End-of-season celebrations got underway on the Sunshine Coast over the weekend as all 25 junior and senior competitions reached the final round of matches.
Maroochydore led the way, with nine teams crowned Premiers including their Premier Women, Premier Reserve Women, Premier Reserve Men and 3rd Division Men.
Noosa Lions, who claimed six titles overall, took out the Premier Men’s division after finishing 12 points ahead of Beerwah Glasshouse United.
The largest winning margins belonged to Caloundra Red in the 4th Division Green and Noosa Lions Blue in the Under 15/16 (1) Boys, with both teams finishing 20 points clear in their respective competitions.
Sunshine Coast Football thanks every single player, parent, club, coach, volunteer or referee who took part throughout the 2020 season and congratulates all the Premiers.
We also thank McDonald’s for their ongoing and valued support of football on the Sunshine Coast.
McDonald’s Premier Men – Noosa Lions FC
McDonald’s Premier Reserve Men – Maroochydore FC
McDonald’s Premier Women – Maroochydore FC
McDonald’s Premier Reserve Women – Maroochydore FC
3rd Division Women – Cooroora United FC
3rd Division Men – Maroochydore FC Black
4th Division Gold – Kawana FC
4th Division Green – Caloundra FC Red
Over 35s – Noosa Lions FC
Under 18 Boys – Noosa Lions FC Gold
Under 15/16 (1) Boys – Noosa Lions FC Blue
Under 15/16 (2) Boys – Bribie Island Tigers FC
Under 15/16 (3) Boys – Flinders FC
Under 14 (1) – Maroochydore FC
Under 14 (2) – Beerwah Glasshouse United FC
Under 13 (1) – Noosa Lions FC
Under 13 (2) – Maleny Rangers FC
Under 13 (3) – Maroochydore FC
Under 12 (1) – Maroochydore FC
Under 12 (2) – Noosa Lions FC Blue
Under 12 (3) – Beerwah Glasshouse United FC
Under 16 Girls – Maroochydore FC
Under 14 Girls – Buderim Wanderers FC
Under 12 Girls (1) – Maroochydore FC Black
Under 12 Girls (2) – Caloundra FC