September League Updates

Our La Macelleria Monday Mixed Futsal Finals took place on Monday, with familiar foes GOLAZOS (pictured below) taking on Norfolk & Chance in the Grand Final. With their maiden Championship win firmly in their sights, GOLAZOS came out of the blocks strongly with five unanswered goals in the first half. Veterans Norfolk & Chance responded in the second half with three goals, but it was too little too late – with GOLAZOS running out 7-3 winners. Unathletico were too strong for Untouchables in the third-place playoff, winning 22-7.

In the other finals played on Monday, Kings of Brisbane proved too strong for NF Tractor Collective FC – winning by five goals to nil in the Somerville FL2. Purple Cobras claimed third place with a comprehensive 10-4 win over Flat Feet United.

Newcomers REDSEA have maintained their perfect form in our Elite Premier Futsal competition at Yeronga, with eight wins from eight. They hold a four point advantage over last season’s champions SAINTS, who are hot on their heels in second place. Tiki Taka and No Chance round up the top four, with our very own Brisbane Central representative team (who are “just warming up”) in fifth spot – get it together boys!

Camp Hill’s FL2 season is approaching the pointy end, with Dynamo Chicken Kiev sitting pretty at the top of the table on 38 points. Second-place The Gentlemen have also had a strong season and lie in second place, above Fiorentina Turner and Show Me Da Mane who round out the top four placings.

It’s a tight affair at the top of our Grill’d Tuesday Night Mixed table at West End, with just one point separating PADDINGTON PANSIES in first from Goal Diggers in second. Friend in Cheeses and We are on FIRE round out the top four.

In The Spaghetti House Wednesday Men’s Div. 1 league at West End, Reunited remain undefeated at the top of the table with five wins from five. Tough but fair have continued their strong start to the season in second place, with Dr. Waters Redux in third place, and Soton Express in fourth.

In Div. 2, our resident Italians Baffona lead the standings on 14 points. Underwater Squad are within reach in second place on 12 points, followed by Muy Picante and Trip Hazard in third and fourth respectively. Super Gueye are just outside the top four placings on goal difference.

Our jam-packed Ballistic Brewing Thursday Men’s league has NQ Fury at the top of the table, who remain undefeated from their seven games. Having played two games less, FNQ are also in top form with five wins from five. Unathletico Madrid are in third place with 14 points, two points clear of Go With The Flo in fourth.

Good luck to all teams on their upcoming games!

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Registration Form – Brisbane Central Futsal

We are excited to announce term 4 leagues kicking off early October and being played at Camp Hill State School. 

  • Junior League will be played Saturday’s 
  • Don’t forget to bring a water bottle.
  • Champions and Runners-Up will be awarded medals at the completion of the Grand Final for each age group.

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1 – Media releases, media articles – including newspapers, radio, television, printed publications and/or educational materials relevant to Brisbane Central Futsal/ Fire FC,
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3 – I agree that my or my child’s name and identity may be revealed in descriptive text or commentary in connection with the image(s),
4 – I authorise the use of these images without compensation to me.

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1. We will not allow harm to be caused to children and young people.
2. We will not cause harm to children and young people in our care.
3. We will eliminate, or else minimise, harm to children or young people in our care.
4. We will support children and young people who are victims or potential or suspected victims of harm.
5. We will report harm to children and young people to relevant authorities, regardless of who has caused the harm.   

In the running of a typical Brisbane Central Futsal/Fire FC event, the following forms of harm are most likely to occur:
1. A player running and tripping, causing physical harm.
2. A player getting hit by a ball, causing injury.

Brisbane Central Futsal/ Fire FC has appointed nominated persons (Maria Contoudios, Efraim Ferdinand) to handle incidents involving children and young people.  All incidents (actual or perceived) are to be reported directly to the nominated person either verbally or in writing and the nominated person must ensure the confidentiality of the complainant and other parties (e.g. child or young person and the alleged perpetrator).

The nominated person will evaluate the incident and respond with one or more of the following actions:
• Make changes to a service or activity and allow it to proceed or suspend or permanently stop it.
• Remove or replace the volunteers or employees who are providing or conducting the service or activity, subject to further investigation.
• Facilitate appropriate medical, counselling or other assistance to children and young people.
• Report the matter to relevant statutory or regulatory authority such as the Department of Child Safety or the Queensland Police Service. 
• The nominated person will record incidents reported to him/her, the action taken and other relevant details in the Incident Register (the Incident Register will be kept securely on the premises and only able to be accessed by authorised personnel).

Brisbane Central Futsal/ Fire FC will notify the parents/guardians of the children and young people about the incident if it is a major incident only (any minor injury or fall will be dealt with by the coach or relevant staff). Parents will be notified during pick up and where practicable, extend to them the appropriate level of support. Brisbane Central Futsal/ Fire FC will act fairly and reasonably towards all parties involved and will cooperate with relevant statutory or regulatory authorities in the event of an investigation. Brisbane Central Futsal/ Fire FC will put in place mechanisms such as an active monitoring program (in addition to implementing corrective measures) to ensure the incident does not reoccur.

I wish to register myself/my child in the Fire FC School Program herein after referred to as the “Program”). I hereby:

– Understand that there are potential and unforeseeable risks that may be associated with the program, which may result in injury whilst participating.   

 – Understanding the potential risks associated with the program, I agree to indemnify, release and discharge the Brisbane Central Futsal/ Fire FC and/or partners from all liability for any injury, loss, damage or costs/expenses caused, arising or incurred through my child’s participation.   

 – Acknowledge that Brisbane Central Futsal/ Fire FC & its staff/volunteers will take all reasonable care during the course of the program & I will not hold them responsible for any damage/loss to property and/or accidents. 

 – Authorise Brisbane Central Futsal/ Fire FC and its employees/volunteers to act on my behalf should I/my child require medical attention during the course of the program and indemnify them from any legal action in the cause of rendering myself/my child the assistant.

–  Confirm to the best of my knowledge that I/my child does not suffer from any medical condition other than those listed above.

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