Noosa Council

Cooroora United Football Club wish to thank Noosa Council for their recent contribution to improvements to the Cooroy Sports complex with new floor covering in the clubhouse and a new Hot Water system recently installed.

For information on the Noosa Council please visit their website at or Facebook 

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Season 2017

Dear Cooroora United Football Club members,

Preparations are underway for the 2017 season!!

This is the link CUFC Information Pack which includes the Self Registration Guide and Fee Schedule. All information for the upcoming season will be found within this package. Please feel free to share this information with anyone who may be interested in playing next year.

Online Registrations for the 2017 season will be open from 9 January 2017.

Players can register and pay online without the need to attend a sign-on venue.

The club will still be holding Sign-on/Information days at Cooroy Library from 9am – 12pm on 21 January 2017 and Saturday 28 January 2017, for those requiring Paysmart, assistance with registration, purchase of socks/shorts, and for general enquiries.

The following links will provide you with the SCF 2017 Yearly Planner and 2017 SCF Player Age Eligibility.

Two important things I wish to highlight –

1) Players will only be able to register in their own age group – see CUFC Information Pack

2) SCF has reduced fees for U10, U11 and U12 GIRLS – see Fee Schedule.

Most questions will be answered within the attached documents, however if you have any queries please email me on

I wish you and your families all the best for the festive season and look forward to an enjoyable and successful 2017 both on and off the pitch.

Kind regards

Megan Grennan

Michael Devaney

18 May 2016

Dear CUFC Members

It is with great sadness that the club advises of the recent passing of one of our appreciated and dedicated members, Michael Devaney.

Michael was a committed coach of our under 9 Jaguars this season and the club would like to express its deepest condolences and thoughts for Michael’s family and his team.

Michael’s efforts and contributions to the club will not be forgotten by us all here at CUFC.

As a mark of respect and appreciation, the club has requested from the federation, a minutes silence to be expressed during all junior and senior competitive matches this weekend, as well as all CUFC junior and senior competitive players to display black arm bands whilst playing to again show our thanks to Michael and his contribution to the club.

Again our thoughts and best wishes are with Michael’s family during this difficult time.

Yours Sincerely

Tony McCarthy
Cooroora United Football Club

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What’s app Wombats?

cooroora united appCooroora United Football Club is raring to go this season.

Their sign-on days take place at Cooroy Library on Saturdays 30th January and 5 February from 9.00-11.30am and the club would love to welcome more players in all age groups.

But the question for all Wombats supporters is whether you’ve downloaded your Cooroora United app yet?

You can download it by searching for Cooroora United in the Apple App store or Google Play or click here – it’s free to download and will keep you updated with all that’s going on with the club.

On it you’ll find all the club contact details, events, directions to all other clubs on the coast, wet weather notifications and you can use it to send us pictures for the Wombats Wall of Fame.

As the club gets ready to kick off for 2016, they also got some great news in the form of one of their most loyal sponsors.

The Cooroy Community Bank branch of Bendigo Bank will be supporting Cooroora United again this season and club treasurer, Emma Wright was on hand to celebrate the presentation of a $2,500 cheque this week. Emma said that while that last season’s cheque helped produce the club app and this year, proceeds will renew the Community Bank’s sponsorship of the club for the eighth year.

“We’ve really appreciated the sponsorship from the Cooroy Community Bank branch for a number of years and their commitment to us so early in the year allows us to plan for projects that will see the club continuing to offer such great facilities for all lovers of our game,” she said.

Geoff said the Cooroora United sponsorship continues to be a great fit for both parties.

“I think everyone knows of the wonderful club here at Cooroora United and we’re really happy to be on board again this season. I’m really looking forward to cheering the teams on at a home game in the cooler months ahead and we hope this sponsorship helps the club score some more goals in 2016.” Geoff said.

Anyone looking to become involved with Cooroora United can also get in touch by contacting the club through the Cooroora United app or any of the numbers on its website.

For more details on the app contact