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.

04 April -

Clubs’ cheque presentation to St George Hospital

Last Saturday 1st April, Club Presidents and delegates of the St George Football Association (SGFA), together with the SGFA, presented a cheque from proceeds of the 2016 Richo Cup to the St George Hospital Cardiology...[more]

03 April -

Mentor program in full swing at Blacktown Association

Female football was the winner on Thursday 30th of March as local female players from various Blacktown & Districts Soccer Football Association (BDSFA) had an opportunity to meet some of the Blacktown Spartans PlayStation4...[more]


03 April -

Earlwood Wanderers kick start Special Needs Football Program

Canterbury District Soccer Football Association side Earlwood Wanderers commenced its ‘Football 4 All’ Special Needs Program last Saturday as 17 registered kids aged between 6-14 took part in various skills and drills with...[more]

29 March -

GDSFA go techy

Granville District Soccer Football Association have joined forces with My Game Guru whereby players, coaches and parents receive text messages to your mobile for wet weather, game changes, time changes and other notifications in...[more]


Mentor program in full swing at Blacktown Association

Female football was the winner on Thursday 30th of March as local female players from various Blacktown & Districts Soccer Football Association (BDSFA) had an opportunity to meet some of the Blacktown Spartans PlayStation4...[more]

Earlwood Wanderers kick start Special Needs Football Program

Canterbury District Soccer Football Association side Earlwood Wanderers commenced its ‘Football 4 All’ Special Needs Program last Saturday as 17 registered kids aged between 6-14 took part in various skills and drills with...[more]