AFL Football Clubs in Brisbane & Queensland

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Australian Rules Football (AFL) Clubs in Queensland

Clubs Listed : 17

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • AFL Wide Bay ---- Visited: 116 Times

    Bundaberg

    Listing id: 3132

    The club may be reached thru 30 Victoria St., Maryborough, QLD 4650.
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  • Aspley Australian Rules Football Club ---- Visited: 134 Times

    Aspley

    Listing id: 408

    In the very early sixtys there were no sporting facilities in Aspley for the local children. One Sunday morning early in 1964, five people met at "Sitzs Paddock," Graham Road, Aspley to explore the possibility of forming a Junior Australian. 
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  • Bay Power AFC ---- Visited: 84 Times

    Hervey Bay

    Listing id: 3136

    Participating in the Bundaberg Wide Bay Australian Football League. 
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  • Brisbane Lions AFC ---- Visited: 84 Times

    Brisbane

    Listing id: 409

    Home Ground: Brisbane Cricket Ground (Gabba)
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  • Broadbeach AFC ---- Visited: 97 Times

    Mermaid Waters

    Listing id: 410

    Home ground location: Dunlop Crt, Mermaid Waters 
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  • Brothers Bulldogs AFC ---- Visited: 75 Times

    Bundaberg

    Listing id: 3133

    ATW Bundaberg AFC will use the $22,506 from the State Government's Waterwise Grants program, to install water effecient sytems with: replacement & upgrading of our old septic systems, new guttering, new toilets with dual flush systems & urinal, new taps, new zinculume rainwater tank & filter system with outlets to the ground, and new shower heads.
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  • Bundaberg Across the Waves Football Club ---- Visited: 68 Times

    Bundaberg

    Listing id: 3134

    Participating in the Bundaberg Wide Bay Australian Football League
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  • Gold Coast Football Club ---- Visited: 97 Times

    Gold Coast

    Listing id: 50

    A historic week for the Gold Coast Football Club was capped on on 31st March 2009, when at the club's inaugural player launch, AFL CEO Andrew Demetriou took to the stage and announced GCFC had been granted a provisional licence to compete in the AFL from 2011.
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  • Hervey Bay Bombers Australian Football Club ---- Visited: 80 Times

    Hervey Bay

    Listing id: 3138

    Originally known as the Sea Hawks, and boasting red and green colours, Hervey Bay was established in 1977, and won a senior premiership, in the Bundaberg Australian Football League, on debut. 
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  • Labrador Tigers Australian Football Club ---- Visited: 93 Times

    Labrador

    Listing id: 411

    The club may be contacted thru PO Box 70, Labrador, Qld 4215.
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  • Morningside AFC ---- Visited: 106 Times

    Morningside

    Listing id: 412

    Our football club caters for all age groups from Under-8 through to senior football. Our youngest players play to heavily modified rules that encourage skill development, while our senior players play at the highest level that is on offer in the AFLQ.
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  • Mt Gravatt AFC ---- Visited: 104 Times

    Upper Mt Gravatt

    Listing id: 413

    The Mt Gravatt AFC Senior Best & Fairest winners list incorporating the Jim Fletcher Medal awarded to all winners since 1994 when the club entered the AFLQ State League competition.
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  • Palmerston Magpies Football Club ---- Visited: 63 Times

    Palmerston

    Listing id: 538

    The Palmerston Magpies Football Club was borne initially from the re-location of the North Darwin Football Club to the city of Palmerston, south of Darwin in 1995/96. We were first known as North Darwin/Palmerston Magpies before dropping off the name of North Darwin to become the Palmerston Magpies Football Club in 1996/97. 
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  • Redland Bombers FC ---- Visited: 99 Times

    Victoria Point

    Listing id: 415

    The Victoria Point Australian Football Club was founded in 1966 by Mr Ern Dowling.In 1970 the club changed the name to the Victoria Point Redlands Australian Football Club.  
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  • Southport AFC ---- Visited: 74 Times

    Southport

    Listing id: 416

    The Southport Sharks has an exciting and interesting local history dating back to when it was founded in 1961. Participating in the Gold Coast Australian Football League and playing it's home games at Owen Park it quickly built up a reputation of a fiercely competitive and successful club.
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  • Western Magpies AFC ---- Visited: 103 Times

    Graceville

    Listing id: 417

    The club may be reached thru Wester Magpies AFC PO Box 20104, Graceville, QLD..
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  • Wide Bay Football Umpires Association ---- Visited: 53 Times

    Bundaberg

    Listing id: 3140

    Wide Bay Football Umpires Association is located at 6 Monique Ave., Bundaberg QLD 4670.
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