Quest Football Academy
Quest FA is after-school football training for boys and girls, without the weekend commitments. This gives every child the chance to play and improve, without worrying about needing to be an elite player. These sessions really do focus on the kids having fun playing football and working with their friends as part of a team.
It’s good to know that QFA offers a free trial so you can try before you buy. Quest are pretty confident that your kids will really enjoy going to training every week, because they really are the experts in engaging kids of all abilities, but it’s great for parents to have that peace of mind before committing for a term. You just book your free trial on their website, so it’s super easy.
The kids go to training at Quest FA after school every week during term time. It’s for 5 to 12-year-old boys and girls, and it really is for kids of all abilities. It’s not elite training. It really is like they say – football, friendship, and fun!
Unlike soccer clubs, there are very few weekend commitments with Quest FA (yay!). There are two Saturday Match Days per term, so the kids get to enjoy the excitement and atmosphere of match play, without the pressure to play and win every week. Plus, they get to show their Mums and Dads how they’ve improved. Quest have struck a really good compromise for busy parents and kids.
There’s no parent volunteering with Quest FA, which we know will be music to your ears! Quest employs their own energetic and experienced coaches, who engage with kids, teach them new skills and just let them have fun improving and getting active, without the pressure of being the next Ronaldo.
Overall, Quest FA offers flexibility to kids and families who are looking for something healthy to do after school that’s also tonnes of fun.
School Holiday Camps
Quest FA’s school holiday camps are an energetic and football-focused alternative to school-based vacation care! The days are fun-filled and enjoyable for kids of all skill levels, featuring:
- skills and drills with the high-energy Quest FA coaches
- the fast-rotation Hungerball arena (or Target Shot at some venues)
- Soccer Darts inflatable – shoot and score!
- Choose from venues across Brisbane, Moreton Bay and Toowoomba
“It was wonderful from a parent’s perspective, to see how much he learnt this year with Quest.”
“Quest FA gives my daughter a structured learning environment, and the coaches are really knowledgeable. We love not being committed to weekend soccer matches, but the kids still get the chance to experience match play regularly in their sessions, as well as the one-off match days that occur throughout the term.”
“A big thank you for making our son’s birthday party extra special. It was a fantastic day, highly recommended, great job.Thank you again, the boys were very happy and had heaps of fun.”
Frequently Asked Questions
Do Quest players wear a uniform? Yes. Every child wears the uniform so they feel part of the team. You buy it when you sign up with Quest.
Do parents have to volunteer? Unlike clubs, there are no parent volunteers. Quest employs their own engaging and qualified coaches so you don’t have to do anything.
Are there weekend commitments? Quest training is after school on weekdays. Twice a term they have a Match Day on a Saturday so the kids can experience the excitement of match play. So most of the time, you have your weekends back!
To find out more about booking your free trial class, please visit the Quest FA website.