Welcome to Dayboro Dingoes

Come Try Day - Postponed

Our come try day has been postponed unfortunately due to the weather. 

It will now be held on Saturday 5th February from 9am to 10am at the Dayboro Soccer Field (Donn Kerr Memorial Drive Dayboro).

If you cannot make the sign on day this Sunday 6th Feb please register online following the instructions on our Registrations page.

We look forward to seeing you all soon. 

Update for 2022

About the club

The Dayboro Dingoes Soccer Club is one of the smallest clubs in the North Brisbane region, delivering its community the opportunity to play the world game. There's a simple reason soccer is the world's most popular sport - kids have fun playing football!

Seasons run for 18 weeks from April to September
Dayboro teams are a mix of boys and girls, ages 5 and up
Teams play a mixture of home and away games on Saturdays (Under 6 & 7's are only between Dayboro and Samford)
Training days/times are chosen by individual coaches & teams
No games on school holidays

Important Dates in 2022

  • Come & Try Day: Thursday 3 Feb 2022, 4pm to 5pm (Don Kerr Memorial Drive)
  • Sign On Day: Sunday 6 Feb 2022, 9am to 12pm (Don Kerr Memorial Drive)
  • Registrations close: 28 Feb 2022
  • Team announcements: TBA
  • Registration Fees due: 1 Mar 2022 (fees must be fully paid before you can play)
  • 2022 Season: 22 April 2022 to 10 September 2022
  • U6-U12 matches commence Sat 22 April 2022


Please note, weekly match fees are now included with registration fees at the start of the season.

U6 to U12
U13 to U14
First Child    $280      $290
Each additional Child    $245     $255

FairPlay Vouchers

Parents, carers or guardians can apply for a voucher which can be used towards sport and active recreation membershipClick here to find out more.

Payment Information

Payments can be made online during registration, via eftpos at the clubhouse or by direct deposit:
BSB: 633-000
Account: 163 698 616

ABN: 76 143 128 494

Got a question?

 New  Skills  Coach

New Skills Coach Stitch Jones & Club President Scott Price

Thank you to Parents

Thank you to all the parents who have been assisting in setting up and dismantling the fields at home games.  As the old saying goes “many hands make light work”.

Working Bee

The club house will be re-painted in the coming holidays so we will have a working bee prior to this on Sunday 20th June from 9am to 12pm to clear out tables and chairs and clean the floor. More hands will make the job quicker and easier. Please contact Ivy Cruice if you can assist.

Team Photos

Saturday 7 August at the Club House.  All teams have home games on this day.


Club Presentation & 20 Year Celebrations

Save the date - Sunday 12 September.  Further details will be provided closer to the date.


Training Shirts

We are excited to have all our players wearing their 2021 training shirts.   A big thank you to all our sponsors whose financial contributions allow us to supply these to our players.

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Covid Check-in

A reminder under the COVID guidelines all parents must check-in each time they attend a training session or game day using the COVID safe App check-in located at the club.


Code of Conduct for Spectators


Our commitment

Our club is committed to providing a safe environment for participation. Aggressive, threatening or other inappropriate behavior by members, their families, their friends, and other sporting personnel while attending a game or event will not be tolerated.

These behaviors are outlined in our Code of Behavior and specifically include:

     using bad language

     harassing or ridiculing players, coaches, officials or other spectators

     making racist, religious, sexist or other inappropriate comments to players, coaches, officials or other spectators

     any threatening behavior or physical altercation between spectators and players, coaches, officials or other spectators

     putting undue pressure on children, berating them or putting down their performance

     drinking at a game or training or being drunk at a club event.

What we will do

     Provide members, their parents and other sporting personnel with our Code of Behavior and make clear what is expected and the consequences of non-compliance.

     Where possible, bind non-members by prominently displaying conditions of entry to grounds and facilities and by requiring parents to abide by club rules (e.g. by making parents associate members, signing our Code of Behavior).

     Reinforce messages of fair and respectful behavior by displaying signs and posters around our facilities and providing information on our website, in our newsletter and through other club communication.

     Encourage our coaches and officials to complete training to develop their skills and confidence.

     Ban bringing alcohol to training, a game or no-alcohol club event.

     Consult with our local police and seek their support and advice on how to handle issues involving inappropriate behavior by spectators prior to, at or after a game.

     Encourage the reporting of incidents and investigate inappropriate behaviors as outlined in this policy and take disciplinary or whatever other actions as are deemed necessary (e.g. appoint a ground official to monitor behavior).

     Encourage our players, coaches, officials and spectators to call the police if they are concerned about escalating behavior and their safety or the safety of others.

What we ask you to do

     Help create a positive atmosphere for players, officials and other spectators by showing respect for players, officials and other spectators.

     Abide by our club’s Code of Behavior and refrain from using bad language, harassing or ridiculing others or behaving in a threatening or violent manner.

     If you are aware of inappropriate spectator behavior and you feel confident to do so, speak with the person and ask them to stop. If there is a ground official or committee member present, ask for their assistance.

     Report any inappropriate spectator behavior to the club president or someone in a position of authority.

     Call the police or a club official if you are concerned for your safety or the safety of others.


Parents or others found to have behaved inappropriately, and who are associate members or have agreed to abide by our club's Code of Behavior and this policy, may face disciplinary action as outlined in our Member Protection Policy.

Positive Feedback....

Hi there Dayboro Dingoes,
I just wanted to send through some thanks and appreciation to the young ref who umpired our game today. Under 9’s against our team Deception Bay Dragons.

I tried to catch him after the game however he was gone. Please forward my thanks.

He was very professional, fair and most importantly very encouraging to the young kids and gave them support and tips throughout the game. He is an asset to your club.

Thankyou 🙏

2021 Season Update

We recently completed our club 2020 Annual General Meeting at which the following committee were appointed:

President – Scott Price

Secretary – James Bennett

Treasurer – Troy Wienert

Registrar/Team Liaison – Ivy Cruice

Webmaster/Social Media  - Megan Riddle

Grounds Officer – Michael Holyoak & Tom Hess

Referee Coordinator – Jen Graham

Coach Liaison – Scott Price

Sponsor Liaison – Scott Price

A big thank-you to the above people for happily taking up the positions. We look forward to a fantastic 2021 season with the assistance of the parents of our little Dayboroos.

Thank-you & farewell

We would like to acknowledge the outgoing committee members Tony Robinson, Kylie Brias and Sandy Burnett for their commitment and dedication over many years but especially this very challenging year. As it worked out these three members did not have any children playing at the club in 2020 and yet they contributed and made a successful season for the children of others. This is a shining example of community selflessness and commitment.

2020 Season wrap

This year we had several teams compete and almost all players returned once the season was allowed to finally commence after lockdown. We introduced a number of new children to football (soccer) and many came from other sports that were not able to recommence. A big thank-you must go to our all of our coaches and managers for 2020 in making a positive difference for our children. The fitness, socialisation and mentoring that team sports provide our children was especially evident this year.

All teams competed very well this year with our top team, Under 12’s, finishing an impressive third on the ladder.

We had a tragedy at the club during the season with the passing of Louise Schmidt. A truly genuine person totally committed to her husband Jason and three beautiful young children, Sarah, Grayson and Zoe. Louise’s warm smile and reassuring presence will live on in her wonderful children.

Special Awards

A big congratulations goes to Evan Wienert for being awarded the 2020 Club Player of the year. A quiet player who leads by example on and off the field, committed to training and never letting his teammates down.

The 2020 Club Most Improved was awarded to Aston Young from Under 8 Blue. The level of improvement shown from his first season in 2019 was very impressive and was just rewards from his dedication at training. Always smiling and with a gritty determination Aston has battled his self-doubt to help his team win all but one game in 2020. Congratulations Aston and your teammates for a great season.

2021 Season

Our Sign on Day for the 2021 season will be Sunday 7th February from 9am to 12pm. A draft draw has been released by Football Brisbane with the first games scheduled for the first weekend after the Easter holidays. Under 12 and Under 13 teams will have grading games commencing 5th March 2021. The 2021 registrations fees will remain the same as 2020. The club website has now been updated with the draft 2021 season details.

We will have a “Come and Try Day” for potential new players to the club on Thursday 4th February 2021 at 4pm at the club. Please let other family’s know about it if they have a child interested in football.

Skills Training

The club is in the process of recruiting a Football Skills Coach for the 2021 season. Unfortunately due to the disruptive nature of 2020 season one was not obtained. If you know of anyone who has extensive Football coaching experience of children, ideally certified, and could commit to 1-2 afternoons per week for a few hours then please let them know to contact our club President - Scott Price (044 738 4179 or president.dingoes@gmail.com). This is a paid position.


There may be spots open for Dingoes Sponsorship for 2021. If you or anyone you know has a local business that would like to sponsor the Dayboro Dingoes then please have them contact our sponsor liaison (Scott Price) via email sponsorship.dingoes@gmail.com.

Warm Regards

The Dayboro Dingoes Committee

The Howl - October 2019

Under 12 2019  Grand  Final &  Premiership  Winners

Under 12s Grand Final Winners & Premiership Winners with Coaches Rebecca & Ben

2019 Season


Our club has just successfully finished the 2019 season!  This year we had 102 players (girls & boys) up from 86 in 2018 and 77 in 2017.  Our 102 players came from 65 families, and we welcome our new families and hope you are around for many years to come.  The club fielded 11 teams in 2019 and out of the 11 teams were two teams in competition, the Under 13s an Under 12s.   Congratulations to our under 12s who were undefeated in the 18 rounds and defeated Newmarket in the Grand Final. 


We are extremely grateful to the following individuals and businesses that have assisted our club in 2019.  These include –

  • Our wonderful sponsors who we encourage everyone in our community to support –

Gold Sponsors - Heathwood Concreting, Holland Price Accounting , FIX Podiatry, Craig Doyle Real Estate, Dynamic Autocare, HMM Transport. 

Blue Sponsors – Comptech Express, Your Physio Dayboro, Dayboro Acupuncture & Massage Therapy, The Dayboro Bakery, Dayboro Chiropractic, Pitstop Café, David Baccinelli Insurance, Dayboro Medical Centre, LTG MetalCrafts, Dayboro Medical Centre, IGA Dayboro, S Hansson Electrical, Dayboro Village Meats, Cruice Brothers Air Conditioning, Mobile Diesel Services Brisbane, Your Place Mortgage Brokers.

  • Kylie Brias for successfully securing a Federal Government Grant which allowed the club to purchase new goals and other equipment.
  • All our fabulous volunteers including our team coaches and managers.  The Club is so grateful to you all for stepping up and taking on these roles. 
  • Our hard working President, Tony Robinson and all our committee members.  Special thanks to Rick Laur – Referees Coordinator, Jean Smith – Canteen Coordinator, Jane Baccinelli – Secretary who are retiring from these roles in 2019 we are grateful for your dedication to the clubs success.


Thank you to all our families that attended our AGM and Trophy Presentation Day who purchased from our canteen as we raised $600 for the Drought Relief Charity.  The club will make an additional donation to round this figure to $800.


Sincere Condolences


We offer our deepest and sincere sympathies to Claire Scoles and her family following the devastating loss of her husband Chris Scoles, soccer dad of Eden (under 11s) & Step-dad of Max (Under 12s) and former coach of our Under 10s in 2017.  A number of parents from our club attended Chris’s farewell service on the 14 October which was a beautiful celebration of Chris’s life.  The club has made a donation to the Dayboro Sheriff’s Fund on behalf of Chris.  We encourage club members to either make a blood donation to the Blood Bank or a financial donation to the Dayboro Sheriff’s Fund  BSB 633000 & Account 163275365 (please use Chris’s name as a reference).


 Skills Training


Commencing Monday 4 November for 6 weeks.


  • Under 6 to Under 9s    3.30 – 4.30
  • Under 10 to Under 13s 4.30 – 5.30


These free skills training sessions are open to all children in our community who are interested in playing for our club in 2020.  For further information please contact the club.  Follow our Facebook Page or Dayboro Dingoes Website for communication regarding cancellations due to weather.

Sunday Afternoon Soccer

All those aged 16 and over are welcome to come along for a game of soccer at or club to be held every second Sunday afternoon at 4PM commencing 27 October 2019.  For further information please contact Scott Price at coachliason.dingoes@gmail.com  .

2020 Registrations

Sign on day will be in early 2020 with the date yet to be confirmed.   Follow our Facebook Page or keep an eye on our website for updates regarding Sign On Day.

Team Photos & Trophies

These will be available at the skills sessions on the 4th November.

Old Goals for Sale

Expressions of interest are open for the large old goals located near the waterhole.  If you would like to purchase one of these please contact Megan on 0419 684 689.

Tips to becoming the perfect football parent!

Make sure your child has a blast at game day and become the perfect football parent!   Here are 9 tips to help you along the way -

  1. Focus on your child’s efforts and performance rather than whether they win or lose. At this age children are playing football purely for fun. There is no evidence to suggest winning is a motivating factor in keeping them playing. Praise them for effort, sportsmanship and skills rather than worrying about the scoreline.
  2. Remember that children learn best by example. Appreciate good performance and skilful plays by all players. Cheer when the opposition score and clap when one of their players has a good run with the ball. Your children will notice.
  3. Volunteer at our club to show them you are engaged with their sport as much as they are. Try a committee role, coaching or see if they need help in the canteen on match days. Don’t be shy to put your hand up and help out where possible. 
  4. Parental behaviour is absolutely critical in ensuring that young players enjoy an appropriate environment in their formative years of playing football. Respect officials’ decisions and teach children to do likewise.
  5. A major focus should be on letting the children play with minimal instruction and plenty of encouragement. Let them play. It’s a game after all!
  6. Show appreciation for volunteer coaches, officials and administrators - without them, your child could not participate.
  7. Spending time with their friends is a key motivating factor for girls’ sports participation. Give them time to hang out and chat before and after games. They will enjoy the social side as much as the match – and so will you!
  8. Learn the rules so you can support your team where necessary. 
  9. Applaud players when they are substituted and let them know they will soon be back on the pitch. It will help them understand rotating players is a normal part of playing football and ensure they do not feel they have done anything wrong.
Last updated 3 Jun 2022
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