National Premier Leagues NSW 3

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National Premier Leagues NSW 3
National Premier Leagues logo.png
Country Australia
Founded 1959
1959 (as NSW Division 3)
1979 (as NSW Division 2)
1983 (as NSW Division 3)
1992 (as NSW Division 2)
2001 (as NSW State League 1)
2013 (as NPL NSW 3)
Number of teams 14
Level on pyramid 4
Promotion to NPL NSW 2
Relegation to NSW State League
Domestic cup(s) FFA Cup
Waratah Cup
Current champions Rydalmere Lions FC
(2016)
Current premiers Hills Brumbies FC
Website footballnsw.com.au
2016 Football NSW season

The NSW NPL3 is a regional Australian semi-professional association football league comprising teams from New South Wales. The league sits at Level 3 on the New South Wales league system (Level 4 of the overall Australian league system). The competition is administered by Football NSW, the governing body of the sport in the southern region of the state (the northern region governed by Northern NSW Football). At the conclusion of the 2015 season it was announced that the State League 1 would become the NPL3 [1]

Format[edit]

The regular season consists of 26 rounds with each team playing each other twice-home and away.

Finals series[edit]

Following the regular season the top six teams on the table play in a finals series

Competing clubs[edit]

2017[edit]

  • Balmain Tigers FC
  • Dulwich Hill FC
  • Dunbar Rovers FC
  • Fraser Park FC
  • Gladesville Ryde Magic
  • Granville Rage
  • Hawkesbury City FC
  • Inter Lions SC
  • Rydalmere Lions FC
  • SD Raiders FC
  • St.George FA
  • Stanmore Hawks
  • Sydney University SFC
  • Western NSW Mariners FC

2016[edit]

  • Balmain Tigers FC
  • Dulwich Hill FC
  • Dunbar Rovers FC
  • Gladesville Ryde Magic
  • Granville Rage
  • Hawkesbury City FC
  • Hills Brumbies
  • Inter Lions SC
  • Rydalmere Lions FC
  • Stanmore Hawks
  • Sydney University SFC
  • Western NSW Mariners FC

2015[edit]

Pos Team W D L P
1 Northbridge FC 18 3 1 57
2 Rydalmere Lions 12 4 6 40
3 Hills Brumbies FC 11 2 9 35
4 Balmain Tigers 10 4 8 34
5 Dulwich Hill 10 4 8 34
6 Stanmore Hawks 10 2 10 32
7 Hawkesbury City SC 9 3 10 30
8 Gladesville Ryde Magic 7 7 8 28
9 Inter Lions 6 7 9 25
10 Western NSW Mariners FC 7 4 11 25
11 Granville Rage 5 3 14 18
12 Nepean FC 4 3 15 15

2010[edit]

2009[edit]

2008[edit]

  • Blacktown Spartans
  • Dulwich Hill (Demoted from Super League)
  • Fairfield Bulls
  • Hills United
  • Hurstville City Minotaurs SC (promoted from Division Two/Conference League)
  • Hurstville ZSC
  • Inter Lions
  • Mounties FC(formerly Mt Pritchard)
  • Ryde City Gunners Football Club
  • Schofields Scorpions
  • Spirit FC (Formally known as Gladesville Spirit)
  • Stanmore Hawks
  • Sydney Wanderers (Demoted from Super League)
  • UNSW (Promoted from Division Two)

2007[edit]

  • Blacktown Spartans
  • Canterbury Bankstown Berries (Demoted from Winter Super League)
  • Dulwich Hill (Demoted from Winter Super League)
  • Fairfield Bulls
  • Hills United
  • Hurstville ZSC
  • Inter Lions
  • Mt Pritchard(now known as Mounties FC)
  • Ryde City Gunners Football Club
  • Schofields Scorpions
  • Spirit FC (Formally known as Gladesville Spirit)
  • Springwood
  • Sydney Wanderers (Demoted from Winter Super League)
  • UNSW (Promoted from Division Two State League)

2006[edit]

Seasons[edit]

Since 1959 there have been 49 seasons of Division Three. In total there have been 42 different premiers.[a] There have been seven teams to win multiple premierships. Blacktown City FC, Bathurst '75, Granville Chile, Fraser Park FC, Greystanes, Dulwich Hill and North Shore Mariners have each won the premiership twice.

Competition Season Grand Finals Regular season
Champions
(number of titles)
Score Finalists Premiers
(number of titles)
Runners-Up
Division Three 1959 Toongabbie
Division Three 1960 Croatia Sydney
Division Three 1961 Melita Eagles Juventus
Division Three 1962 Cabramatta Sydney University
Disbanded to Amateur Leagues/Inter suburban leagues (1963–1970)
Division Three 1971 Belmore 2–1 Northern Districts Bankstown City Belmore
Division Three 1972 Belmore  ?
2–1 (a.e.t.)(replay)
Enmore Rosebery Rhodes Enmore
Division Three 1973 Marrickville-Rockdale 3–0 Ku-Ring-Gai Riveside Rapid Marrickville-Rockdale
Division Three 1974 Ku-Ring-Gai 0–0 (a.e.t.)
2–1 (replay)
Arncliffe Scots Northern Districts Arncliffe Scots
Division Three 1975 Toongabbie 2–1 Queens Park Toongabbie (2) Ku-Ring-Gai
Division Three 1976 Ku-Ring-Gai 2–0 Queens Park Ku-Ring-Gai Queens Park
Division Three 1977 Nepean Corinthian 2–1 University of NSW Blacktown United University of NSW
Division Three 1978 Nepean Corinthian (2) 3–0 Lethbridge Rangers Nepean Corinthean Bathurst '75
Division Two 1979 Bathurst '75 2–1 Gladesville Ravens Bathurst '75 Gladesville Ravens
Division Two 1980 Gladesville Ravens 2–0 North Bankstown Guildford County Gladesville Ravens
Division Two 1981 Dee Why Swans 1–1, 6–4 (p) Mt Druitt Town Rangers Dee Why Swans Marrickville Rockdale
Division Two 1982 Artarmon 2–1 Campbelltown City Artarmon Campbelltown City
Division Three 1983 Campbelltown City 1–1, 3–2 (p) Queens Park-Eastern Suburbs Bathurst '75 (2) Queens Park-Eastern Suburbs
Division Three 1984 Campbelltown City (2) 1–0 Queens Park-Eastern Suburbs Campbelltown City Queens Park-Eastern Suburbs
Division Three 1985 Kingsford Hellenic Bondi Marine
Division Three 1986 Granville Chile Rooty Hill
Division Three 1987 Granville Chile (2) West United
Division Three 1988 Dulwich Hill 1–0 Moorebank Sports Dulwich Hill Moorebank Sports
Division Three 1989 Rosebery Portugal Central Coast
Division Three 1990 Port Hacking-Greenisland Mount Pritchard
Division Three 1991 Lemnos Allstars West Wanderers
Division Two 1992 Bathurst '75 2–0 North Ryde Belmore Hercules Bathurst '75
Division Two 1993 North Ryde 1–0 Southern Minotaurs North Ryde Southern Minotaurs
Division Two 1994 Southern Minotaurs Hills United
Division Two 1995 Penrith Panthers Bankstown Sports
Division Two 1996 Greystanes Sydney Districts
Division Two 1997 AC United Moorebank Sports
Division Two 1998 Hajduk Wanderers Dulwich Hills
Division Two 1999 Hajduk Wanderers Sydney University Fraser Park Dragons (2) Hajduk Wanderers
Division Two 2000 Hurstville ZSC Hills United Greystanes (2) Hurstville ZSC
NSW State League 1 2001 Sydney University 2–1 Ryde City Sydney University Illawarra Lions
NSW State League 1 2002 Mount Pritchard 1–0 Wanderers Cedars Wanderers Cedars Western Rage
NSW State League 1 2003 Mount Pritchard (2) 2–0 Northern Tigers FC Northern Tigers FC Hurstville ZSC
NSW State League 1 2004 Nepean Association 1–0 Western Rage Nepean Association Western Rage
NSW State League 1 2005 Fairfield City Lions 4–0 Mt Druitt Town Rangers Fairfield City Lions Inter Lions
NSW State League 1 2006 Schofield Scorpions 2–0 Mt Druitt Town Rangers Mt Druitt Town Rangers Mount Pritchard
NSW State League 1 2007 Spirit FC 2–2, 4–2 (p) Canterbury Bankstown Berries Canterbury Bankstown Berries Spirit FC
NSW State League 1 2008 Spirit FC 1–1, 2–1 (p) Dulwich Hill Spirit FC Inter Lions
NSW State League 1 2009 Mounties FC (3) 2–0 Dulwich Hill Dulwich Hill (2) Mounties FC
NSW State League 1 2010 Fairfield City Lions (2) 3–2 Hills Brumbies Hills Brumbies Blacktown Spartans
NSW State League 1 2011 Mounties Wanderers (4) 3–0 Gladesville Ryde Magic Mounties Wanderers Fairfield City Lions
NSW State League 1 2012 Gladesville Ryde Magic 2–0 Mt Druitt Town Rangers Gladesville Ryde Magic Mt Druitt Town Rangers
NSW State League 1 2013 Balmain Tigers FC 2–0 (a.e.t.) Northbridge FC Northbridge FC Dulwich Hill
NSW State League 1 2014 Hakoah Sydney City East 3–2 (a.e.t.) Northbridge FC Hakoah Sydney City East Northbridge FC
NSW State League 1 2015 North Shore Mariners 3–2 Hills Brumbies North Shore Mariners (2) Rydalmere Lions
NPL NSW Men's 3 2016 Rydalmere Lions 4-1 Hills Brumbies Hills Brumbies (2) Rydalmere Lions

Source: www.socceraust.co.uk

  1. ^ Premier is defined as first place in the standings after the regular season, not the winner of the finals series

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2016 Men's competition review" (PDF). Football NSW. Retrieved 18 September 2015. 

External links[edit]