brisbane olympic fc

Despite the loss, Brisbane Olympic FC remain one of the teams to beat this season. After defeating Gold Coast United, Sunshine Coast Wanderers and Moreton Bay United they are now on a roll. They have scored eight goals in three matches so far and are currently top of the table.

Moreton Bay United

Quite simply, Moreton Bay United vs Brisbane Olympic FC is a matchup between two of the most storied teams in the game. The two clubs have each won over half of their games at their respective home grounds, but the competition is fierce. The teams were matched up in a grand final in 2015, which the Jets won on the back of a hefty goal difference. In the semi-final, the Jets fell short, losing to eventual champions Blacktown City. However, the Jets were the better team, and had the better goal scoring performance in the match.

South West Queensland Thunder FC

Despite being a relative newcomer, the South West Queensland Thunder FC is a semi-professional soccer club that competes in the National Premier Leagues Queensland. Founded in 2012, the club plays its home games at Clive Berghofer Stadium, located on Mary Street on the eastern fringes of Toowoomba’s CBD. It is named after the club’s biggest sponsor, Clive Berghofer, a local philanthropist and property developer.

While the South West Queensland Thunder is a relative newcomer in the soccer world, Olympic FC Brisbane has been around longer and boasts a richer history, including two championships. For the ages, the South West Queensland Thunder’s home ground is Clive Berghofer Stadium, which was formerly known as Athletic Oval.

Lions FC U23

During the recent season of the National Premier Leagues (NPL), the Brisbane Olympic FC U23 played the Lions FC U23. The two teams drew three games and won one game. Both teams have done well during the season and both teams have reached the Grand Final of the NPL. The NPL is Australia’s second highest level of football. During this season, Olympic FC qualified for national rounds of the FFA Cup on two occasions. It has also accumulated some notable players.

Brisbane Olympic FC U23 and Lions FC U23 are two Queensland state teams that play in the NPL Youth League. Both teams have had good results this season and they both have played well against each other.

Sunshine Coast Wanderers

Considering the Sunshine Coast Wanderers has already played six games this season, their opponents for the match of the day might be a bit on the conservative side. However, a close look at their statistics reveals a team that has been in good form, especially on the road. The team has won two out of three games at their Away Stadium, and have only conceded one goal in the process.

The team is in the top ten of the Queensland NPL Women, and if they can maintain their current level of form, they could be in line for a maiden trip to the Championship Round of the competition.

Gold Coast United U23

Getting a chance to play the Gold Coast United U23 in person would be the stuff of dreams for any player of the calibre. While the city of Gold Coast may not be the sexiest city in the world, the game will be a hoot if you can get there on time and in one piece. Despite the glitz, the city is not short on amenities or good eating and drinking places if you know where to look. Some of the best food and drink in town can be had for a modest fee.

NPL Queensland Grand Final at Goodwin Park

Having secured the NPL Queensland Premiership title, Olympic FC are now set to represent the state in the Australian NPL play-offs. Head coach Ben Cahn will lead a combined NPL All-Stars and Queensland State Team Men’s squad for the first time.

The club has also performed well in the NPL Queensland competition, finishing 10th and eighth in the past two seasons. In 2013, Olympic won the NPL Queensland premiership by beating Moreton Bay United 3-1.

Olympic have made an impressive start to the NPL Queensland competition, winning five matches so far and currently sit second in the table. They also qualified for the NPL Australian play-offs and will face Redlands United on Saturday.

Top scorers list

Originally known as Pan Rhodian soccer club, Olympic FC is a semi-professional soccer club based in Brisbane, Queensland. The club was founded by Greek immigrants in 1967. After joining the Queensland Soccer Association, the club changed its name to Olympic FC.

Originally based in Brisbane, the club competed in the Queensland State League (QSL) from 1999 to 2008. The team joined the Queensland Soccer Federation (QSF) in 2008. The club moved to the Queensland Premier League (QPL) in 2008. They have also competed in the Queensland NPL (National Premier Leagues Queensland) and the Queensland NPL Youth League.