Established in 1983 Queenstown Associated Football Club started with approximately 50 members; it now boasts over 300 members and is the Premier Club within the Central Otago region.
Today the club is at the head of the community operating under a team of committed volunteers. Our club fields men’s and women’s teams in the Football South Premier League competition. Our junior teams play in the Central Otago competition.
Queenstown Events Centre
Joe O’Connell Drive
In recent years the playing turf has been re-laid, the ground boasts a home grandstand making for the most enjoyable spectator experience.
OTHER TRAINING LOCATIONS
- There is moderate (>2.5mm p/hr) rain forecast for two or more hours before or during (morning) game times
- the temperature is 5 degrees or less
Queenstown Association Football Club – Strategic Plan 2020-2024
Football is the World’s favourite sport.
Queenstown Association Football Club (QAFC) is in its relevant infancy and yet is already a successful club. This is largely due to the dedication of past and present committee members. The club has some solid foundations and currently has a members in excess of 300.
Like all sports and clubs we operate in a challenging and changing environment. The importance of remaining relevant, competitive and focussing on our values remains a vital part of our strategy.Our strategic plan outlines the vision, mission and goals for the club over the next four years from 2020-2024.
To provide our players, coaches and families a culture that works towards common goals and builds character, leadership ability and confidence.
To inspire players to develop a love of the game in a safe, neutral environment where individuals can reach and surpass their personal goals whilst having fun and enjoyment.
“Football has to be FUN for kids, otherwise it doesn’t make sense”
Support the development of all male and female players irrespective race or religion.
Good sporting behaviour
COMMITTEE MEMBERS AND AMBASSADORS
ABOUT THE COMMITTEE
For 2023 the committee has been reorganised with some new members and new Secretary, Vice-President and President.
The committee is currently coordinating with Football South and other local and national organisations to plan out the 2023 season which will hopefully include more opportunities at all levels to play football more regularly and in some new formats.
We look forward to sharing these changes with you in 2023!