108 Bridge Rd, South Mackay QLD 4740, Australia

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City Brothers Football Club

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City Brothers Football Club Mackay

City Brothers Football Club is a Mackay based Football Club. The club was formed in 1983 and in 2014 fielded teams in all grades of the Mackay Football competition.

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Jack Dolan
Great club ,great support by coaches. The canteen is very covered in case of rain. The fields are in great quality.
Cooper Crocker
Amazing club couldnt ask for a better club
Samuel Biki
Because lions are better
Kermit De Frog
Great club couldn’t be better
Simon Byrnes
Set up of the club is not good for spectators.

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