As Female Football Week 2023 commences, SCCFC is thrilled to partake in this national celebration of women in football. Join us in our skills clinics run by our youth teams for our MiniRoos and let’s together grow the love for the beautiful game.
Hey there, MiniRoos Game Leader! Welcome to the South Cardiff Community Football Club (SCCFC) family, where you’ll embark on an exciting adventure helping young footballers aged four to 11 learn the game, make new friends, and have a great time on the field. As a game leader, you’ll play an important part in nurturing the next generation of Socceroos and …
South Cardiff Community FC hosted a fantastic event this past Sunday, a FREE Master Coaching Clinic with Cas Wright, Northern NSW Girls Head Coach TSP. The event was a great opportunity for female players and coaches of all ages to come together and learn new skills and techniques from an experienced coach. The clinic focused on developing the four core …
SCCFC U15s and U13s put on a dominant display at the Tilligerry FC Inaugural World Cup Six-A-Side Tournament. The teams showed their attacking prowess to secure a big win and a bronze medal respectively.
Improving your first touch is essential for any football player, and Play Football Skilgot you covered with these three activities. Juggling, football squash, and control in pairs are fun and challenging ways to develop better control and touch on the ball. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced player, these activities will help you master this crucial skill and become a better player on the field. So, grab your ball and start practicing your first touch today!
The Lake Mac Women’s Sport Festival at the Awaba Advance Football Centre was a huge success with girls teams from various locations showcasing their skills in a futsal competition. South Cardiff Community referees did a fabulous job in refereeing all the games and the weather added to the overall enjoyment of the event.
Last night’s Commbank Matildas victory against Jamaica was a thrilling spectacle for fans of women’s soccer. But for a group of young Gunners from SCCFC, it was an experience of a lifetime. Stationed behind the Jamaican goal, these young fans cheered on their team with infectious enthusiasm and team spirit. This article takes a closer look at their unforgettable night and the amazing opportunity provided by Northern NSW Football and Football Australia.
South Cardiff Community Football Club has experienced significant growth in participation, with a 59% increase since 2019 and a 380% increase in female participation over the same period. However, the club’s equipment has not been able to keep up with the growth, which is why they applied for and received a grant from the NSW Football Legacy Fund. With the grant, South Cardiff will be able to purchase new goals that can support the growth of female football and further increase participation of combined male and female teams. This article discusses how the NSW Football Legacy Fund is helping grassroots football clubs like South Cardiff provide quality football experiences and meet the expectations of new people coming into the club. As Australia prepares to host the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2023, the NSW Football Legacy Fund is critical in strengthening the football community in NSW and creating facilities and programming to match the buzz around the tournament.