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Community football season start delayed

North Coast Football (NCF) today announced the start of the 2022 community football season would be delayed a few weeks due to saturated grounds and the forecast of more significant rain in the next week. Football for around 5,000 players

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Update on the situation in the Clarence Valley

Picture: The playing fields at Maclean “Most water off it now, but unplayable for a while unless we get rain to wash all the mud off,” Matt Farrell, Maclean FC Club President. Following is an email sent to clubs in

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Football in the Clarence is suspended

Northern NSW Football has suspended all football activity in flood-affected areas. In the North Coast Football Zone, at this time, that takes in the Clarence Valley LGA. Football is suspended in the Clarence Valley LGA until 21 March 2022 at

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Situation in the northern rivers

“From Dave Craggs (club president Lismore Workers FC) There is supposed to be a building there… our clubhouse is completely under. Can’t even see the roof.”   SITUATION IN THE NORTHERN RIVERS   Hello, this morning I sent the following

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New Coastal Women’s League One announced

The Coffs and mid-north coasts will get a new senior women’s football competition in 2022. The Coastal League One Women will see the top women’s teams from the Coffs and mid-north coasts play against each other each week in a

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Coffs Football 6s is coming – get involved

In the first half of 2022, North Coast Football (NCF) plans to launch small-sided football on the new synthetic pitches at Coffs Sport and Leisure Park. The new Coffs Football Centre will be the home of six-a-side football for boys,

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Registrations open for 2022

All football clubs on the North Coast have opened their registration systems for season 2022, which is just two months away. Football is expecting another big year for the game. Already football is the largest team sport on the North

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Football back to normal following relaxation of COVID-19 safety requirements (15/12/2021)

The NSW Government has released updated information on COVID-19 safety related to the conduct of sport and business. In short, for us (as in football), we’re back to normal pre-March 2020, although the government does recommend that social distancing and

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Pictures from our 2021 SAP Presentation event


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Football on the north coast to enter a new era in 2022

North Coast Football today released details of its plans for 2022, saying the year will herald a new era for football on the north coast. Six-a-side competitions are planned for the new $12 million synthetic pitches in Coffs Harbour while

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