Say Goodbye To Winter With Summer 6s

August 11th, 2015

Registrations for Northern NSW Football’s (NNSWF) Summer 6s competitions have opened across Northern NSW, bidding winter a fond farewell and making way for ‘football, sun and a whole lot of fun for the warmer months ahead.

The Summers 6s competition is one of NNSWF’s popular off season participation activities for both males and females, conducted by a selection of sanctioned member clubs across Northern NSW.

Summer 6s incorporates a revised format of the game with a competitive yet social environment that provides ‘for football, sun and a whole-lot-a-fun’ for participants, with selected member clubs hosting both junior and senior competitions.

The revised Summer 6s format sees matches run for 30 minutes, with 15 minute halves and a brief half-time interval. Each team is permitted to field six players and has the opportunity for unlimited interchange during the match.

‘Summer 6s is a great way to keep active over summer in a friendly and social environment. It allows those who have played football during the regular winter season to continue playing during the off season, whether their objective is to maintain their match fitness or simply just to have fun,’ NNSWF Community Football Manager Peter Haynes said.

‘Summer 6s is also a great opportunity for people not actively involved in the game at club level, to experience football in a more relaxed, fun format that is more accessible and flexible to their individual needs but still delivers a great football experience,’ Haynes said.

Eleven (11) member clubs across Northern NSW are hosting the Summer 6s format.

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