NORTHERN Fury chairman Rabieh Krayem said they want to find out what they'll have to achieve to get a National Youth League and W-League team in the region first up when they meet with Football Federation Australia boss David Gallop.more
A CHANCE at owning a piece of the Northern Fury is less than three weeks away.
The club revealed - at a public information session yesterday - a plan to roll out their community ownership structure by start of December, with prices ranging from $90 to $1000.more
NORTHERN Fury midfielder Michael Eisenhut says he's humbled to receive the National Premier League side's major awards after their inaugural season and paid credit to the role of former coach Gareth Edds and his teammates.more
THE deal is done. Ian Ferguson is a Fury man once again.
The North Queensland Fury's inaugural A-League coach over the weekend officially committed to the reborn Northern Fury's bold five-year vision to return the club to the Australian football top-flight.more
Northern Fury FC is in negotiations with Ian Ferguson for the role of Director of Football. He is in Townsville for the next couple of days and the club is hopeful of a deal being finalised by the time he leaves on Wednesday.more
FORMER Northern Fury midfielder Jacob Crowley says the lure of work, a new challenge and the chance to play beside younger brother Braedyn proved too attractive as he prepares to make his debut for the Central Queensland Energy tomorrow.more
A DERBY draw was a bitter pill to swallow, but Northern Fury coach Gareth Edds said there was plenty to be pleased about in yesterday's 1-1 draw with the FNQ Heat.
The Fury were the better team for much of the contest, having opened the scoring through striker Jake Navarro in the third minute, and looked destined to pick up a valuable three points and claim back some North Queensland rivalry revenge.more
IF player/coach Gareth Edds had to give his Northern Fury team a mid-season report card, "exceeding expectations" would be the comment sent home with the players.
Midway through the 22-round season, the Fury sit in seventh place on the National Premier League ladder with 13 points from four wins, a draw and six losses, five of them to teams situated above them.more
THE Northern Fury will use tomorrow's visit by Football Queensland hierarchy to push the club's case for a future expansion into the national youth league and W-League competitions.
Football Queensland chief executive Geoff Foster and chief operating officer Ben Mannion, who oversaw the set-up of the state's National Premier League competition, will visit the North tomorrow and will take in the Fury's home game against the Brisbane Strikers.more
NORTHERN Fury midfielder Jacob Crowley is hoping to pick up from where he left off after being named to start against Brisbane City tomorrow.
The 20-year-old has made a fast recovery from a badly rolled ankle he suffered in the 2-1 loss against the Sunshine Coast three weeks ago and is hoping to help the Fury claim some much desired points on the road.more
NORTHERN Fury player- coach Gareth Edds says his young team has no one to fear in the National Premier League after strong performances against the competition's heavyweights.
The Fury play third-placed Brisbane City away on Sunday before coming home the following week to play the Brisbane Strikers (fourth), ending a run which has seen the Townsville-based side face the top five teams in the competition in five weeks.more
THE Northern Fury can count on one of the A-league's most deadly strikers, Jeremy Brockie, among the fans willing them back into the Australian top flight.
Brockie was a member of the initial Fury side that joined the A-league in 2009 before his stint was cruelled by a season-ending broken leg, but the now Wellington Phoenix attacker was in the crowd at the Townsville Sports Reserve which saw the Northern Fury account for Redlands United 4-2 on Saturday.more
NORTHERN Fury player/coach Gareth Edds is seeking some steel in defence as his side prepares to face the free-scoring Redlands United.
The Red Devils, champions in last year's Brisbane Premier League, boasts three of the best attackers in the league, with Graham Fyfe, Jheison Macuace and Reuben Way having scored 26 of their club's 34 goals between them.more
THE Northern Fury were left to rue a late defensive lapse after losing 2-1 to the Sunshine Coast Fire yesterday.
Striker Jake Navarro equalised for the Fury just after half-time after heading home a well-placed cross, but the work was undone roughly 10 minutes from time when Sunshine Coast booted their winner.more
FURY skipper Jared Stanley hailed the first-half heroics of goalkeeper Brad Burrows as Northern escaped with a 2-2 draw on Saturday.
Despite leading 2-nil at halftime of the National Premier League clash against the Palm Beach Sharks, the Fury were happy to secure a draw against the fast-finishing visitors in front of nearly 2000 fans at at the Sports Reserve.more
NORTHERN Fury striker Alex Read scored a hat-trick and player-coach Gareth Edds pointed to the heavens after the Fury's 6-1 mauling of QAS yesterday.
Read scored the Fury's first two goals inside the first 15 minutes of Saturday's National Premier League game and netted his third just before halftime, while one of Edds' two goals featured a classy lob that sneaked just under the QAS crossbar.more
Northern Fury jump started their campaign against a hapless Energy side that have now conceded 13 goals in their opening two fixtures and are bottom of the NPL ladder for the second consecutive week.more