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    First synthetic field in the City of Ryde ready to go

    City of Ryde Mayor, Bill Pickering and Clr. Roy Maggio welcomed Football NSW, Gladesville Hornsby Football Association (GHFA), Cricket NSW and AFL NSW/ACT to ELS Hall Park in North Ryde on Friday, 10 February 2017 for the unveiling of the new synthetic surface at ELS Hall Park #1. ELS Hall Park #1 is the first synthetic field in the City of Ryde, with two more […]

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    Latest Research on Recycled Rubber for Synthetic Sports Fields Summarised in New Smart Guide to Synthetic Sports Fields Rubber Infill

    Australia continues to embrace the use of synthetic sports field technology to address the growing demand for more recreational and sports fields to offset the natural grass fields that are being over-used in many cities. Some communities have shown concern with the use of recycled rubber infill with media programs, focussing on specific aspects as reason why not to have the synthetic fields. Martin Sheppard, […]

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    Camden Council holds first football forum

    Camden Council held its first football specific forum on Tuesday 29 November at Camden Civic Centre for all football clubs in the Camden Council area. The Council recently held an all sports forum with all sporting clubs and associations in the Camden area, and from that the football specific forum was born. Six of the nine football clubs within the boundaries of Camden Council attended […]

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    Football Facilities Newsletter 2 Online

    The second Facilities Newsletter produced by the NSW Facilities Unit, a joint venture between Football NSW and Northern NSW Football, is now officially online. The unit has been set up to provide state-wide advice and information to all football stakeholders, with the aim of improving the football experience through improved facilities for all 420,000 participants in the state. In this edition you’ll find a wealth of […]

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    Grant Writing Workshop off to a successful start

    Tuesday, 20th September, saw the first of 3 Asian Cup Legacy Fund Grant Writing Workshops kick off at Valentine Sports Park. The workshop saw a number of clubs and associations across Sydney attend the session which was jointly presented by Football NSW and the Office of Sport. The free workshop provided clubs/associations/zones with some great information which included; steps involved in planning and preparing for […]

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    APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN – NSW Asian Cup 2015 Legacy Fund

    The Asian Cup 2015 Legacy Fund has officially opened today, Monday 5 September, 2016 for all football clubs affiliated with Football NSW. The fund is an initiative of the NSW Government, Football NSW (FNSW) and Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) which has been established with the NSW Government’s surplus from the 2015 AFC Asian Cup to provide funding assistance to community football clubs to partner with […]

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    NSW Asian Cup Legacy fund injects $4 million into Football’s future

    The NSW Government has launched a new $4 million fund to deliver better community facilities for local football clubs across NSW driven from the success of the 2015 Asian Cup Tournament. Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres said the overwhelming success of the Asian Cup resulted in a surplus to improve facilities at a local level in NSW’s highest participated sport. “If the Socceroos’ total domination […]

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  • Growing numbers through quality facilities

    Colo SFC is a family and community-based club dedicated to providing football opportunities for its members and families. The club is one of the largest football clubs in the Hawkesbury District, operating within the Nepean Football Association. The club has seen a 14% increase in registrations from 2015 to 2016 season with 23.5% of those registrations being female players. The club is renowned for producing […]

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    Football Facilities Newsletter Online

    The first Facilities Newsletter produced by the NSW Facilities Unit, a joint venture between Football NSW and Northern NSW Football, is now officially online. The unit has been set up to provide state-wide advice and information to all football stakeholders, with the aim of improving the football experience through improved facilities for all 420,000 participants in the state. In this first edition you’ll find a […]

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    St George FA hoping for more upgrades

    Ador Avenue and McCarthy Reserve will benefit from upgraded club facilities and the installation of synthetic playing fields with a $2 million funding commitment from a re-elected Turnbull Coalition Government, Liberal Member for Barton Mr Nickolas Varvaris announced. The much needed funding was welcomed by the Board of Directors of the St George Football Association. The St George Football Association is a not for profit […]

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    Football facilities boost for Campbell Park and Centenary Park

    In a major coup for football in the Inner West, the Federal Member for Reid, Craig Laundy has announced a re-elected Turnbull Government will contribute a total of $2.3 million towards upgrades to Campbell Park and Centenary Park. Laundy, a former player and coach for Canterbury DSFA club Strathfield FC, stated that his Government would fund $1 million towards ground improvements at Campbell Park, Chiswick, […]

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  • Warners Bay FC Receives Multimillion Dollar Upgrade

    Warners Bay Football Club is a fun, family orientated club determined to give every player, of all ages & ability the “Best Possible Football Experience”. Warners Bay teams participate in the u6 Miniroos right through to the Elite Women’s Premier League teams that compete in the NNSW Football WPL. The Football Clubs home ground is located at John Street Oval, Warners Bay and has one […]

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