NSW State League Division 1

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NSW State League Division 1
Country Australia
Founded 1959
Number of teams 12
Levels on pyramid 4
Promotion to NPL NSW 2
Relegation to State League 2
Domestic cup(s) FFA Cup
Waratah Cup
Current champions Gladesville Ryde Magic
(2012)
Website footballnsw.com.au

The NSW State League Division 1 is a regional Australian semi-professional association football league comprising teams from New South Wales. The league sits at Level 3 on the New South Wales league system (Level 4 of the overall Australian league system). The competition is administered by Football NSW, the governing body of the sport in the southern region of the state (the northern region governed by Northern NSW Football).

Format[edit]

The regular season consists of 26 rounds with each team playing each other twice-home and away. Following the regular season the top five teams on the table play in a finals series using the following format:

  • First weekpreliminary semi-final – 2nd vs 3rd + elimination semi-final – 4th vs 5th
  • Second weekmajor semi-final – 1st vs winner psf + minor semi-final – loser PSF vs winner ESF
  • Third weekpreliminary final – loser of MJF vs winner of MNS
  • Final weekgrand final – winner of MJF vs winner of PF

Teams[edit]

2010[edit]

2009[edit]

2008[edit]

  • Blacktown Spartans
  • Dulwich Hill (Demoted from Super League)
  • Fairfield Bulls
  • Hills United
  • Hurstville City Minotaurs SC (promoted from Division Two/Conference League)
  • Hurstville ZSC
  • Inter Lions
  • Mounties FC(formerly Mt Pritchard)
  • Ryde City Gunners Football Club
  • Schofields Scorpions
  • Spirit FC (Formally known as Gladesville Spirit)
  • Stanmore Hawks
  • Sydney Wanderers (Demoted from Super League)
  • UNSW (Promoted from Division Two)

2007[edit]

  • Blacktown Spartans
  • Canterbury Bankstown Berries (Demoted from Winter Super League)
  • Dulwich Hill (Demoted from Winter Super League)
  • Fairfield Bulls
  • Hills United
  • Hurstville ZSC
  • Inter Lions
  • Mt Pritchard(now known as Mounties FC)
  • Ryde City Gunners Football Club
  • Schofields Scorpions
  • Spirit FC (Formally known as Gladesville Spirit)
  • Springwood
  • Sydney Wanderers (Demoted from Winter Super League)
  • UNSW (Promoted from Division Two State League)

2006[edit]

Honours[edit]

Year Premiers Premier Runner's Up Champions Grand Finalists
2009 Dulwich Hill F.C. Mounties F.C. Mounties F.C. Dulwich Hill F.C.

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