Football Federation Northern Territory

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Football Federation Northern Territory
Football Federation Northern Territory logo.png
Formation 2005
Headquarters Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
Parent organisation

Football Federation Northern Territory is the state governing body for soccer in the Northern Territory, Australia. It is affiliated with Football Federation Australia, the national governing body. The Territory is also separated into three (Northern, Central and Southern) zones which have their own zone councils which administer leagues locally running their own league and cup competitions.

There is currently no overall champion - the regional winners in 2006 were Darwin Olympic (Northern Zone) and Verdi (Southern Zone). There was no competition in the Central Zone.

Clubs in NT[edit]

Northern Zone (NorZone Football)[edit]

2009 Premier League Teams[edit]

Past Participant Clubs[edit]

  • Darwin City Buffalos
  • Darwin Lions (Pre-2007 known as Afro-Oz Football Club)
  • Karama United Football Club
  • Litchfield Soccer Club
  • Mindil Aces Soccer Club
  • University Rangers Football Club
  • Waratahs Soccer Club (2007 No longer a Registered Club)

Central Zone (Football in Central Australia - FICA)[edit]

  • Borroloola FC
  • Gove Soccer Club
  • Katherine FC

Southern Zone[edit]

  • ASFA - (Not registered club, Academy team)
  • Buckleys Football Club (Pre-2007 known as Town and Country Tavern)
  • Celtic Soccer Club
  • Federals Soccer Club
  • Gillen Scorpions Soccer Club
  • Stormbirds Football Club
  • Verdi Soccer Club
  • Vikings Football Club

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