2013 Football NSW season

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Football New South Wales
Season2013
ChampionsBonnyrigg White Eagles
2012
2014

The Football NSW 2013 season was the first season under the new competition format in New South Wales. The competition consisted of four divisions across the State of New South Wales, created from the teams in the previous structure. The overall premier for the new structure qualified for the National Premier Leagues finals series, competing with the other state federation champions in a final knockout tournament to decide the National Premier Leagues Champion for 2013.

League Tables[edit]

2013 National Premier League NSW Men's 1[edit]

NPL NSW Men's 1
Season2013
ChampionsBonnyrigg White Eagles
PremiersSydney United 58
RelegatedCentral Coast Mariners Academy
Matches played132
Goals scored426 (3.23 per match)
Top goalscorerRitchie Cardozo
Luka Glavas
Panagiotis Nikas
(16 goals)
Biggest home win4 goals
(5 times)
Biggest away winCentral Coast Mariners Academy 1–6 Sutherland Sharks (22 June 2013)
Highest scoringSouth Coast Wolves 4–4 APIA Leichhardt Tigers
(18 May 2013)
Blacktown City 3–5 Central Coast Mariners Academy
(30 June 2013)
2012
2014

The National Premier League New South Wales 2013 season was played over 22 rounds, from March to August 2013.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Sydney United 58 22 14 3 5 46 30 +16 45 Qualified for the 2013 National Premier Leagues Finals
2 Sutherland Sharks 22 13 5 4 47 26 +21 44 Qualified for the 2013 NSW Finals
3 Bonnyrigg White Eagles (C) 22 13 4 5 44 30 +14 43
4 Rockdale City Suns 22 11 6 5 37 21 +16 39
5 Marconi Stallions 22 11 4 7 29 26 +3 37
6 Blacktown City 22 10 6 6 44 32 +12 36
7 Sydney Olympic 22 8 5 9 30 29 +1 29
8 Manly United 22 6 8 8 34 35 −1 26
9 Blacktown Spartans 22 6 5 11 28 31 −3 23
10 Central Coast Mariners Academy (R) 22 4 3 15 30 62 −32 15 Relegated to the 2014 NPL NSW 2
11 APIA Leichhardt Tigers 22 2 8 12 29 48 −19 14
12 South Coast Wolves 22 3 5 14 28 53 −25 14
Updated to match(es) played on 18 August 2013. Source: sportingpulse.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.

Finals[edit]

 
  Qualifying Finals Semi Finals Preliminary Finals Grand Final
                                     
1 Sydney United 58 1 (3)  
    3 Bonnyrigg White Eagles 1 (5)         3 Bonnyrigg White Eagles 1
2 Sutherland Sharks 2     1 Sydney United 58 2 (3)   4 Rockdale City Suns 0
3 Bonnyrigg White Eagles 5       4 Rockdale City Suns 2 (4)  
2 Sutherland Sharks 1
4 Rockdale City Suns 1 (4)   4 Rockdale City Suns 2  
5 Marconi Stallions 1 (2)

2013 National Premier League NSW Men's 2[edit]

NPL NSW Men's 2
Season2013
ChampionsSt George
PromotedSt George
Matches played132
Goals scored402 (3.05 per match)
Top goalscorerJuan Chavez (17 goals)
Biggest home winSt George 6–1 Mt Druitt Town
(14 April 2013)
Parramatta FC 5–0 Bankstown City
(5 May 2013)
Biggest away winMt Druitt Town 0–5 Macarthur Rams
(1 June 2013)
Highest scoringSt George 6–1 Mt Druitt Town
(14 April 2013)
2012
2014

The 2013 National Premier League NSW Men's 2 was the first edition of the new NPL NSW 2 as the second level domestic association football competition in New South Wales. 12 teams competed, all playing each other twice for a total of 22 rounds, with the top team at the end of the year being promoted to the NPL NSW Men's 1 competition.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 St George (P, C) 22 14 5 3 52 25 +27 47 Promoted to the 2014 NPL NSW Men's 1
2 Macarthur Rams 22 11 7 4 33 20 +13 40 Qualified for the 2013 NPL NSW Men's 2 Finals
3 Mounties Wanderers 22 10 4 8 38 28 +10 34
4 Fraser Park 22 10 4 8 31 33 −2 34
5 Bankstown Berries 22 8 9 5 42 34 +8 33
6 Spirit FC 22 9 6 7 28 29 −1 33
7 Parramatta FC 22 9 4 9 31 24 +7 31
8 Northern Tigers 22 8 6 8 27 25 +2 30
9 Hills United 22 7 5 10 33 36 −3 26
10 Bankstown City 22 7 5 10 30 40 −10 26
11 Sydney University 22 4 6 12 32 50 −18 18
12 Mt Druitt Town Rangers 22 3 3 16 25 58 −33 12
Source:[citation needed]
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted.

Finals[edit]

 
  Qualifying Finals Semi Finals Preliminary Finals Grand Final
                                     
1 St George 2  
    2 Macarthur Rams 1         1 St George 3
2 Macarthur Rams 2     2 Macarthur Rams 0   3 Mounties Wanderers 1
3 Mounties Wanderers 1       3 Mounties Wanderers 3  
3 Mounties Wanderers 1
4 Fraser Park 2   4 Fraser Park 0  
5 Bankstown Berries 1

2013 NSW State League Division 1[edit]

NSW State League Division 1
Season2013
ChampionsBalmain Tigers
RelegatedProspect United
Matches played132
Goals scored479 (3.63 per match)
Top goalscorerRosario Occhipiniti (17 goals)
Biggest home winNorthbridge FC 7–1 Hawkesbury City
(7 July 2013)
Biggest away winWestern NSW Mariners FC 1–7 Dulwich Hill
(6 April 2013)
Highest scoring9 goals
(3 games)
2012
2014

The 2013 NSW State League Division 1 was the first edition of the State League to be incorporated under the National Premier Leagues banner. 12 teams competed, all playing each other twice for a total of 22 rounds. At the end of the season, one team was promoted from the State League Division 2, with one team relegated to the State League Division 1.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Northbridge FC 22 13 3 6 52 35 +17 42 Qualified for the 2013 NSW State League Division 1 Finals
2 Dulwich Hill 22 12 5 5 47 27 +20 41
3 Balmain Tigers (C) 22 11 6 5 42 32 +10 39
4 Hakoah Sydney City East 22 12 1 9 43 33 +10 37
5 Granville Rage 22 10 6 6 39 32 +7 36
6 Hawkesbury City 22 11 2 9 50 44 +6 35
7 Gladesville Ryde Magic 22 9 3 10 46 38 +8 30
8 Inter Lions 22 8 2 12 37 41 −4 26
9 Nepean FC 22 7 5 10 34 45 −11 26
10 Prospect United (R) 22 6 6 10 33 35 −2 24 Relegated to the 2014 NSW State League Division 2
11 Western NSW Mariners 22 5 4 13 34 58 −24 19
12 Camden Tigers 22 5 3 14 22 59 −37 18
Source:[citation needed]
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.

Finals[edit]

 
  Qualifying Finals Semi Finals Preliminary Finals Grand Final
                                     
1 Northbridge FC 1  
    3 Balmain Tigers 0         1 Northbridge FC 0
2 Dulwich Hill 0     3 Balmain Tigers 4   3 Balmain Tigers 2
3 Balmain Tigers 3       4 Hakoah Sydney City East 1  
2 Dulwich Hill 2
4 Hakoah Sydney City East 2   4 Hakoah Sydney City East 3  
5 Granville Rage 1

2013 NSW State League Division 2[edit]

NSW State League Division 2
Season2013
ChampionsStanmore Hawks
PromotedStanmore Hawks
Matches played110
Goals scored356 (3.24 per match)
Top goalscorerNeil Philippou (25 goals)
Biggest home winStanmore Hawks 8–0 Schofield Scorpions
(1 September 2013)
Biggest away winSchofield Scorpions 0–16 Stanmore Hawks
(16 June 2013)
Highest scoringSchofield Scorpions 0–16 Stanmore Hawks
(16 June 2013)
(16 goals)
2012
2014

The 2013 NSW State League Division 2 was the first edition of the State League to be incorporated under the National Premier Leagues banner. 11 teams competed, all playing each other twice for a total of 20 matches. At the end of the season, one team was promoted from the State League Division 2, with one team relegated from the State League Division 1.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Stanmore Hawks (C, P) 20 16 0 4 66 15 +51 48 Promoted to the 2014 NSW State League Division 1
2 Fairfield City Lions 20 13 3 4 54 18 +36 42 Qualified for the 2013 NSW State League Division 2 Finals
3 University of NSW 20 11 5 4 30 18 +12 38
4 Southern Bulls 20 10 3 7 28 21 +7 33
5 Western Condors 20 8 7 5 30 18 +12 31
6 Belmore United (R) 20 9 3 8 37 28 +9 30 Team not granted a license for 2014 season[1]
7 Southern Branch 20 9 2 9 23 30 −7 29
8 Hurstville FC 20 7 2 11 32 37 −5 23
9 Hurstville City Minotaurs 20 6 3 11 31 29 +2 21
10 Enfield Rovers 20 6 2 12 23 38 −15 20
11 Schofield Scorpions (R) 20 0 0 20 2 104 −102 0 Team withdrew at end of season
Source:[citation needed]
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

Finals[edit]

 
  Qualifying Finals Semi Finals Preliminary Finals Grand Final
                                     
1 Stanmore Hawks 4  
    2 Fairfield City 1         1 Stanmore Hawks 1
2 Fairfield City 3     2 Fairfield City 4   2 Fairfield City 0
3 University of NSW 0       5 Western Condors 1  
3 University of NSW 0
4 Southern Bulls 2   5 Western Condors 1  
5 Western Condors 4

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Football NSW Statement regarding Belmore United". Football NSW. Retrieved 2014-07-07.