|Record attendance||6,200 (2015 NAB Challenge)|
Moreton Bay Central Sports Complex is a sports field complex in Burpengary, a suburb of the City of Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia primarily for both Australian rules football and soccer. It was built and opened in 2013 and are managed by Caboolture Sports Football Club, Moreton Bay Australian Football Club and AFL Queensland's Northern Brisbane Academy Programs. It is the home ground for Caboolture Sports Football Club, playing within Football Queensland competitions, and also the home ground for Moreton Bay in the Queensland Football Association Northern Conference. It was the primary home ground for the Brisbane Lions AFL Women's team from 2019 until the completion of Springfield Central Stadium in 2022.
Caboolture Sports Football Club are located in the Moreton Bay Cental Sports Complex. This complex was opened in May 2019 and is a new multi-million-dollar purpose-built football fFacility. The clubhouse is surrounded by a synthetic field and two full size fields. Additionally, 3 more full size fields are planned to be constructed. Caboolture Sports FC is an established, progressive club and in 2016 re-affiliated with Football Brisbane (now Football Queensland Metro) after being part of Sunshine Coast Football for 20 years. The club's senior men side currently play in the Football Queensland Premier League and also has many successful junior teams playing in Football Queensland Metro competitions. The senior women field a Women's Capital 1 League and reserve team. Caboolture Sports FC turned 50 years in 2019 and now have an active membership of over 850 players, ranging from Miniroos, juniors, boys and girls, City league and Over 45's, plus a newly established 7-a-side preseason competition.
The Brisbane Lions' AFL Women's (AFLW) team uses the venue as a home ground. It hosted its first AFLW game on 10 March 2018, between Brisbane and Collingwood. It became the Lions' primary home ground for the 2019 season, replacing South Pine Sports Complex.
It has also served as a home ground for the club's reserves team in the NEAFL; and it has hosted AFL pre-season games involving the Brisbane Lions since it was opened.
|1||28 February 2015||Brisbane Lions v. St Kilda||Australian rules football||AFL (preseason)||6,200|
|2||8 March 2014||Brisbane Lions v. Sydney||Australian rules football||AFL (preseason)||6,096|
|3||21 February 2016||Brisbane Lions v. Gold Coast||Australian rules football||AFL (preseason)||3,807|
|4||3 February 2019||Brisbane v. Greater Western Sydney||Australian rules football||AFLW||2,850|
|5||3 March 2019||Brisbane Lions v. Hawthorn||Australian rules football||AFL (preseason)||2,812|