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Award winners announced for 2022 Female Football Week

NNSWF Female Football Week

Northern NSW Football is delighted to announce the recipients of its 2022 Female Football Week awards. Awards were presented at NNSWF’s annual Female Football Week networking event held at Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility earlier tonight. The event was attended

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All-female match official crew and networking event to headline 2022 Female Football Week

A networking evening that coincides with the NPL Women’s NNSW Match of the Round will headline Northern NSW Football’s 2022 Female Football Week celebrations. Female Football Week will run from Friday 6 May to Sunday 15 May, giving the football

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Inaugural NNSWF Indigenous Representative team to compete at 2022 Women’s State Cup

An Indigenous team will represent Northern NSW Football for the first time at this year’s Women’s State Cup. The Women’s State Cup will return in July with the best NNSWF Premier and Community teams converging on the Lake Macquarie Regional

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First Nations Footballers and Coaches Invited to the Inaugural NAIDOC Cup

Northern NSW Football has launched the NAIDOC Cup, a tournament for First Nations’ coaches and footballers aged 14-16 years old. Male and female teams representing Northern NSW Football and Football NSW will face off on Awabakal land, at Lake Macquarie

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$55 million to help sports recover from floods

FFNC Flood damaged football field

The NSW Government has announced a $55 million Sport Infrastructure Recovery Fund to help flood impacted sporting organisations get back in the game. The Fund will support the repair and reconstruction of flood-damaged sports facilities including football clubs across North

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Shoosh for Kids returns for 2022

Shoosh for Kids NNSWF

Shoosh for Kids is back in 2022 and the message is clear – if you can’t say anything nice at kids’ football, don’t say anything. Happening right across May, now is the time to sign up and keep the focus

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NNSWF’s flood support road trip delivers clubs $40,000 worth of equipment

A team of Northern NSW Football staff travelled north last week as part of a two-day road trip to deliver flood relief equipment to help clubs replace damaged or lost gear. NNSWF Head of Football Development Peter Haynes, Community Football

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FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 to leave $10 million legacy for NSW football

Football in NSW will receive a $10 million boost from the NSW government as a legacy of hosting matches in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023. The NSW Football Legacy Program will support football at all levels through the construction

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Community football kicks off across northern NSW for 2022

It will be all smiles as community football officially kicks off across northern NSW this weekend. Scores of players will take to the pitch across Hunter Valley Football, Newcastle Football and Macquarie Football member zones from children to adults including

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NNSWF trio chosen for Junior Matildas training camp

Head coach Rae Dower continues to widen the net with April’s Commonwealth Bank Junior Matildas training camp set to welcome 30 promising footballers to South Australia. The second training camp of 2022, with players from across the nation, including WA-based

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