FQ Community Cup
2021 Community Cup Information
After the success of the tournaments in Mackay (2018) and Cairns (2019), Football South West has advise that the 2021 FQ Community Cup will be held at Maroochydore Football Club, Sunshine Coast from Mon 20th to Friday 24th September 2021.
This tournament will continue to provide an elite level of competition to the best talent in Queensland outside the advanced player pathway, giving promising young players an opportunity to test themselves against their peers from across the state.
FQSW are committed to entering a team in these age groups:
- U12 Boys
- U13 Boys
- U14 Boys
- U15 Boys
- U16 Boys
- U11/12 Girls
- U13/14 Girls
- U15/16 Girls
Zone teams cannot include players from NPL QLD, NPLW QLD, FQPL or SAP Clubs.
We are hosting Selection Trials starting which players can nominate to participate in – Sundays 23rd & 30th May at Captain Cook Fields, McGregor St, Toowoomba.
CLICK HERE to register your interest in attending
The FQSW cost has been set at $300.00 per player if they are selected. This fee includes quality coaching, nomination fees, team photo, hire of training fields, admin costs. Cost to purchase uniforms is separate @ approx $200 for a full kit. Players and parents will be required to travel to the Sunshine Coast themselves and find their own accommodation for the week.
Once we collate all the registrations, players will be sent the times they will be required to attend. Once teams are selected, training will start mid June, breaking for holidays, then recommencing for approx 10 weeks. These sessions will most likely be held on a Sunday morning at Captain Cook fields. Coaches for all teams are in the process on being finalized and all will be available for selection trials.
This is a fantastic opportunity for all our players to attend a State Championship carnival, as we will be participating against various other Zone Representative teams from throughout Queensland.
SOUTH WEST QUEENSLAND THUNDER
Based in Toowoomba, South West Queensland Thunder represents the region in the National Premier Leagues Queensland competition – the top tier of football in the state.
Thunder field teams both boys and girls junior teams from ages 12 and up through to Senior Men and Women’s teams.
The club provides a pathway for local players to ultimately progress through to the Hyundai A-League, Westfield W-League and beyond.
As well as competing in the NPL Queensland, the club also runs a fulltime licenced Skill Acquisition Program for U9-U12 Boys.
For more information, visit www.swqthunder.com.au.