The ambitious young club will play its first season in the Football Queensland Premier League 2 in 2021.
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FQ CEO Robert Cavallucci congratulated Magic United on the achievement.
“It is crucial that FQ continues to assist parents and players with making informed choices about the clubs they play at,” he said.
“Equally, it is important for clubs like Magic United to celebrate their success in taking these positive steps to build capacity and make progress with their technical programs.”
Football Queensland Gold Coast General Manager Damien Bresic said of the news: “It’s great that we have a local club that is setting standards high enough to be acknowledged by Football Australia.
“Magic United has been a leader in player development and providing a pathway for talented players for a number of years and this 5-star rating is a timely recognition of their efforts to improve football on the Gold Coast.”
Magic United President Peter Fenton believes the 5-star rating is an indicator that the club continues to build in the right direction.
“This rating is an indication of what we want to achieve at Magic United. We now have a clear pathway in place for all our players to progress,” he said.
“In addition to obtaining a FQPL 2 Senior Men’s Licence for the 2021 season, we have also launched a Senior Women’s team and now have over 120 females participating from U8s to senior women.
“We are a fairly new club but we’re constantly growing. Our next objective is to upgrade our club house and changing rooms to accommodate our members.”