About Pine Hills FC

About Pine Hills FC

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Pine Hills FC is an inclusive, modern, forward thinking, football club. Our drive for excellence has been recognised by FFA with our National Club Accreditation Level 2 Award. We are the first club in Brisbane to achieve this level of national accreditation.

Below, we have outlined the club's vision, mission, values and objectives. as well as our unique approach to being a strong community, football family. It is important for players, parents and family members to understand our values and determine if we are the right club for you.

Football Federation Australia: The overall aim of the National Club Accreditation Scheme (NCAS) is to raise standards and to recognise and reward quality clubs, which ultimately contributes to quality football experiences for players, volunteers and parents.

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We aim to help our members become great footballers, and also great people, who live out our values of Discipline, Humility and Respect. 

We strive to create a positive and structured environment, that enriches all members, while being flexible to new and emerging footballing opportunities. 

We aim to continue to grow junior and senior participation levels year-on-year by attracting new players to the game, while retaining existing players through our dedicated player pathway program.


We are a football community with a long and proud history that 
provides a positive, strong and supportive family football culture 
and environment, which is open and accessible to all. 

We are committed to helping players become the best footballers on and off 
the field as well as ensuring the continuous improvement of coaches, officials and volunteers. 

We strive to provide the highest quality facilities, and the 
promotion of sport in our community through affordable participation in football.


Pine Hills FC follows a wholistic approach to football, emphasising both on-field and off-field member skills, knowledge, behaviour, support and development.

Our aim is to develop great footballers - whether at club, regional, state and national level.

We follow a methodical approach to player training and development, combining the technical expertise of our experienced coaches supported by a detailed ‘Pine Hills Way’ football curriculum. 

We support all our coaches to undertake ongoing accredited coaching programs, to ensure we remain at the forefront of best practice coaching philosophies. 

We believe in a ‘football for life’ player retention approach, promoting multiple player pathways covering all skill and age group levels.

We strive to be the friendliest and most welcoming club in Brisbane, embracing all members like they are family, 
with the goal of introducing more people to the great game of football.


Discipline - Controlled, focused and structured effort for ongoing development and improvement. 

Humility - Modest, humble (not showy); recognise our limitations and value other’s contributions. 

Respect - Recognition, consideration and valuing of others feelings, 
beliefs and efforts.

Pine Hills FC Football Family Member Standards

The key attributes for being a Pine Hills FC player, coach and family member are discipline, humility, and respect.

Discipline - in terms of self control, attendance at training and games, within your team role and your attitude and approach to training and games.
Humility - we treat winning and losing with the same grace. We maintain a firm hold of our ego and recognise that all members of our football family have a right to be here.
Respect - for the club, family, team, teammates, coach, opposition, officials, oneself and the game.

Continued failure to demonstrate these traits will lead to the player, coach or family member to be asked to leave the club, irrespective of position or purported ability of the player or coach.

Football Playing Style - "The Pine Hills Way"

All top Senior teams, Men and Women and all top level junior teams play the same style of football. This allows an easy transition from junior football to our senior teams.
All teams whatever level are encouraged to play the "Pine Hills Way".
It is our stated aim to have our senior teams filled with players who have been through our junior development programmes.
All players in the club are encouraged to be masters of the football, have the ability to beat their opponent, understand excellent positional play, and develop an excellent first touch. This begins at U6 and does not stop.

Football Style of Play – Statement


At Pine Hills Football Club, we will play with a proactive attacking style of play, with rotation and player positional fluidity, from a starting 1,4,3,3 formation. We will play an effective and efficient possession based game using a structured build-up when appropriate, but using the fast counter attack when available.

We will look to create goal scoring opportunities through creative individual skill or by inventive combination play.

Defensively, our priority is to win the ball back as high up the field as possible by collective pressing and take advantage of a disorganised opponent. If this is not possible we will look to direct the opponents play is such a way as to make it predictable.

This style is underpinned by highly intelligent players with a strong, positive, winning mentality

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