Northern NSW Football

The Federation was established 9th September 1884 as the Northern District British Football Association. To fall in line with the global football ‘identity’, a rebranding exercise took place with Northern NSW Football created on 25th October 2006.

 Membership

• Third largest Football State of Australia
• State Member – Football Federation of Australia (Not affiliated with NSW)
• Boundaries – Lake Macquarie to Tweed Heads and inland (North West)

 Structure

• 7 Zones
• 242 Clubs
• 3,220 Teams

 Total Registrations

• 52,611 Registered Players (Male & Female)
• 955 Referees (Male & Female) Staffing
• 13 full time, 3 part time, 46 casual
• School visits –18,000 students

 Development

• Junior Underpinning Development Programs: – Boys 13s (48 players)
• Development/Exposure Program: Boys 12s Japan Tour, Boys 12s and 13s Tasmania Tour

 Programs

• Skillaroos – 16 players
• Sydney CAAS Program – 32 players

• NNSWF Premier Competitions:
– National Premier Leagues (Hunter Region)
– NEWFM 1st Division (Hunter Region)
– Herald Women’s Premier League (Hunter Region)
– State Youth League

• Representative:
– Australian Pararoos (2 players)
– Under 17 Girls (4 players)
– Young Matildas (2 players)
– Australian Joeys (2 players)
– Young Socceroos (4 players)
– Olyroos (1 player)
– National Championships: Male 13, 14 (64 players), Female 13, 14, 15 (48 players)
– Futsal National Championships (85 players)

NPL - 1st Grade
NPL - 1st Grade
NPL - 1st Grade