Greater Springfield’s Sporting Facilities, Venues & Clubs

Greater Springfield has a fantastic local sports community, for both adults and kids. For children, sport is a great way for them to build self-esteem and social skills, while keeping them active and healthy. With sports such as soccer, tennis, swimming, golf, canoeing, netball and more on offer around the area, there’s always room for new players in Greater Springfield.

The sporting community within the region is continually growing as a result of the development of the Springfield Central Sporting Complex. Discover what Greater Springfield has to offer you within the following sporting venues, facilities, and clubs.

Sporting Venues and Facilities

Springfield Central Sports Complex

Springfield Central Sports Complex has been developed to meet the need of a growing community within Greater Springfield. The newly developed facility hosts; 4 mixed-used ovals, 8 sports fields, 16 netball courts, 8 tennis courts and 3 clubhouses. Majority of sporting clubs within the region are now located at this facility:

  • Springfield United Football Club
  • Springfield Lakes Netball
  • South West Wildcats Netball
  • Greater Springfield Sports (AFL & Cricket)

The complex is also host to many other recreational facilities, including playground equipment, recreational pathways, BBQ’s, public toilets and car parking facilities.

Brookwater Golf & Country Club


Greater Springfield is home to the Brookwater Golf & Country Club, which is the regions primary club for all ranges of golfers. Immerse yourself in a premium golf experience and optional extras.

Brookwater’s Golf Academy is the place within the region to improve your golf swing through extensive golf tuition. Learn more about Brookwater Golf’s Golf Academy and book a session!

Brisbane Lion’s AFL Stadium

Construction has kicked off for Greater Springfield’s newest purpose-built $70 million dollar Springfield Central Stadium – Brighton Homes Arena, dedicated to the Brisbane Lions. Once complete, the stadium will bring the community substantial traction, especially with the train station right next door for easy access. With up to 10,000 spectator seats and modern amenities, the stadium will provide a high-performance sports centre for men’s and women’s teams.

Learn more about the Lion’s stadium!

Sports Clubs

Springfield United Football Club

Springfield’s local soccer club is Springfield United Football Club. The club is affiliated with Football Queensland and participates in both junior and senior football competitions.

  • Juniors range from under 6’s to u16’s.
  • Seniors play within skill-based competitions U18’s and above.

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Springfield Lakes Netball Club

Springfield’s local netball club hosts a range of teams, ageing from 5 years to 18 years of age. Springfield Lakes Netball Club is a fantastic local sports club which operates from February through to September.

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Greater Springfield Cricket Club

Together with Queensland Cricket, Greater Springfield Sports has created an excellent cricket program, suitable for both junior and senior players. The club is growing in popularity and catering for all ages. Register for both Junior Cricket and Senior Cricket or email cricket@gssports.com.au to get in touch with the club and we’ll see you at the next game this season!

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Greater Springfield Storm Club

The newly established AFL club has teams in both junior and senior competitions.

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Greater Springfield Auskick & Junior AFL

The Greater Springfield sports club offers AFL training and games under two programs: AusKick and Junior AFL. The Greater Springfield AusKick program operates in centres throughout the country and offers weekly coaching sessions for boys and girls.

For players aged 12-14, the focus of Auskick turns to developing skills and tactics, while continuing to enjoy fun and safe play of the game.

For 16-18-year-old players, these skills are developed further into the professional level.

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