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Toowoomba Soccer: Your Nearest Clubs, Lessons and Programs

Admiring Harry Kewell’s fancy footwork or David Beckham’s moves? If you reckon your kids could also Bend It Like Beckham, Toowoomba has some fabulous options on offer to help them develop their soccer skills and meet some great friends.

Toowoomba Soccer Lessons and Programs

Stop wayward soccer balls shooting off randomly by enrolling your 3-5 year olds into the Football Squirts Program which will teach them basic skills and correct technique. Organised through Football Toowoomba, they will learn different drills, games and practices through non-technical coaching. It’s also great for kids unable to be registered to play.

The Simply Magic Holiday Clinic is also a great way to improve ball control and soccer skills. Held over 3 days, it involves targeted, fun filled, quality coaching for U6 – Under 14 years.

If it is soccer lessons you’re after for your kids, check out Ginger Sport. They offer exciting, fun and energetic soccer sessions for 2-10 year olds. Each session has limited vacancies ensuring more personal attention is given to your child whilst they participate in soccer-themed activities promoting play-based learning and emotional and physical wellbeing. They also offer soccer camps, soccer childcare, inflatable soccer world, soccer parties and weekly programs.

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Your Nearest Toowoomba Soccer Clubs

Garden City Raiders Football Club

Caters for U6 to Seniors

Training at Middle Ridge Park, Stenner Streeet, Toowoomba


Gatton Redbacks F.C.

Caters for U6 to U16 years

Training is at Brooks Field, Jackwitz Field Dixon Oval, Lee Oval


Highfields Football Club

Caters for players from 4 years of age right through to ladies and mens.

Training is at 220 Barracks Road, Highfields


Laidley Soccer Club

Training is at Laidley Recreations Grounds, Edward Street, Laidley

Simply Magic Soccer Clinic is offered here.

www.laidleysoccer.com.au / www.facebook.com/laidleysoccer

Oakey Soccer Club

Caters for U6 to U15 years

Clubhouse located at the Federal Sporting Grounds, Oakey


Pittsworth Vikings Soccer Club

Caters for U6 to U11 years

Clubhouse located at Short Street Pittsworth


Rockville Rovers Football Club

Caters for U6 to Seniors

Home Ground and Club House is located at Captain Cook Ovals in McGregor Street, Toowoomba.


South Toowoomba Hawks

Caters for U6 to Seniors

Club house is at Harristown Park, Cnr Croxley and Talbot Street, Harristown


St Alban’s Sports Club Inc.

Caters for U6 to Seniors

Training is at Middle Ridge Park, Stenner Street, Toowoomba


West Wanderers

Caters for U6 to U15 years

Clubhouse and training is at Neil E Robinson Park, Hume Street Toowoomba

http://www.westwanderers.org / www.facebook.com/West-Wanderers-Football-Club

Willowburn Football Club Inc

Caters for U6 to Seniors

Training is at Commonwealth Oval, 1 Wattle Street, Toowoomba


Withcott Football Club

Caters for U6 to U16 years and 1 Men’s side.

Training is at Springbrook Park, Withcott


Indoor Soccer Options

If you’re not keen about your kids playing in the rain, why not give indoor soccer a try. It’s speedy and adrenaline-riddled but a great fun. Highfields Football Club also offers indoor soccer at the Highfields Indoor Sports Centre. Teams range from U7 years to Seniors.

Or join the ruckus of indoor soccer teams at Toowoomba Indoor Sports located at 31 Spencer, Harristown. Ph: 07 4635 9999

If you are looking for more things to do with your family in Toowoomba – check out our huge round up too!

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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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