Sunshine Coast Football

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Sunshine Coast Football
Formation 1968
Headquarters Maroochydore Regional Soccer Complex, Sunshine Coast
Football Federation Australia
Chris Dunk

Sunshine Coast Football is the governing body of football (soccer) on Sunshine Coast, Queensland. It is a member zone of Football Queensland and Football Federation Australia.[1]


Sunshine Coast Soccer (as it was known before the statewide reforms) was formed in 1968 when the Caloundra Rugby league team was refused permission to take part in the North Coast League Competition. Members were subsequently looking for an alternative sport when soccer was soon suggested. Teams from Caloundra and Woombye were soon formed, joined later that year by Maroochydore and Beegees. Club numbers have continued to expand and the Zone now incorporates 16 clubs from Caboolture in the south to Gympie Miners in the North. [2]

Member Clubs[edit]

Club President Website
Beerwah Glasshouse United Soccer Club (Beegees) Ken Fullerton
Bribie Island Tigers Mark Krohn
Buderim Wanderers Gary Townsend
Caboolture Sports Football Club Andrew Davies
Caloundra Football Club Nic Basile
Coolum Dolphins Jon Davies
Cooroora United Football Club Stephen Standish
Flinders FC Anthony Reid
Grammar FC (Sunshine Coast Grammar School) Lyn Russell
Gympie Miners Trevor Kirk
Kawana Soccer Club Brad Lloyd
Maleny Rangers John Brown
Maroochydore Swans Nigel Riggs
Nambour Yandina United (NYU) Gary Wasmund
Noosa Lions Alinda Bryant
North Shore Soccer Club Bruce Hines
Sunshine Coast FC Fire Noel Woodall
Woombye Soccer Club Michael Murray


  1. ^ Football Queensland
  2. ^ Sunshine Coast Soccer Federation Inc. 30th Anniversary.

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