Primary School Cups Create Pathways into Local NSFA Clubs

Primary School Cups Create Pathways into Local NSFA Clubs

Northern Suburbs Football Association (NSFA) is elated to share the resounding success of its primary school football tournaments, the Annual Skellern Cup and the Inaugural Sutton Cup. These events not only broke records and created lasting memories but also paved the way for young talents to transition seamlessly into the local NSFA clubs for the upcoming 2024 season.

Pathways to Local NSFA Clubs for 2024 Season

These primary school cups are more than just tournaments; they are the beginning of a football journey for many young talents. With the upcoming 2024 season on the horizon, NSFA emphasizes the seamless transition from these events to one of the thirty local NSFA clubs.

Participation in the Skellern and Sutton Cups serves as a pathway for young players to register with local NSFA clubs, providing them with a platform to continue their football journey. The inclusive and community-driven atmosphere of these tournaments creates an environment where players can foster their love for the game and build lasting connections within their local football community.

These twin events, the Skellern and Sutton Cups, collectively constitute a football extravaganza of unprecedented scale. With a combined participation of over 1250 players from 32 schools, these tournaments not only showcased the thriving football culture but also exemplified the NSFA’s commitment to fostering talent and community unity.

NSFA extends its gratitude to all participants, staff, and sponsors who contributed to the success of these primary school cups. As we celebrate the triumphs of the Skellern and Sutton Cups, we eagerly anticipate the upcoming 2024 season, where these young talents will continue to shine on the fields of North Sydney’s local clubs.

For more information on registering with one of the thirty local NSFA clubs, please visit Find A Club

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