Grassroots

Football NSW spans 33 associations across the state, representing over 650 community clubs and more than 200 000 players. 

It's estimated that each year in New South Wales a hundred thousand matches are played. The local players, coaches, volunteers and parents involved in Grassroots football around the state make up the backbone of the sport and are invaluable members of the football family. 

From around the grounds of New South Wales, check back here for stories on local clubs and grassroots football.

13 June -

Tom Emeleus: The epitome of the selfless volunteer

Tom Emeleus is the epitome of the selfless volunteer, and the Gladesville Hornsby Football Association is exceptionally lucky to have a man of his calibre provide his time week in and week out. Tom is in his 25th year of...[more]

10 June -

Rouse Hill Rams facilities pathway to equality, diversity & inclusion

One of the biggest challenges football clubs face is providing the right facilities to cater for everyone. Rouse Hill Rams are the fastest growing club in the Granville & District Association particularly amongst women and...[more]


10 June -

St George FA hoping for first synthetic pitch

The St George Football Association has been promised its first synthetic football field at Penshurst Park should a re-elected Coalition Government come into power after the Liberal Party Deputy Leader and Minister for Foreign...[more]

09 June -

Luke Bradley memorial match at Christie Park 18 June

Gladesville Hornsby Football Association clubs Kenthurst and Glenhaven Premier League teams will be playing a memorial match on the 18th of June at Christie Park to commemorate Luke Bradley who passed away on the 22nd of June...[more]


Tom Emeleus: The epitome of the selfless volunteer

Tom Emeleus is the epitome of the selfless volunteer, and the Gladesville Hornsby Football Association is exceptionally lucky to have a man of his calibre provide his time week in and week out. Tom is in his 25th year of...[more]

Rouse Hill Rams facilities pathway to equality, diversity & inclusion

One of the biggest challenges football clubs face is providing the right facilities to cater for everyone. Rouse Hill Rams are the fastest growing club in the Granville & District Association particularly amongst women and...[more]