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PFA Clubs

PFA acknowledges and appreciates the support of its member clubs, including the importance of the work of each club in their respective communities.

Melbourne Rovers Soccer Club

Melbourne Rovers has a mix of players from different backgrounds, who range in age from 18 to 55. Melbourne Rovers runs social soccer, participates in Summer 7s, and during the winter play under Football Victoria affiliated clubs, including Yarra Jets, Darebin United and Maribyrnong Swifts.


Sexuality is not an obstacle for playing for Melbourne Rovers and their affiliated clubs.

Sydney Rangers Football Club

Sydney Rangers FC is Australia’s first and Sydney’s only gay and inclusive men’s football club, with its roots planted firmly within the wider sporting community in Sydney. For over 20 years, Sydney Rangers has built a competitive, social and diverse club that welcomes players of all sexual orientations and levels of playing experience.


The Rangers currently compete in the Canterbury District Soccer Football Association as a standalone club and have six competitive teams. They also host social soccer, small-sided tournaments and other events to engage the LGBTQIA+ community.

The Flying Bats Women's Football Club

The Flying Bats is a women’s community football club that promotes inclusivity, health and wellbeing, and creating a sense of community.


Based in Sydney with over 120 players, plus coaches and supporters, The Flying Bats play in the North West Sydney Women’s Football Association during winter and host small-sided tournaments and social events for the LGBTQIA+ community.


Brisbane Inferno Football Club

On the 4th July 2020, the Brisbane Inferno FC constitution was voted in at its inaugural AGM, thanks to a substantial effort from David and Jake. 

On the 5th of February 2022, Brisbane Inferno hosted the Pride Football Australia (PFA) Tournament for the first time. The tournament saw a 6-a-side competition and Brisbane Inferno FC vs Sydney Rangers FC playing for the Josh Cavallo Shield. Cr Vicki Howard attend on behalf of Brisbane City Council and Kate Lawson for Football Queensland. The CEO of Football Queensland, Robert Cavallucci, also attended the event and award ceremony, showing the growing support for our club within the Football Queensland community.

Following this event, Brisbane Inferno went into partnership with Brisbane Strikers Football Club and made Perry Park their new official home ground. Here is where Brisbane Inferno hosts weekly Wednesday night training and weekly Saturday afternoon mixed social soccer. New players are encouraged to come along, no matter their skillset or experience.

Pride, inclusion and diversity in sport

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