National Premier Leagues NSW 2

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National Premier Leagues NSW 2
National Premier Leagues logo.png
Country Australia
State NSW
Confederation AFC
Founded 1957
1957 (as NSW Division 2)
1979 (as NSW Division 1)
1983 (as NSW Division 2)
1992 (as State League Division 1)
2001 (as NSW Super League)
2013 (as NPL NSW 2)
Number of teams 12
Level on pyramid 3
Promotion to NPL NSW
Relegation to NPL NSW 3
Domestic cup(s) FFA Cup
Waratah Cup
Current champions Sydney FC Youth
(2016)
Current premiers Sydney FC Youth (2016)
Most championships St George FC and Rockdale City Suns (4)
2016 Football NSW season

The National Premier Leagues NSW 2 is an Australian semi-professional association football league comprising teams from New South Wales. The league sits at Level 2 on the New South Wales league system, behind the National Premier Leagues NSW, (Level 3 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). Prior to 2013, the league was formally known as the NSW Super League.

History[edit]

Following a review by the FFA of state league competitions in Australia, it was announced that they would nationalise the competitions under the one national banner, the National Premier Leagues from the 2013 seasons onwards.[1] This saw the first and second tier leagues of the state renamed under the banner.

The inaugural NSW NPL2 winners in 2013 were St George FC.

Format[edit]

The regular season consists of 22 rounds with each team playing each other twice-home and away. Following the regular season the top five teams on the table play in a finals series using the following format:

  • First WeekPreliminary Semi-Final- 2nd vs 3rd + Elimination Semi-Final- 4th vs 5th
  • Second WeekMajor Semi-Final- 1st vs Winner PSF + Minor Semi-Final- Loser PSF vs Winner ESF
  • Third WeekPreliminary Final – Loser of MJF vs Winner of MNS
  • Final WeekGrand Final – Winner of MJF vs Winner of PF

Promotion/relegation[edit]

Promotion & Relegation is done quite differently in the NSW region of the National Premier Leagues as it is based on the performances of the Seniors, U20's and U18's. The 3 teams are awarded points based on ladder position culminating into an overall club championship ladder that ultimately determines if the club is promoted or relegated.[2]

Clubs[edit]

The following 14 clubs are competing in the National Premier Leagues NSW 2 for the 2017 season.

Club Location Grounds Capacity Founded Notes
Bankstown Berries FC Bass Hill The Crest Reserve 15,000 1958
Bankstown City FC Sefton Jensen Oval 8,000 1960
Blacktown Spartans FC Rooty Hill Blacktown International Sportspark 10,000 2002 Relegated from NPL NSW 1
Central Coast Mariners Academy Gosford Pluim Park 2,000 2008
Hills Brumbies FC Rouse Hill Russell Reserve
Lilly Homes Stadium
1,000
7,000
1998 Promoted from NPL NSW 3
Macarthur Rams FC Campbelltown Lynwood Park 20,000 1984
Marconi Stallions FC Bossley Park Marconi Stadium 9,000 1958
Mounties Wanderers FC Mount Pritchard Mount Pritchard Oval 5,000 1978
Mt Druitt Town Rangers Mount Druitt Popondetta Park 3,000 1970
North Shore Mariners Northbridge Northbridge Oval 500 1952
Northern Tigers FC Hornsby Mills Park 1,500 2002
Spirit FC Macquarie Park Christie Park 2,000 2004
St George FC Banksia St George Stadium 15,000 1950
Western Sydney Wanderers FC Youth Blacktown Blacktown International Sportspark 10,000 2012
Source: Football NSW[3]

Seasons[edit]

Season Competition Regular season Finals series
Premiers
(number of titles)
League Runners-Up Champions Score Finalists
1957 Division Two Villawood Villawood 3–2 Camperdown
1958 Division Two Budapest (East)1 Pan-Hellenic (West) Budapest 4–0 Pan-Hellenic
1959 Division Two Neerlandia (Manly Warringah) Pan-Hellenic (2) Unknown if Finals series was held
1960 Division Two Pan-Hellenic Polonia Polonia 2–1 Pan-Hellenic (2)
1961 Division Two SSC Yugal Granville AEK Balgownie Rangers 3–1 Granville AEK
1962 Division Two Croatia Balgownie Rangers Corinthian BESC 3–1 Croatia
1963 Division Two Corinthian BESC Polonia North Side Polonia North Side 1–0 Corinthian BESC
1964 Division Two Polonia North Side Granville AEK (2) Polonia North Side (2) 2–1 Wollongong Olympic
1965 Division Two Corinthian BESC (2) Granville AEK (3) Corinthian BESC (2) 4–1 Granville AEK (2)
1966 Division Two Polonia North Side (2) Canterbury-Marrickville Polonia North Side (3) 4–3 (a.e.t.) Canterbury-Marrickville
1967 Division Two Manly Warringah (2) Granville AEK (4) Bankstown 1–0 Sutherland Shire
1968 Division Two Auburn Western Suburbs Auburn 3–0 Western Suburbs
1969 Division Two Marconi Fairfield Bankstown Bankstown 3–2 Western Suburbs (2)
1970 Division Two Western Suburbs Sutherland Shire No Finals Series held
1971 Division Two Sutherland Shire Granville AEK (5) Sutherland Shire Unknown
1972 Division Two Granville AEK Canterbury-Marrickville (2) Grand Final results unknown
1973 Division Two Canterbury-Marrickville Balgownie Rangers (2) Grand Final results unknown
1974 Division Two Granville Parramatta (2) Balgownie Rangers (3) Manly Warringah 1–0 Balgownie Rangers
1975 Division Two Manly Warringah (3) Arncliffe Scots Bankstown 2–1 Arncliffe Scots
1976 Division Two Riverside Avala Yugal Prague Grand Final results unknown
1977 Division Two Melita Eagles Toongabbie Revesby Workers Ku-Ring-Gai
1978 Division Two Ku-Ring-Gai Revesby Workers Polonia North Side 3–0 Ku-Ring-Gai (2)
1979 NSW Division One St George-Budapest (2) North Sydney Inter Grand Final results unknown
1980 NSW Division One Marconi Fairfield Polonia Grand Final results unknown
1981 NSW Division One SSC Yugal (2) Ku-Ring-Gai Grand Final results unknown
1982 NSW Division One Ku-Ring-Gai (2) Blacktown United Fairy Meadow 2–0 Blacktown United
1983 NSW Division Two Rockdale Ilinden Warringah Narrabeen Warringah Narrabeeen 3–2 (a.e.t.) Gladesville Ravens
1984 NSW Division Two Fairy Meadow Wollongong Macedonia Grand Final results unknown
1985 NSW Division Two Wollongong Macedonia Gladesville-Hornsby Gladesville-Hornsby 2–1 Queens Park
1986 NSW Division Two SSC Yugal (3) Gladesville-Hornsby (2) Gladesville-Hornsby (2) 1–0 North Bankstown
1987 NSW Division Two Polonia (3) Fairy Meadow Kingsford Hellenic 2–1 Polonia
1988 NSW Division Two Avala (2) Fairy Meadow (2) Avala 4–2 Sydney Macedonia
1989 NSW Division Two Sydney Macedonia North Shore United Grand Final results unknown
1990 NSW Division Two Southern Districts Dulwich Hill Grand Final results unknown
1991 NSW Division Two Waverley Dulwich Hill (2) Dulwich Hill 4–0 Waverley
1992 Stage League Division One Cyprus United Auburn United Cyprus United 3–1 Central Coast
1993 Stage League Division One Mt Druitt Town Rangers Auburn United (2) Grand Final results unknown
1994 Stage League Division One Macarthur Rams Wollongong United (2) Macarthur Rams 1–0 Wollongong United
1995 Stage League Division One Belmore Hercules Central Coast Grand Final results unknown
1996 Stage League Division One Sydney Cosmos Belmore Hercules Grand Final results unknown
1997 Stage League Division One Hurstville City Minotaurs Ryde City Stanmore Hawks 1–0 Eastern Suburbs
1998 Stage League Division One Fairfield Bulls Hurstville City Minotaurs Grand Final results unknown
1999 Stage League Division One St George Saints (3) Penrith Panthers Manly Warringah Dolphins
2000 Stage League Division One Dulwich Hill Hajduk Wanderers Dulwich Hill Hajduk Wanderers
2001 NSW Super League Bankstown City Fairfield Bulls Manly Warringah Dolphins 1–0 Bankstown City
2002 NSW Super League Rockdale City Suns (2) Manly Warringah Dolphins Rockdale City Suns 1–0 Hajduk Wanderers
2003 NSW Super League Sydney Crescent Stars Fraser Park Dragons Sydney Crescent Stars 3–2 Fraser Park Dragons
2004 NSW Super League Manly Warringah Dolphins Stanmore Hawks Stanmore Hawks 2–1 Manly Warringah Dolphins
2005 NSW Super League FC Bossy Liverpool Canterbury Marrickville Olympic Canterbury Marrickville Olympic 1–0 FC Bossy Liverpool
2006 NSW Super League Rockdale City Suns (3) Penrith Nepean United Rockdale City Suns 1–0 Penrith Nepean United
2007 NSW Super League Northern Tigers FC Bonnyrigg White Eagles Bonnyrigg White Eagles 2–0 Northern Tigers FC
2008 NSW Super League Bonnyrigg White Eagles PCYC Parramatta Liverpool Bossy 2–1 PCYC Parramatta
2009 NSW Super League Rockdale City Suns (4) PCYC Parramatta Spirit FC 1–1
8–7 (pen.)
PCYC Parramatta
2010 NSW Super League Parramatta Eagles Northern Tigers FC Northern Tigers FC 4–0 St George FC
2011 NSW Super League Blacktown Spartans West Sydney Berries Blacktown Spartans 3–0 West Sydney Berries
2012 NSW Super League Northern Tigers FC Bankstown City Northern Tigers FC 1–1
4–3 (pen.)
Bankstown Berries
2013 NPL NSW Men's 2 St George FC (4) Macarthur Rams St George FC 3–1 Mounties Wanderers
2014 NPL NSW Men's 2 Parramatta FC Central Coast Mariners Academy Macarthur Rams 2–1 Parramatta FC
2015 NPL NSW Men's 2 Spirit FC Hakoah Sydney City East FC Northern Tigers FC 2–1 Bankstown City
2016 NPL NSW Men's 2 Sydney FC Youth Western Sydney Wanderers FC Youth Sydney FC Youth 4–1 Western Sydney Wanderers FC Youth

Source: www.socceraust.co.uk

1 1958 League season was divided into two conferences, East and West. The two premiers played out in the Grand Final for the title. As Budapest were champions, they were crowned premiers and Pan-Hellenic runners-up.

Honours[edit]

Club Premierships Years
Villawood 1 1957
Budapest / St George-Budapest / St George FC 4 1958, 1979, 1999, 2013
Neerlandia / Manly Warringah 3 1959, 1967, 1975
Pan-Hellenic 2 1958, 1960
SSC Yugal 3 1961, 1981, 1986
Croatia 1 1962
Corinthian BESC 2 1963, 1965
Polonia / Polonia-North Side 3 1964, 1966, 1987
Auburn 1 1968
Marconi Stallions 2 1969, 1980
Western Suburbs 1 1970
Sutherland 1 1971
Granville AEK / Granville Parramatta 2 1972, 1974
Canterbury-Marrickville 1 1973
Riverside Avala / Bonnyrigg White Eagles 3 1976, 1988, 2008
Melita Eagles / Parramatta FC 3 1977, 2010, 2014
Ku-Ring-Gai 2 1978, 1982
Rockdale Ilinden / Rockdale City Suns 4 1983, 2002, 2006, 2009
Fairy Meadow 1 1984
Sydney Macedonia / Bankstown City 2 1989, 2001
Southern Districts 1 1990
Waverley 1 1991
Cyprus United 1 1992
Mt Druitt Town Rangers 1 1993
Macarthur Rams 1 1994
Belmore Hercules 1 1995
Sydney Cosmos 1 1996
Hurstville City Minotaurs 1 1997
Fairfield Bulls 1 1998
Dulwich Hill 1 2000
Sydney Crescent Star 1 2003
Manly Warringah Dolphins 1 2004
FC Bossy Liverpool 1 2005
Northern Tigers FC 2 2007, 2012
Blacktown Spartans 1 2011
Spirit FC 1 2015
Sydney FC Youth 1 2016

Past teams[edit]

2016[edit]

[4]

2015[edit]

[5]

2013[edit]

  • Bankstown City FC
  • Dulwich Hill SC
  • Fraser Park FC
  • Granville Rage
  • Hills Brumbies
  • Macarthur Rams
  • Mounties Wanderers
  • Northern Tigers
  • Spirit FC
  • St. George Saints
  • Sydney University
  • Bankstown Berries

2012[edit]

  • Bankstown Berries
  • Bankstown City FC
  • Dulwich Hill FC
  • Fraser Park FC
  • Granville Rage
  • Hills Brumbies
  • Macarthur Rams
  • Mounties Wanderers
  • Northern Tigers
  • Spirit FC
  • St George
  • Sydney University

2011[edit]

2010[edit]

2009[edit]

2008[edit]

2007[edit]

2006[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FFA launches National Premier Leagues". Football Federation Australia. 13 February 2013. Retrieved 23 December 2013. 
  2. ^ "2016 league governance" (PDF). footballnsw.com.au. Retrieved 26 September 2015. 
  3. ^ "2017 declaration of leagues" (PDF). footballnsw.com.au. Retrieved 26 September 2016. 
  4. ^ "NSW NPL 2 2016 ladder". Fox Sports Pulse. Retrieved 28 September 2016. 
  5. ^ "NSW NPL 2 2015 ladder". Fox Sports Pulse. Retrieved 18 September 2015. 

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