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Parramatta FC Boys Youth teams

Available positions

There are still a few positions available for SAP squads and we are looking for centre backs for the U/14 and U/16s as well as a striker for the 16s

Please email your interest with CV to parrafctd@outlook.com

 

2018 Parramatta FC Girls Trial

FNSW Conference League Competitions



Following on from a successful 2017 where our Girls U15 and Girls U17 teams played in the FNSW State League Grand Finals Parramatta FC would like to offer the opportunity for any interested girls to Trial to play at Parramatta FC for the 2018 season. In 2018 Parramatta FC will be fielding teams in the U14 (born 2004/2005), U15 (born 2003) and U17 (born 2001/2002) FNSW Conference League Competitions.

Trials will be conducted for teams on the following dates and times at Everley Park. Even if you are not sure if you want to play at this level, grab a few friends and come down and trial. Please be there 15minutes before your trial to Register and players are to come kitted out ready to play and bring a water bottle as there will be no canteen facilities available.

Sunday, November 19th and Sunday, November 26th, 2017
Everley Park, Everley St, South Granville (opposite Melita Stadium)

Team Age Time
 Under 14 9 am - 10:30 am 
 Under 15 10:30 am - 12 pm 
 Under 17 12 pm - 1:30 pm 

Any questions please feel free to contact GDSFA Ladies Football Director

Vince Scarcella on 0401897226 

 

2018 TRIALS

Limited positions


SAP, 10s,11s, and 12s

NPL1 Youth League U16's only  

Please send football CV to  parrafctd@outlook.com  

Trials will be held at Everley Park Everley St South Granville   5.30pm

Thursday 2 November and Tuesday 7 November
   

All other age groups are full
 

Matten Olumee 

Technical Director Football 

Parramatta FC  

Phone:  0421 097 819

Email:  
parrafctd@outlook.com




U15 GIRLS THROUGH TO GRAND FINAL IN THRILLER

11 September 2017


It was a warm Sunday afternoon for our U15 Parramatta girls at Lambert Park yesterday. A later than usual 1pm kick off and the synthetic pitch made playing conditions uncomfortable.

The Minor Premiers, Western NSW Mariners, were a formidable opposition, having been one of only 2 sides to take all 3 points from us this season. They are a physical team with some brilliant individuals and always have a very strong start to a match.

Early on it was obvious the heat was going to be an issue for both sides.Parramatta coach Andrew Vicary made some early interchanges as we were not maintaining possession for long spells in the opening exchanges. The Mariners had the better of the chances early and would have opened the scoring but for our desperate defence and brilliant goalkeeping from Keely Segavcic. The best opportunity to breach our goal in the first half came from a 19 yard free kick which shaved the crossbar.

The hard work of Charlotte Schonhagen and Brooke Hastie in the midfield brought us a reward 7 minutes from half-time, as a long range free kick from Brooke took a deflection and found the net. 1-nil Parramatta.

The score remained that way at half time and well into the second half. Both sides were tiring in the second half and the Mariners had the better share of the possession, creating a number of opportunities which were often shut down by our last defender. A lapse in concentration from a very well executed corner gave the Mariners the equaliser they were chasing with 5 minutes remaining in the match. Mariners went hard after the win in the remaining few minutes and it was clear they were using long balls in the final minutes - to no evail. Full time 1-1.

No one was looking forward to the 20 minutes of added time and a goal was needed by either team if a penalty shootout was to be avoided. Early in the first period of extra time, we produced some fast build up from the back and were able to some pressure on the Mariners left hand defence creating an opportunity. Tiana Anderson held the ball up for a perfectly timed pass to put Radae Mohammadi just clear of some desperate defence. Despite some attention, Radea provided an elegant finish and pushed the ball past a diving Mariners keeper.

The much needed goal brought some changes to bolster our defence to close out the match 2-1 after extra time.

Our girls now join our Minor Premiership winning and very successful U17s team in the Grand Final next Sunday! Both Parramatta teams will be looking for your support again this week as they play UNSW for the opportunity to be 2017 Champions, in what is certain to be a very exciting day for Parramatta FC.



 

U17 GIRLS THROUGH TO GRAND FINAL

A 28 degree Sunday and the U17 Parramatta girls venture out to Lambert Park for a 2.45pm kick off. The synthetic pitch there is nice but added to the heat issue.

Our opponents were the University of NSW who we had only recently broken a long series of draws against (with a win!). They are a strong team who play the game in the right spirit and we always enjoy playing against them.

Whilst the heat was an obvious issue, we were confident our fitness would hold up. The girls had frequently doubled up in reserve grade this year and their work ethic at training put them in great shape. We even tried to look upon the heat as a plus!

Parramatta started well and it was soon clear that Uni were using long through balls much more than they normally did. This did not pose a great threat and Parra took an early lead through Ellen Berios burying a cross from Taylah Nicholls. Half time was approaching and our concentration faded to gift a goal back to Uni.1-1 at the break.

The second half saw Parra again take the lead with Sarah Bernard dribbling into the box and then testing the strength of the Uni net. The Parra girls were desperate in defense throughout the half and frequently made lung busting runs to be track back and support. Fitness holding up! 

Ellen then applied pressure in their penalty box to win a shoulder contest and dispatch a curling cross to the far corner of the uni goal. 3-1! Things became tight towards the end with a soft goal conceded and Uni are back in it at 3-2.

A great effort from the Parra girls over a gallant and skilled opponents. Grand Final... here we come!


PARRAMATTA FC COACHING POSITIONS 2018

As part of our new direction and governance, Parramatta FC are currently undertaking expression of interest for coaches in all teams competing in Football NSW (FNSW) competitions which include :

  • Skills Acquisition (SAP) Boys
  • Girls Skills Acquisition (GSAP)
  • NPL Boys and Girls Youth League
  • Senior Girls
  • NPL Senior Men’s.

Minimum qualifications (C Licence)

You should refer your expression directly to Mr Steve Elriche at parrafc@outlook.com by Friday 25 August, 2017.

For more information please see our recent press release on our websites

www.parramattafc.com.au

www.granvillesoccer.com.au

Or contact the office on 9738 7222



PRESS RELEASE

  August, 2017

Grass roots and representative football set to shine in 2018.                                                         

It is no secret 2017 was going to be a challenging year for the Granville Soccer Association and its representative arm, Parramatta FC.

In meeting these challenges and preparing for the future, the Board now has new talent and leadership with business and football acumen to drive the Association forward. The appointment of CEO Mike Quarmby provides valuable administrative and political experience to complete the team.

The Board has a clear vision for the Association which is embodied in its comprehensive 3 year strategic plan that focuses on growth, the community and delivering a positive game day experience for its 23 member clubs.  You can access the strategic plan on our website under library.

For Parramatta FC, in June a comprehensive plan was undertaken to ensure for 2018 that Parramatta FC will again compete for honours.

I would like to announce, Mr Steve Elriche Treasurer of Granville Association, businessman and local community leader who will be responsible to lead the club forward into the future.

Steve will lead a committee represented by Business and Marketing professionals as well as a fully resourced operational team that will ensure the club meets its objectives.

The key objectives of the club is to ensure it is community focused with a clear pathway for our up and coming players within the Association, having quality coaches, including Technical Directors and a professional discipline that we can be proud of.

“As a child I have great memories coming to the stadium and being excited to watch Parramatta FC play. I want that same excitement to return to Parramatta FC by showcasing our elite players and the very best of what our Association and our diverse communities have to offer”, said Steve.

Advertisements for coaching positions for male and female representative teams and trial dates will be public by the week beginning 14 August, 2017.

Please address your enquiries at this time to Mr Steve Elriche at parrafc@outlook.com

 



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UNDER 17 GIRLS WSL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 2017

31-August-2017 The Parramatta girls have emerged top of the table in Women’s State League. It is an outstanding achievement from a talented and athletic group of girls who have lost only 2 games all season. The team is home grown talent with 7 of the squad playing Association level football in 2016. The girls work particularly hard at training and have enjoyed their new training base at Curtis Park Dundas. They now face a talented team from the University of NSW in the Major Semi Final this Sunday 2:45pm at Lambert Park. Special mention to the U15s girls who were 1 goal away from the minor premiership last Sunday. They will be playing their semi final 10am Saturday at Valentine Park. Both teams would welcome your support as they make their way through the finals series. click here to read more....

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NEXT TRIAL GAME!

Saturday 4th February 2017
Granville Rage


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