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NCF Accepted Into PS4 Natoinal Premier League From 2017

September 20th, 2016

North Coast Football Accepted Into PS4 Natoinal Premier League From 2017

North Coast Football is delighted with the decision by Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) to approve its entry into the PS4 National Premier League (NPL) from 2017.

NNSWF this morning confirmed that North Coast Football’s application had been successful. This will see NCF squads in Under 13, 14 and 15 compete with thirteen other teams from throughout the Federation from 2017. There also remains an opportunity to implement an Under 16 squad in 2017. However, should this prove unattainable, NCF will be adding the age group in the 2018 season.

The NPL is the elite development pathway that enables the best players to participate against each other on a regular basis in competitive matches throughout the Northern New South Wales Football Federation.

This program is designed for players wishing to go on to play professional football. It is a fantastic opportunity for our North Coast Football members, and one that NCF General Manager says is crucial to the development of football in the region.

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