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In the event of Wet 
Weather please call the
appropriate Council number
to find out latest details
regarding ground closures.

Council Hotline:
Kogarah     9330 9595
Hurstville   9330 6272
Rockdale    9562 1637

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Last Updated: 22 March 2015

In the event of Wet Weather always check Council Hotlines & SGFA Competitons Draw for latest updates.


Football News Updates .....

  • April 2015 - SGFA Holiday Football SUPER CLINICS

   "It's Back.....Bigger and Better Than Ever."

   For information on our April 2015 SGFA "Holiday Football SUPER CLINIC" please refer to Coaching tab above or click below.



 Season 2015 Commencement dates:

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  • Mens:Premier League (PL), AAA, AAB Squads – Monday 6/4/15 

  • Women: PWL/AAWA – Monday 6/4/15
  • Mens: O45 - Friday 10/4/15

  • U12 – AA Mens (single teams) – Saturday 11/4/15 
  • U12 Girls – AAWomens (B-D) and O35 Mens – Sunday 12/4/15
  • Non-Competition Grades
  • 6 - 11 Boys and Girls - Saturday 11/4/15 OR Sunday 12/4/15
  • SGFA 2015 Grassroots Football Expo announced!!
  • Please refer to Coaching tab above for further information and forms.
  • SGFA 1st Eleven Academy 2015 Enrolments now open. Training commencing 2nd February at Ador Ave, Rockdale. 
  • Please refer to 1st Eleven tab for further details.
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Last Updated: 21 July 2014

ID CARDS --->No Card? - No Play!

Players & RTO's must have their ID Cards at the game. Each TEAM is responsible for checking their opponent's ID Cards before kickoff.


The SGFA has a Zero Tolerance policy that applies to all Clubs, Players, Team Officials and Spectators. Everyone is responsible for their behaviour and actions on and off the park at all times. There are serious penalties for any breach including expulsion for teams and players.

The SGFA supports Fair PlayNo Racism in our game and in our community. 

Last Updated: 22 February 2015


All 2014 SGFA documents are now available in our Library section.

  • Team Match Sheets
  • RTO Handbooks

Last Updated: 22 February 2015



In accordance with 2015 By-Laws all U6 to U11 age groups are non competition grades, all players in will be classified into teams placed into the 3 Divisions as follows:

 Bee - Beginner          (none or limited experience, learning phase)   

 Fox - Intermediate    (played before, developing skill level)     

 Ant - Advanced         (played before, high skill level)

NOTE: Clubs must grade the children properly at beginning of season as no reclassifcations will be allowed after teams have been lodged.


Last Updated: 21 July 2014


Join one of NSW's leading refereeing bodies offering expert training, tuition, mentoring and game day experience for all age groups form Junior to Senior.

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Last Updated: 21 July 2014

In the event of wet weather, please call the appropriate Council hotline number to find out the latest details regarding ground closures.

When Grounds are declared
CLOSED no games or training is to proceed.

Refer to the Council Wet Weather Hotline phone numbers on Home Menu page.

Last Updated: 21 July 2014


All playing fields must be adequately line marked & properly roped off for all games.

Please assist to keep our grounds safe and clean at all times.
Don't be a Tosser! 



Last Updated: 21 July 2014

GROUND CLOSURES - What does it mean?

If a Council has left grounds "in for play", and as a Club you think that they are not playable, you must inspect your field before 7am on match day and notify the Association Secretary.

Grounds CANNOT be pulled out after 7am by Clubs, it will be left up to the Referees to inspect the fields for play, and the decision on the state of the ground will be made on a "game by game" basis.



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