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Eastern Suburbs FC partner with Physio on Bayside

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Eastern Suburbs FC is proud to announce the appointment of Physio on Bayside ( as the provider of physio, sports massage and injury support services to the Club.

Physio on Bayside will provide an on-site clinic Monday to Thursday that will include appointment based services for “No Charge” Junior Triage Clinics and Private Physiotherapy Appointments.

Players, families and club supporters can enjoy an exclusive 20% discount to appointments scheduled at the ESFC clinic.

COVID-19 URGENT UPDATE 17 March 2020

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In light of the below FFA directive, there will be NO football activities at Eastern Suburbs FC until Tuesday 14 April at the earliest.  This applies to all training, games and social activities.  The Clubhouse will remain closed.

We will continue to keep you updated with more news and essential information as it comes to hand.

Stay safe everyone and we look forward to seeing everyone back in a month.


As you are aware, COVID-19 continues to be an evolving situation in Australia and across the world. 

Following ongoing consultation and collaboration with Football Federation Australia (FFA) in achieving a united position, the Football Queensland (FQ) Board of Directors earlier resolved to immediately postpone all Football Queensland administered, and all Football Queensland zone administered competitions effective immediately, including all training and associated football related activities.  

Working collaboratively with FQ zones, who were informed of this decision at lunchtime today, followed an ongoing assessment of the situation regarding COVID-19 based on consultation with other Member Federations and the FFA.  

Further details on the national position on COVID-19 and latest update on football participation from FFA can be viewed here.

Robert Cavallucci
CEO, Football Queensland

Coronavirus (Covid-19) update 16/3/2020

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Easts FC statement to Members and Players

With the Federal Government and now Football Federation of Australia issuing guidance as to the impacts on our game, Easts FC has made the following decisions to minimise the risks within our Club.

Effective immediately, ALL Miniroos and Komodo teams from Under 6 through to Under 11 that are not due to start competition until May, will have training CANCELLED until further notice.

Those teams already in competition NPL, NPLW, BYPL, Divisional and SAP will continue as normal pending any future guidance from the Governments, FFA and FQ.

For the teams still training we request:

  1. Just 1 parent drop your child at training and games and ask all family members if you are not essential to be involved in the game, that you stay at home so we can maximise the social distancing regulations being handed down.
  2. All children MUST bring their own water bottles and do not share such.
  3. Reiterate to your children that they need to perform safe hygiene practices such as washing their hands thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.

As more guidance information comes to hand we will continue to update our members and players.

Glen Brown

Club President

Eastern Suburbs Football Club

Football Queensland Statement

Good Afternoon Clubs,

Football Federation Australia (FFA) has today issued a circular providing an update to members regarding COVID-19 Guidelines for Football.

Please find the FFA Circular attached.

COVID-19 Guidelines for Football

 All football participants must play a role if we are to help slow the spread of COVID-19, including people organising, attending or supporting attendance at football activities.

Effective 16 March 2020, the following guidelines should be adhered to for all football activities, including training and matches.

  1. Before participating in football activities

Participants should not present to participate in football if they:

  1. have any flu-like symptoms;
  2. have been in direct contact with a known case of COVID-19 in the past 14 days;
  3. have travelled internationally or been exposed to a person with COVID-19 in the preceding 14 days; or
  4. are at a high risk from a health perspective, including the elderly and those with pre-existing medical heath conditions.
  5. Attendance at football activities
  • Only essential participants should attend football activities, i.e. players, coaches, match officials, staff and volunteers involved in operations and parents/guardians of participants;
  • Only attend as close as practical to the start of any football activity and leave as practically possible after;
  • Children to be accompanied by not more than one parent or guardian, if possible.
  1. Practice social distancing at football activities
  • Amend pre and post-match protocols so players and officials do not touch each other, e.g. no shaking hands, no walk out with player mascots;
  • When spectating or attending at a football match/training, ensure you keep a distance of 1.5 metres between yourself and others;
  • Restrict access to changeroom areas to only players, officials and essential staff;
  • If watching football and confined to a small area nearby other people, seek to move around the facility to avoid close contact with others.
  1. Hygiene and Behaviour


  • Ensure spaces at each facility, surfaces and objects are regularly cleaned with Disinfectant;
  • Provide hand washing guidance (;
  • Promote regular and thorough hand washing by staff and participants;
  • Provide sanitising hand rub dispensers in prominent places around the event (particularly entry or high use areas such as a registration desk, change rooms, toilets or kiosk);
  • Make sure hand rub dispensers are regularly refilled.


  • Cover mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when you cough or sneeze;
  • Provide bins and put used tissues in the bin straight away;
  • Wash hands with soap and water often;
  • Use hand sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available;
  • Try to avoid close contact with people who are unwell;
  • Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean.

Organisation of football activities:

  • Promote preventive actions amongst participants – lead by example;
  • Plan ways to reduce in-person contact for participants and staff;
  • Plan for increased levels of staff/volunteer absences;
  • Keep volunteers, staff and participants informed of actions being taken.

Football Queensland has been closely monitoring the situation as the health and safety of all members of the Queensland football community remains our priority.

Football Queensland will continue to work with FFA to provide updates as the latest information becomes available.

20-05 FFA Circular – COVID-19 Update (003)





East Sponsor Spotlight: BA Creative Web Design Brisbane

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This month we are turning the East Sponsor Spotlight on BA Creative – you’ve probably seen their sign on field one and their logo emblazoned on the MiniRoos shirts but do you know what they do?

BA Creative is a design and digital marketing firm based on Stanley Street on the border of East Brisbane and Woolloongabba. There are three main services that BA Creative offer: Branding, Web Design and Digital Marketing. Here is some more information on each of these services:


When people think of a brand the first thing that comes to mind is a company logo, but a brand is more than that. A brand is the overall personality of a business, it is what customers feel when they think of or interact with the company. A good example of a brand in action is right here at Easts FC. The Easts brand encompasses feelings such as trust, competitiveness and fairness – other football clubs may engender different feelings!

The way a brand is crafted will vary from business to business and from industry to industry. It often involves created a Brand Promise statement, designing a logo and other branding elements. But most importantly it involves engaging and focussing the people in the business. If everyone is clear on what the brand story is then telling of that story through interactions with clients in person and online is easier.

At BA Creative the branding process can take on many forms. Often clients are looking for brand tweaks and improvements while others are looking for a completely new brand.

Some successful branding projects undertaken by BA Creative include:, and

Web Design Brisbane

Is there a business out there that doesn’t need a website these days? Unlikely. A website is now a vital part of a company’s marketing strategy. A good website can be a lead generator, sales convertor, deal winner and much more.

At BA Creative they believe that getting the branding right is the first step towards a successful website. It is crucial to know what you want you want your website to say, how you want to say it and who you want to say it to. Once this has been established with a clear brand the web design process can begin.

BA Creative tailor each of their websites to the requirements of their clients. But even the most basic and simple BA Creative websites will feature the following:

  • Content Management System
    This is a system that allows the clients to edit the site themselves.
  • Mobile Friendly Design
    Making sure your website works well on all devices from smart phones to desktop computers is essential for two reasons. Firstly you need to ensure that all users have a great experience and are more likely to become customers. Secondly Google now uses the mobile friendliness of a website to help determine where it appears in there search. So if you want your plumbing business’ website to appear above the other plumbers in the area when some searches on Google, you better make sure it is mobile friendly.
  • Built For Google
    As well as being mobile friendly a website needs to tick a bunch of other boxes in order for Google to give it a good ranking. All of BA Creative’s websites are built with Google in mind.

Some examples of recent BA Creative design websites include:, and

Digital Marketing

Digital Marketing is a very broad term that encompasses a lot of things. For BA Creative it means getting your business noticed online and increasing leads, sales, enquires and general brand awareness.

Under the umbrella of Digital Marketing BA Creative offer these services:

  • Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
    This is another broad term that covers lots of things but, in essence, it means making sure that your website is found when people search for relevant words and phrase. At BA Creative they take SEO on step further and look at not just increasing visibility of the site on search engines but also increasing hits and, most importantly the conversion of hits in to customers.BA Creative’s SEO service includes a monthly report that provides their clients with up to the minute statistics about how their sites are performing. But more than just raw stats the report also provides genuine, personalised insights and recommendation for improving SEO performance.A great example of BA Creative’s SEO service is Just Us Lawyers. Just Us wanted to promote their Conveyancing Brisbane service and chose BA Creative to help. A website overhaul was conducted followed by an ongoing campaign of reports, recommendations and changes that have transformed the website’s SEO performance. Try searching for Conveyancing Kelvin Grove and see what site comes top of the list!
  • Google AdWords
    As well as getting websites to the top of the search engine rankings BA Creative can also undertake Google AdWords campaigns to display ads for business on Google’s network.An example of BA Creative’s AdWords service is Megadent – a business specialising in the removal of dents from cars with the need for filler and paint. Megadent recently relocated to Melbourne and BA Creative were charged with creating an AdWords campaign that brought up ads at the top of Google when certain keywords were searched for. Try searching for paintless dent repair Melbourne to see if it worked!
  • Social Media
    Social media is now used by millions of business, in fact most businesses now have some kind of social media presence. BA Creative help clients devise a social media strategy and can also help create engaging content.

That completes the Easts Sponsor Spotlight profile of BA Creative. Get in touch with Pete Accini and his team to find out more – don’t forget to mention where you heard about them!

BA Creative
Web Design Brisbane
904 Stanley Street East, East Brisbane
3393 2047