Female Football

TAFE NSW Women’s State Cup Official Fixtures Draw Announced

July 1st, 2019

The TAFE NSW Women’s State Cup Official Fixtures Draw has been announced by Northern NSW Football (NNSWF).

View the Official Fixtures Draw – 2019 TAFE NSW Women’s State Cup.

Senior women’s teams from across Northern NSW have the opportunity to represent their member club as well as promote the continued development of female participation within their region.

The draw includes 17 teams from throughout Northern NSW including eight (8) Herald Women’s Premier League (WPL) teams, five (5) Community Interdistrict teams and four (4) Community Regional teams.

Teams have been allocated into four groups with Group A housing five (5) teams and Group B, C and D housing four (4) teams.

Group stage matches will commence Friday 5 July with local based clubs going head to head from 6:30PM.

The remaining Group Stage matches will be completed over the course of Saturday 6 July and Sunday 7 July with games commencing from 8:30AM.

The afternoon will host both the TAFE NSW Community Plate Finals and the TAFE NSW State Cup Finals, played consecutively from 12:30PM.

The TAFE NSW Community Plate will be contested by the best performing community teams during the tournament which don’t progress into the State Cup Finals.

The TAFE NSW Women’s Community Plate Final will kick off at 3:30PM on Sunday afternoon, followed by the TAFE NSW Women’s State Cup Final kicking off at 5:00PM.

For more information on the TAFE NSW Women’s State Cup, visit the Northern NSW Football website.

Related Topics:

More NewsMore >

More News

Sean McFarlane named North Coast Football’s Newcastle Permanent Community Referee of the Year
Northern NSW Football is pleased to announce Sean McFarlane as North Coast… [more]
Phil Lynch named North Coast Football’s Newcastle Permanent Community Coach of the Year
Northern NSW Football is pleased to announce Phil Lynch as North Coast… [more]
Jada Johnson named North Coast Football’s Newcastle Permanent Volunteer of the Year
Northern NSW Football is pleased to announce Jada Johnson as North Coast… [more]

Around The Clubs

Phil Lynch – Bellingen’s Mr Fixit awarded Newcastle Permanent Coach of the Year by Northern New South Wales Football and North Coast Football
Phil Lynch from Bellingen FC was announced the Newcastle Permanent Coach of the… [more]
Super Sean Scoops Newcastle Permanent Referee of the Year
By all accounts, Maclean’s Sean McFarlane is a young man of utmost… [more]
Super Sean Wins Referee of the Year
By all accounts, Maclean’s Sean McFarlane is a young man of utmost… [more]

Sponsors