About Us

Noosa Eagles Soccer Club

Mixed footballNoosa Eagles Soccer Club is part of the Sunshine Coast Churches Soccer Association (SCCSA). The SCCSA was established in 1974 and became incorporated on 18th November 1988.

Today the SCCSA has over 3500 junior members and 450 senior male and female players. SCCSA and Noosa Eagles Soccer Club foster the opportunity for players to play and develop their skills in football in a safe alcohol and drug free environment on Friday night and Saturdays.

There are 19 clubs covering the entire Sunshine Coast region from Caloundra to Noosa and west to Nambour and the Range.


Football AssociationGirls and boys footballNoosa Eagles Soccer Club was established in 1987 and was previously known as Noosa Good Shepherd Lutheran due to the Club’s home ground being based at the school on Eumundi Road, Noosaville.

The Club’s original colours were maroon, grey and gold. Today they are gold and black.

The Club caters for junior players only from Under 7’s to Under 12’s. Players come from local schools including (but not exclusively) Good Shepherd Lutheran, Noosaville State School and Tewantin State School.  The Club is growing every year and encourages mixed teams with girls and boys.

Soccer ClubThe Club’s main focus is fair play for all players despite skill level.  Each player has the same amount of time on the football field as their team mates.  We are here to build confidence and provide healthy fun activities to encourage physical and social growth in each child.

Please note – You do not have to be a member of a local church to register a player with the Association.



We accept FairPlay vouchers as part of the registration fee from all eligible parents, carers or guardians and are one of the cheapest football Club’s on the Sunshine Coast.

Carol Vinson MatildaGirls and boys football teamThe Club is privileged to have an ex-Matilda football captain, coach the more senior teams. Carol Vinson was a Midfielder / Forward. She was born in New South Wales and was a fast, determined and tenacious player.

She scored against Thailand in Australia-s 1988 tour of China, and captained Australia in the third Oceania Cup in 1989 and again on a tour to Japan. Her greatest moment came in the 1991 World Cup qualifiers when she scored an incredible six goals against Papua New Guinea.

In all she played 19 games and scored 12 goals for Australia, including 13 A international appearances.

Football President

Football committeeThe current Club President is Kirsty Patten and the committee is run by volunteers. All of our committee members are parents of the junior players and make sure the Club runs smoothly on game day.  Any fundraising activities incorporate the whole Club and are supported by local businesses.

The committee welcome you to Noosa Eagles Soccer Club and are confident you will have an enjoyable football experience at the Club!





Come and join our amazing Club