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Wet weather fails to dampen inaugural Community State Youth Championships

The inaugural Northern NSW Football Community State Youth Championships wrapped up on Wednesday with seven teams crowned champions. The best community footballers from across northern NSW represented their respective member zones across the three-day tournament held at the Lake Macquarie

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NNSWF Local Champion Awards announced for June

Northern NSW Football is delighted to announce the recipients of its Local Champion Awards for June. The NNSWF Local Champion Awards are a monthly recognition of individuals and teams who make a difference across the football family as we thank

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Magic, Olympic to represent NNSWF in Australia Cup national round of 32

Broadmeadow Magic and Newcastle Olympic will represent Northern NSW Football in the Australia Cup’s national round of 32 after winning their seventh preliminary round matches on Wednesday night. At Cooks Square Park, Broadmeadow came from a goal down against Maitland

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NNSWF celebrates Refugee Week 2022 with gala day

Northern NSW Football have celebrated Refugee Week 2022 with a gala day for children from its Multicultural Settlement Program. The free program was launched in April and designed to build social inclusion and connections with the community for new migrant

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NNSWF announces squads for 2022 National Youth Championships

Northern NSW Football is delighted to announce its squads for the 2022 National Youth Championships. NNSWF will host the 2022 National Youth Championships which will be played at C.ex Coffs International Stadium, Coffs Harbour in September. NNSWF Head of Football

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National Youth Championships return in 2022 with Coffs Harbour to host the country’s leading emerging football talent

Football Australia is pleased to announce the National Youth Championships will return in 2022 having been sidelined due to the COVID pandemic for the last two years. Taking place over 10 days in September this year’s national football tournament for

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NNSWF launches Respect the Game campaign

Northern NSW Football has launched its Respect the Game campaign to create a genuine culture shift across football and fix the problem of poor behaviour and abuse. Thousands of people participate and officiate in football every weekend across northern NSW.

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NNSWF partner with Oceania Football Confederation to access coach development

Northern NSW Football is delighted to announce a partnership with the Oceania Football Confederation to improve access to coach development material. The partnership will see NNSWF encourage its coaches to access OFC’s coach development system and content through the OFC

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Office of Children’s Guardian webinar the focus of Working with Children Week  

Northern NSW Football will host a webinar in conjunction with the Office of Children’s Guardian as part of Working with Children Week. Working with Children Week raises awareness of key child safety provisions in NSW including the Working with Children

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Inaugural NNSWF Indigenous Women’s State Cup team announced 

Northern NSW Football is delighted to announce its inaugural Indigenous representative team to take part in the 2022 Women’s State Cup. The Women’s State Cup will return next month with the best NNSWF Premier and Community teams converging on the

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