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The Toowong Football Club’s prime focus is to provide a place for people of all ages to play and enjoy football (soccer). We were formed in 1921 which makes us one of the oldest clubs in Brisbane.
Our club has a four-star rating under FFA’s National Club Development Program as well as a 1 Star Club Changer, and is affiliated with Football Queensland. Our senior women compete in the Football Qld Premier League 3 (FQPL3). We also have both Men’s and Women’s Metro teams at levels for both experienced players and beginners alike, an extensive men’s masters program and a women’s masters team.
Our Juniors (U13 to U17) and Miniroos (U6 to U12) are growing in numbers and we are always keen to welcome new girls and boys at any age group, with any skill level; we are proud to have all girls teams in all ages from U8 through to U17.
The Club plays at Dunmore Park, Auchenflower, after moving here in 1961. Prior to that, the Club was variously located at Toowong Memorial Park (1960), Moore Park, Indooroopilly (1959), and Frew Park, Milton (1950s).
Toowong FC changed its name from Toowong Soccer Club in 2006.
In 2016 we completed a massive project to provide two full size playing fields and four full size changing rooms, giving us capacity to expand and provide more opportunities to community kids that want fun and affordable football action!
In 2019 we completed a Brisbane City Council funded grant to add over 400 seats at the facility, massively improving the spectator experience (link).
In 2020 we completed a new changing room project, adding a further four female friendly and fully compliant change rooms, in addition to a female friendly referees room (link).
In 2021, Toowong FC is commemorated its Centenary Year! Click >>here<< to find out more about our Centenary.
Football historian, Andrew Robinson, has compiled season results for our top men’s and women’s teams for dating back to our foundation in 1921 (and 2005 for the women). It’s amazing to see how far we’ve come!
A list of annual Club and Player Award recipients from 2011 onwards is available here.
Acknowledgement of Country
Artist – Kye Lane
Toowong Football Club sits on Yuggera land, and we acknowledge the Turrbul and the Yuggera peoples who are the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we meet and play. We recognise their continued connection with the land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.
Toowong derived its name from the Koel, a member of the cuckoo family, as the local Indigenous Australians referred to the native bird as tu-wong, an onomatopoeic word closely copying the sound of the bird’s call. The cuckoo bird is said to bring the storm and/or warn people of an upcoming storm, and is often referred to as a Stormbird. Lane’s artwork incorporates Toowong Football Club’s home colours of green, gold and white with the Koel, using circles to represent the places that we journey to play – bringing the storm with us wherever we go.
Coaching at the Club
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Constitution and Rules
The Club is an incorporated entity in Queensland, making us not-for-profit.
The Club has a modified published set of Model Rules:
Toowong Football Club is committed to being an inclusive Club where everyone has a fair opportunity to participate/compete safely and enjoy all aspects of football, regardless of gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, race, nationality, ethnic background, or disability.
We celebrate diversity and expect all of our members and visitors to uphold the Club’s values by treating others with compassion and respect, championing equality, and challenging all forms of discrimination.