Play with West End F.C in 2021, register now!

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West End Football Club is a community based soccer club aiming to build Community through Sport.

This year WEFC has team options for open men, over 30 women and over 35 and over 45 men. Sadly this year we have no open women’s team option. Players of all experience are welcome. Our home ground is Davies Park, West End, though games are played throughout Brisbane.

Lets kick some balls!

Sign on now – Soccer is back

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The community football season is due to start from July 17.

The field is marked and training has started at Davies Park – you may have noticed teams training on Tuesday and Wednesday nights and Sunday afternoons.  So make sure you are registered with West End Football Club and get all the details from your team manager about the COVID safe season.

Division One Ladies Finals

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Our QCSA Division One Open Women’s team made the Finals in a spectacular end to the season. Needing to win their last three games of the regular season, which included 2nd place and 4th place opposition, the odds were not in their favour. But after a 2-1 win in the first game against second place Northpine, and then a 3-0 win against 4th place Blackstone, the ladies pushed through with a final 3-1 win against Whitehill to knock Blackstone off 4th place and claim a finals spot.

The Semi Final was played Saturday 26th August, and despite a valiant effort, our West End Ladies were knocked out by Westminster with a 3-0 loss. The team achieved a lot this season, and are already looking forward to coming back stronger in 2018 with a Grand Finals spot in their sights.

Trophy For Our Division One Open Women’s Team

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Before the start of each official season our Open teams, who play in the QCSA league, play in the Referee’s Shield preseason competition. Our Division One Women’s team made it through to the grand final of this competition back in March 2017, but due to adverse weather conditions the game was postponed. The game was instead played on Saturday 22nd July ’17 vs Silkstone Baptist Pink. The game was a competitive one and ended in a 3-3 draw. Unfortunately, due to points accrued earlier in the group stages of the competition, Silkstone walked away the winners, but our West End Ladies picked up a runner’s up trophy and medals. Well done Div 1!

Sign on Day 2016

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It’s that time of year again when we recruit new members and re-sign our all star players from the past!

After a year of success and improvements our club is looking like it could have more teams than ever before.

2016 also marks the clubs 21st year!

If you plan on playing or would like more information about the club, come down on sign on day and say hello.

It’s National Volunteer Week!

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Our club is run solely on a Volunteer basis, we don’t always get to show our appreciation to the members who help out, chip in, and keep us going. They give their own time to running the club and making sure that it will keep going long in to the future.

This week is a good opportunity for us to stop and say a BIG THANK YOU to those people, no matter how big or how small their contribution has been.

There are about 6 million active volunteers in Australia currently and research show that these volunteers are happier as a result.

If you’d like to be a happier person and you have some time or skills that you would like to volunteer to the club, even if it’s just a ‘one off’ hour we would really appreciate any time that you could give.

Please email if you are interested or would like to chat.

Working bee 2015

Pre 2015 Season Working Bee Part 1

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With the 2015 bearing down on us, we decided to undertake some turf laying on the Western end of the pitch in both the goal section and corner section. Both areas were fatigued and had compacted dirt where lush turf should be.

Unfortunately, rain messed up the turf delivery for two weeks in a row. This meant that the Working Bee on Saturday 28th would be the first of two and would focus on cleaning out the shed as well as preparing the sections for turf laying the weekend after.

With a great turnout of members, we also focused on removing weeds (in particular the bindy patches) from the southern wing of the pitch. This will give the existing couch grass a chance to re-establish itself. Unfortunately, weed removal will be an ongoing task throughout the season and is not going to be an easy fix. Constant work will be required to get the weeds under control over the winter months.

Part 2 of the Working Bee – “The Laying of the Turf” will happen on Saturday 7th March 2015 and again, any help would be greatly appreciated.