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.

18 August -

North West Sydney Women’s Football celebrate finals in style

North West Sydney Women’s Football celebrated the 2017 season in grand style last Sunday with their ALDI MiniRoos presentations alongside their Grand Final Day for competitive age groups. Held at the picturesque Morrison Bay...[more]

16 August -

Holroyd Rangers host cracking Gala Day

Holroyd Rangers certainly did Granville District Soccer Football Association proud after hosting a sensational ALDI MiniRoos Gala Day last Saturday. Over 100 young football enthusiasts from around the Granville District flocked...[more]


15 August -

Manly Warringah FA launch Scholarship

Earlier this year, the forward thinking Manly Warringah Football Association launched a female coaching scholarship program.   The initiative will see two women’s coaches obtaintheir FFA/AFC C Licence, paid for by the...[more]

11 August -

Successful All Abilities Gala Day staged at the Hills

Hills Football Association recently hosted its first ever All Abilities Come & Try/Gala Day which proved to be an amazing event as over 120 players participated from across NSW at the Masonic Ovals in Baulkham...[more]


Holroyd Rangers host cracking Gala Day

Holroyd Rangers certainly did Granville District Soccer Football Association proud after hosting a sensational ALDI MiniRoos Gala Day last Saturday. Over 100 young football enthusiasts from around the Granville District flocked...[more]

Manly Warringah FA launch Scholarship

Earlier this year, the forward thinking Manly Warringah Football Association launched a female coaching scholarship program.   The initiative will see two women’s coaches obtaintheir FFA/AFC C Licence, paid for by the...[more]