National Youth Championships

national youth championships

The National Youth Championships are FFA’s primary national football competition for the 13 and 14 Years Boys, and 14 and 15 Years Girls. The competition will see teams from each of the State Federations of the FFA compete over five days, with the FFA National Youth Championships for Girls taking place in July and the FFA National Youth Championships for Boys in September.

Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) has hosted the Championships since 2006 working closely with Coffs Harbour City Council, their Sports Unit and the local community.

The 2015-19 NNSWF bid was supported by long-time partner, Coffs Harbour City Council and Sports Unit, along with Destination NSW, with both recognising the significance of the tournament as a catalyst for tourism and economic benefit in the Coffs Harbour region and wider NSW and the partnership facilitating a strong bid.


2018 Events


FFA National Youth Championships for Boys

Date: Monday 24th September  – Friday 28th September 2018

Venue: C.ex International Stadium, Stadium Drive, Coffs Harbour

2018 FFA NYC for Boys Draw


DAY FIVE RESULTS

Friday 28th September

National Champions crowned as FFA National Youth Championships for Boys finishes on a high

After crowning the four National Champions yesterday, the fifth and final day of the FFA National Youth Championships saw Member Federation sides and Hyundai A-League Two-star Academy teams once again face off.

After a wonderful tournament, all players, coaches and officials made sure to finish their campaign on a high in their final matches before the Presentation where a player, goalkeeper and referee from each age group were awarded and commended as the best of the tournament.

End of Tournament Awards

13 Years

Two-star Academy National Champions – Perth Glory

Member Federation National Champions – Football NSW Blue

Player of the Tournament – Morrie Kamara (Football NSW Blue)

Goalkeeper of the Tournament – Blair Fitzpatrick (Newcastle Jets)

Referee of the Tournament – Ivica Covic (Football NSW)

14 Years

Two-star Academy National Champions – Perth Glory

Member Federation National Champions – Football NSW Blue

Player of the Tournament – Bernard Oliveira (South Australia Red)

Goalkeeper of the Tournament – Jack Warshawsky (Queensland Metro)

Referee of the Tournament – Ryan Elton (Football Queensland)

13 Years

9:00am – Victoria Country 1 (Bourke 33′) def. by South Australia Red 3 (Toure 7′, De Conno 23′, Klassen-Thomas 41′)

9:00am – Capital Football 0 drew with Queensland Metro 0

10:00am – South Australia Blue 2 (Malatesta 6′, Mallamo 42′) def. Northern Territory 0

10:00am – Western Australia 2 (Snook 30′, 46′) def. by Northern NSW 5 (King 10′, Newton 34′, 43′, 47′, Fitzpatrick 36′)

11:00am – Brisbane Roar 2 (Nash 10′, 50′) drew with Football NSW White 2 (Okon-Engstler 29′, Younis 41′)

11:00am – Queensland Country 1 (McMahon 22′) def. Tasmania 0

12:00pm – Newcastle Jets 1 (Etheridge 43′) def. by Football NSW Navy 2 (Awaz 2′, Zinnato 14′)

12:00pm – Victoria Metro 3 (Naveen 13′, Sulemani 16′, Spaseski 27′) def. Football NSW Country 0

1:00pm – Perth Glory 1 (Pearman 45′) drew with Football NSW Blue 1 (Pini 32′)

14 Years

9:00am – Capital Football 0 def. by Football NSW Navy 3 (Helweh 29′, Waddell 33′, Devine 49′)

9:00am – Victoria Country 1 (Hecimovic 20′) def. Northern NSW 0

10:00am – South Australia Blue 1 (Lee 17′) def. Northern Territory 0

10:00am – Western Australia 2 (Coyne 35′, McEwan 35′) def. by Queensland Metro 4 (Smith 5′, Katz 19′, Young 29′, Pirone 32′)

11:00am – Newcastle Jets 2 (Archibold 23′, Cresner 40′) def. South Australia Red 0

11:00am – Queensland Country 4 (Kiers 17′, Ozzi 21′, Own Goal 42′, McKenzie 50′) def. Football NSW Country 0

12:00pm – Brisbane Roar 1 (Gibbs 18′) def. by Football NSW White 4 (Lopane 19′, Scarcella 30′, Monge 41′, MacDonald 50′)

1:00pm – Perth Glory 2 (Feillafe 17′, 32′) def. Football NSW Blue 1 (Taylor 47′)


DAY FOUR RESULTS

Thursday 27th September

On a much-desired sunny day, Day 4 marked the beginning of the second-phase of the FFA National Youth Championships for Boys as each team came up against the other sides from the differing groups in the competition.

Perth Glory won both the 13 Years and 14 Years Two-star Club Academy National Championships, while both Football NSW Blue teams were successful in winning the Member Federation National 13 and 14 Years Championships.

The action continues tomorrow as Member Federation sides will continue to go toe-to-toe with one another and Hyundai A-League Two-star Academies to showcase their team and individual talent.

13 Years

9:00am – Newcastle Jets 3 (Tan 8′, Gilmore 30′, Charlee 34′) def. Brisbane Roar 1 (Nash 25′)

9:00am – Football NSW Blue 0 def. by Football NSW White 1 (Craus 2′)

10:00am – Victoria Country 1 (Skoko 45′) drew with Football NSW Country 1 (Dee Burgess 37′)

10:00am – Capital Football 5 (Wesley 17′, 32′, Menham 37′, Barresi 41′, Johnathon 43′) def. Queensland Country 0

11:00am – Western Australia 0 def. by Victoria Metro 6 (Minutoli 5′, 38′, Durso 7′, 25′, Sulemani 27′, 34′)

11:00am – South Australia Blue 0 def. by Tasmania 1 (Scharz 50′)

1:00pm – Football NSW White 0 def. by Football NSW Navy 3 (Deli 3′, Gasking 34′, 45′)

1:00pm – Perth Glory 2 (Cueva 3′, MacDougall 48′) def. Newcastle Jets 0

2:00pm – Football NSW Country (Gurung 15′, 20′) def. South Australia Red 1  (Gountounas 15′)

2:00pm – Queensland Country 1 (Harmer 48′) def. by Queensland Metro 2 (Bowen 18′, Wagner 19′)

3:00pm – Victoria Metro 2 (Sulemani 12′, Najdovski 18′) drew with Northern NSW 2 (King 6′, Newton 14′)

3:00pm – Tasmania 2 (Schwarz 27′, Hays 30′) def. Northern Territory 0

4:30pm – Football NSW Blue 6 (Mizdrak 5′, 34′, Pini 18′, 35′, 45′, Kamara 46′) def. Football NSW Navy 1 (Konjevic 47′)

5:00pm – Brisbane Roar 1 (Tan 2′) drew with Perth Glory 1 (George 7′)

14 Years

9:00am – Newcastle Jets 1 (Matthews 44′) def. by Brisbane Roar 3 (Broderick 31′, 38′, 47′)

9:00am – Football NSW Blue 2 (Segecic 12′, Taylor 29′) def. Football NSW White 1 (Georges 27′)

10:00am – Capital Football 0 def. by Victoria Metro 2 (Siccita 20′, Menelaou 25′)

10:00am – Victoria Country 2 (Konstanty 14′, 19′) def. Queensland Country 0

11:00am – Western Australia 2 (McEwan 17′, Matoba 49′) drew with Tasmania 2 (Gardner 28′, Sturzaker 30′)

11:00am – South Australia Blue 0 drew with Football NSW Country 0

1:00pm – Football NSW White 1 (Lopane 50′) drew with South Australia Blue 1 (Piol 23′)

1:00pm – Perth Glory 2 (Hobson 1′, Zivkovic 38′) def. Newcastle Jets 1 (Matthews 37′)

2:00pm – Victoria Metro 0 def. by Football NSW Navy 2 (Milinaric 22′, 35′)

2:00pm – Queensland Country 2 (Beutel 3′, McKenzie 20′) def. by Northern NSW 3 (Kelly 15′, 19′, Power O’Toole 28′)

3:00pm – Tasmania 1 (Reissig 50′) def. by Queensland Metro 2 (Kacperski 9′, Becker 27′)

3:00pm – Football NSW Country 3 (Provino 8′, Singh 27′, Crossingham 43′) def. Northern Territory 2 (Box 4′, Ruhl 28′)

5:00pm – Brisbane Roar 1 (Nguyen 35′) def. by Perth Glory 2 (Hobson 46′, Feillafe 50′)

5:00pm – Football NSW Blue 4 (Taylor 18′, Girdwood-Reid 24′, 50′, Segecic 35′) def. South Australia Red 1 (Oliviera 16′)


DAY THREE RESULTS

WEDNESDAY 26th September

It was the final day of group matches and it meant the last opportunity for sides to battle it out for top spot in their respective group in the FFA National Youth Championships for Boys.

The competing sides showcased some tremendous performances in the first couple of days, and as the competition reached its halfway point, Day 3 proved to be a great chance to leave a lasting impression for their teams.

13 Years

9:00am – Football NSW Country 1 (Gurung 46′) def. by Victoria Metro 2 (Minutoli 3′, Najdovski 30′)

10:00am – Northern NSW 2 (Middleby 8′, Leong 47′) def. Perth Glory 0

10:00am – Football NSW Navy 2 (Gasking 40′, Konjevic 43′) def. South Australia Red 1 (Mbembe 4′)

11:00am – Football NSW White 5 (Haddad 4′, Younis 5′, Badolato 7′, 24′, Freney 46′) def. Tasmania 0

11:00am – Capital Football 1 (Johnathon 2′) def. by Football NSW Blue 3 (Edmonds 14′, Pini 28, Kamara 36′)

12:00pm – Victoria Country 0 def. by Western Australia 3 (Snook 7′, 11′, 28′)

12:00pm – South Australia Blue 1 (Tran 23′) def. by Brisbane Roar 2 (Nash 19′, Maher 42′)

1:00pm – Victoria Metro 0 def. by Newcastle Jets 3 (Etheridge 6′, Clarke 9′, Gilmore 35′)

1:00pm – Northern Territory 0 def. by Queensland Metro 7 (Scott 22′, 40′, Denis 31′, 38′, 49′ Moore 37′, Lumley 48′)

2:00pm – Queensland Country 1 (Van Heerden 40′) def. by Football NSW White 5 (Rippon 2′, Okon-Engstlen 9′, Younis 10′ Husoy 21′, Agosti 48′)

3:00pm – Perth Glory 2 (Despotovski 12′, Iuliano 27′) drew with South Australia Red 2 (Toure 31′, D’Arrison 32′)

4:00pm – Queensland Metro 3 (Denis 14′, Wagner 17′, Murphy 20′) drew with Northern NSW 3 (Boonstra 4′, Newton 34′, 39′)

4:00pm – Western Australia 3 (Monteiro 21′, Hadfield 33′, Snook 50′) def. South Australia Blue 2 (Ljujic 43′, Ljujic 46′)

5:00pm – Tasmania 0 drew with Queensland Country 0

14 Years

9:00am – Tasmania 6 (Morton 22′, 25′, Zasadny 28′, 35′, Jacobs 30′, Gardner 39′) def. Queensland Country 2 (McKenzie 6′, Ozzi 43′)

10:00am – Western Australia 1 (Ellison 7′) drew with South Australia Blue 1 (Visser 10′)

10:00am – Football NSW Country 2 (Castle 31′, Lacey 46′) def. by Victoria Metro 6 (Serdenes 4′, 29′, Adachi 6′, Bozinovski 25′, Karvounis 27′, Kassaby 36′)

11:00am – Northern NSW 1 (Oakley McLean 31′) def. by Perth Glory 3 (Hobson 35′, 44′, Zivkovic 39′)

11:00am – Football NSW Navy 3 (Burden 13′, Milinaric 21′, Helweh 37′) def. by South Australia Red 6 (Piol 3′, 17′, 19′, Oliviera 40′, Toure 41′, 43′)

12:00pm – Football NSW White 3 (Georges 3′, 4′, 19′) def. Tasmania 0

12:00pm – Capital Football 2 (Barac 12′, 24′) def. by Football NSW Blue 3 (Smyth 13′, 43′, Segecic 50′)

1:00pm – South Australia Blue 2 (Becker 18′, Prole 41′) def. by Brisbane Roar 4 (Earwicker 33′, 38′, Gibbs 35′, 46′)

1:00pm – Victoria Country 0 drew with Western Australia 0

2:00pm – Northern Territory 1 (Box 30′) def. by Queensland Metro 3 (Fidra 6′, Pirone 15′, 47′)

3:00pm – Victoria Metro 0 drew with Newcastle Jets 0

4:00pm – Perth Glory 1 (Donnell 34′) drew with South Australia Red 1 (Toure 30′)

4:00pm – Queensland Country 0 def. by Football NSW White 4 (Kotevski 15′, 31′, Webber 23′, Lopane 24′)

5:00pm – Queensland Metro 1 (Pirone 50′) def. Northern NSW 0


DAY TWO RESULTS

Tuesday 25th September

Day 2 of the FFA National Youth Championships for Boys saw all 36 teams attempt to improve on the initial performances they showcased across their opening matches on Day 1.

Multiple sides proved themselves to be title contenders on the first day and still remain undefeated, but with each team having at least three games still to play, the championships were still well and truly up-for-grabs with three days to go.

13 Years

9:00am – Queensland Metro 0 def. by Football NSW Navy 1 (Gasking 30′)

9:00am – Football NSW Blue 2 (Mizdrak 8′, Youlley 40′) def. Brisbane Roar 1 (McCarthy 9′)

10:00am – Western Australia 2 (Hadfield 30′, Snook 36′) def. Capital Football 1 (Peil 4′)

11:00am – Northern Territory 1 (Bailey 38′) def. by South Australia Red 3 (White 8′, Mbembe 18′, Felix 50′)

11:00am – Victoria Metro 1 (Spaseki 26′) def. Football NSW White 0

12:00pm – Queensland Country 0 def. by Newcastle Jets 6 (Loachaivaj 2′, 13′, Tan 8′, 39′, 50′, Clarke 28′)

1:00pm – Brisbane Roar 2 (Nash 18′, 39′) def. Victoria Country 0

1:00pm – Tasmania 0 def. by Football NSW Country 4 (Vuki 9′, Harris 35′, Dee Burgess 43′, 47′)

2:00pm – Western Australia 0 def. by Football NSW Blue 3 (Pini 5′, 43′, Kamara 49′)

2:00pm – South Australia Blue 0 drew with Capital Football 0

3:00pm – Football NSW Navy 5 (Own Goal 3′, Bugarija 10′, 24′, Gasking 17′, Duong 28′) def. Northern Territory 0

3:00pm – Perth Glory 0 drew with Queensland Metro 0

4:00pm – Victoria Metro 2 (Inserra 35′, York 43′) def. Queensland Country 0

4:00pm – South Australia Red 0 def. by Northern NSW 1 (Newton 37′)

5:00pm – Victoria Country 2 (Watson 13′, Brown 29′) def. South Australia Blue 1 (Maio 48′)

6:00pm – Newcastle Jets 5 (Gilmore 1’, Etheridge 13’, Tan 35’, 40’, Collins 37’) def. Football NSW Country 0

14 Years

9:00am – Newcastle Jets 3 (West 4′, 39′, Taylor 9′) def. Football NSW Country 1 (Marsden 42′)

9:00am – Victoria Country 2 (Waugh 36′, Hecimovic 41′) drew with South Australia Blue 2 (Styles 17′, Wegner 27′)

10:00am – Football NSW Blue 5 (Segecic 11′, 34′, 48′, Ovens 24′, Smyth 47′)  def. Brisbane Roar 1 (Burrowes 6′)

11:00am – Queensland Metro 0 drew with Football NSW Navy 0

11:00am – Western Australia 2 (Ellison 7′, McEwan 26′) def. Capital Football 1 (Cervo 50′)

12:00pm – Northern Territory 0 def. by South Australia Red 5 (Toure 33′, 49′, Oliveira 35′, Madanha 38′, Bhatia 50′)

1:00pm – Victoria Metro 2 (Shamoon 13′, Kassaby 26′) def. by Football NSW White 3 (Wass 36′, 41′, 50′)

1:00pm – Queensland Country 1 (Kiers 35′) def. by Newcastle Jets 3 (Wholert 43′, West 45′, 47′)

2:00pm – Brisbane Roar 1 (Bugeja 36′) def. by Victoria Country 2 (Kuol 26′, Brandugh 32′)

2:00pm – Tasmania 4 (Zasadny 2′, 30′, 32′, 40′) def. Football NSW Country 0

3:00pm – Western Australia 2 (McEwan 21′, 28′) def. Football NSW Blue 1 (Girdwood-Reid 3′)

3:00pm – South Australia Blue 2 (Wegener 9′, 38′) def. Capital Football 1 (Cervo 48′)

4:00pm – Football NSW Navy 9 (Waddell 6′, 43′, Dajani 28′, Helwek 45′, Milinaric 10′, 31′, 34′, 38′) def. Northern Territory 1 (Ruhl 37′)

4:00pm – Perth Glory 2 (Rawlins 28′, Zivkovic 43′) def. Queensland Metro 1 (Becher 9′)

5:00pm – Victoria Metro 0 def. by Queensland Country 1 (Bolton 30′)

5:00pm – South Australia Red 4 (Toure 22’, 43’, Fergus-Lynch 29’, Oliveria 48’) def. Northern NSW 1 (Kelly 46’)


DAY ONE RESULTS

Monday 24th September

All Member Federations’ and two-star Hyundai A-League Academy sides kicked off their FFA National Youth Championships for Boys campaigns on a rainy day at Coffs Harbour’s C.ex International Stadium.

13 Years

9:00am – Northern NSW 1 (Own Goal 17′) def. by Football NSW Navy 2 (Gasking 39′, 47′)

9:00am – Newcastle Jets 1 (Eick 39′) def. by Football NSW White 3 (Hoddad 15′, Baddato 20′, Younis 50′)

10:00am – Tasmania 1 (Williams 26′) def. by Victoria Metro 5 (Durse 9′, 27′, Najdovski 15′, 38′, 47′)

10:00am – Capital Football 2 (Wesley 1′, Mynott-Smith 21′) def. by Brisbane Roar FC 3 (Milini 25′, Tan 32′, Maher 45′)

11:00am – Football NSW Blue 3 (Mizdrak 3′, Pini 33′, 34′) def. Victoria Country 0

12:00pm – Northern NSW 3 (Leong 1′, Newton 19′, 26′) def. Northern Territory 0

12:00pm – Queensland Metro 2 (Cort 4′, Moore 18′) def. by South Australia Red 3 (D’arrigo 8′, Toure 23′, 24′)

1:00pm – Football NSW Country 0 def. by Football NSW White 2 (Haddad 2′, Younis 11′)

1:00pm – Perth Glory 2 (Cueva 3′, Manariyo 9′) def. by Football NSW Navy 3 (St John 15′, Gasking 37′, 42′)

2:00pm – Newcastle Jets 7 (Clarke 10′, Etheridge 12′, Van Dorssen 18′, Abrahams 28′, Collins 30′, Davies 31′, Gilmore 39′) def. Tasmania 1 (Hays 9′)

3:00pm – Brisbane Roar 2 (Nash 4′, Okumo 12′) def. Western Australia 0

3:00pm – Victoria Country 1 (Williams 18′) drew with Capital Football 1 (Milicevic 6′)

4:00pm – South Australia Blue 0 def. by Football NSW Blue 5 (Morakeas 8′, 36′, 42′, Pini 18′, Niblock 49′)

5:00pm – Northern Territory 0 def. by Perth Glory 7 (MacDougall 2′, Cueva 13′, Pearman 25, Kelly 29′, Morrison 35′, 37′, 48′)

5:00pm – Football NSW Country 3 (Gurung 20′, 27′, Millis 42′) def. Queensland Country 2 (Thompson 13′, Brown 22′)

14 Years

9:00am – Northern Territory 0 def. by Perth Glory 4 (Nyagwaya 4′, Hobson 5′, 9′, Zikovic 27′)

9:00am – Football NSW Country 2 (Zanatta 2′, Marsden 42′) def. Queensland Country 1 (McKenzie 44′)

10:00am – Newcastle Jets 2 (Wholert 29′, Larkin 42′) def. by Football NSW White 3 (Georges 22′, Own Goal 34′, Lopane 43′)

10:00am – Northern NSW 1 (Oakley-McLean 10′) def. by Football NSW Navy 4 (Waddell 8, Milnaric 21′, Helweh 24′, Burden 36′)

11:00am – Capital Football 3 (Cervo 16′, Barac 41′, Busek 44′) def. Brisbane Roar FC 2 (Gibbs 3′, Nguyen 50′)

12:00pm – Tasmania 2 (Zasandy 15′, Morton 34′) def. by Victoria Metro 6 (Serdenes 9′, Menelaou 19′, Siccita 23′, Nicoletti 37′, Kassaby 47′)

12:00pm – Football NSW Blue 4 (Segecic 14′, 39′, Smyth 35′, Tyler 46′) def. Victoria Country 1 (Babovic)

1:00pm – Northern NSW 4 (Cavallaro 4′, Power O’Toole 21′, Kelly 43′, Oakley-McLean 47′) def. Northern Territory 0

1:00pm – Queensland Metro 2 (Johnson 12′, Rocks 46′) drew with South Australia Red 2 (Toure 11′, Matteo 27′)

2:00pm – Football NSW White 2 (Wass 35′, McGowan 44′) def. Football NSW Country 0

3:00pm – Perth Glory 2 (Rawlins 10′, Hobson 32′) def. Football NSW Navy 0

3:00pm – Newcastle Jets 1 (Kacev 50′) def. by Tasmania 4 (Divin 5′, Zasadny 9′, 27′, Jacobs 33′)

4:00pm – Brisbane Roar 1 (Dent 3′) def. by Western Australia 3 (Gomez 33′, Katz 41′, Matoba 50′)

5:00pm – Victoria Country 0 def. by Capital Football 1 (Barac 37′)

5:00pm – South Australia Blue 0 def. by Football NSW Blue 4 (Segecic 5′ 20′, Smyth 16′, Ovens 31′)


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