edit]

Gold Coast League Structure[1]
  • Gold Coast Premier League
  • Gold Coast Premier League (Reserves)
    • Coast League 1
    • Coast League 1 (Reserves)
      • Coast League 2
        • Metro League North
        • Metro League South
        • Metro League Weekend

2017 Premier League clubs[edit]

Team Head Coach President Home Ground Location Founded Website
Broadbeach United Lee Vernon Michael Doyle Nikiforides Park Broadbeach 1962
Burleigh Heads Bulldogs Danny Nield Catherine Dickinson Pizzey Park Miami 1983
Coomera Colts Craig Moore Alan McFarlane Viney Park Coomera 1983
Gold Coast Knights Steve Radoslavic Mario Volarevic Croatian Sports Centre Carrara 1978
Magic United Adem Poric Adem Poric Magic United Field Carrara 2006
Murwillumbah FC David Lonie Jim McCarthy Jim Devine Field Murwillumbah (NSW) 1954
Palm Beach Sharks Mark Wakeling Peter Williamson Mallawa Drive Sports Complex Palm Beach 1966
Surfers Paradise Apollo David Benigno Telly Karadimos Lex Bell Oval Surfers Paradise 1978

2017 Coast League 1 clubs[edit]

Team Head Coach President Home Ground Location Founded Website
Kingscliff Wolves Ross Fenech Craig Long Walter Peate Oval Kingscliff
Merrimac FC Colin Phelan Tony Di Pietro Tony Cecco Field Clear Island Waters 1978
Mudgeeraba SC Steve Beever Bryan Williams Sidd Bigg Park Mudgeeraba 1980
Musgrave Mustangs Jason Shultz Michelle Shultz Keith Hunt Park Labrador 1970
Nerang Eagles Paul Cockbain Bob Jeffrey Glennon Park Nerang -
Pacific Pines ? Cheryl Southworth Pitcairn Way Pacific Pines 1991
Robina City Matt Silcock Paul Rushton Robina Common Robina 1992
Southport SC Rob Semple Gary Hugo Ashmore Village Park Ashmore 1976
Tweed United Dennis Dodd Vickie Lesslie Arkinstall Park Tweed Heads


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