34 Local footballers selected to conquer the FFA National Youth Championships for Boys Tournament

September 3rd, 2019

Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) has announced the thirty-four (34) players who have been selected to represent the region at Football Federation Australia’s (FFA) National Youth Championships for Boys in 13 and 14 Years.

More than 600 of Australia’s best young male footballers from around the country will compete from Monday 30 September until Friday 4 October 2019 at the newly renovated C.ex International Stadium in Coffs Harbour.

Each State Federation is represented by its top players with three Hyundai A-League Academy teams in addition participating including Newcastle Jets, Perth Glory, Brisbane Roar.

NNSWF Head of Football Development, Peter Haynes said NNSWF has had the pleasure hosting the tournament in Coffs Harbour for fourteen years and highlighted the talented pathways the Championships continue to create for players.

“Northern NSW Football along with the support of Coffs City Council and Destination NSW, have had the pleasure hosting the National Youth Championships for Girls and Boys since 2006,” Haynes said.

“There will be a number of technical directors and Football Federation Australia representatives at the tournament identifying players for future national squads.

“These opportunities highlight how invaluable the Championships are in providing young players with the chance for identification for future Australian team camps and the potential to one day represent our country at the highest level,” Haynes concluded.

The Championships, secured by the NSW Government’s tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW, will host thirty-six (36) teams from around Australia who will represent their State and compete for the title.

The 2018-19 Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) bid was supported by long-time partner Coffs Harbour City Council and Sports Unit, along with the NSW Government’s tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW all of which recognised the significance of the tournament as a catalyst for tourism and economic benefit to the Coffs Harbour region and the state of NSW.

The 2019 FFA National Youth Championships for Boys are proudly supported by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW.


Northern NSW Football 13 Years Squad
First Name Last Name Suburb Zone/Club
Seth Anderson Adamstown Heights Adamstown Rosebud
Tate Bennellick Mardi Charlestown City Blues
Tane Carpenter Umina Beach Edgeworth Eagles
Charlie Daniels Adamstown Lambton Jaffas
Giles Harrison New Lambton Heights Hamilton Olympic
Zac Hartley Goonellabah Football Far North Coast
Kai Herd Fern Bay Broadmeadow Magic
Axel Hollis Pottsville Football Far North Coast
Cody Hopton Wallsend Hamilton Olympic
Ethan Lewis Adamstown Heights Hamilton Olympic
Luka Magnery Swansea Lambton Jaffas
Lorcan McCallum Merewether Hamilton Olympic
Ederyn Rankin Rosebank Football Far North Coast
Kalen Routley Eleebana Broadmeadow Magic
Jackson Tuckett Suffolk Park Football Far North Coast
Cooper Vimpani New Lambton Broadmeadow Magic
Lucas Walshe Adamstown Heights Hamilton Olympic



Northern NSW Football 14 Years Squad
First Name Last Name Suburb Zone/Club
Hani Addis Mullumbimby Football Far North Coast
Cohen Bartrop Hamilton South Hamilton Olympic
Jordan Baylis Macquarie Hills Edgeworth Eagles
Brayden Boonstra Tamworth Northern Inland Football
Jake Callen Coal Point Edgeworth Eagles
Oscar Cathcart Lambton Hamilton Olympic
Shiwa Dul Broadmeadow Hamilton Olympic
Regan Fitzpatrick Tarro Weston Workers Bears
Aswin Gurung Thornton Hamilton Olympic
Ptolemy Horan Boambee North Coast Football
Sam Jackson Georgetown Hamilton Olympic
Mason King Fletcher Broadmeadow Magic
Yue Han Leong Warners Bay Charlestown City Blues
Max Middleby Valentine Valentine
Oliver Rixon East Lismore Football Far North Coast
Charlie Shipperlee Woolgoolga North Coast Football
Wil Southcombe Muswellbrook Hamilton Olympic


13 Years Official Fixtures

14 Years Official Fixtures

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