Northern NSW Football

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Northern NSW Football
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Formation 1884
Headquarters Newcastle, New South Wales
CEO
David Eland
Parent organization
Football Federation Australia
Website Official website

Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) is the governing body of soccer in the north of New South Wales, Australia. It is a member of the national governing body, Football Federation Australia. The Federation was established the 9th of September 1884 as the Northern District British Football Association. To fall in line with the global football identity, the federation was re-branded to Northern NSW Football on the 25th of October 2006.[1]

Formation[edit]

On the 9th September, 1884, the Northern District British Football Association was established. On the 25th October, 2006, the Northern NSW Football was created due to internal restructuring and re-branding.[2]

Membership Structure[edit]

The NNSWF, the governing body for football in the northern regions of New South Wales, is Federation Member of Football Federation Australia (FFA) and as such reports directly to the FFA.[3] There are seven constituent members of the NNSWF with each being responsible for a geographical Zone:

Competitions[edit]

National Premier Leagues Northern NSW[edit]

The National Premier Leagues Northern NSW (NPL NNSW), previously known as the State League is the premier competition in Northern NSW involving 10 clubs from within the Hunter Region. The competition consists of four (4) grades – 1st Grade, Under 23’s, Under 19’s and Under 17’s. The 1st Grade competition consists of ten (10) teams due to the inclusion of the Newcastle Jets Youth team as does the Under 19’s competition due to the inclusion of the NNSWF NSWIS team.[5]

Northern NSW State League Division 1[edit]

The Northern NSW State League Division 1 is the underpinning competition to the National Premier Leagues Northern NSW with promotion and relegation between the leagues. From 2015, the competition involves 11 clubs from within the Hunter Region. The competition consists of four (4) grades – 1st Grade, Under 23s, Under 19s and Under 17s.[6]

Zone Leagues[edit]

Consisting of 4 divisions (Zone Premier League, Zone League One, Zone League Two, Zone League Three) with 10 clubs each which compete in promotion and relegation between the 4 divisions.

Women's Premier League[edit]

The Women's Premier League is the premier women’s competition and involves six clubs from within NNSW.[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About". northernnswfootball.com.au. Retrieved 29 December 2013. 
  2. ^ Northern NSW Football About (accessed 2 March 2015)
  3. ^ FFA, Who Are We (accessed 2 March 2015)
  4. ^ Northern NSW Football Members (accessed 2 March 2015)
  5. ^ "NBN State League". Northern NSW Football. 2013-04-06. Retrieved 2013-08-21. 
  6. ^ "NNSWF Announces Expansion of Premier Competitions for Season 2015". Northern NSW Football. 2014-10-13. Retrieved 2014-11-27. 
  7. ^ "Herald Women's Premier League". Northern NSW Football. 2013-03-17. Retrieved 2013-08-21. 

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