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Coffs Harbour to host Champion of Champions Tournament

June 14th, 2022

COFFS Harbour is set to host the best youth community football teams from across Northern NSW, as they play off for the title of Champion of Champions.
Expressions of interest are now open for this year’s Northern NSW Football Champion of Champions tournament to be held from 3-8 October at the Ce.x Coffs International Stadium, and the synthetics fields at the Coffs Football Centre.

The tournament brings together the best youth community football teams from across Northern NSW Football’s seven Member Zones top competitions, to challenge for the title of Champion of Champions in their age group.

This year’s tournament will see a big change, with all clubs invited to enter any teams currently competing in the zones top division able to compete for the Champion of Champions title.

The Tournament of Champions will feature three age divisions; under 12s, under13/14s, and under 15/16s, and will be played over three days from 3-5 October.

It will also feature five boys’ divisions; the under 12s, 13s, 14s, 15s, and 16s, and will run over four days from 5-8 October.

North Coast Football clubs are encouraged to register their interest by Monday, 18 July.

Northern NSW Football will then confirm the competition format and competing teams, in conjunction with the Member Zones by 31 July.

If there are too many entries for this year’s tournament, caps may be introduced per zone to ensure all zones have the opportunity to compete.

While it may change, this year’s tournament is expected to feature a round robin format followed by finals.

The Champion of Champions tournament was last held in 2019 in Coffs Harbour, in which a number of North Coast Football clubs made deep runs.

That year saw Bellingen FC beat Sawtell Scorpions in a penalty shootout to win the 14 years girl’s title.

The Coffs City United Lions were runners up in the 13 years boys division after losing a penalty shootout to Alstonville FC.

The Northern Storm finished runners up in the 14 years boys tournament, while Bellingen were runners up in the 15 years boys.

To register your club’s interest for this years tournament, pleases visit https://northernnswfootball.com.au/competitions/champion-of-champions/

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