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.  To keep up to date subscribe to the Club's Mailing List.

Latest Senior News

Urgent  - Youth/U18 Washouts Saturday 23

Urgent - Youth/U18 Washouts Saturday 23

Due to ground closures at Gormley and condition of Lightwood Park 1, the following games have been postponed and will not be played this weekend.

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Lions Release PS4 NPL TAS Coach Ian Shaw

Lions Release PS4 NPL TAS Coach Ian Shaw

Effective immediately Kingborough Lions United FC have released PS4 NPL TAS coach Ian Shaw. Shaw will be moving to another Southern NPL club for season 2017. The Lions brought Ian Shaw to the State in late April with a drive to obtain a top four spot in 2016.

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SAP and Discovery enrolments for Cycle 3 are now open

SAP and Discovery enrolments for Cycle 3 are now open

SAP and Discovery enrolments for Cycle 3 are now open - we are going to ramp up activities during this third cycle and hope for some kinder weather conditions - Roar with the Pride !!

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July Holiday Programs for Juniors 2016

July Holiday Programs for Juniors 2016

Over the 2016 July School Holidays we are running lots of fun activities for juniors. We have five holiday clinics on offer. Book now to avoid disappointment. We welcome all players but they need to be registered with a club or school.

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Kingborough Lions Southern Tasmanian Football (Soccer) Hub Vision - kicking goals

Kingborough Lions Southern Tasmanian Football (Soccer) Hub Vision - kicking goals

The Kingborough Lions United Football Club has kicked off its bold vision to develop a world-class Southern Tasmanian Football Hub at Kingston with the release of a $790,000 plan to turn the Lion’s Den into the premier soccer ground in Tasmania.

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