Queensland
Independent Football


We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which we participate, and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.

Due to COVID-19, this 2020 season has been delayed.  We are waiting on further health advice from Government before the 2020 season kicks off.

 

Queensland Independent Football (QIF) is a Social and Community Football League based throughout Brisbane that has been in existence for over 30 years.  QIF is currently operating a Sunday morning competition and a Monday night competition.

Originally known as the “Commercial League” and played on Sunday mornings, QIF has provided a stable base for teams looking for play football with their mates in a more social football setting.  While teams can be very skilful and competitive, the predominant “community spirit” of the competition prevails. 

The Sunday morning competition is held on a home and away basis across Brisbane and has teams such as Gurkha FC, United FC, Brisbane Punjabi Community Club Calamvale, Redland City FC, Spitfires FC, Singapore Lions FC, Bardon FC, West End FC, Canaipa FC (from Russell Island) and Caxton Athletic FC.  On Monday nights all games are played at Eagles Sports Complex at Mansfield, and teams from the Nepalese, Hong Kong, Afghan and Croatian communities, along with local teams competing.

QIF and its’ counterpart, the South East Queensland Football League form the largest Multicultural Football Leagues in Australia.  These competitions are administered under the Over 35s Football and Community Football Australia banner and we work pro-actively in promoting Social and Community Football to teams and players who need assistance is accessing football opportunities.  Our work includes important elements missing from other Leagues and Programs such as helping players / teams:

  • organise themselves into teams / tournaments / competitions;
  • access training space;
  • access training equipment;
  • with low cost fees;
  • with appropriate kick off times during religious periods of the year;
  • with Club registration costs;
  • access come and try events;
  • compete in National Community Tournaments;
  • with governance advice;  and,
  • with club development activities.

We have also registered our Teams with the Australia Sports Foundation to access donations to assist them with their registration fees, referee costs, and facility hire

asf.org.au/our-projects/

Donations can be made to individual teams, with the team gaining an immediate benefit, with the knowledge that the local community is behind them in their sporting pursuits.  As the ASF has the “gift deductible recipient” status, donators receive a tax receipt which is fully tax deductible.

In running competitions such as Queensland Independent Football and the South East Queensland Football League, Community Football Australia can support additional social and community programs such as Welcoming Tournaments, the Multicultural Football League in Logan, Kicking Goals Together at Australia Catholic University and Africa United.

Supporting these programs helps develop new football teams, leaders and players, and build a bridge to established facilities and Clubs.  In some cases we are working with communities to create new Clubs and programs, and re-ignite facility use.  Feel free to visit Community Football Australia for additional information.

Champions Wall

2010 – 2019 Seasons

2010

League Champions
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Grand Final Winners
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Grand Final Runners Up
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Golden Boot Winner

2011

League Champions
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Grand Final Winners 
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Grand Final Runners Up
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Golden Boot Winner
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2012

League Champions
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Grand Final Winners
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Grand Final Runners Up
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Golden Boot Winner
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2013

League Champions

 

Grand Final Winners

Grand Final Runners Up

 

2014

League Champions

 

Grand Final Winners

 

Grand Final Runners Up

2000 – 2009 Seasons

1st Division

Champions
Brisbane Knights
(Won 1-0)

Grand Final Runner-Up
St.George

Premiers
St.George

Golden Boot Winner
David Grecil – 34 Goals

2nd Division

Champions
FK Mladost
(Won 6-2)

Grand Final Runner-Up
Mooroondu FC

Premiers
Cavaliers

Golden Boot Winner
Nenad Popovic – 27 Goals

3rd Division

Champions
Mooroondu FC
(won 4-1)

Grand Final Runner-Up
Reggae Boyz

Premiers
Mooroondu FC

Golden Boot Winner
Julian De Groot – 30 Goals

3rd Division Reserves

Champions
Legion FC
(won 1-0)

Grand Final Runner-Up
Vision Home Vipers

Elimination Cup – Winner
Capalaba Strikers (Won 3-1)

Runner-Up
Cavaliers

South East Queensland Football League

Most Valuable Player
Jay Reid – Brisbane Knights

Sportsmanship Award
Souths United Kings

2014 Season

1st Division

Champions
Creek Tigers
(Won 3-1)

Grand Final Runner-Up
Brisbane Knights

Premiers
Brisbane Knights

Golden Boot Winner
Asa Harrington – 30 Goals

2nd Division

Champions
Slacks Creek FC
(Won 3-2)

Grand Final Runner-Up
Cavaliers

Premiers
Slacks Creek

Golden Boot Winner
Carl Brady – 30 Goals

3rd Division

Champions
Brisbane Knights
(won 1-0)

Grand Final Runner-Up
Capalaba Bulldogs

Premiers
Brisbane Knights

Golden Boot Winner
Lee Rawson – 33 Goals

3rd Division Reserves

Champions
Coomera Colts
(won 4-1)

Grand Final Runner-Up
Bayside Eagles

Elimination Cup – Winner
Old Bridge (Won 3-0)

Runner-Up
St George FC

South East Queensland Football League

Most Valuable Player
Carl Brady

Sportsmanship Award
Capalaba Bulldogs Div 1

Sportsmanship Award – Division 1
Creek Tigers

Sportsmanship Award – Division 2
Slacks Creek FC

2013 Season

Struddy’s Sports Cup

Champions
Beenhome Honey Badgers

Grand Final Runner-Up
Brisbane All Stars

Premiers
Creek Tigers

Golden Boot Winner
Matt Hayman – 30 Goals

2nd Division

Champions
West Beenleigh DK

Grand Final Runner-Up
Creek United FC

Premiers
Creek United FC

Golden Boot Winner
Liam Tolley

3rd Division

Champions
Vision Home Vipers

Grand Final Runner-Up
Mt.Gravatt Hawks

Premiers
Vision Home Vipers

Golden Boot Winner
Derek Hall – 41 Goals

South East Queensland Football League

Most Valuable Player
Taylor Jakubenko

Sportsmanship Award
Teviot Downs FC

Elimination Cup Winner
Brisbane All Stars

Preseason Cup Winner
Brisbane All Stars

2012 Season

Struddy’s Sports Cup

Champions
Old Bridge

Grand Final Runner-Up
Beenhome

Premiers
Beenhome

Golden Boot Winner
Matt Hayman – 30 Goals

Most Valuable Player
Ben Plunkett – Beenhome

Reserves Division

Champions
Beenleigh Lions

Grand Final Runner-Up
Capalaba Strikers

Premiers
Beenleigh Lions

Golden Boot Winner
Liam Tolley – 28 Goals

Struddy’s Sports Preseason Cup

Div 1 Winner
Old Bridge (Won 6-1)

Div 1 Runner-Up
Bethania Blue

Reserves Winner
SQR Cavaliers
(Won 5-3)

Reserves Runner-Up
Beenleigh Lions

CONTAct us

Please get in touch, we look forward to hearing from you !

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Rohan Cassell

Mobile: 0434 077 380

Email: info@qldindependentfootball.com.au