2021 will see Western Pride FC once again enter teams in all age groups of the NPL Wommen's competition from Under 14's through to Senior Women.
Under the direction of of our dedicated coaching team, WPFC will provide a safe and nurturing environment for players to grow and develop their footballing skills and passion.
The National Premier Leagues Women’s is the top female football competition in Queensland, underpinning the W-League.
The 2021 season sees a number of new teams added to the competition, bringing the total number of clubs to 16. Queensland Academy of Sports sides will continue to participate in selected age groups.
The Football Queensland Premier League (FQPL) Women’s is the state’s second tier of football in Queensland, underpinning the National Premier Leagues (NPL).
The FQPL Women’s launched this year after the mid-season NPL split and features the nine clubs that finished in the bottom half of the NPL table that season.
These nine clubs will play each other once for the remainder of the 2021 season, with the top side promoted to the NPL in 2022.
Despite Pride finishing the first leg of the NPL season in eighth place, our senior side will compete in the FQPL Women's competion as the QAS side are unable to be relegated.
Interim Senior NPL Women's Head Coach
Under 23's NPL Women's Head Coach
Under 16's NPL Girl's Head Coach
Under 14's NPL Girl's Head Coach
Western Pride FC, a proud member of the Everton International Academy Affiliate Programme, will hold Talent Identification Sessions in October for the 2022 season.
All sessions will take place at Briggs Road Sporting Complex, Briggs Road, Flinders View and places are limited.