Moreton Bay United Football Club (MBU F.C.), also known at THE JETS was established in 2012 to participate in the Australian National Premier League in Queensland which was launched by Football Federation Australia in 2013 as the second tier to the Australian A-League. The Club is a not for profit organisation predominantly managed a Board of Directors made up of volunteer business people and parents. The Club operates our Senior Football operation from Wolter Park at Albany Creek and the clubs Junior Football operation from the South Pine Sports Complex at Brendale.    


The club participates in three men's competitions being Senior Mens, Under 20 and Under 18 and 7 Junior competitions being U16 Boys, U15 Boys, U15/14 Girls, U14 Boyds, U13/12 Girls, U13 Boys and U12 Boys.


During the NPL launch, FFA Chief Executive David Gallop stated that "The National Premier Leagues model is a vital conduit from the grassroots to the Hyundai A-League. The strategy is sound, but now all parties need to redouble their efforts to ensure the implementation brings the desired results. In short, our aim is to see highly qualified coaches employed by stable and well-run NPL clubs producing better Australian players from under 12 to under 18, then under 20s and finally to senior ranks."  Moreton Bay United takes this responsibility seriously which is evident by the quality of coaches it employs at the club, the football structure in place and the quality of the fields and facilities available for our players and members.



Under the guidelines of Football Queensland and the FFA, MBU F.C. has been allocated a group of surrounding clubs as cluster groups. These include: Albany Creek Football Club, Pine Rivers, Peninsula Power, Pine Hills, Samford, Ridge Hills, Narangba, North Pine, Deception Bay, North Lakes, Brighton. The objective set by the FFA and FQ is for NPL clubs to work closely with their allocated cluster clubs with the view of developing football in that region and the identification of players that have the ability to play in the National Premier League.  MBU F.C. also takes this responsibility seriously and in doing so, encourages clubs in our cluster to embrace this initiative.



To be recognised as the Football Club of Excellence on the north side of Brisbane with a professional reputation for player dvelopment which is equivalent, or better than leading Clubs in Australia.



To provide world class fields, facilities and equipment to coaches and players with a view of providing a true player development environment that gives every football player the opportunity to develop to their maximum ability.