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Gold Coast United Women win the League

Gold Coast United Women celebrate their 2020 #NPLWQLD League win (Kyoko)    Three years after entering the National Premier Leagues Queensland competition, the Gold Coast United Women have delivered the club’s first senior silverware. Stand proud, sing loud Ladies, you are the Football Queensland #NPLW Premiers, the 2020 League Champions. In an challenging season you’ve…

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Gold Coast focused for top of the table clash

Gold Coast Women united, celebrating a recent goal (Kyoko)    Saturday night’s clash between Lions FC and the Gold Coast United FC Women looms as a circuit breaker in this year’s Football Queensland National Premier Leagues competition. Equal on points at the top of the league ladder, a win for either side will go a…

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New Heads of SAP confirmed

Shane Robinson, Mason, Zara, Barry Saunders & Matt Hay       Gold Coast United FC welcomes Barry Saunders and Matt Hay to the coaching staff, the pair bring further quality and experience to the junior coaching female ranks and along with Shane Robinson will head the club’s SAP Boys & Girls programs.   Technical…

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Goff on board for Gold Coast United!

Kat Goff on debut against Lions FC (Kyoko)    Kat Goff makes the trip to Logan Metro today as part of the Gold Coast Untied squad keen to continue their undefeated run in the Football Queensland National Premier Leagues Women’s competition. Making her debut off the bench in United’s recent 2-0 win over the 2019…

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Bella Habuda joins United

Bella Habuda joins Gold Coast United       The big news keeps on coming with Bella Habuda arriving at the club for the 2020 Football Queensland Women’s National Premier Leagues season. The 23 year old from Windsor, Ontario joins us after a season in Europe playing for Austrian club SK Sturm Graz and has…

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Experienced Trio back in frame

Neesa Doyle, Jayde Lowe & Joy Forsyth back in 2020       United have been strengthened by the re-signing of the experienced Jayde Lowe, Neesa Doyle and Joy Forsyth, the trio having played over 200 games in the top tier of the National Premier Leagues Women’s competition.   Coach Alex Bundalo knows how important…

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Anita Leś joins United

Anita Leś on board for 2020     Experienced defender Anita Leś has signed for the Gold Coast United Women’s 2020 squad. With over 60 matches to her credit in the Women’s National Premier League competition in Victoria, coach Alex Bundalo is excited about Anita signing. “Having someone of Anita’s skill and experience is huge for…

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Corbett commits!

Zoe Corbett in action against Lions FC in 2019 (Patrick Kearney)     Zoe Corbett is the latest player to confirm she’ll be back for the Gold Coast United Women in 2020. After coming into her own in the back end of 2019, the tenacious attacker is focused on getting herself super fit for the…

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Experienced defender joins United

Tayler Stevens has signed for the Gold Coast United FC 2020 Women’s squad     Women’s coach Alex Bundalo is delighted to have signed experienced defender, Tayler Stevens, for the 2020 season. The 24 year old centre back started her football on the Coast and returns next year determined to make an impact for Bundalo’s…

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Talented duo get chance

Attackers Amy Langworthy & Chloe Burns, added to the Gold Coast United 2020 Women’s squad       An opportunity for another two young Gold Coast footballers to test themselves at the top level in 2020 with Amy Langworthy and Chloe Burns handed their first senior contracts in the Gold Coast United Women’s squad. Graduates…

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