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Last updated 18 Feb 2024
Field 1 (Main Field)Closed
Field 2 (Full Size + U12/U13 sub-field)Open
Field 3 (9aside pitch + subfields A and B for 7aside matches)Open
Field 4 (9aside pitch + subfields A and B for 7aside matches)Open
Field 5 (7aside + U6/U7)Closed
Field 6 (U6/U7 + warm up space)Open
Field 7 (U6/U7 + warm up space)Open


2024 Season

Welcome to Virginia United FC, the home of The Mighty Reds! 

Registration for season 2024 is now open!

For all players turning 6 years or older in 2024, you must complete the following steps:

1. Register with VUFC using the button below:
- Note you have to be 18 years old to complete a registration;
- If a player is not yet 18 years old, their parent or guardian will need to register them;
- The player will be placed in to a team based on the age they will turn in 2024;

2. Pay your VUFC club fees - either in full, or by way of an approved payment plan:
- note that again in 2024 this does NOT include the Association fees;

3. Register in SQUADI. This will include the payment of your Association fees (Football Australia / Football Queensland):
- this activates your participation in competitions & insurance coverage for 2024;
- a player will not be placed into a team UNTIL this step is complete and payment has been made;

4. Allocation to a VUFC team by our Football Department once all the above is done.

Academy Support Program (ASP), FQ Academy (FQA) & FQPL players can participate by invite only & by club agreement.
If you have received an offer into ASP or FQA for Season 2024, you DO NOT need to complete a VUFC club registration. You MUST COMPLETE the SQUADI registration.

VUFC has a new playing kit for all Miniroos and Community Junior and Senior teams in 2024. Further communications regarding kit will be forthcoming.

Our REGISTRATION tab on our home page has all the finer details including options for payment etc.

To SIGN ON NOW & be part of another exciting year at Virginia United FC, please scroll through to the REGISTER button below .


VUFC join Brisbane United FC in Support of National Second Tier Expression of Interest

VUFC BUFC  Announcement

With the introduction of a National Second Tier of Australian football now firmly on the horizon, a new club – Brisbane United FC - has emerged with the goal of becoming one of Queensland’s representatives in the new national competition, mooted to kick off in 2024.

Led by current Wynnum Wolves President Rabieh Krayem and Brisbane Strikers Chairperson Julianna Suranyi, Brisbane United FC’s collaborative model has been established to bring the local football community together and ensure the city’s grassroots clubs and players are true stakeholders in the future of the sport.

Testament to the quality of our programs and growth over many years, Virginia United FC, is proud to have been invited as a tier one partner and have joined in support under the Brisbane United umbrella.

Brisbane United will have three main strategic goals – to represent all of Brisbane in the new National Second Tier; unite the local community for the good of the game; and make the sport more affordable for young players. These goals and vision align to the longstanding values of our club and we are proud to show our support.

For more information please check out the website:Home - Brisbane United FC. Brisbane's newest football club and video here describing why Brisbane United: Brisbane United FC - YouTube

Official partners of Virginia United FC