Maroochydore Roos

Maroochydore Roos AFL club

Maroochydore Roos AFL logoAbout
The Maroochydore Roos Australian Football Club was formed to complete in the Sunshine Coast Australian Football League, which was formed in 1970 and continued until 1992.

The Roos compete in the QFA North Competition. With arguably the best playing surface in the league, we are based at the Fisherman’s Road Sports Complex at Maroochydore.

The complex features 3 AFL grounds, soccer fields, netball courts and clubhouse with top-of-the-range change rooms with views over the 3 football fields.

The Roos are considered a strong club on the Sunshine Coast and throughout Queensland which also boasts the largest Junior Club on the Sunshine Coast through the Maroochydore Junior AFC.

New players are encouraged to come down and have a run – the team trains at Maroochydore Multi-Sport Complex, Fishermans Road Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6pm during the season.

Maroochydore Roos

Home Ground
Fisherman’s Road Sports Complex, Maroochydore

Maroochydore is an urban centre on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, located 104 km north of Brisbane. Andrew Petrie during his 1842 exploration of the coast gave the name Maroochydore to the area. It was derived from the word “murukutchi-dha” in the language of the Brisbane River Aboriginal people who accompanied Petrie on his exploration. It literally means “the place of the red bills” that is the black swans.

1970-71-72, 1974, 1978-79, 1982-83-84, 1986, 1989, 1993, 1995-96