The Gap Soccer Club - 17A Glenaffric St.
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The Gap FC is an Australian football (soccer) club from The Gap, a suburb of Brisbane. The club was formed in 1955, and currently competes in the Brisbane Premier League . The club's distinctive gold and purple colours have been with the club since its earliest days and derive from the name of the suburb (GAP – Gold and Purple).
The Gap previous match was against Western Spirit in Brisbane Premier League, match ended with result 2 - 2. The Gap fixtures tab is showing last 100 Football matches with statistics and win/draw/lose icons. There are also all The Gap scheduled matches that they are going to play in the future.
Shop. Clubhouse. Contact. The Gap Football Club Incorporated. PO Box 69, 25 Glenaffric St, 4061, The Gap, QLD. Email Club Secretary: firstname.lastname@example.org. Juniors enquiries. Miniroos age groups (U6-11): email@example.com. BYPL and Divisional age groups (U12-16): firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to The Gap Football Club The Gap Football Club, based on Brisbane's North Side with approximately 800 playing members. Great facilities, boasting a quality playing surface, 4 large change rooms, licenced clubhouse and separate canteen facility.
GAP YEAR. GAP YEAR + COLLEGE CREDITS. The SMI gap year program offers the unique opportunity to study and play soccer at a high level in Italy by attending Rome City SC, our professional soccer academy. The objective of Rome City SC is to develop our players tactically, technically, and physically and to prepare them for a higher level of soccer. At the same time, our athletes attend two academic courses each semester: Italian and SMI Methodology (coaching course).
Folsom Soccer Club’s Summer Academy is a program designed to bridge the gap between recreational and competitive soccer for players born in 2014 and 2013. Our program introduces players to more structured training while maintaining all the fun that comes with playing with friends. We view the U7/U8 Academy as an essential part of a young player’s development.
The Socceroos still sit second on the table, with 10 points from five games and a positive goal difference of five. Saudi Arabia have 13 points, while Japan have closed the gap to just one point ...
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Director - Youth Boys + High Performance Miniroos – Chris Murdoch. Email. Director – Marketing, Social Media and Sponsorships – Ellie Terry. Email. Director - Buildings – Chris Thames. Email. Director – Fields and Maintenance – Neil Skinner. Email. Director – Squirts + U6-U11 Goannas – Marina Maxwell.