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Where Your Girls Can Play Soccer on the Gold Coast

Soccer is a popular sport among Gold Coast girls and luckily the Gold Coast has heaps of soccer clubs available. Check out our detailed map!

Girls soccer Gold Coast | Families Magazine’s GO TO clubs

Even before Bend It Like Beckham girls have played soccer, and more and more Gold Coast soccer clubs are recognising that girls are just as talented as boys when it comes to the World Game. Gold Coast and Northern New South Wales soccer clubs are welcoming female players with football training and special academies to coach girls in the finer football arts. If your girl dreams of playing in the soccer big leagues – or World Cup –we’ve got the info you need to make it happen!

Girls from two-years old can get involved in the mixed boys and girls introductory programs, and school aged girls can sign up to play divisional soccer with mixed or girl-only teams in the junior league clubs. We at Families Magazine have done all the hard work for you to research which soccer clubs and programs are available near you, so all you need to do is read on and check our handy map to find your closest girls soccer location.

Introductory girls soccer Gold Coast programs

There are several program providers for girls (and boys!) who are keen to give soccer a go but want to try out before signing up to a junior league club. Ginger Sport, Little Big Sport, Soccer X, and Little Kickers are all great introductory programs that offer courses in a variety of locations around the Gold Coast.

Venues and dates change so we recommend you contact the providers directly via the info below to find out what’s on in your area. Keep scrolling down if you’re looking to find out which clubs offer Academies and advanced development programs for your future Matilda. The best venues for girls soccer Gold Coast are only a short scroll away!

Ginger Sports

WHAT: Ginger Sports is an introductory soccer program for boys and girls aged two to ten years old. The program is delivered in schools and childcare centres in blocks of weekly sessions, with school holiday camps also offered for school-aged children. Hint: for soccer mad daughters you can hold a Ginger SportsSoccer birthday party!
WHEN: You can find out more about classes near you on the Ginger Sport website.
WHERE: Various venues across the Gold Coast. Check the website to find yournearest.
CONTACT: 3890 3338; info@gingersport.com.au

Little Big Sport

WHAT: Little Big Sport offers after school and weekend soccer for children aged 2-10 years, with free trials available by registering online. Little Big Sport promotes teamwork and sportsmanship and helps your child develop their gross motor skills.
WHEN: Contact club for training details
WHERE: Available in several great locations across the Gold Coast and Northern NSW, from Upper Coomera down to Cudgen. You can find your nearest on their website, or by locating the pink pins on our map.
CONTACT: 0426 236 063; info@littlebigsport.com.au

Little Kickers

WHAT: Little Kickers is a great program full of fun for younger children, offering classes from 18months to 7th birthday.
WHEN: Contact club for training details
WHERE: Enter your postcode into their website wizard to locate the classes nearest to you for your age group. You’ll find plenty available on the Gold Coast and in Northern NSW.
CONTACT: goldcoast@littlekickers.com.au

Soccer X

WHAT: Soccer X offers a pathway of programs for boys and girls aged from two years old to late teens. They offer a tiny tots program for children aged 2-5 with basic soccer skills and small-sided matches, after school programs, and a specific girls only program with soccer development and a Soccer X skills academy for girls aged 6-14 years.
WHEN: With so many different programs on offer it’s best to check the website and contact them for details.
WHERE: Many locations in schools and parks across the Gold Coast, according to scheduling. CONTACT: 0451 162 346; SoccerX.au@gmail.com


Football Gold Coast is the host of the Gold Coast junior soccer league and THE place for girls to develop their soccer skills. If your daughter is serious about soccer she’ll find competition teams for girls aged U12 to U17, and younger girls can learn the foundations of soccer in the Aldi Miniroos. We’ve gathered together a list of local Gold Coast and Northern NSW soccer teams that offer pathways and programs for girls.

Aldi Miniroos

Aldi Miniroos is a modified form of 11-a-side football available for boys and girls under 12. They also offer a girls only program but it’s subject to demand so if you’re keen get the girls together and make it happen!
WHEN: Times vary from venue to venue so check the website for current details.
WHERE: Several locations across the Gold Coast and hinterland.
CONTACT: via the member federation, Football Gold Coast

Football Gold Coast Affiliated Clubs (including Northern NSW)

Bilambil Terranora Redbacks Soccer Club

WHAT: Miniroos and junior league teams. WHEN: Contact club for training details
CONTACT: 0490 200 611; admin@bilambilterranorafc.com.au

Burleigh Heads Bulldogs Soccer Club

WHAT: Fielding junior, youth, and junior premier league teams. Girls play soccer in mixed teams from U6 to U11, and in girls-only teams from U12 to U16.
WHEN: Training two nights per week with matches played on Saturdays.
WHERE: Pizzey Park, Bardon Ave, MIAMI CONTACT: 5535 7077; info@burleighheadssoccerclub.com.au

Canungra Owls Soccer Club

WHAT: The club offers football for all ages from three years of age, with mixed teams up to 16 years of age, and currently offering a girls team in the U10s and U14s age group.
WHEN: Contact club for training details WHERE: Moriarty Park, 37 Coburg Road, CANUNGRA
CONTACT: 0488003678; canungraowls@gmail.com

Coomera Colts Soccer Club

WHAT: Mixed soccer teams to U11 and girls-only teams for U12 and U13.
WHEN: Girls-only teams train on Monday and Wednesday evenings, matches played Saturdays.
WHERE: Viney Park, Yaun Street, COOMERA CONTACT: 0414 591 813; info@coomerasoccer.com

Gold Coast Knights Soccer Club

WHAT: A family club that prides itself on their young player development, offering Tiny Tots, junior teams (boys and girls), and junior premier league.
WHEN: Contact club for training details WHERE: 181 Broadbeach-Nerang Road, CARRARA
CONTACT: 0498720038; gcknightsclub@gmail.com

Kingscliff District Wolves Football Club

WHAT: Lots of opportunities for girls to play, with many girls-only teams across U9 to U18 age groups.
WHEN: Contact club for training details WHERE: Walter Peate Oval, Corner Shell & Kingscliff Streets KINGSCLIFF CONTACT: info@kingscliffsoccer.com.au

Merrimac Football Club

WHAT: Merrimac Football Club has a mission to make football available to all players: boys, girls, and any ability. They offer a First Kicks and Mini Kickers Program for under 5s to under 7s, and a junior program for U8 to U18. They also offer school holiday camps and development programs.
WHEN: Training is on weeknights (day depends on age group) with matches played on Saturdays.
WHERE: 18 Fairway Drive, CLEAR ISLAND WATERS CONTACT: 0417 194 371; admin@merrimacfootballclub.com.au

Mudgeeraba Soccer

WHAT: A fun family club with lots of Miniroos teams for U6-U11, and girls teams from U11 to U18.
WHEN: Contact club for training details WHERE: Corner of Tallai & Old Coach Roads, MUDGEERABA
CONTACT: 0416 085 689; juniors@mudgeerabasoccer.com

Murwillumbah Warning Football Club

WHAT: This is a large club with lots of teams to play in, both mixed and girl only from U6 to U18. Girls can play in girl-only teams from U9 through to U18, so there’s plenty of opportunity for continuation of play and development.
WHEN: Training is weeknights with matches played on weekends.
WHERE: Les Cave Complex, Elizabeth Stree, and Jim Devine Field, Mooball Street, MURWILLUMBAH
CONTACT: 02 6672 5667; admin@mfcwarning.com.au

Musgrave Mustangs Soccer Club

WHAT: Miniroos and mixed teams with girls-only teams in U13 and U14 (subject to demand). Musgrave Mustangs Soccer Club is also proud to offer the Musgrave Inclusive Program making soccer available for children with disabilities too.
WHEN: Contact club for training details WHERE: Keith Hunt Park, Musgrave Avenue, LABRADOR
CONTACT: 0405 518 015

Nerang Eagles Soccer Club

WHAT: Mixed teams to U9 then girls-only soccer teams from U10 to U15 and adults.
WHEN: Contact club for training details WHERE: Glennon Park, Recreation Drive, NERANG
CONTACT: 5596 2692; admin@nerangsoccer.com

Ormeau All Stars Soccer Club

WHAT: Ormeau All Stars is very keen to develop its girls program. Contact the club to see what teams are currently available.
WHEN: Contact club for training details
WHERE: Norfolk Park, 5 Halfway Drive, ORMEAU CONTACT: 0450 112 633; administrator@ormeaufc.com

Pacific Pines Football Club

WHAT: Mixed boys and girls teams to U10 and multiple girls only soccer teams from U11 to U16.
WHEN: Details of training nights for each age group are on their website.
WHERE: Corner of Brockman Way & Pitcairn Way, PACIFIC PINES
CONTACT: 0435 056 399; juniorcontact@pacificpinesfc.com.au

Palm Beach Sharks Soccer Club

WHAT: Mixed soccer for U10s and girls only teams for U13 and U16. More girls teams may be added in the future if there’s enough demand. Palm Beach Soccer Club also runs their own “Squirts” program for girls and boys aged 3.5 to 5 years.
WHEN: Contact club for training details
WHERE: Mallawa Drive Sporting Complex, 81 Nineteenth Avenue, PALM BEACH
CONTACT: juniors@palmbeachsoccerclub.com.au

Robina City Soccer Club

WHAT: Robina City Soccer Club fields has mixed and girl-only teams for girls of all ages, and offers Tiny Tots Soccer for boys and girls too young to join a club team.
WHEN: Contact club for training details WHERE: Ron Penhaligon Way, ROBINA COMMON C
ONTACT: 0407239993

Runaway Bay Soccer Club

WHAT: A family friendly club welcoming girls into their mixed soccer teams.WHEN: Contact club for training details WHERE: Runaway Bay Sports Complex, Corner of Lae Drive & Bayview Street, RUNAWAY BAY
CONTACT: 0406 423 424; secretary@runawaybaysoccerclub.com.au

Southport Soccer Club

WHAT: Offering Miniroos and mixed boys and girls teams across all age groups.
WHEN: Contact club for training details WHERE: Ashmore Park, Mualla Drive, ASHMORE
CONTACT: 5539 6475; contactus@southportfc.com.au

Tallebudgera Valley Soccer Club

WHAT: The Talley Valley Tigers are a family friendly club offering Miniroos to boys and girls aged 5-11, and mixed teams to U13. There’s lots of room to grow at the Tallebudgera Valley Soccer Club!
WHEN: Contact club for training details WHERE: Coplicks Sports Complex, Corner of Andrews Road & Tallebudgera Connection Road, TALLEBUDGERA
CONTACT: 0421157851; tallyvalleyfc@hotmail.com

Tamborine Mountain Eagles Soccer Club

WHAT: The Tamborine Mountain Eagles Soccer Club offers the ‘kick off’ program for boys and girls under 5, mixed teams to U11, and girls only soccer teams for girls aged 12 years to adult. They also offer special skills and fitness training programs for girls aged 15 and above.
WHEN: Girls aged 12 and above train on Monday and Thursday evenings with younger girls training weeknights according to age group.
WHERE: Tamborine Mountain Sports Centre, 364-412 Long Road (Corner of Hartley & Long Road), NORTH TAMBORINE CONTACT: 0412161744; tamborinemteagles@gmail.com

Tweed United Marlins Soccer Club

WHAT: Fielding mixed boys and girls teams, and always looking out for more female players!
WHEN: Contact club for training details

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Hope this helped!

Maybe soccer isn’t for your child. What about baseball? Or basketball? Or maybe they can’t choose, so why not do a multi-sport program?

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Janine Mergler

Janine Mergler is a veteran Queensland teacher, graduating from QUT with a BEd majoring in Social Sciences. After many years in the classroom, Janine moved on to academia. She has proudly trained new generations of teachers in her role as a lecturer at Queensland University of Technology Faculty of Education. She has also worked in the Queensland Government as an education specialist, developing education resources and delivering community awareness programs to help families conserve water. Currently she is the owner and editor of Families Magazine, a publication specifically targeted at parents who value a quality education for children.  Janine leads a team of professionals who write about family lifestyle, early childhood, schools and education information and family-friendly events.

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