Alexandra Hills Bombers

Alexandra Hills Bombers AFL club

Alexandra Hills Bombers AFL logoAbout
The Alexandra Hills Football Club was formed in 1980, as the Capalaba Australian Rules Football Club, and debuted in the SQAFA 2nd division in 1981.

Lighting for the training purposes consisted of a ring of car lights. In 1982 the club moved to Alexandra Park, Alexandra Hills. The club had a canteen and change rooms, and its first lighting consisted of only three light poles.

The club became incorporated in 1989 and a year later a clubhouse was built with the club becoming known as Alexandra Hills Australian Football and Recreation Club Inc. to reflect the surrounding area it had now moved to. In 1998 the full field floodlighting was constructed to allow night-time football. The following year the club changed its name to Alexandra Hills Sporing Club, and in June 2000 the newly renovated clubhouse was opened.

In 2005 the park was named Keith Surridge Park after life member and long time club volunteer Keith (Bulldog) Surridge. Many volunteers have had an immense sense of pride in seeing the growth of this club and its membership, from the grass roots level, established by the Abell family, to a fully licensed function center with catering available.

Alexandra Hills Bombers

Home Ground
Keith Surridge Oval, 8-10 Windemere Road, Alexandra Hills

Alexandra Hills is a suburb in Redland City, located 22 km from Brisbane’s CBD. Alexandra Hills sits between two major areas of Redlands, with Cleveland to the east and Capalaba to the west.