Association football in New South Wales

Association Football In New South Wales

Association football in New South Wales

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Association football in New South Wales describes the sport of association football (or soccer as it is also known) being played and watched by people in the state of New South Wales in Australia.

Association football in New South Wales is organised and managed on a state level by two separate governing bodies; Football NSW and Northern New South Wales Football which are affiliated at a national level to Football Federation Australia.

It is a popular participation and spectator sport in New South Wales and the state historically has had a large influence on association football in Australia. It has the most registered football players in the country, with over 200,000 registered FNSW players and nearly 50,000 Northern NSW players, compared with around 150,000 in other states combined. It also has the most teams in the A-League.

National Representation


Three of the ten teams in the A-League are based in New South Wales: , and .


NSW is represented in the national women's W-League by Newcastle Jets and Sydney FC associated womens teams.

State teams

New South Wales sends teams to the annual national youth competitions in the form of New South Wales Metropolitan and New South Wales Country (run by Football NSW) and Northern New South Wales (run by Northern NSW Football).

Defunct National Soccer League

New South Wales had many different teams in the NSL over the years. NSW usually had at least the first or second...
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