Senior News

The senior arm of the Kingborough Lions United Football Club caters for both male and female players.  The Club strives to have teams playing in the highest possible competitions in Southern Tasmania while recognising the need to cater for players who wish to participate at a “social level”.   The competitions are under the umbrella of Football Federation Tasmania and all competitions are run in accordance with FIFA Regulations.  The club is community based and is always actively recruiting players and enhancing the playing environment.

Latest Senior News

Young Lions SAP Registrations Open for Cycle 3 2104

Young Lions SAP Registrations Open for Cycle 3 2104

Young Lions SAP Registrations are open for Cycle 3 2014

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Victory League Coach's Diary WE 21 July

Victory League Coach's Diary WE 21 July

Coach's Log - Week 3 Coach's Log Week Ending 21 July 2014

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Training Ground Fence Erected at St Aloysius

Training Ground Fence Erected at St Aloysius

Thanks to all the KLUFC Volunteers who dug in early Saturday morning to get the 'Ball Catcher' fence up at St Aloysius Huntingfield Campus. a great turnout, lots of laughs and a wonderful morning smoko from the ladies. Roar with the Pride !

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Junior Girls Fun Clinics

Junior Girls Fun Clinics

KLUFC is running a series of fun participation players for girls U6 to U12 at Lightwood Park for all players in Schools and Clubs in the Southern area. The first of these will be on Saturday 5th July and will be very special with ex Matilda Sarah Walsh putting in an appearance.

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Media Release: Victory League Coach Changes - 2014

Media Release: Victory League Coach Changes - 2014

Kingborough Lions United FC would like to announce that after the weekend’s game against Northern Rangers, Head Coach Stephen Pitchford tendered his resignation. The club would like to thank Stephen and his assistant Dirk Gadd for the work that they have done with the KLUFC Victory League team over the course of the season.

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