NFC is celebrating 50 years of fostering football in the Narrabeen and Warriewood areas this year. Come and join us!
Please check back often for updates on matches, programs and events.
An invitation is extended to all players and their families to attend the presentation day for Narrabeen Football Club.
Come and celebrate the end of the 2015 football season.
Special individual trophies per team will be awarded on the day. For your child to be eligible for these awards, you must attend the presentation day.
U6 - U9 1pm. U10 - U18 3pm.
Also, Ray's Pizza will be setting up an oven in the morning and cooking his delicious pizza outside the hall during the day.
NARRABEEN celebrated accordingly on Saturday night after they were crowned champions of the MWFA Premier League for the first time in their 50-year club history.
It followed a 4-2 triumph against Wakehurst, with Daniel Ott (2), Jakub Sklenar and Adam Foti on the score sheet at Narrabeen Sports High.
The three points ensured the “Beenies” can’t be caught by Pittwater RSL FC with two rounds remaining.
Skipper Mark Femia, who has been with the club five winters, is still coming to terms with the achievement.
“It has been an amazing journey, we had big plans, so to execute them with a great bunch of lads is such a great feeling,’’ he said.
“We have been building every year, and I said in pre-season I felt we had the squad to win the league.
“We can’t wait to play in the NSW Champion of Champions later on, but now our focus is doing the double.”
Narrabeen Football Club is happy to welcome you to this wonderful sporting facility kindly provided by Narrabeen Sports High and Pittwater Council. As well as the normal rules applying to sports fields we are also subject to extra terms required by the Dept. of Education
Dressing rooms are provided at the southern end of the field (home team at front
– away team at rear). There is a separate public toilet behind the dressing sheds.
Ground Managers or delegated Narrabeen Football Club Team Manager’s will be in attendance and have the authority to remove people from the ground.
Any teams / individuals not complying with the rules may be banned from the ground.
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