On a day where the Futsalroos qualified for the 2016 FIFA Futsal World Cup in Colombia, hundreds flocked to Valentine Sports Park for a fantastic Futsal State League championship day, with all seven clubs represented and six of...
The Futsal State League Grand Finals stand to deliver nine outstanding trophy matches in front of a passionate crowd at the home of Futsal in NSW, Valentine Sports Park – and all seven clubs are represented on Grand Final...
The Football NSW Futsal State League is the second highest level of Futsal in New South Wales. The competition takes place in the summer season, building up to the Grand Finals in late February.
The competition consists of 8 teams competing in 9 age groups:
- 12 Boys
- 13 Girls
- 14 Boys
- 15 Girls
- 16 Boys
- 17 Girls
- Youth Men
- Open Women
- Open Men
The teams compete in a round-robin structure where each side plays each another twice; upon completion a Premier is crowned.
The top four sides by the end of the season compete in the Championship Series. The teams are seeded upon their entry into the Championship Series according to their final position on the ladder. There is a Major Semi Final and a Minor Semi Final.
The winner of the Major Semi Final will go into the Grand Final. The winner of the Minor Semi Final will play the loser of the Major Semi Final in the Preliminary Final. The winner of the Preliminary Final will go into the Grand Final. The Grand Final winner will be crowned Championship Winners.
Clubs competing in the 2016/17 Football NSW Futsal State League are as follows:
- Central Coast Futsal Club
- Imperial Eagles
- International Football School Futsal Club
- Northern Beaches Breakers
- Parramatta Pumas Futsal Club
- SD Raiders Futsal Club
- Sutherland Sharks Futsal Club
- Western Wolves Futsal Club