It’s coming down to the wire in the Flight Centre Premier League with just three points separating the top three going into this weekend, and the Lions boys will be doing everything they can to keep up the pressure on the top two.
Lions FC 1 (Shepherd 20′) Heidelberg Utd 1 (Ellis 71′) AET HT 1-0 FT 1-1 If there’s one player you’d have as first choice for a penalty shootout, it’s Lions keeper Luke Borean who once again was the hero of the night as Lions FC
Lions FC (QLD) will host Heidelberg United FC (VIC) in the first of the National Premier Leagues (NPL) 2018 Semi Finals on Tuesday 18 September at Lions Stadium. Tickets are $5.00 for adults, $2.00 for children and is a ticketed event so all patrons MUST have a ticket on entry. Lions FC narrowly defeated the
Lions FC 1 (Madle 4′) Edgeworth Eagles 0 HT 1-0 Marek Madle’s early first half strike proved to be the decisive goal in a tight National NPL Quarter Final against Northern NSW NPL Champions Edgeworth Eagles. The hosts got off to
Lions FC 2 (Reardon 59′; Madle 95′) Olympic FC 1 (Whyte 12′) AET HT 0-1 FT 1-1 Marek Madle’s extra time goal proved the difference as Lions came from behind to claim the NPL Queensland League and Grand Final double at the first time of asking. In front
Lions FC 0 Adelaide Utd 1 (Goodwin 32′) HT 0-1 Lions FC narrowly lost to Hyundai A-League side Adelaide United in the FFA Cup on Wednesday night at Perry Park but were comfortably the better side for large periods of the game and were desperately