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NAIDOC Week 2021 will be held from Sunday 4 July to Sunday 11 July
Our ladies are looking forward to wearing their jerseys and celebrating the meaning of NAIDOC (date to be set).
The Story - Jersey Artwork Title: Yuangga (Path)
Yuangga illustrates the story of the local Albion Park community and Albion Park Soccer Club's women teams, their kinship and journey as a club and their connections to country.
The shirt is broken up into the three dominant colours of the club, and also to represent three important elements of the club.
Yellow representing - the community and parents
White representing - the women, the players
Green representing - the hard-working women's committee
All three elements are scattered across the jersey to showcase the strong connection between all three elements. The dots representing each individual and the small meeting circles representing places of story and connection.
The Women and the teams are represented through the white meeting circle. The meeting circle symbolises family, and it showcases women sitting around this circle and sharing their own journeys with each other.
The E shaped symbols represent the animals that surround our beautiful escapement (running escapement through the mid-section of the jersey) and their connection to country.
Lastly, the colour of the jersey, black, represents and celebrates our people, our community and our mob, Aboriginal people
Kane Alexander Wright is a proud Dharug Man from the community of Blacktown, in Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Kane is named after his Great, Great Grandfather, a courageous and strong empowering Aboriginal leader in the early 1900s.
Kane is a self-taught painter and community artist. Kane deeply connects with the land and people and channels his energy through these avenues when creating his artworks. He values and appreciates every person he walks and works with.
hank you Kane for your fine efforts in creating the meaningful design of the shirts
The NSW Government has announced that the stay-at-home orders that were put in place yesterday have now been extended across all of Greater Sydney including the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour from 6pm today (Saturday, 26 June 2021) until 11.59pm on Friday, 16 July 2021.
Significantly, the NSW Government has made it very clear that community sport will not be permitted during this period.
Therefore, all football activities within Greater Sydney including the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour are suspended immediately until 11.59pm on Friday, 16 July 2021.
What does this mean for Football in these areas?
• Effective immediately, all games, training and other football activities must cease;
• All Football NSW and Association competitions and leagues will be suspended until 11.59pm on Friday, 16 July 2021;
• Any football activity which takes place during this period is not sanctioned by Football NSW and, therefore, the Personal Accident insurance cover that is provided as part of a player’s registration may not apply.
FSC Flare will be hosting an in-house 8-week development program at Terry Reserve for 9 to 12-year-olds conducted by highly qualified FSC coaches. This clinic is ideal for players wishing to expand their knowledge and stronger develop their football skills set.
TERM 2 - Week 1 - FRIDAY 7th May - Terry Reserve
FSC also welcomes our coaches/managers to the sessions to learn, watch and observe the techniques used during training sessions. Great opportunity for all team officials!
If you are interested in participating, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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CONGRATULATIONS to Sophia who is the Major Prize winner $1,000 from IMB Bank Moment of the Week competition.
Albion Park Soccer Club also wins $1,000 - brilliant news!!
Our All Aged Women Div 1 proudly holds a rich history of their successes over many years. Here are a few images (not all) of their achievements to date.
Having won their 7th consecutive Grand Final, and many other accolades along the way, is a testament to the tight-knit group of talented ladies and devoted Coach Macca and Manager Joanne.
These titles do not come easy, but commitment, consistent training, respect, and a will to win has proven to be the road to success for this great team.
Immensely proud of you guys! Wonderful role models to the younger generation coming through the ranks of Albion Park Soccer Club.
Albion Park Soccer Club is immensely proud of our teams that played in the Final Series last weekend.
What a great experience for our teams, full of many different rollercoaster emotions throughout the weekend.
Congratulations to all on your efforts and representing our Club in a positive manner
12.2 Finished 3rd - Runners Up in the Semi Final
13.3 Finished 2nd – Runners Up in the Semi Final
14.2 Finished 4th – Won the Semi Final and won the GRAND FINAL
15.2 Finished 2nd – Won the Semi in a penalty shootout, GRAND FINAL Runners Up
15.3 Finished 2nd – Runners Up in the Semi Final after a penalty shootout
16.2 Girls Finished 2nd – Runners Up in the Semi Final
AAW Div 1 – LEAGUE CHAMPIONS – Won the Semi Final – Grand Final Sun 25th Oct
Masters Div 4 – Finished 2nd – Runners Up in the Semi Final
Based on information received from the Chief Health Officer, here are some key points in relation to the easing of restrictions from this weekend 26th September 2020:
Interregional community sporting competitions may recommence without restricting these activities to regions or zones, provided there is a COVID-19 Safety Plan in place
More than one parent may now attend community sporting activities if physical distancing of at least 1.5 metres can be maintained between people that are not from the same household
Non-essential adults should continue to be excluded from sporting activities
Community sports organisations and participants should continue to avoid shared travel arrangements such as car pooling and bus travel
Continue to minimise gatherings before and after the event
Ensure strict compliance with all other elements of the COVID-19 Safety Plan.