Aspley Hornets

Aspley Hornets AFL club

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The club was established in 1964 and developed primarily as a junior club, serving the communities of Aspley, Carseldine and developing areas now known as Bridgeman Downs, Albany Creek, Eatons Hill, Bracken Ridge and Brendale.

During the 1970s and 1980s it became necessary to move into senior football to provide a path from juniors through to senior football, without players needing to change clubs.

The club now caters for the full range of football from age 6 years with Auskick, through to Super Rules for the over 35s.

The Clubhouse business has grown in line with our football operations. From a community hall to a basic bar operation to the thriving community hub it is today, the Aspley Hornets boasts a large restaurant, comfortable members lounge, sports bar and lounge bar, a bottle shop, a café area, function rooms, al fresco dining as well as poker machines, Keno and TAB facilities.

Aspley Hornets
Aspley Hornets

Home Ground
Stitz’s Paddock, 50 Graham Road, Carseldine

Aspley is a suburb of of Brisbane, located 13 km north of Brisbane’s CBD. It is positioned on flat ground south of Cabbage Tree Creek, centred on Little Cabbage Tree Creek and on the surrounding hills to the east and south. The suburb derives its name from Aspley Hall in Nottingham, England.

1985-86-87-88-89-90, 1992, 2014 (NEAFL), 2017