Women’s State Cup Review: Magpies swoop to win back cup from Azzurri
Maitland reclaimed the Women's State Cup after defeating reigning champions Charlestown Azzurri 2-0 in the final at Speers Point on Sunday afternoon. The 2021 Women's State Cup winners were out to avenge their defeat to Charlestown in last year's final.
2023 State Youth Championships Update
Due to heavy rainfall the 2023 Community State Youth Championships were abandoned on Tuesday night. But Northern NSW Football is delighted to announce that the tournament will continue at Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility on Thursday 13 and Friday 14 July.
NNSWF Facilities Fund awards more than $216,187 to community clubs
The fifth round of NNSWF's Facilities Fund has seen more than $216,187 awarded to community clubs. Applications were received from 16 clubs representing six member zones, with three successful projects chosen. Macquarie Football club Edgeworth Junior Soccer Club will rece
2023 Women’s State Cup Preview: Azzurri hopes to go back-to-back
The Women's State Cup will return this weekend to Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility for its sixth year. The three-day competition gives NPL Women's NNSWF clubs, community football teams and a NNSWF Indigenous representative team the unique opportunity to go head-to-head.
NAIDOC CUP concludes on a high for 2023
The 2023 NAIDOC Cup came to a thrilling end after another successful tournament celebrating football with the First Nations community. Following some fantastic football played on day two, day three proved to go one step further as goals, action and drama took centre stage with
Four action-packed matches in day two of the NAIDOC Cup
The 2023 NAIDOC Cup kicked off in style albeit in rain-soaked conditions as Valentine Sports Park played host to an action-packed day one of results on Darug country. The increasingly popular First Nation tournament saw four games take place on the first day of competition, w
Promotion, relegation to return as Zone Football League connects to NNSWF premier competitions
Northern NSW Football is delighted to announce the return of promotion and relegation to its senior men's premier competitions from the 2024 season as well as the connection between NNSWF's premier competitions and the Zone Football League for the first time. The new structure
NNSWF to host 2023 Indigenous Round this weekend
Northern NSW Football's Indigenous Round will be held this weekend, from 30 June to 2 July, to celebrate and recognise the contributions of First Nations members of our football community. With a deep commitment to diversity and inclusion, Indigenous Round provides an opport
NNSWF announces Local Champion Awards for June 2023
Northern NSW Football is thrilled to announce the recipients of its Local Champion Awards for June 2023. The NNSWF Local Champion Awards are a monthly recognition of individuals and teams who make a difference across the football family as we thank them for their commitment
Van Egmond Medal announced for NPL Women’s NNSW Player of the Year
Northern NSW Football is delighted to announce the Van Egmond Medal to recognise its NPL Women's NNSW Player of the Year. The Van Egmond Medal will be awarded to the NPL Women's NNSW Player of the Year in honour of Matildas centurion and Dudley Redhead United FC junior Emily v
Grand finals return to club venues for 2023 deciders
Northern NSW Football is delighted to announce its 2023 grand final venues. The NPL Men's NNSW final will be held on a Saturday with the NPL Women's NNSW final to follow on the Sunday, making for an exciting double header weekend of football festivities.
Edgeworth, Magic to represent NNSWF in Australia Cup national round of 32
Edgeworth FC and Broadmeadow Magic will represent northern NSW in the 2023 Australia Cup national round of 32. The NPL Men's NNSW clubs won their respective seventh preliminary round matches this week to book their places in the final rounds of the 2023 tournament. Edgewort
Player Profile: Olympic's Amess looking forward to NNSWF's inaugural Pride Round
Northern NSW Football's inaugural Pride Round is this weekend 23 to 25 June, promoting and supporting the diversity and inclusion of the LGBTQI+ communities and families within the football community. We spoke with Newcastle Olympic FC's Georgia Amess about her journey and ex