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Queens Park FC is a long established community football club with a growing membership of over 1300 players. Our club draws its membership from across Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, and further afield.
At the heart of the club exists a ‘football for all’ philosophy. Consequently, the club caters for players of all ages and abilities – men, women, boys and girls. QPFC aims to enable players to be the best they can be at all ability levels from beginner to advanced/elite level.In order to continue its development, QPFC will focus on the recruitment of new players and retention of existing players via an ongoing program of support including coaching (grassroots to advanced) and provision of year -round playing opportunities.
The club aims for self- perpetuation by fostering an inclusive culture that results in long-term relationships with its members whether in playing, coaching or volunteer capacities.
QPFC is a not for profit which is funded through its membership, fundraising and generous sponsorships. The club is a supporter of charitable concerns and in particular aims to enable participation in our sport to those who would otherwise be excluded.
Shoosh for Kids is a collaborative effort between Office of Sport and State Sporting Organisations to promote positive sideline behaviour to their members, clubs and associations. The Shoosh for Kids campaign is aimed at promoting positive sideline behaviour at junior sports events. The general rule is, if you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all.
QPFC is an inclusive community club and everyone involved with the club can help us to set a great example for kids in our club and from clubs that visit our park. The players themselves obviously can play their part but most importantly, we need parents, relatives and spectators to set the standard for sideline behaviour.
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Jonathan Aspropotamitis’s (aka Aspro) performances in the Hyundai A-League was why he was a nomination for the NAB Young Footballer of the Year Award.
NAB has generously donated a $1,500 NAB Club Recognition Award to Aspro/s nominated junior club which is …..Queens Park FC!
It’s great to see one of our ex-players going on to success on the professional football stage. The quote from Aspro nicely sums up how he got there!
“Repetition, that’s all it is in any walk of life, repetition until you get good at things. Then you master it and there’s always still room to improve.”
Kit Bag provides disadvantaged kids football gear
that many kids take for granted.
Please donate club shirts/shorts/boots/trainers
/shin pads/replica shirts etc
In the event of wet weather we will advise whether pitches are open for training or matches as early as possible.
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