Metro Men preseason begins January 18

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2023 Coaching expression of interest

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2023 Women’s teams expression of interest


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2023 Under 14’s, 16’s and Under 18’s Expression of Interest


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2023 FQPL First team & under 23’s trials

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Opinion Piece from Head Coach Luis Melgar- our first transfer to Brisbane Roar, the June transfer window, our experience with NPL youngsters.

With the June transfer window now been and gone, making it our 6th window we’ve been a part of. Our head coach Luis Melgar reflects on our movements plus shares his opinion from an LMFC point of view of our experience with local talent and NPL pathways.

Our major movement was our first transfer out to the Brisbane Roar, with Marsden State High School student Eremugo Debele moving from LMFC, his first senior football club to the Brisbane Roar under 18’s.

Ollie Nijimbere joins LMFC from Easts. Mesbah Photography

Plus we also brought in Logan local 19 year old attacker Oliver Nijimbere from Easts after playing the majority of his youth football there plus a handful of first team games at the NPL club.

“We are all super proud of the recognition and opportunity Eremugo has earned himself in signing with the Roar academy. 16 year old Eremugo applied himself from day 1 in pre season and stepped up to the challenges we presented him in training and during the games, getting exposed to U23s and senior football after he established himself as our number 6.

We believe youth players can develop faster and better with exposure to training and playing at quality senior program.

The club has made no secret of its mission statement of “discovering and developing local talent” and this is a prime example of that.

Playing out of Compton Park in Woodridge, we are surrounded by clubs that represent almost every level of the Football Queensland competitive football pyramid.

Despite only being 10 years old we’ve quickly established a respected and well known senior football program, playing in QPL4 this year and aiming to gain promotion into FQPL3 and beyond in the coming seasons.

Part of our success has been offering talented young players a genuine opportunity to represent the club at senior level if they possess the quality.

Unlike larger clubs, young talented players at Logan Metro do not have the same risk of getting “lost” or “locked in” to playing in their age groups due to the stockpiling of talent and sometimes politics involved in playing paid senior footballers ahead of younger talented ones.

We’ve demonstrated our commitment to a fair approach and have seen local talent choose to switch from NPL, FQPL1/2 set ups, to come and be part of our football program that promotes and plays players on merit.

This season we’ve had local youth players from Western Pride (Geofrey Maru), Easts (Charles Griffin & Ollie Nijimbere), Rochedale (Eremugo Debele), Holland Park (Jacques Musabwa) all make the decision to join our program, establish themselves in the senior squad, helping us achieve our goals and joining other established LMFC players with NPL experience including our captain Jean-Mike Jabo (Brisbane City) & Jayden Ferguson (Brisbane Strikers)

We know that football is the number 1 grassroots sports played across the country BUT we also understand their is a big drop off from incredibly talented players when they hit the late teens or early 20’s.

Our message to any youngsters out there playing U16-U23 in NPL or QPL 1/2 football is, you could improve the rate of your development by playing senior football at Logan Metro FC. Feedback we’ve received is the noticeable difference in training standards, pace of the games, increased focus and tactical understanding required to be successful.

Our recent track record speaks for itself, we stand by and demonstrate our belief that if you’re good enough you’re old enough and don’t need to navigate some of the politics that can cause young talent to fall out of love with the game.

If anyone reads this and is interested in getting in touch please feel free to contact me directly at [email protected]

In the mean time we’ll continue to be Proudly Logan. Discovering and developing local talent. Chasing the fairytale. Always staying inclusive. “

Luis Melgar
Head Coach
Logan Metro Football Club

Beam sponsors Logan Metro Football Club for 2022 season

  • Beam unveiled as a major sponsor of LMFC’s 2022 season
  • LMFC players have received grants of Beam credits to travel to and from games
  • LMFC celebrates its 10-year anniversary during the 2022 season, with a new home and away kit to mark the occasion

With the local football season in swing, the Logan Metro Football Club has unveiled its first ever micromobility sponsorship, with Beam joining the LMFC family and sponsoring the club’s 2022 season. 

Queensland’s largest micromobility company has partnered with LMFC to offer club players requiring financial aid free e-scooter commutes to and from training and game days. 

Over 70% of LMFC’s players live within Logan Central, with the youth players walking up to 6km each way to attend training and matches. 

Beam’s Brisbane State Manager Pieter van Heerden said: 

“We’re thrilled that our expansion into the Logan region has given us the opportunity to partner with the Logan Metro Football Club, and immerse ourselves as part of the local community – and a great bunch of hardworking and talented young players. 

“With the number of training sessions and matches the LMFC youths play in a season, we’re glad to be enabling a convenient and carbon-free journey for players – especially those who require financial support. 

“But most of all we’re excited to be cheering the teams on from the sidelines throughout the season, and expect LMFC’s 10th anniversary season to be their best one yet!”  

Logan Metro Football Club President Samuel Escobar said:

“We’re so proud and excited to be partnering with a brand like Beam to offer a real & innovative solution to the transport issue a lot of our players and community face.

“Many of our players currently walk to and from training and games, with this partnership enabling them to access a convenient alternative. 

“Since our inaugural year in 2012, this football club has been pushing the envelope and leading the way with innovative and unique ways of doing things on and off the field.

For our 10 year anniversary we couldn’t be prouder to be partnering with Beam and offering this service to our players.”

Logan Metro Football Club under-18 player Filmon Mehari said: 

“Like many of the other players, I travel to and from the Club three times a week, for training and games, walking 30 minutes home after a hard training session.

“Having Beam support in getting to and from the club more quickly saves so much time and energy each week, and ensures I show up on the field able to play my best.” 

LMFC u18 player Filmon commuting to training through Logan Central. Mesbah Photography

About Beam

Beam is Asia Pacific’s largest shared micromobility company. We are on a mission to turn little drives into better rides and make cities flow better for everyone. 

Shared micromobility is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world, and we’re leading the way in Asia Pacific with operations in Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Thailand, Turkey and Malaysia. In collaboration with cities, we bring a safe, affordable and sustainable new mode of transport to citizens with our fleets of self-driven small electric vehicles. Following our recent US $93M Series B round, we will be expanding our operations to Japan and Indonesia.

Within Australia & New Zealand, Beam has operations in Auckland, Wellington, Whangārei, Whanganui and Palmerston North, Sydney, Lake Macquarie, Canberra, Adelaide, Brisbane, Townsville, Port Douglas, Magnetic Island, Mackay, Perth, Bunbury, Esperance, Hobart, Launceston and Burnie.

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Logan Metro Football Club can confirm it has parted ways with Hummel as our apparel partner.

Unfortunately, the partnership didn’t work out as agreed & planned with several timeframes and expectations not met over the last 6 months.

This has left the club in the unacceptable position of being close to mid season without any apparel for our senior players and supporters.


Going forward, the club has proactively reached out to local & reputable brand VETO Sports to help us find a solution to our current situation.
We’re super proud & grateful to announce VETO Sports will be providing all our on and off field apparel for our 10 year anniversary season in 2022.
VETO has also already begun manufacturing playing kits, training shirts and all other custom apparel with a time frame of only 3 weeks.


Josh McKee, General Manager Veto Sports-

VETO SPORTS are thrilled to be working with Logan Metro FC in their 10 year anniversary season and beyond. The club’s values, inclusiveness and strong sense of family mirror that of ours and we can’t wait to share such a special year with the club. Compton Park will be rocking!”


Other items already in stock have already been provided to the club for distribution to our players.

Our online shop has also been updated with new items including jackets, hoodies etc. CLICK HERE TO VISIT OUR ONLINE SHOP

The club will be in contact with players about collecting their gear in the coming days.


2022 MiniRoo Key Details

Below are all the details any 2022 Logan Metro FC miniroo parent or guardian must know !

Committee contacts-
Sam Escobar | 0411 312 413 | [email protected]
Elsa Yanes (secretary) | 0430 043 523 | [email protected]


Key Dates-
Round 1- Saturday 23 April
School Holiday  break- 3 weeks, June 25, July 2, July 9
Last game- September 10

Game Day procedures-

  • arrive 30 minutes before kick off
  • Arrive in full uniform (jersey, shorts, socks) Plus with boots and shin pads. Also a water bottle
  • Notify your coach as early as possible if you can’t make it.

Wet Weather procedure
Fields that are closed due to wet weather will be listed on the Football Queensland website below. Your coach should also confirm if the game is going ahead

Metro Wet Weather – Juniors

UNDER 6’s– Coach Parky

  1. Avani Thaivarayan
  2. Hudson Nguyen
  3. Jason Abiola
  4. Antonio Maino
  5. Joshua Adekunle
  6. Noah Bunch
  7. Aicha Kromah
  8. Danyal Makdum

Fixtures- GAME SCHEDULE U6’s

UNDER 7’s– Coach Sam Escobar 0411 312 413

  1. Cristiano Fuimaono
  2. Dunamis Pelasio
  3. Maya Escobar
  4. Zara Escobar
  5. Penny Argueta
  6. Cairo Pelasio
  7. Haze Siaki
  8. Levi Robson

Fixtures- GAME SCHEDULE U7’s

UNDER 8’s– Coach John Pivi 0434 414 256

  1. Saxon Fellows
  2. Mohamed Kromah
  3. William Snackers
  4. Ibraheem Elghoul
  5. Joshua Clark
  6. Rohan Clayton
  7. Andre Pivi
  8. Noah Lababidi
  9. Alexander Kachaka
  10. Patrick
  11. Zekiel Mata’afa
  12. Francis Bashimbe

Fixtures- GAME SCHEDULE U8’s

UNDER 9’s– Coach Luis Melgar 0484 138 560

  1. Myka Thaivarayan
  2. Cooper Scaife
  3. Tamahau Tongia
  4. Salam Abiola
  5. Caleb Adekunle
  6. Connor Mathews
  8. Brooklyn Melgar
  9. Kj Fesolai
  10. Hamza Mhina
  11. Nay Soe Htoo
  12. Justine Moo
  13. Muhammad Abdullah

Fixtures- GAME SCHEDULE U9’s

UNDER 10’s-Nick 0430 442 751

  1. Ayden Cracknell
  2. Nouri Lababidi
  3. Donny Thomas
  4. Jordan Sifuentes
  5. Christopher Manariyo
  6. Billy Fuimaono
  7. Jack Fuimaono
  8. Soane Lotoaniu-Lee
  9. Kian Shah
  10. Ywahay Kweh
  11. Brandon Sepa
  12. Christian Manariyo
  13. Jack
  14. Nujumundin

Fixtures-  GAME SCHEDULE U10’s

UNDER 11 Wallaby  (KOMODO)– Coach Forbes 0420 319 770

  1. Shaun Kachaka
  2. Te-Kapua Kingi
  3. Abigail Madau
  4. Malachi Murere
  5. Ansa Reh
  6. Samuel Mutabazi
  7. Abdullah
  8. Christian Bauer
  9. Jack Makungisa
  10. Anthony Anthony
  11. Promise Ngendahayo
  12. Angelo

Fixtures- GAME SCHEDULE U11 Wallaby (KOMODO)

UNDER 11’s– Coach Felipe 0431 059 534 and Coach Sarah 0491 118 741

  1. Diezel Dennis
  2. James-Jacob Morgan-Manukau
  3. Auber Htoo
  4. Eligh Bourke
  5. Ryder Cipriani
  6. Tobias Leathley
  7. Dominic Leathley
  8. Harley Robson
  9. Prince-Daniel Nyarko
  10. Salim Ghani Kleina
  11. Luke Ferguson
  12. Oliver Scott
  13. Muneer Adam
  14. Isaac Budederi

Fixtures-  GAME SCHEDULE U11’s

UNDER 12’s– Coach Cody 0466 110 553

  1. Noah Cracknell
  2. Jake Little
  3. Ayden couchman
  4. Matthew Taylor
  5. Jerry Ruvengo
  6. Israel Adekunle
  7. Maison Conquest
  8. Sua Lumanyi
  9. Eli Day
  10. Ethan Shah
  11. Rehan Ahmed
  12. Zion Mata’afa
  13. Samuel Urban

Fixtures- GAME SCHEDULE U12’s

UNDER 12’s GIRLS– Coach Rosa 0466227424

  1. Annastasia Payne
  2. Aaliyah Jabbar
  3. Mia Argueta
  4. Daisy Nyarko
  5. Tayla Milne
  6. Naomi Pivi
  7. Illiyeen Khan
  8. Jamie Lima
  9. Annabella Moeung



Anytime Fitness Logan joins the LMFC Family

Logan Metro FC is proud to welcome Anytime Fitness Logan to the LMFC family.

As part of the partnership the club will receive the following benefits-

  • Access  to their quality gym facility for our senior men and women’s teams on wet weather training nights
  • Corporate pricing for all affiliates and volunteers of the club ($0 Joining Fee, $15.95 per week, Cancel with 30 days notice)
  • PLUS heaps more to be rolled out through out the season

We look forward to working with club manager Markus through out 2022 and beyond!

Check out their National One Day Sale on the 16th of March. With exclusive access to over 5000+ Anytime fitness Locations globally, we are the gym for anybody, anytime. $0 Joining Fee, Up to 2 Weeks Free, $65 Summer Fit Pack and 2 x Complimentary Pt Sessions available per new member.