Fraser Park FC

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Escudo do Fraser Park Futebol Clube
Full name Fraser Park Football Club
Founded 1961
Ground Fraser Park, Marrickville
Football President Victor Lopes
1st Grade Head Coach Branko Culina
League NSW Men’s Premier League 2
2017 National Premier Leagues NSW 2 - 2nd
Website Club website
President – Victor Lopes
Chairman -Antonio Cerqueira
Youth Director – George Mavrocordatos
SAP Director– Jarek Pacholski
Technical Director  – Andrea Lcardi
Vice President/Association President – Carlos Afonso
Secretary – Frank Parisi
Sponsorship – David Diamantopoulos
Website & Branding – Patrick Macy

Fraser Park FC, is an Australian soccer club with teams competing at all grades of the NSW Men’s Premier League 3[1] and in various divisions of the Canterbury District Soccer Football Association.[2] The club also has teams participating in the Football NSW Skills Acquisition Program,[3] which is the official Football NSW development program for players age 9 to 11 years. Their home ground is Fraser Park, off Marrickville Rd in the Sydney suburb of Marrickville.

History[edit]

The club was founded in the 1960s by Portuguese immigrants as 'Clube Portugues de Sydney'. It was founded in Sydney's Paddington in the Eastern suburbs, but is now based in the Inner West at Marrickville. The club won its first official title at the All Age Gala Day organised by Soccer NSW, which was held in 1961.[4]

Team colours[edit]

The club has a distinct Portuguese background, and therefore its colours are that of the Portugal national football team.

Current senior squad[edit]

TBA [5]

Notable former players[edit]

Fraser Park has had a few former players go on to play for their respective International team. Most notably are the 2 players that played for the Socceroos; Clint Bolton and Ante Juric.

Australia

Malta

United States

Skills Acquisition Program[edit]

In late 2012, Fraser Park was awarded a licence to operate one of the 30 Skills Acquisition Programs coordinated by Football NSW for 2013.[6] This program added Under 9, Under 10 and Under 11 age groups to the Fraser Park elite level football program.

Honours[edit]

NSW NPL 2 Champions - 2017

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