In 1968, after more than 30 years, football returned to the Sunshine Coast. After the Caloundra Rugby League team was rejected from the local competition they formed the Caloundra Soccer Club instead.
Soon after, the North Coast Soccer Association (NCSA) was formed and a competition between four clubs began (Caloundra, Woombye, Maroochydore and Beerwah-Glasshouse United). During this time, 2 trophies were donated to the NCSA, to be played for annually (the Clive Fenn Cup and the Ambulance Cup).
These notes are drawn from those written by Mark Pringle. Read more about North Coast football in the 1960s.