Football South Coast

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Football South Coast
Country Australia
Number of teams27
Level on pyramid6–11
Domestic cup(s)Illawarra Mercury Premier League
WebsiteOfficial Website

Football South Coast is a sport governing body and soccer competition based in the Illawarra and South Coast regions of New South Wales. All competitions and soccer activity of Football South Coast is under control of Football New South Wales. The Illawarra Mercury Premier League is the top level of competition in this region. The second tier of soccer in the region involve two leagues, the Illawarra Credit Union District League and the Peoplecare District League. The final tier of soccer involves amateur and social players spread across four divisions and two masters competitions.

Teams and structure[edit]

Illawarra Mercury Premier League[edit]

Twelve (12) teams compete in the premier league in both Men's and Youth league.

Illawarra WGC Cranes District League[edit]

Fourteen (14) teams compete in the district league across three competitions (First, Reserve and Youth)

  • Balgownie Rangers FC
  • Berkeley Sports FC
  • Coniston FC
  • Corrimal Rangers FC
  • Fernhill FC
  • Helensburgh Thistles FC
  • Kiama Quarriers FC
  • Oak Flats Falcons FC
  • Picton Rangers FC
  • Thirroul Thunder FC
  • University FC
  • Warilla Wanderers FC
  • Wests Illawarra FC

Community Leagues[edit]

  • The community leagues comprise all ages division one to four (AA1 – AA4) and Over 35's Masters Leagues One to Three (ML1 – ML3).


Football South Coast (FSC) was established in 2008 as a unification of all soccer associations and governing bodies in the area. This was the result of Football NSW desire to organise and manage all regions within its borders effectively. The merger involved nine key associations: Illawarra Football Association (IFA), Illawarra Junior Football Association (IJFA), Illawarra Amateur Football Association (IAFA), Wollongong Wolves (now South Coast Wolves), Futsal, the A-League bid team, Illawarra Women's Football Association (IWFA), the Illawarra Stingrays and the Referee's Association. These bodies have been dissolved to make way for FSC, with the exception of the Wolves and Stingrays which will operate as clubs not associations.[1]


There are five main councils of Football South Coast. They are the Men's, Women's, Junior's and Referee's and Development.[1]


  1. ^ a b Football South Coast About Us. Accessed 17 January 2012.

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