Welcome to Pine Hills FC

Pine Hills FC is an inclusive, modern, forward thinking, football club. Our drive for excellence has been recognised by FFA with our National Club Accreditation Level 2 Award. We are the first club in Brisbane to achieve this level of national accreditation.

Our mission is to provide a positive, supportive and family friendly football environment. We are committed to the development of players, coaches, officials, administrators and volunteers. We seek to provide the highest quality facilities, and the promotion of sport in our community through participation in Football.


Following this morning's update from Queensland Government regarding new restrictions in the Greater Brisbane area (Brisbane, Ipswich, Logan, Scenic Rim, Lockyer Valley, Moreton Bay, Redlands), Queenslanders are reminded that community sports operating under a COVID Safe Plan may continue as long as measures outlined in this plan are enforced.

As per the COVID Safe Plan for Field Sports and FQ's Return to Play Guidelines, all Queensland clubs and members of the football community must adhere to social distancing guidelines and attendance tracking measures.


All people in attendance at any football activities MUST sign in and out at the venue, maintain social distancing at all times and not attend any football activity if suffering from cold or flu symptoms

Fixtures 25-27 September

25/09/2018:30James Drysdale Reserve 1  (Vilic Law Capital League 2 Reserves) Pine Hills Capital 2 Reserves  Vs  Kangaroo Point Rovers Capital 2 Reserves 
25/09/2020:30James Drysdale Reserve 1  (Vilic Law Capital League 2) Pine Hills Capital 2  Vs  Kangaroo Point Rovers Capital 2 
26/09/2016:00Prentice Park 1  (Womens Capital League 1 Reserves) North Brisbane Womens Capital 1 Reserves  Vs  Pine Hills Womens Capital 1 Reserves 
26/09/2018:00Prentice Park 1  (Womens Capital League 1) North Brisbane Womens Capital 1  Vs  Pine Hills Womens Capital 1 
27/09/2009:00Bowman Park 1  (Under 14 Division 4 North) Bardon Latrobe U14 Div 4 Nth  Vs  Pine Hills U14 Div 4 Nth 
27/09/2009:00Underwood Park 1  (Under 14 Division 1) Rochedale Rovers U14 Div 1  Vs  Pine Hills U14 Div 1 
27/09/2010:20James Drysdale Reserve 1  (U13 Brisbane Youth Premier League) Pine Hills U13 BYPL  Vs  Taringa Rovers U13 BYPL 
27/09/2011:40James Drysdale Reserve 1  (Under 16 Division 1) Pine Hills U16 Div 1  Vs  The Gap U16 Div 1 
27/09/2013:00Compass Showgrounds 1  (Mens Under 20) Redlands United Red Mens U20  Vs  Pine Hills Mens U20

Come & Try Soccer - October

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Would you like to coach a Pine Hills team in 2021.

Please download the EOI below and return to Ken Swan - Director of Coaching.


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Goal Keeper Training

Tuesdays - 6-6:45pm - Field 2 - Northern End

Thursdays - 6-6:45pm - Field 1 - Southern End

Enquries - doc@pinehillsfootball.com 

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Training Schedule

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Welcome back - please continue to follow the COVID rules

A big Pine Hills welcome to all our members and visitors as we return to football.

It is still very important that we follow all COVID related instructions which you will see on entrance signage and around the fields.

For visitors, please use the QR codes or book at entrance to register your attendance.

Enjoy the games and best of luck to all.

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DOC Update: June 2020

We have now completed 2 weeks of training since the restrictions were lifted. Everyone is to be congratulated.

I have been very impressed with the preparation, enthusiasm and commitment of all coaches. The players are also very excited and doing their best to maintain the social distance requirement. Thank you to all parents for following the drop off and pick up procedures and remaining in parent zones while at the club.

The only aspect of the program that needs emphasizing is the continued need to complete the attendance sheet. Every player, coach, manager, parent and visitor to the club during the training period must have his or her name recorded on the appropriate attendance sheet.

Team finalisation

Coaches in a few affected age groups have been working very hard to try and finalise teams. In the last 2 weeks this has been made a little difficult with a few families deciding not to continue with their child’s registration, some new player registrations and a couple of coaches not returning. The variables keep changing!

I am confident we can announce final teams this week.


There are no changes to the training schedule at this stage. This will occur when restrictions are further lifted in early July.

Some coaches have expressed a desire to conduct training sessions during the school holidays. Coaches will discuss holiday sessions with parents, as needed.


Most coaches are trying to arrange 1 or 2 practice games between 10 July and the start of competition. Parents will be kept informed when games are finalised.

Teams in the under 6 and 7 age groups will also have some internal practice games on our home fields post July 10.

Competition calendar

The competition calendar has now been released and is available for your perusal on our website. You will notice that the competition concludes in October, and in some divisions early November.

Specific fixtures will not be released until just before the commencement of the competition.

Winter-Summer Sport

Some parents have asked about the circumstances of their child also playing a summer sport and the possible tension that may occur with winter sport now intruding into the traditional months of summer sport.

The state government, which recently published the return to winter sport program, is aware of this issue. It is our understanding that the summer sporting associations have been asked to consider delaying the start of their season, and to be part of the overall strategy of helping all in our community to share equally in the burden of the Covid-19 virus. We are unaware of any resolution as yet, but expect further information will be released in the coming months. We are confident a fair resolution will appear in due course.

Coach and manager meetings

Zoom meetings for both managers and coaches will be planned for in the next week or two. This will ensure we are all on the same page as we return to competitive fixtures from 24 July. All teams must have a manager or team leader attending the manager meetings.

The coach meetings will be more focused on the coaching program and expectations.

Brisbane Roar Football Academy

Brisbane Roar recently approached PHFC in the hope of running their Academy on one field, for one evening per week for the rest of the year. After considerable discussion, it was agreed to allow this to occur.

BRFA will pay a rental fee for the use of one field, generating much needed income. Our more talented players will also have an opportunity to show their talents to Roar coaches, and there will also be an opportunity for our coaches to become involved in the Roar Academy, which will further develop their coaching skills.

During this time, the PHFC Committee will explore other options that could develop from collaboration with the Roar.

Holiday Clinic

We have considered the opportunity of running a holiday clinic but believe it is in the best interests of all to let coaches organize their own coaching during the holidays and allow families to have their holiday time as needed.

Thank you everyone for your continued commitment to the club.

Ken Swan

Director of Coaching.

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On Wednesday night, an Industry Covid Safe Plan was published by 13 Queensland sporting bodies including Football Queensland, AFL, League, Union, Cricket, Baseball and Netball – we’ll post that Industry plan to club website over the weekend.

Football Queensland have now updated their return to training to reflect that Industry plan – please refer to https://footballqueensland.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Return-to-Training-Guidelines-V3.pdf

The single biggest advance within the plan was that outdoor fields can accommodate multiple playing spaces.  As a result we now know we exact numbers we’re allowed to accommodate and are finalizing an expanded training schedule to reflect that.  Intent is for training to resume on Monday next and schedule will be published over the weekend.

There are several health and training protocols which the club must strictly adhere to.  Whilst the club has it’s own plan in place please remember – no plan survives first contact.  As things evolve over the next few weeks, we’ll realize things we didn’t anticipate, learn from them and adapt.  Please bear with us.

As with the Industry plan and training schedule, we will be posting further info from the club plan over the weekend.  In the meantime, to give you some idea of what to expect from Monday, some key elements of the health and training protocols are included in the attached video below.  Please take time to look through this with the family. 


Last updated 25 Sep 2020
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In the case of inclement weather - advice on status of fields will be posted here no later than 4:00pm on the day.

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