Our coaches are all carefully selected for their unique abilities to coach, mentor, and build personal bonds with the players. In addition to extensive playing and coaching experience, at Quest Football Academy, every coach cares about developing the person and not just the player. We strive to make a personal connection with each child and celebrate their success and achievements together.



Coach Alec is a coach & player for Griffith United Football Club. He has coached the same age groups as Quest in EFS Singapore, which is where he initially played & trained with since he was 10 years old. Coach Alec has also played social futsal for several years,travelled Europe to see football in Germany (BvB )& France ( LOSC Lille ). He has been playing & watching football his entire life.

"I've never played for a draw in my life" - Alex Ferguson



Coach Chris has been playing soccer for over 30 years. His first nickname was the “racehorse” for his blistering speed on the counter attack. He has gone on to play 15 years of indoor soccer, winning 6 premierships! For the past 8 years Chris has turned his passion to coaching and has been coaching youth in this time.

“Be like Nike and ‘Just do it’”



Coach Dannie’s football journey started when he was a child and although he never went on to play for a club his love of football remained. He loves working with kids because they are always excited to play games or do something active. Its so enjoyable to help them develop while having a good time in the playground, and being able to have the same amount of fun with them is such a great experience.

"People can say what they want about me. But I've got a big heart and will keep going." - Tyson Fury



Coach Erin began her sporting journey as a high school student in a variety of sports including soccer, cross country, water polo and kayaking. She soon specialised in marathon kayaking, and went on to represent Australia at 7 World Championships on the National Team. During this time she also completed her Bachelor of Exercise Science, a Master of Philosophy (researching talent in coaching), and a Doctor of Philsophy (researching focus of attention in endurance sports). Since having children,  she have developed a keen interest in endurance sport and regularly train for and compete in ultra marathon trail runs, rogaines, and adventure races. She have also previously worked as a gym floor supervisor, personal trainer, sport coach (kayaking), and kayak instructor for a number of different organisations.

"The strongest athlete isn't the one who finished first. That athlete is the fastest." Antonio Iturbe's book, The Librarian of Auschwitz



A qualified chef and coffee connoisseur, Coach Franck can teach you a thing or two about serving up a football. With a passion for Paris Saint-Germaine, Coach Franck says it’s watching kids master new skills and learning to play their part on the team that’s so rewarding.

“I’ve never scored a goal in my life without getting a pass from someone else.” - Abby Wambach



Coach George played rep for country NSW as a youth player. He’s been playing for over 30 years and recently starting coaching youth and woman’s soccer teams for the past 6 years and  currently playing in an over 35 competition.

"You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take"



When he’s not living and breathing football, Coach Harry is watching coaching videos about football! Make no mistake, Harry will help any player who wants to improve their skills be the best they can be. With the energetic streak he’s known for, Harry is at his happiest when he’s coaching kids who are full of enthusiasm for life and football.

"There is no effort without error and shortcoming."​



Coach Hayden has been playing soccer ever since he started primary school when he was impersonating Ronaldo because he is the best soccer player of course! He has since played in the FQPL division at Rochdale Rovers, and has always been able to play soccer at a high competitive level.

"You're never a loser until you quit."​



Known for his skills on the rugby league paddock, Coach Jacko brings an energy and enthusiasm to his football coaching that brings out the best in the kids he coaches, “Seeing the spirit kids have on the field, and their love of learning new things makes me want to be the best coach I can be” says Jacko.

"You're never a loser until you quit."​



Coach Jacob played football from 5-13 years old until he got picked by representative teams in another sport. Although he couldn’t commit the time to keep playing football, he still pursues his dream of being a footballer. He loves working with children because he loves seeing kids outside smiling, running around and having fun.

"Winners never quit and quitters never win."​



Coach Jason was playing Soccer when he was 7 years old and scoring his first goal! He was a grade 3/4 AFL coach at Staines Memorial College and in charge with 16 students.

"You will face many defeats in life, but never let yourself be defeated."

Jayden B


Coach Jayden has been playing football since he was 6 years old. He has played at national and international level across a wide variety of countries. He has also played futsal at national and international level.

"You cant score, unless you shoot."

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Started football at the age 5 at Ridge Hills United Moved to Albany Creek Excelsior in U11 and won the SYL premiership in U12 Made Met North football U12 and won the state championships in 2016 Played NPL football with Moreton Bay United for 6 years (2017-2022) Played Caboolture FC First Team and U23s (2023)

"Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard."



Coach Jhonny coached U11’s SAP at Holland Park Hawks, U14’s NPL at Holland Park Hawks and has assisted U23’s and 1st Team FQPL2 teams. Apart from that he also coached for Villanova College.

"Everyday in every way I am getting better." - Emily Coue



Coach Josh has a sporting pedigree that precedes him, having been selected for the Queensland all-schools Futsal team at age 15 and competing in swimming & cross country at a national level. Officially recognised as a coach by Football Australia, and a die-hard Manchester City fan, Josh wants to inspire kids to develop that passion and understanding of how great the game of football truly is.

"Gold medals aren't really made of gold. They're made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts." - Dan Gable

Juan Carlos


Coach Juan Carlos dream was to be a professional football player. He has been playing football his entire life and when he was in first division he used to help younger generations. He wants to inspire kids by focusing on having fun, giving it a try and being active, rather than winning or losing. Coach Juan Carlos loves children.

"Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier.."



Coach Luka first started his soccer career with Ginger Sport when he was a little one and has played soccer since he was 6. He is currently competing at FQPL3 Senior level having previously played U23 NPL. Coach Luka is a bit of a sport nut also participating in cross country/track and field, swimming, volleyball, tennis, cricket. He has been coaching for the past 5 years in both basketball and soccer.

“I’ve missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. Twenty-six times, I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.” - Michael Jordan



Addicted to the game of football and teaching young kids alike. Max is skilled in his craft and is undoubtedly a fan favourite when he coaches. Max lives to see the enjoyment of mini football players achieving new goals and breaking new boundaries, amazing!

"Everything happens for a reason."



Coach Miles was playing football from the time he was young where he loved making a smile with my half time orange peels! He moved onto AFL before he returned to play football socially at the University of Qld

"Dreams without goals are just dreams."



Coach Moe has grown up playing sport all his life in school teams and in local weekend competitions. His favourite sport and the sport he can claim the most proficiency in, is soccer. His personal playing days are over but he enjoys keeping fit and hitting fitness goals by regularly going to the gym. He also has experience in coaching. He spent multiple seasons coaching his old primary school soccer team in his early 20’s and he’s currently employed at Pocket Rocket Sports where he run sports based games for young children. 

"An honest man never has to remember what he said."



Coach Montanna has played soccer at school and enjoys running fun engaging sessions and always give 100% to her sessions.

"It's not about how hard you hit, it's about how hard you can get hit and get back up."



Coach Oier first dream job was to be football player. He has more than 8 years of experience in football. For Coach Oier playing football is the best feeling.

"An honest man never has to remember what he said."



Coach Patrick has more than 40 years of experienced in coaching and playing football with various teams. He had knee injury 2 years ago but didn’t stop him doing what he loves. He completed C Diploma based on SAP model (required to undertake a videoed session to complete Diploma), a miniroos certificate, First Aid and CPR certificates and current Blue card. He Successfully captained and coached in New Zealand gaining 4 promotions in 6 years after undertaking the Oceana Coaching Course.

"You don't get a second chance to make a first impression."​



Coach Ronan will patiently listen and observe, quietly understanding each of his players and where their skill lies. He then challenges them to do their best and improve on the skills that they may not be confident to work on. “Watching kids light up when they master something they thought they couldn’t, is just so rewarding” says Ronan.

"There's something greater than the result, more lasting... a legacy."​

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Coach Sam B has played for 18 years, starting at the age of 5. He began playing locally on the Sunshine Coast for club with his high school team and the school boys team before being lucky enough to be taken over to England and Spain for some trials and games. Then, after finishing high school he flew over to America for some more trials and signed for a college team in California, USA. Then a few years later signed for a team over in Kansas, USA.

"A funny short one; "Shake and Bake." - Ricky Bobby



Coach Scott is hard working, reliable and  trustworthy because in all tasks he gives his best and work hard to complete it to a high standard. He previously leads different meetings at school.



Taku possesses a deep interest in football as well as teaching youngsters. His skills are exceptional, and when he coaches, he garners great admiration from his supporters. Taku finds inspiration in observing the exhilaration of young football players as they attain new goals and exceed their capabilities, and he is consistently impressed by their progress.

"All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them." - Walt Disney

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It’s not unusual to find Coach Tim C kicking a ball around the park with his own kids, so it’s no surprise to learn that when Coach Tim C is coaching for Quest FA, he values every child for their unique abilities. “It’s ok to be want to be Messi, but there’s nobody better than the best version of you” says Tim.

“It’s hard to beat someone who never quits.”

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When he’s not playing AFL and doing spectacular spills on his mountain bike, Coach Tim is drumming up barrels of enthusiasm coaching the next generation of kids in the skills of football and sportsmanship. “It’s really about how much you love the game, not who’s the best on the pitch”, says Tim.

"Persistence can change failure into extraordinary achievement."



Coach Toby has played soccer for 15 years and is still coaching men’s teams. He also coached children at Bayside United Football Club aged between 7-11. He likes to see children happy and enjoying themselves.

“Everything happens for a reason."



Coach Virginia has always loved being outdoors playing any type of sports. She started playing soccer at school and has worked at two soccer teams as a dietitian. Not to mention she is a super fan of my team!

"Hard work always pays off."



Coach Wagnalia was an amateur athlete for 15 years, representing her city. That’s how she wanted to graduate in Bachelor of Physical Education. After that, she always wanted to coordinate an all-female team which she achieved many years later. She likes working with children because; she believes that the purity of children can teach her to be a better person. The child’s soul is light.

"The essential is invisible to the eyes, and can only be seen clearly with the heart." - Le Petit Prince



Coach Zed has been active from a very young age and continues to play soccer competitively at the moment. He has had the pleasure of coordinating a number of clubs in different sports over the years. He’s been a soccer coach for 6 years and also has been a Teacher Assistant for 2 years.