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NAB - We Pay, You Play

Football Queensland (FQ) and National Australia Bank (NAB) have partnered to grow football across the state with financial help to both football members and clubs. The ‘We Pay, You Play’ initiative (**assisted by Nexus Partners) will give football members the opportunity to have their club registration covered and provide clubs with vital financial support. If a registered football club member or club associate takes out a NAB home loan, investment loan or business loan, NAB will pay Football QLD a referral fee (via Nexus Partners) up to the value of 0.44% (inc GST) of the loan amount which will go towards paying your season registration fees. Any surplus amounts will go towards supporting y

Hard fighting Redlands go down to reigning Champs

Redlands United have gone down to National Premier League Queensland ladder leaders and 2017 NPL Champions Western Pride 5-0 on Friday night at the Cleveland Showgrounds. It was a hard fought battle between the two sides and the score does not reflect just how well Redlands performed under the constant pressure of the best attacking teams in the league. However, one thing is for sure is Golden Boot leader Dylan Wenzel-Halls will have nightmares about Redlands goalkeeper Andrew Ralph after his best performance between the post. "Ralphy did extremely well, he got tested and it could've been an awful lot more if it wasn't for him," Redlands United coach Nick Dibbs said. "At the end of the day i

It's your club....  and it needs your help

Redlands United is one of the oldest and most respected football clubs in Australia. We have a rich 100 year history which has seen us compete successfully at the very top level of football in Queensland. Unlike some other clubs, we operate on a not for profit basis. Our club, YOUR CLUB, exists solely for the benefit of it's Members. ALL OF IT'S MEMBERS!! Our club is effectively run by volunteers. We keep our overheads as low as possible. To this end, we only have one full time and one part time members of staff. This means that nearly everything that is done at the club, falls on the shoulders of volunteers. We are extremely lucky to have a solid core of volunteers that he

Magpies come from behind

Magpies Crusaders United have come from behind in the second half to secure a vital three points with a 5-3 win over Redlands United in Mackay on Saturday night. Redlands got off to the best possible start as the Magpies Crusaders gave away a penalty which Alex Warrilow slotted into the net. Magpies Crusaders started to settle into the game and had opportunities in front of goal but were unable to convert any of their chances which allowed Redlands to capitalise. Redlands had the opportunity to double the lead with a free kick as the ball put into the box went untouched but it went wide. However, Redlands didn't have to wait long to have another golden chance but this time they were more cli

Red Devils back in the winners circle

Redlands United are back in the winners circle after forward Alex Warrilow bagged a hat-trick during a come from behind victory against North Queensland United (NQU). After a string of losses including bowing out of the FFA Cup, the Red Devils have sealed the three points in a 3-1 victory. Redlands were without central defender Lloyd Harrington who is out with an injury. NQU opened the scoring after captain Corey Walpes was able to invade Redlands defenders and intercepted a wayward Redlands pass to hit the ball in the back of the net. But after halftime, Redlands saw Jake Sherwood and Jayden Prasad take to the field in replacement of Scott Sargent and Luke Hendrix which changed the game. Wa

Redlands down in two

Redlands United have gone down for the second time this week with a 3-0 loss to Olympic FC on Sunday evening. Earlier in the week, Redlands found themselves out of the FFA Cup Preliminary round after a 3-0 loss to 2017 Round of 32 qualifiers Peninsula Power. While the 3-0 scoreline tells one story, on the field Redlands found themselves unable to score taking a number of crucial chances. The team have also been hit with a number of injuries to key players including central defender Lloyd Harrington, midfielders Sam Langley, Graham Fyfe and Scott Sargent which forced Redlands coach Nick Dibbs to bring in his U20's players into the squad. In the end, they couldn't compete against the strength

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