Everything you need to know about the NPL NNSW 2019 Grand Final

September 13th, 2019

This Sunday, 15th September, the NPL Northern NSW concludes with an epic Grand Final day set to feature three exciting Championship-deciding games!

This Sunday’s match times are as follows:

11:00 am – Newcastle Jets 16 Years vs. Adamstown Rosebud FC – 18 Years Grand Final

1:00 pm – Newcastle Jets 18 Years vs. Hamilton Olympic FC – 20 Years Grand Final

3:00 pm – Maitland FC vs. Edgeworth Eagles – First Grade Grand Final

 

All matches will also be LIVE Streamed thanks to BarTV Sports and can be found HERE.

Please carefully consider the following information ahead of attending the 2019 NPL NNSW Grand Final at Magic Park. 

 

General Information:

Where can I park?
The parking area is shown in green on the below map. Should the allocated parking become full, parking is available in surrounding streets. The disabled parking area is shown in yellow. Please follow the direction of staff when accessing parking. Please be advised that no cars are permitted to park inside the ground. Spectators are encouraged to consider alternate transport arrangements including public transport.

Is there an entry fee?
Yes, entry fees for the 2019 NPL NNSW Grand Final are as follows:
Adult – $10.00
Concession/School Students – $5.00
Children under 5 – Free

Will food and beverages be available for purchase?
Yes, there will be multiple food outlets open for the duration of the day. Please note that commercial quantities of food will not be allowed into the ground.

Is alcohol allowed?
No. Strictly no alcohol may be brought into Magic Park. A range of drinks including alcoholic beverages will be available from allocated bar areas throughout the ground. Please note that intoxicated patrons will not be served, and may be asked to leave the ground. Persons arriving at Magic Park who are considered intoxicated will not be permitted entry.

Where can I smoke?
Smoking is prohibited in ALL areas of Magic Park. Should you elect to smoke, you must exit the grounds. Pass outs are available at front gate.

Can I bring my pet?
Although we love all animals large and small, unfortunately Magic Park isn’t the place for them, please refrain from bringing them with you as they will not be allowed entry.

Where can I sit?
There will be limited grandstand seating. Spectators are permitted to bring outdoor chairs and place them on the grassed areas. Marquees are prohibited unless prior arrangements have been confirmed with NNSWF.

FFA Spectator Code of Behaviour

The FFA Spectator Code of Behaviour will be enforced. Spectators must not enter or attempt to enter the field of play or playing arena without lawful authority. Any person who does not comply with this Spectator Code of Behaviour or who otherwise causes a disturbance may be evicted from the Venue and may be banned from attending future Matches.

 

Terms of Admission:

The following Terms of Admission apply to this event.

 

Player and Team Official Information:

How does my team enter the facility and change room areas?
Players and Team Officials will need to check in with Luke Blundell who will be located at the front gate. Free entry will be given to both players and officials as nominated on the team list provided to NNSWF. 25 AAA passes will be given to the manager or coach of each team. Passes will need to be worn at all times on the field of play and in the change rooms. Access will be denied by security to those without their pass.

Where do we warm up?
Teams will be able to warm up on the outside field shown in blue on the map. Access is via the gate on the far north eastern side of the pitch

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