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FOOTBALL NSW ANNUAL REPORT
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FOOTBALL NSW ANNUAL REPORT
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board of
chairman’s
directors
report
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ceo’s
lifetime
executive
corporate
report
members
team
partners
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financials
awards &
registration
results
numbers
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Greg O’Rourke
1st Oct 2011 - Current
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Louie Apostolovski
James Chetcuti
14th Mar 2014 - Current 1st Mar 2013 - Current
Stephen Hayes
Anter Isaac
Jeanette Jones
27th Oct 2010 - Current
1st Mar 2013 - Current
1st Oct 2011 - Current
Simon Philips
Mark Reading
Charlie Yankos
1st Oct 2011 - Current
3rd Mar 2011 - Current
21st Feb 2013 - Current
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chairman’s report
Only a few short years ago
the Football NSW Board
and management team
agreed on a mission
to grow, promote and
develop the game.
It nearly appeared
to be too basic in
wording to stimulate the
stakeholders across the
game. Simple but effective
would be our aims and the
‘how’ most important.
The ‘how’ was simply to unlock the potential, the
potential at all clubs, associations and branches
who were already full of dedicated volunteers
and administrators. We structured the Football
NSW resources to match the member needs and
engaged with the FFA to build a unity of purpose.
If we look back at 2014 and compare to 2013,
we have grown the playing numbers, we have
promoted the game more than ever before via
social media, through government relationships
and through events. We have clear pathways for
players, for referees and coaches and we have
FNSW resources dedicated to all these and we
have re-engaged with the Futsal community.
We have improved our governance and
leadership actions but most importantly the
clubs and associations have led the way. The
high tide raising all the ships.
In 2014, based on member feedback, we
extended our resource focus to facilities. We
held our first Facilities Forum in 2014 and
are actively working with stakeholders and
government in a consistent and unified manner
to best leverage our membership size and
influence. On or around the date of releasing
this report the Football NSW Home of Football
and Valentine Sports Park will also be opened.
A facility that will be the envy of many codes with
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two synthetic playing fields, three outdoor grass
fields and indoor futsal and multi-purpose facility
surrounded by refurbished accommodation
and pool whilst housing a new café for the
football and wider community. Apart from a
leading Australian facility for sport it will generate
a legacy of revenue to fund Football NSW’s
activities and further invest in the game.
The process has started to determine how to
integrate the A-League youth into the Football
NSW competitions with the want to consider a
pathway that starts with the grassroots and leads
to the A-League. There has been much achieved
in 2014 and much more to do going forward.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank all
my fellow Football NSW Board members who
again have given their time and effort in so many
ways. To Eddie Moore CEO, his executive team
and all the staff of Football NSW I thank you for
your professional approach, your dedication and
your relentless pursuit of improvement both
within yourselves but more so the game and its
membership.
The tide has turned. The strength of the game in
NSW will continue to grow and the foundations
of Football NSW have been rebuilt. It has been
built on trust and like all human relationships
this will continue to evolve, to change, to be
tested and ultimately to be improved. It has been
rebuilt on a belief that where trust and respect
for each other exists, the ability to succeed as
one becomes the outcome not the dream.
It has been said in the past that the biggest
hurdle to the game’s success on and off the field
in Australia has been the stakeholders inability
to harness the power of its membership. At
times our own worst enemy. Within the Football
NSW footprint this hurdle has been tackled and
together we have successfully navigated a course
for the future.
It will take a little more time but momentum is
everything.
Greg O’Rourke
Chairman, Football NSW
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Across all areas of the
Game of Football in NSW,
2014 has again been
a period of sustained
growth, maturity and
development.
We have seen growth in
all the key metrics around
the game – player numbers,
qualified coaches and referees.
For all the players, coaches,
referees and volunteers who
participate in any version of our game
– outdoor, Futsal, summer football, or schools,
it is pleasing to see the efforts of the dedicated
administrators – paid and volunteer – impacting
on the experience of nearly 300,000 participants.
As a sport the continual drive and energies for all
parts of the game to work as one with a real unity
of purpose is central to reaching the goals we all
seek. The year has seen many firsts in Football in
this state. Some of these include:
• The inaugural FFA Cup
• Summer Football Champion of Champions
• School Referee programs
• Hosting of the Futsal National Championships
• Futsal Teacher Professional Learning Course approved and delivered
• AFC C–Licence offered in country NSW
• 3 all-female Skill Training Certificate courses conducted
• 4 satellite training locations established for NPL and SL referees
• Establishment of the Nations of Origin Futsal
Competition
• Conducting a Community Football Roadshow to Associations and Schools in Western NSW
• Establishing the AWD Futsal League
• Use of a Qualification Management System for All Coach and Education courses
• Online booking system for Associations and Clubs seeking education & training on MFC & FSP
• Girls Supplementary SAP Program
• NPL 1 Women’s Preseason Cup
• AWD Futsal League
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Additionally we continue to develop and
improve the core programs and services for our
membership including an integrated registration
marketing program, the highest standards in the
delivery of all our competitions and added support
and benefits to summer football and community
futsal providers.
The redevelopment of Valentine Sports Park has
continued throughout the year with the Futsal
court, dining room and accommodation block
opening mid-year. The new Home of Football
and first of the synthetic fields was completed
in December with the remaining fields due for
completion in mid-February.
Beyond the delivery of our programs and
competitions in partnership with the Clubs and
Associations, in 2014 Football NSW has taken a
far more proactive leadership role in State-wide
Facilities Development strategies and delivery.
In November we hosted the first Facilities Forum,
bringing together local Government, industry
experts and our constituents. This event was
an outstanding success and allowed all our
membership the opportunity to engage and share
knowledge, expertise and ideas as we seek to
meet the demand for new and improved playing
facilities.
I would like to thank the Chairman, Directors and
the members of the various standing committees
who offer considerable time and energy in their
respective roles with Football NSW.
We thank all the sponsors, partners and
supporters of Football NSW for the vital part you
play across all our programs.
To the representatives at all tiers of Government
Federal, State and Local we send our appreciation
for the support and services you bring to Football
across the state.
My sincere and warm thanks go to the Executive
team and all the Football NSW staff who contribute
greatly to the successes we see both on and off
the field.
Eddie Moore
CEO, Football NSW
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lifetime members
Vince Balzan
Peter Gray
Cec Barlow*
John Hedison
Ron Beaumont
Ian Holmes
Leonard Bolden AM
Stan Jones MBE*
William Brackenbury*
Ross Kelly
Howard Bradley
Steve Kenny
Frank Broughton*
Rob Laws
Aulden Brown*
Joe Leffley*
Lionel Brown*
Peter McCann*
Andy Burton*
Douglas McCarron
George Churchward
Bill Mcilveen
Jack Cirjanic *
A. Raahauge*
Robert Clark
Anthony Raciti
Robert Colombo
Doug Rennie OAM
John Constantine AM, OAM
Joan Robertson*
Lindsay Cosgrove
Jim Ronis
David Crampton
Laurie Simpson
William Cullinan*
Florence Stephenson
Kevin Darcy*
Arthur Sidney Tanner BEM*
Harrie Dening OAM*
Jack Thomas*
George Dick OAM*
John Thomson
Tom A. Doumanis OAM
Peter Thorne
Eric Drury
Jack Toole*
Trevor Elliott*
Ray Tweedie OAM
Brian Emery
Charles Valentine*
Les Fairclough*
Sam Vella OAM
Ken Ferguson*
L. Williams*
William Ford*
Bill Wilson*
Jim Forrest
Frank Wilson
Ron Garvin*
Rod Woods*
Keith Gilmour*
* Deceased
David Goodman
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Eddie Moore
Chief Executive Officer
Colin Barnes
Head of Finance
Lorenzo Crepaldi
Legal Counsel
Phil Brown
Head of Football
Ricardo Piccioni
Facilities Development Manager
Alex Tobin
State Technical Director
Adam Dennison
Head of Digital Marketing and
Sponsorship
Troy McColl
Head of Competitions
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sponsors
ball
licensees
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corporate partners
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directors’ report
Directors
The names of each person who has been a director
during the year and to the date of this report are:
Greg O’Rourke
Mark Reading
• Participation and Development - We increase and retain
participation of players, Clubs, Associations, coaches
and referees in each segment of the game.
• Facilities - We grow the number and quality of facilities
accessible to our current and potential playing base.
• Commercial - We generate year on year growth in our
commercial revenues to drive the ability to reinvest in
the game.
Stephen Hayes
Jeanette Jones
Simon Philips
Review of Operations
Anter Isaac
Charlie Yankos
James Chetcuti
Louie Apostolovski (appointed 14 March 2014)
Directors have been in office since the start of the
financial year to the date of this report unless otherwise
stated.
Principal Activities
The principal activity of the entity during the financial year
was the fostering and control of the game of football in
the state of New South Wales.
Football NSW’s short term objectives are to:
• deliver financial and organisational sustainability
through effective corporate governance;
• ensure structural and philosophical alignment with the
FFA;
• develop a strong customer service focus and service
delivery ethos.
Football NSW’s long term objective is to grow,
develop and promote the game by supporting our
members, stakeholders and football family through
effective governance, strong leadership, transparent
communication, professional administration and clear
strategic direction.
To achieve these objectives, Football NSW has adopted
strategies in the key strategic pillars as outlined in our
new strategic plan:
• Leadership and Governance - We demonstrate
leadership and relevance by providing support to
constituents and members.
• Technical - We provide the environment and pathways
to produce the best players, coaches and referees.
• Competitions - We facilitate and enable leagues and
competition (including championships, tournaments
and special events) that encourage optimal
performance and development.
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2014 saw a growth in outdoor player numbers of over
4%. Football NSW managed to maintain or reduce
capitation fees across all the grassroots categories for the
third successive year.
With 2014 being a transition year as a result of the
redevelopment of Valentine Sports Park, revenue from
investments was reduced, with these investments being
channelled into the redevelopment. Similarly, an increase
in consultancy costs was recorded during the year, largely
as a result of the redevelopment.
Insurance cost savings were realised as a result of a full
retender of the program, with savings passed back to
participants in the form of reduced insurance levies for
grassroots participants for 2015, consistent with the
commitment made by the Football NSW Board at the
2013 AGM.
2014 saw an increase in direct investment in both
referees and coach education programs.
The Football NSW Board took the decision in 2012
to redevelop the facilities at Valentine Sports Park, to
modernise existing facilities and provide a football asset
that benefits the community on a social and commercial
level. The 2014 financial statements reflect the impact of
an updated valuation of Valentine Sports Park, resulting
in a significant fair value adjustment to account for the
differential in the funds invested to redevelop Valentine
Sports Park and the underlying value of the asset, which
is reflective of Accounting Standard requirements in
relation to valuing land and buildings to the highest and
best use, which is residential land. This is consistent with
the treatment flagged in the 2013 financial statements.
Football NSW has received a total of $8M in external
funding towards this project that has previously been
recognised as income through retained earnings, whilst
recognising significant upward revaluations in both 2011
and 2013 reflective of the change in value of the land at
Valentine Sports Park. A further fair value adjustment
is anticipated in the 2015 financial year in line with
accounting standard requirements.
Information on Directors
GREG O’ROURKE
Chairman, Football NSW Limited
Company Executive
Life Member, Barden Ridgebacks Football Club
Member - Australian Institute of Company Directors
Member - Institute Public Accountants
MARK READING
Vice Chairman, Football NSW Limited
ANTER ISAAC
Director, Football NSW Limited
Member of Audit & Risk Committee, Football NSW Limited
Managing Director, Kleinmann Wang
Director, Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)
Member, CPA Australia
Member, Australian Institute of Company Directors
Member, FIFA Performance Programme
Chairman of Audit & Risk Committee, Football NSW
Limited
CHARLIE YANKOS OAM
Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Member of Project Control Group
Master of Business Administration
Former Socceroo (1983 - 1989) 49 appearances, 30 as
captain
Grad. Dip. Applied Finance
Director, Football NSW Limited
Member, Australian Institute of Company Directors
Senior Career: Heidleberg United (1979 - 1985), West
Adelaide (1986), APIA Leichardt (1987 - 1988) PAOK
Salonika (1988 - 1989), Blacktown City (1989 - 1990),
Wollongong City (1990 - 1992), Canterbury-Marrickville
(1992), Wollongong City (1992 - 1994)
STEPHEN HAYES
Real Estate Professional
Bachelor of Commerce
Fellow Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
Fellow, FINSIA
Director, Football NSW Limited
Bachelor of Arts
Self Employed
JAMES CHETCUTI
George Churchward Medal Winner
Life Member, Riverina Branch
Director, Football NSW Limited
Life Member, Boomers Football Club (Albury Wodonga)
Member of Legal & Regulatory Committee, Football NSW
Limited
Life Member, Albury Wodonga Football Association
Member of Project Control Group
JEANETTE JONES
Director, Football NSW Limited
Member of Legal & Regulatory Committee (Appointed 30
October 2014)
Medical Practitioner
MB BS (HON) (NSW)
Life Member, North West Sydney Women’s Football
SIMON PHILIPS
Director, Football NSW Limited
Chairman of Legal & Regulatory Committee, Football NSW
Limited
Barrister
BA, LLB (Hons) (Sydney)
Grad Dip Legal Studies (UTS)
Life Member, Sydney University Soccer Football Club
Sales Professional
Diploma Accounting
Diploma Business (Real Estate)
Member - Australian Institute of Company Directors
LOUIE APOSTOLOVSKI (Appointed 14 March 2014)
Director, Football NSW Limited
Director, itravel
Diploma in Inventory Management/Logistics
Diploma in Business Management
Foundation Life Member, Bankstown City Lions
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directors’ report
Meetings of Directors
Indemnification of Auditors
Director
Number eligible to Number
attend
attended
Greg O'Rourke
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Mark Reading
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Steven Hayes
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12
Jeanette Jones
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10
Simon Philips
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12
Anter Isaac
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11
Charlie Yankos
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12
James Chetcuti
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11
Louie Apostolovski 8
(Appointed 14
March 2014)
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Members’ Guarantee
The entity is incorporated under the Corporations Act
2001 and is an entity limited by guarantee. If the entity is
wound up, the constitution states that each member is
required to contribute a maximum of $20 each towards
meeting any outstanding obligations of the entity. At 31
October 2014, the total amount that members of the
company are liable to contribute if the company is wound
up is $1,160. (2013: $1,160)
To the extent permitted by law, Football NSW has agreed
to indemnify its auditors, Ernst & Young, as part of the
terms of its audit engagement agreement against claims
by third parties arising from the audit (for an unspecified
amount). No payment has been made to indemnify Ernst
& Young during the financial year or since the financial
year end.
Significant Events After Balance Date
Other than that disclosed in this report and to the
knowledge of directors, there has been no other matter
or circumstance that has arisen since the end of the
financial year that has significantly affected, or may affect
Football NSW’s operations in future financial years, the
results of those operations or Football NSW’s state of
affairs in future financial years.
Environmental Legislation
Football NSW operations are not subject to any particular
or significant environmental regulation under a law of the
Commonwealth or a State of Territory in Australia.
Auditor’s Independence Declaration
The lead auditor’s independence declaration for the year
ended 31 October 2014 has been received and can be
found on the following page.
Signed in accordance with a resolution of the Board of Directors.
Greg O’Rourke
Mark Reading
Director
Director
Dated: 11 December 2014
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Ernst & Young
680 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
GPO Box 2646 Sydney NSW 2001
Tel: +61 2 9248 5555
Fax: +61 2 9248 5959
ey.com/au
Auditor’s Independence Declaration to the Directors of Football NSW
Limited
In relation to our audit of the financial report of Football NSW Limited for the financial year ended 31
October 2014, to the best of my knowledge and belief, there have been no contraventions of the
auditor independence requirements of the Corporations Act 2001 or any applicable code of
professional conduct.
Ernst & Young
Daniel Cunningham
Partner
11 December 2014
A member firm of Ernst & Young Global Limited
Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation
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income statement
for the year ended 31 October 2014
Note
2014 $
2013 $
2
13,306,730
12,762,055
-
5,000,000
283,562
1,299,285
Cost of Goods Sold
(1,420,275)
(1,120,855)
Employee benefits expense
(3,742,729)
(3,788,160)
(241,358)
(130,208)
(3,969)
(212,266)
-
(819,186)
(7,487,357)
(7,049,383)
694,605
5,941,282
-
-
694,605
5,941,282
Other comprehensive income after income tax:
gain on revaluation of non-current assets
(13,532,151)
10,120,000
Other comprehensive income for the year, net of tax:
(13,532,151)
10,120,000
Total comprehensive income for the year
(12,837,546)
16,061,282
Total comprehensive income attributable to members of the
entity
(12,837,546)
16,061,282
Revenue
Redevelopment Grant
Other income
2
Depreciation expense
Finance costs
Preliminary redevelopment expenditure at Valentine Sports Park
Other expenses
3
Profit/(Loss) before income tax
Income tax expense
1(k)
Profit/(Loss) for the year
The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
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as at 31 October 2014
Note
2014 $
2013 $
Cash And Cash Equivalents
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5,025,630
12,246,276
Trade And Other Receivables
5
764,730
1,224,096
Inventories
6
192,426
438,677
Financial Assets
7
-
6,570,796
Other Assets
9
52,576
23,036
6,035,361
20,502,881
Current Assets
Total Current Assets
Non-Current Assets
Financial Assets
7
8,496
8,053
Property, Plant And Equipment
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23,415,272
22,948,886
Total Non-Current Assets
23,423,768
22,956,939
Total Assets
29,459,129
43,459,820
Current Liabilities
Trade And Other Payables
10
1,253,928
2,153,240
Borrowings
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26,273
27,979
Short-Term Provisions
12
491,951
497,604
Other Liabilities
13
48,130
283,094
1,820,282
2,961,917
Total Current Liabilities
Non-Current Liabilities
Borrowings
11
26,999
36,230
Long-Term Provisions
12
69,365
81,644
96,364
117,874
1,916, 645
3,079,791
27,542,483
40,380,029
Retained Earnings
11,888,555
11,193,950
Reserves
15,653,928
29,186,079
27,542,483
40,380,029
Total Non-Current Liabilities
Total Liabilities
Net Assets
Equity
Total Equity
The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
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statement of financial position
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statement of changes in equity
for the year ended 31 October 2014
Revenue
Balance as at 1 November 2012
Retained
Earnings $
Asset
Revaluation $
Capital
Profits $
Total $
5,252,668
5,125,726
13,940,353
24,318,747
Total comprehensive income for the year
Profit attributable to members
Net gain on revaluation of assets
Balance as at 31 October 2013
5,941,282
-
11,193,950
10,120,000
15,245,726
-
5,941,282
-
10,120,000
13,940,353
40,380,029
Total comprehensive income for the year
Profit attributable to members
694,605
-
-
694,605
Other comprehensive income for the year
Fair value adjustment
-
(13,532,151)
-
(13,532,151)
Total comprehensive income for the year
694,605
(13,532,151)
-
(12,837,546)
Balance as at 31 October 2014
11,888,555
1,713,575
13,940,353
27,542,483
(a) C
apital Profits Reserve
The capital profits reserve records profits on sale of land.
(b) Asset Revaluation Reserve
The asset revaluation reserve records the revaluations of property, plant and equipment.
The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
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for the year ended 31 October 2014
Note
2014 $
2013 $
18,081,797
17,414,116
(15,828,130)
(18,729,932)
CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES
Receipts from sponsors, customers and members
Payments to suppliers and employees
198,525
168,312
Dividends received
Interest received
-
-
Government Funding
-
5,500,000
2,452,192
4,352,496
-
6,774,973
(16,202,640)
(730,164)
6,570,796
-
(9,631,844)
6,044,809
Net cash provided by (used in) operating activities
CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES
Proceeds from sale of property, plant & equipment
Payment for property, plant & equipment
Macquarie Bank Investment Redeemed
Net cash (used in) investing activities
CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES
Proceeds from borrowings
-
-
Repayments of borrowings
-
(4,920,000)
Finance costs
(40,994)
(237,457)
Net cash (used in) financing activities
(40,994)
(5,157,457)
Net increase (decrease) in cash held
(7,220,646)
5,239,848
Cash at beginning of financial year
12,246,276
7,006,428
5,025,630
12,246,276
Cash at end of financial year
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The accompanying notes form part of these financial statements.
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statement of cash flows
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notes to the financial statements
for the year ended 31 October 2014
Note 1: Statement of Significant
Accounting Policies
The financial report of Football NSW Limited for the year
ended 31 October 2014 was authorised for issue by the
Directors on 11 December 2014. The financial statements
are for Football NSW Limited as an individual entity,
incorporated and domiciled in Australia. Football NSW
Limited is a company limited by guarantee.
Basis of Preparation
The financial report is presented in Australian dollars.
The financial statements are general purpose financial
statements that have been prepared in accordance with
Australian Accounting Standards - Reduced Disclosure
Requirements of the Australian Accounting Standards
Board (AASB) and the Corporations Act 2001.
Australian Accounting Standards set out accounting
policies that the AASB has concluded would result in
financial statements containing relevant and reliable
information about transactions, events and conditions.
Material accounting policies adopted in the preparation
of these financial statements are presented below and
have been consistently applied unless otherwise stated.
The financial statements have been prepared on
an accruals basis and are based on historical costs,
modified, where applicable, by the measurement at fair
value of selected non-current assets, financial assets and
financial liabilities.
Accounting Policies
(a) Revenue and Other Income
Revenue from the sale of goods is recognised upon
delivery of goods to customers. Grant revenue is
recognised in the statement of comprehensive income
when the entity obtains control of the grant and it is
probable that the economic benefits gained from the
grant will flow to the entity and the amount of the grant
can be measured reliably. Interest revenue is recognised
using the effective interest rate method, which for
floating rate financial assets is the rate inherent in the
instrument. Dividend revenue is recognised when the
right to receive a dividend has been established. Revenue
from the rendering of a service is recognised upon
delivery of the service to the customer. All revenue is
stated net of the amount of the goods and services tax
(GST).
(c) Property, Plant and Equipment
Each class of property, plant and equipment is carried
at cost or fair values as indicated, less, where applicable,
accumulated depreciation and impairment losses.
Freehold Property
Freehold land and buildings are shown at their fair
value based on periodic, but at least triennial, valuations
by external independent valuers, less subsequent
depreciation for buildings.
In periods where the freehold land and buildings are
not subject to an independent valuation, the directors
conduct directors’ valuations on the carrying amount of
the land and buildings to review that it is not materially
different to the fair value.
Increases in the carrying amount arising on revaluation
of land and buildings are recognised in other
comprehensive income and accumulated in the
revaluation surplus in equity. Revaluation decreases that
offset previous increases of the same class of assets shall
be recognised in other comprehensive income under the
heading of revaluation surplus. All other decreases are
charged to the statement of comprehensive income.
As the revalued buildings are depreciated, the difference
between depreciation recognised in the statement of
comprehensive income, which is based on the revalued
carrying amount of the asset and the depreciation based
on the asset’s original cost, is transferred from the
revaluation surplus to retained earnings.
Any accumulated depreciation at the date of the
revaluation is eliminated against the gross carrying
amount of the asset and the net amount is restated to
the revalued amount of the asset.
Property, plant and equipment
Property, plant and equipment are measured on the
cost basis less depreciation and impairment losses.
The carrying amount of property, plant and equipment
is reviewed annually by the entity to ensure it is not in
excess of the recoverable amount from these assets. The
recoverable amount is assessed on the basis of expected
net cash flows which will be received from the assets
employment and subsequent disposal. The expected net
cash flows have been discounted to their present values
in determining recoverable amounts.
(b) Inventories
Depreciation
Inventories are valued at the lower of cost or net
realisable value.
The depreciable amount of all fixed assets including
buildings and capitalised lease assets, but excluding
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freehold land, is depreciated on a straight-line basis over
the asset’s useful life to the entity commencing from the
time the asset is held ready for use. The depreciation
rates used for each class of depreciable assets are:
Class of fixed asset Depreciation rate
Freehold land and buildings
0-10%
Motor vehicles
12.5-20%
Plant and equipment
5-50%
The assets’ residual values and useful lives are reviewed,
and adjusted, if appropriate, at the end of each reporting
period.
Asset classes carrying amounts are written down
immediately to their recoverable amount if the asset’s
carrying amount is greater than its estimated recoverable
amount.
Gains and losses on disposals are determined by
comparing proceeds with the carrying amount. These
gains or losses are included in the statement of
comprehensive income.
(d) Leases
Lease payments for operating leases, where substantially
all the risks and benefits remain with the lessor, are
charged as expenses on a straight-line basis over the
lease term.
(e) Financial Instruments
Initial recognition and measurement
Financial assets and financial liabilities are recognised
when the entity becomes a party to the contractual
provisions of the instrument. For financial assets, this
is equivalent to the date that the entity commits itself to
either purchase or sell the asset (ie trade date accounting
is adopted). Financial instruments are initially measured
at fair value plus transaction costs except where the
instrument is classified ‘at fair value through profit or loss’
in which case transaction costs are expensed to profit or
loss immediately.
Classification and subsequent measurement
Finance instruments are subsequently measured at
either fair value, amortised cost using the effective
interest rate method or cost. Fair value represents the
amount for which an asset could be exchanged or a
liability settled, between knowledgeable, willing parties.
Where available, quoted prices in an active market are
used to determine fair value. In other circumstances,
valuation techniques are adopted.
Amortised cost is calculated as: (i) the amount at which
the financial asset or financial liability is measured at
initial recognition; (ii) less principal repayments; (iii) plus
or minus the cumulative amortisation of the difference,
if any, between the amount initially recognised and the
maturity amount calculated using the effective interest
method; and (iv) less any reduction for impairment.
The effective interest method is used to allocate interest
income or interest expense over the relevant period
and is equivalent to the rate that exactly discounts
estimated future cash payments or receipts (including
fees, transaction costs and other premiums or discounts)
through the expected life (or when this cannot be
reliably predicted, the contractual term) of the financial
instrument to the net carrying amount of the financial
asset or financial liability.
Revisions to expected future net cash flows will
necessitate an adjustment to the carrying value with a
consequential recognition of an income or expense in
profit or loss.
(i) Financial assets at fair value through profit and loss
Financial assets are classified at ‘fair value through profit
or loss’ when they are held for trading for the purpose of
short-term profit taking, or where they are derivatives not
held for hedging purposes, or when they are designated
as such to avoid an accounting mismatch or to enable
performance evaluation where a group of financial assets
is managed by key management personnel on a fair value
basis in accordance with a documented risk management
or investment strategy. Such assets are subsequently
measured at fair value with changes in carrying value
being included in profit or loss.
(ii) Loans and receivables
Loans and receivables are non-derivative financial assets
with fixed or determinable payments that are not quoted
in an active market and are subsequently measured at
amortised cost.
(iii) Financial liabilities
Non-derivative financial liabilities (excluding financial
guarantees) are subsequently measured at amortised
cost.
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notes to the financial statements
for the year ended 31 October 2014
Note 1: Statement of Significant
Accounting Policies (continued)
Fair value
Fair value is determined based on current bid prices for
all quoted investments. Valuation techniques are applied
to determine the fair value for all unlisted securities,
including recent arm’s length transactions, reference to
similar instruments and option pricing models.
Impairment
At each reporting date, the entity assess whether there
is objective evidence that a financial instrument has
been impaired. In the case of available-for-sale financial
instruments, a prolonged decline in the value of the
instrument is considered to determine whether an
impairment has arisen. Impairment losses are recognised
in the statement of comprehensive income.
belong. Where an impairment loss on a revalued asset is
identified, this is debited against the revaluation surplus
in respect of the same class of asset to the extent that
the impairment loss does not exceed the amount in the
revaluation surplus for that same class of asset.
(g) Employee Benefits
Provision is made for the entity’s liability for employee
benefits arising from services rendered by employees to
the end of the reporting period. Employee benefits that
are expected to be settled within one year have been
measured at the amounts expected to be paid when the
liability is settled. Employee benefits payable later than
one year have been measured at the present value of
the estimated future cash outflows to be made for those
benefits. Contributions are made by the company to
an employee superannuation fund and are charged as
expenses when incurred.
(h) Cash and cash equivalents
Derecognition
Financial assets are derecognised where the contractual
right to receipt of cash flows expires or the asset is
transferred to another party whereby the entity no longer
has any significant continuing involvement in the risks
and benefits associated with the asset. Financial liabilities
are derecognised where the related obligations are
either discharged, cancelled or expired. The difference
between the carrying value of the financial liability, which
is extinguished or transferred to another party and the
fair value of consideration paid, including the transfer of
non-cash assets or liabilities assumed, is recognised in
profit or loss.
(f) Impairment of Assets
At the end of each reporting period, the entity reviews
the carrying values of its tangible and intangible assets
to determine whether there is any indication that those
assets have been impaired. If such an indication exists,
the recoverable amount of the asset, being the higher of
the asset’s fair value less costs to sell and value in use,
is compared to the asset’s carrying value. Any excess of
the asset’s carrying value over its recoverable amount is
expensed to the statement of comprehensive income.
Where the future economic benefits of the asset are
not primarily dependent upon the asset’s ability to
generate net cash inflows and when the entity would,
if deprived of the asset, replace its remaining future
economic benefits, value in use is determined as the
depreciated replacement cost of an asset. Where it is not
possible to estimate the recoverable amount of a class
of assets, the entity estimates the recoverable amount
of the cash-generating unit to which the class of assets
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Cash and cash equivalents include cash on hand,
deposits held at-call with banks, other short-term highly
liquid investments with original maturities of three
months or less, and bank overdrafts.
(i) Finance Costs
Finance costs are recognised as an expense in the period
in which they are incurred.
(j) Goods and Services Tax (GST)
Revenues, expenses and assets are recognised net of
the amount of GST, except where the amount of GST
incurred is not recoverable from the Australian Tax
Office. In these circumstances the GST is recognised as
part of the cost of acquisition of the asset or as part of
an item of the expense. Receivables and payables in the
statement of financial position are shown inclusive of
GST. Cash flows are presented in the statement of cash
flows on a gross basis, except for the GST component of
investing and financing activities, which are disclosed as
operating cash flows.
(k) Income Tax
No provision for income tax has been raised as the entity
is exempt from paying income tax under Div 50 of the
Income Tax Assessment Act 1997.
(l) Provisions
Provisions are recognised when the entity has a legal
or constructive obligation, as a result of past events, for
which it is probable that an outflow of economic benefits
will result and that outflow can be reliably measured.
Provisions recognised represent the best estimate of the
amounts required to settle the obligation at the end of
the reporting period.
(m) Comparative Figures
Where required by Accounting Standards, comparative
figures have been adjusted to conform with changes in
presentation for the current financial year.
(n) Trade and Other Payables
Trade and other payables represent the liability
outstanding at the end of the reporting period for
goods and services received by the company during
the reporting period which remain unpaid. The balance
is recognised as a current liability with the amounts
normally paid within 30 days of recognition of the liability.
(o) Critical Accounting Estimates and Judgements
The directors evaluate estimates and judgments
incorporated into the financial report based on historical
knowledge and best available current information.
Estimates assume a reasonable expectation of future
events and are based on current trends and economic
data, obtained both externally and within the company.
Key estimates - Impairment
The entity assesses impairment at each reporting date
by evaluation of conditions and events specific to the
entity that may be indicative of impairment triggers.
Recoverable amounts of relevant assets are reassessed
using value-in-use calculations which incorporate various
key assumptions.
At 31 October 2014, an independent valuation was
performed on the freehold land and buildings at
Valentine Sports Park. This valuation was conducted by
Colliers International. The valuation was based on the fair
value less cost to sell. The critical assumptions adopted
in determining the valuation included the location of the
land and buildings and the current strong demand for
land in the area.
(p) Changes in Accounting Policy, Disclosures,
Standards and Interpretations
The accounting policies adopted are consistent with
those of the previous financial year. Football NSW had
adopted the following new and amended Australian
Accounting Standards and AABS interpretations as at 1
November 2013:
AASB 13 Fair Value Measurement
AASB 13 establishes a single source of guidance under
Australian Accounting Standards for all fair value
measurements. AASB 13 does not change when an
entity is required to use fair value, but rather provides
guidance on how to measure fair value under Australian
Accounting Standards. AASB 13 defines fair value as
an exit price. Application of AASB 13 has not materially
impacted the fair value measurements of Football NSW.
Additional disclosures where required, are provided in
the original notes relating to assets whose fair values
were determined.
Several other amendments apply for the first time in
2013/2014, however they do not impact the annual
financial statements of Football NSW.
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notes to the financial statements
for the year ended 31 October 2014
Note
2014 $
2013 $
Sales of goods
1,570,705
1,443,914
Capitation and insurance fees
Note 2: Revenue & Other Income
Revenue:
9,408,757
8,737,789
Fines and appeals
171,380
149,480
Football development grants
697,477
469,576
55,857
49,927
187,751
19,077
33,545
52,000
Marketing and promotion levy
311,149
301,969
Membership fees
356,076
363,730
Pools receipts
10,071
10,071
Rent received
3,166
284,042
468,765
517,716
Sundry revenue
32,029
362,764
Total Revenue
13,306,730
12,762,055
103,228
138,628
Gain on Disposal of Property, Plant and Equipment
-
423,503
Movement in net market values of non current investments
-
570,973
180,335
166,181
283,562
1,299,285
13,590,292
14,061,340
- external
180,335
166,181
Total Interest Revenue
180,335
166,181
Gross gates
Hire
Licensing
Sponsorship
Other Income:
Distributions received
Interest received
2(a)
Total Other Income
Total Revenue and Other Income
(a) Interest Revenue from:
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Note
2014 $
2013 $
466,711
472,115
41,294
28,620
- audit services
31,000
30,000
- other services
5,000
5,000
Note 3: Expenses
(a) Other expenses:
Advertising, promotions and sponsorship servicing
Affiliation Fees
Auditor remuneration:
- prior year under accrual
Bad Debts Written Off
Bank charges
-
19,295
22,676
43,028
13,161
8,933
Competitions, championships and camps
655,753
692,055
Consultancy fees
259,851
135,819
97,839
84,603
Electricity and gas
92,438
110,348
Entertainment expenses
20,172
23,833
233,943
167,381
48,744
27,868
Directors' expenses
Events
Fringe Benefits Tax
General expenses
Grants and member development
Human resources and risk management
Insurance and workers' compensation
Internet services and website
43,487
33,862
353,132
185,601
24,146
29,213
1,929,318
2,447,808
12,001
10,895
Leasing expenses
75,001
88,707
Legal costs
95,029
69,258
-
15,569
Loss on disposal of property, plant & equipment
36,930
32,484
Motor vehicle expenses
Meeting expenses
199,909
171,283
Payroll tax
154,569
168,658
Player development programmes
730,712
712,176
Printing, postage and stationery
203,711
215,042
Prize money and gate distribution
234,592
176,819
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notes to the financial statements
for the year ended 31 October 2014
Note
2014 $
2013 $
246,920
172,610
48,300
22,804
Note 3: Expenses (continued)
Provision for employee benefits
Provision for impairment of receivables
66,468
102,392
Referees expenses
Rates and taxes
358,159
152,485
Repairs, maintenance and venue costs
322,308
216,311
Staff training
89,751
13,049
Subscriptions
45,451
7,605
128,041
88,550
Telephone
Travelling and accommodation expenses
Total other expenses
100,839
67,304
7,487,357
7,049,383
Note 4: Cash and Cash
Cash on hand
Cash at bank
Cash on deposit
2,600
2,600
4,782,086
7,618,713
240,944
4,624,963
5,025,630
12,246,276
831,148
1,289,849
(81,418)
(134,748)
749,730
1,155,101
Note 5: Trade and Other Receivables
Current
Trade receivables
Less: provision for impairment of receivables
Other receivables
5(a)
15,000
68,995
764,730
1,224,096
134,748
120,174
48,300
22,804
(101,630)
(8230)
81,418
134,748
(a) Movement in the provision for impairment of
receivables is as follows:
Opening balance
Charge for year
Bad debts written off
Closing Balance
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Note
2014 $
2013 $
192,426
438,677
192,426
438,677
Note 6: Inventories
Current
Consumable stores - at lower of cost or net realisable value
Note 7: Financial Assets
Current
Held-to-maturity financial assets
7(a)
-
6,117,447
Held-for-trading financial assets
7(b)
-
453,349
-
6,570,796
8,496
8,053
8,496
8,053
-
6,117,447
8,496
8,053
Non-Current
Held-for-trading financial assets
7(b)
(a) Held-to-maturity financial assets comprise:
Fixed Term Deposits
(b) Held-for-trading financial assets comprise:
Listed investments, at fair value
Unlisted investments, at fair value
Total held-for-trading financial assets
-
453,349
8,496
461,402
Investments held-to-maturity and held-for-trading are held to generate income through the receipt of
distribution and capital gains.
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notes to the financial statements
for the year ended 31 October 2014
Note
2014 $
2013 $
22,500,000
22,000,000
666,243
666,243
-
-
666,243
666,243
Note 8: Property, Plant and Equipment
Land and Buildings
Freehold land and buildings - at valuation
Assets Under Construction
Assets Under Construction - at cost
Less: accumulated depreciation
Total land and buildings
Motor Vehicles
Motor vehicles - at cost
Less: accumulated depreciation
Total motor vehicles
234,987
214,642
(158,949)
(133,793)
76,038
80,849
289,585
827,546
(116,594)
(625,752)
172,991
201,794
23,415,272
22,948,886
Plant and Equipment
Plant and equipment - at cost
Less: accumulated depreciation
Total plant and equipment
Total property, plant and equipment
(a) Valuation on land and buildings
At 31 October 2014, an independent valuation was performed on the freehold land and buildings at Valentine
Sports Park. This valuation was conducted by Colliers International. The valuation was based on the fair value less
cost to sell.
The critical assumptions adopted in determining the valuation included the location of the land and buildings and
the current strong demand for land in the area.
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(a) Movement in Carrying Amounts
Movement in the carrying amounts for each class of property, plant and equipment between the beginning and the
end of the current financial year.
Freehold Land
and Buildings
Asset Under
Construction
Motor
Vehicles
Plant and
Equipment
Total $
Balance at the beginning of year
22,000,000
666,243
80,849
201,794
22,948,886
Additions - at cost
14,219,549
-
20,345
-
14,239,894
-
-
-
(3,584)
(3,584)
2014
Disposals
Depreciation
(187,398)
-
(25,156)
(25,219)
(237,773)
(13,532,151)
-
-
-
(13,532,151)
22,500,000
666,243
76,038
172,991
23,415,272
Balance at the beginning of year
17,561,098
-
118,702
309,378
17,989,178
Asset Revaluation
10,120,000
-
-
-
10,120,000
Fair Value Adjustment
Carrying amount at the end of year
2013
Additions - at cost
Disposals
Depreciation
Carrying amount at the end of year
Note 9: Other Assets
-
666,243
56,950
6,972
730,165
(5,623,679)
-
(64,253)
(72,317)
(5,760,249)
(57,419)
-
(30,550)
(42,239)
(130,208)
22,000,000
666,243
80,849
201,794
22,948,886
2014 $
2013 $
52,576
23,036
52,576
23,036
853,537
1,465,492
Current
Prepayments
Note 10: Trade and Other Payables
Current
Unsecure liabilities
Trade payables
Other payables and accrued expenses
400,392
687,748
1,253,929
2,153,240
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notes to the financial statements
for the year ended 31 October 2014
Note
2014 $
2013 $
14(a)
26,273
27,979
26,273
27,979
Note 11: Borrowings
Current
Hire purchase liabilities
Non-Current
Hire purchase liabilities
14(a)
26,999
36,230
26,999
36,230
-
-
(a) The carrying amounts of non-current assets pledged as security are:
- Freehold land and buildings
The carrying value of plant and equipment held under finance leases and hire purchase contracts
at 31 October 2014 was $53,272 (2013 $64,209). Additions during the year include $19,300 (2013 $56,555)
of motor vehicles under finance leases. Leased assets and assets under hire purchase are pledged
security for the related finance lease and hire purchase liabilities.
Employee
Benefits
Total $
579,248
579,248
Note 12: Provisions
Opening balance
Additional provisions raised during year
Amounts used
Closing balance
Analysis of total provisions
Current
Non-Current
246,920
246,920
(264,852)
(264,852)
561,316
561,316
2014 $
2013 $
491,951
497,604
69,365
81,644
561,316
579,248
(a) Provision for Long-term Employee Benefits
A provision has been recognised for employee benefits relating to long service leave.
In calculating the present value of future cash flows in respect of long service leave, the probability of long
service leave being taken is based on historical data. The measurement and recognition criteria for employee
benefits has been included in note 1(g).
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Note
2014 $
2013 $
48,130
283,094
Note 13: Other Liabilities
Current
Income received in advance
-
-
48,130
283,094
- not later than 12 months
28,730
29,310
- between 12 months and 5 years
28,671
37,420
-
-
Minimum lease payments
57,401
66,730
Less: future finance charges
(4,129)
(2,521)
53,272
64,209
Other liabilities
Note 14: Capital and Leasing Commitments
(a) Finance Lease and Hire Purchase Commitments
Payable - minimum lease payments:
- greater than 5 years
Present value of minimum lease payments
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(b) Operating Lease Commitments
Non-cancellable operating leases contracted for but not
capitalised in the financial statements.
Payable - minimum lease payments:
- not later than 12 months
34,290
83,569
- between 12 months and 5 years
-
16,690
- greater than 5 years
-
-
34,290
100,259
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notes to the financial statements
for the year ended 31 October 2014
Short-term
benefits
Long-term
benefits
Total $
51,148
-
51,148
Key Management Personnel
741,998
-
741,998
Total compensation
793,146
-
793,146
56,423
-
56,423
Note 15: Key Management Personnel Compensation
2014
Directors
2013
Directors
Key Management Personnel
777,661
-
777,661
Total compensation
834,084
-
834,084
Key management personnel are those persons having authority for planning, directing and controlling the activities
of the entity, directly or indirectly, including any director of that entity. Short-term benefits include salary & fees,
superannuation and non-cash benefits.
Note 16: Related Party Transactions
Transactions between related parties are on normal commercial terms and conditions no more favourable than those
available to other parties unless otherwise stated.
During the year a company controlled by Stephen Hayes, a director, purchased goods to the value of $259 and
supplied goods to the value of $5,494 (2013 purchased $NIL, supplied $4,411).
These transactions were on normal commercial terms.
Note 17: Financial Risk Management
The company’s financial instruments consist mainly of cash and cash equivalents, short-term investments,
trade and other receivables, trade and other payables and borrowings.
The totals for each category of financial instruments, measured in accordance with AASB 139 as detailed in
the accounting policies to these financial statements, are as follows:
Note
2014 $
2013 $
4
5,025,630
12,246,276
5
764,730
1,224,096
7(a)
-
6,117,447
Financial Assets
Cash and cash equivalents
Loans and receivables:
- trade and other receivables
Held-to-maturity financial assets:
- fixed term deposits
Held-for-trading financial assets:
- equity investments
7(b)
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8,496
461,402
5,798,855
20,049,221
Financial Assets
Financial liabilities at amortised cost:
- trade and other payables
10
1,253,929
2,153,240
- borrowings
11
53,272
64,209
1,307,201
2,217,449
Net Fair Values
Fair values of held for trading listed investments are based on quoted market prices at the end of the
reporting period.
The fair values of finance leases are determined using a discounted cash flow model incorporating current
commercial borrowing rates.
Director Declaration
The directors of the company declare that:
The financial statements and notes are in accordance with the Corporations Act 2001 and:
1. (a) comply with Australian Accounting Standards - Reduced Disclosure Requirements; and
(b) give a true and fair view of the financial position as at 31 October 2014 and of the performance for the
year ended on that date of the entity.
2. In the directors’ opinion there are reasonable grounds to believe that the entity will be able to pay its
debts as and when they become due and payable.
This declaration is made in accordance with a resolution of the Board of Directors.
Greg O’Rourke
Mark Reading
Director
Director
Dated: 11 December 2014
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Ernst & Young
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Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
GPO Box 2646 Sydney NSW 2001
Tel: +61 2 9248 5555
Fax: +61 2 9248 5959
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Independent auditor's report to the members of Football NSW Limited
Report on the financial report
We have audited the accompanying financial report of Football NSW Limited, which comprises the
statement of financial position as at 31 October 2014, the statement of comprehensive income,
statement of changes in equity and statement of cash flows for the year then ended, notes comprising a
summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory information, and the directors'
declaration.
Directors' responsibility for the financial report
The directors of the company are responsible for the preparation of the financial report that gives a true
and fair view in accordance with Australian Accounting Standards – Reduced Disclosure Requirements
and the Corporations Act 2001 and for such internal controls as the directors determine are necessary to
enable the preparation of the financial report that is free from material misstatement, whether due to
fraud or error.
Auditor's responsibility
Our responsibility is to express an opinion on the financial report based on our audit. We conducted our
audit in accordance with Australian Auditing Standards. Those standards require that we comply with
relevant ethical requirements relating to audit engagements and plan and perform the audit to obtain
reasonable assurance about whether the financial report is free from material misstatement.
An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in
the financial report. The procedures selected depend on the auditor's judgment, including the
assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the financial report, whether due to fraud or error. In
making those risk assessments, the auditor considers internal controls relevant to the entity's
preparation of the financial report that gives a true and fair view in order to design audit procedures that
are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the
effectiveness of the entity's internal controls. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of
accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made by the directors, as well
as evaluating the overall presentation of the financial report.
We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for
our audit opinion.
Independence
In conducting our audit we have complied with the independence requirements of the Corporations Act
2001. We have given to the directors of the company a written Auditor’s Independence Declaration, a
copy of which is included in the directors’ report
A member firm of Ernst & Young Global Limited
Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation
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Opinion
In our opinion the financial report of Football NSW Limited is in accordance with the Corporations Act
2001, including:
(a)
giving a true and fair view of the financial position of Football NSW Limited at 31 October
2014 and of its performance for the year ended on that date; and
(b)
complying with Australian Accounting Standards – Reduced Disclosure Requirements and the
Corporations Regulations 2001.
Ernst & Young
Daniel Cunningham
Partner
Sydney
11 December 2014
A member firm of Ernst & Young Global Limited
Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation
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men’s npl & state league
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premiers
champions
IGA NPL NSW Men’s 1 - 1st
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IGA NPL NSW Men’s 1 - 20’s
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IGA NPL NSW Men’s 1 - 18’s
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IGA NPL NSW Men’s 1 - 16’s
Sydney United 58 FC
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IGA NPL NSW Men’s 1 - 15’s
Sydney Olympic FC
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IGA NPL NSW Men’s 1 - 14’s
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Blacktown Spartans FC
IGA NPL NSW Men’s 1 - 12’s
Sutherland Sharks FC
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Northern Tigers FC
SUPA IGA NPL NSW Men’s 2 - 18’s
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SUPA IGA NPL NSW Men’s 2 - 16’s
Central Coast Mariners Academy Mt Druitt Town Rangers
SUPA IGA NPL NSW Men’s 2 - 15’s
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Mounties Wanderers FC
SUPA IGA NPL NSW Men’s 2 - 14’s
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SUPA IGA NPL NSW Men’s 2 - 13’s
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SUPA IGA NPL NSW Men’s 2 - 12’s
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Northern Tigers FC
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Hakoah Sydney City East FC
Hakoah Sydney City East FC
Men’s State League 1 - 20’s
Northbridge FC
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Men’s State League 1 - 18’s
Western NSW Mariners FC
Hawkesbury City SC
Men’s State League 1 - 16’s
Nepean FC
Western NSW Mariners FC
Men’s State League 2 - 1st
Hurstville FC
Rydalemere Lions FC
Men’s State League 2 - 20’s
Rydalemere Lions FC
Prostpect United FC
Regional League - U12
White: Riverina Rhinos
Blue: Sutherland Shire FA
Sutherland Shire FA
Regional League - U13
White: Riverina Rhinos
Blue: Sutherland Shire FA
Riverina Rhinos
Regional League - U14
White: Riverina Rhinos
Blue: Sutherland Shire FA
Riverina Rhinos
Regional League - U15
White: Granville Rage FC
Blue: Football South Coast
Granville Rage FC
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women’s npl & state league
competition
premiers
champions
NPL NSW Women’s 1 - 1st
Macarthur Rams Womens FC
FNSW Institute
NPL NSW Women’s 1 - Res
Manly United FC
Manly United FC
NPL NSW Women’s 1 - 17’s
Blacktown Spartans FC
Illawarra Stingrays
NPL NSW Women’s 1 - 15’s
Blacktown Spartans FC
Macarthur Rams Women’s FC
NPL NSW Women’s 1 - 13’s
FNSW Institute
FNSW Institute
NPL NSW Women’s 2 - 1st
Central Coast Mariners Academy Central Coast Mariners Academy
NPL NSW Women’s 2 - Res
Inter Lions SC
Inter Lions SC
NPL NSW Women’s 2 - 17’s
Northern Tigers FC
Northern Tigers FC
NPL NSW Women’s 2 - 15’s
Northern Tigers FC
Northern Tigers FC
NPL NSW Women’s 2 - 13’s
Sutherland Shire FA
Sutherland Shire FA
Women’s State League - 1st
Nepean FC
Nepean FC
Women’s State League - Res
Nepean FC
Nepean FC
Women’s State League - 17’s
Nepean FC
Bankstown City FC
Women’s State League - 15’s
Bankstown City FC
Bankstown City FC
Women’s State League - 13’s
Gladesville Ravens SC
Gladesville Ravens SC
awards &
results
football nsw competition winners
40
football nsw cup winners
cups & tournaments
competition
champions
runners up
Waratah Cup
Blacktown City FC
Manly United FC
Mitchell Shield
Marayong Sports SC
Hurlstone Park Wanderers
Proctor Park Challenge - 16’s
Macarthur Rams Women’s FC
Southern Branch
Proctor Park Challenge - 14’s
WNSW Mariners FC
Capital Football
Proctor Park Challenge - 12’s
Capital Football
Woden Valley
Cheryl Salisbury Cup
Northbridge FC
Pagewood Botany
FNSW State Titles - 12 Boys
Metro East
FNSW State Titles - 13 Boys
Metro East
FNSW State Titles - 14 Boys
Metro Far South
FNSW State Titles - 15 Boys
Metro North
FNSW State Titles - 12 Girls
Metro Far South
FNSW State Titles - 14 Girls
Metro Far North
FNSW State Titles - 16 Girls
City North
FNSW Country Championships - 12 Boys
Country Riverina
FNSW Country Championships - 13 Boys
Country Western
FNSW Country Championships - 14 Boys
Country Riverina
FNSW Country Championships - 15 Boys
Country Western
FNSW Country Championships - 12 Girls
Country Western
FNSW Country Championships - 14 Girls
Country Southern
FNSW Country Championships - 16 Girls
Country Southern
FNSW Country Cup - 12 Boys
Riverina Branch
FNSW Country Cup - 13 Boys
Riverina Branch
FNSW Country Cup - 14 Boys
Riverina Branch
FNSW Country Cup - 15 Boys
Western NSW
FNSW Country Cup - 13 Girls
Western NSW
FNSW Country Cup - 15 Girls
Western NSW
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competition
champions
National Youth Championships (U13) Boys
NSW Metro
National Youth Championships (U14) Boys
South Australia
National Training Centre (U15) Boys
Victoria
National Youth Championships (U13) Girls
NSW Metro
National Youth Championships (U15) Girls
NSW Country
National Youth Championships (U17) Girls
South Australia
futsal
2013/2014
competition
premiers
champions
hummel F-League - Men’s
Dural Warriors
Dural Warriors
hummel F-League - Women’s
Sydney Scorpions
Sydney Scorpions
Futsal Premier League - Open Men
Dural Warriors
Dural Warriors
Futsal Premier League - Open Women
Campbelltown Quake
Campbelltown Quake
Futsal Premier League - Youth Men
Dural Warriors
Dural Warriors
Futsal Premier League - 16 Boys
Campbelltown Quake
Mascot Vipers
Futsal Premier League - 16 Girls
Mascot Vipers
Mascot Vipers
Futsal Premier League - 14 Boys
Mascot Vipers
Mascot Vipers
Futsal Premier League - 14 Girls
Mountain Majik
Mountain Majik
Futsal Premier League - 12 Boys
Campbelltown Quake
Mountain Majik
Futsal Premier League - 12 Girls
Inner West Magic
Inner West Magic
Futsal State League - Open Men
Raiders Futsal Club
UTS Northside Futsal Club
Futsal State League - Open Women
UTS Northside Futsal Club
UTS Northside Futsal Club
Futsal State League - Youth Men
Sydney City Eagles
Sydney City Eagles
Futsal State League - 16 Boys
South Coast Taipans
South Coast Taipans
Futsal State League - 16 Girls
UTS Northside Futsal Club
UTS Northside Futsal Club
Futsal State League - 14 Boys
South Coast Taipans
Botany Bay Pirates
Futsal State League - 14 Girls
Raiders Futsal Club
South Coast Taipans
Futsal State League - 12 Boys
Sydney City Eagles
Sydney City Eagles
Futsal State League - 12 Girls
South Coast Taipans
South Coast Taipans
AWD Futsal League - Division 1
N/A
South Coast Taipans
AWD Futsal League - Division 2
N/A
Mountain Majik
awards &
results
national youth and futsal
42
grassroots competition winners
competition
champions
runner up
Bill Cullinan Cup (AA)
Menai Hawks FC (Sutherland)
Revesby Rovers SFC (Bankstown)
Robertson Cup (U21)
AC United FC (Southern Districts)
Fairfield Pats (Southern Districts)
State Cup (O35)
Como West Jannali JSC (Sutherland)
St Marys Band Club FC (Nepean)
State Cup (U18)
Glenhaven FC (Gladesville Hornsby)
Brookvale FC (Manly Warringah)
State Cup (U17)
Bosco FC (Sutherland)
Castle Hill United (Granville)
State Cup (U16)
WPH Cherrybrook FC (Gladesville Hornsby)
Wakehurst FC 1 (Manly Warringah)
State Cup (U15)
AC United FC (Southern Districts)
St Augustines College SC (Manly Warringah)
State Cup (U14)
Wollongong Olympic JFC (Football South Coast) North Epping Rangers SC (Gladesville Hornsby)
State Cup (U13)
Woonona Sharks FC (Football South Coast)
Lake Heights JFC (Football South Coast)
Frank Broughton Cup (U12)
Connells Point Rovers FC (St George)
Ryde Saints United FC (Gladesville Hornsby)
State Cup (WAA)
Albion Park Women FC (Football South Coast)
Brookvale FC (Manly Warringah)
State Cup (WU18)
Cronulla Seagulls FC (Sutherland)
Wakehurst FC (Manly Warringah)
State Cup (WU16)
Shellharbour JFC (Football South Coast)
Barden Ridgebacks FC (Sutherland)
State Cup (WU14)
Colo SFC (Nepean)
Shellharbour JFC (Football South Coast)
Cheryl Salisbury Cup (WU12) Northbridge FC 1 (Northern Suburbs)
Pagewood Botany FC (Eastern Suburbs)
Champion of Champions
(AA)
Dunbar Rovers FC (Eastern Suburbs)
Kenthurst & District FC (Gladesville Hornsby)
(O45)
Inter Lions SC (Canterbury)
Lilli Pilli FC (Sutherland)
(O35)
Wakehurst FC (Manly Warringah)
Sydney Juniors FC (Southern District)
(U21)
Castle Hill Utd FC (Granville)
Glenmore Park FC (Nepean)
(U18)
Glenhaven FC (Gladesville Hornsby)
West Griffith Soccer Club (Griffith)
(U17)
Connells Point Rovers FC (St George)
Normanhurst Eagles FC (Gladesville Horsnby)
(U16)
WPH Cherrybrook FC (Gladesville Hornsby)
Pagewood Botany FC (Eastern Suburbs)
(U15)
Plumpton Oakhurst SC (Blacktown)
St Mary's Eagle Vale SC (Macarthur)
(U14)
Wollongong Olympic JFC (Football South Coast) North Epping Rangers SC (Gladesville Hornsby)
(U13)
Bankstown Sports Strikers FC (Bankstown)
Auburn District FC (Granville)
(U12)
Connells Point Rovers FC (St George)
Balmain DFC (Canterbury)
(WAA)
Como West Jannali JSC (Sutherland)
Budgewoi FC (Central Coast)
(O30)
Loftus Yarrawarrah Rovers FC (Sutherland)
Harbord Seasiders United FC (Manly Warringah)
(WU21)
Doonside Hawks SC (Blacktown)
Macabi Hakoah Junior FC (Eastern Suburbs)
(WU18)
Wakehurst FC (Manly Warringah)
Miranda Magpies FC (Sutherland)
(WU16)
Avalon SC (Manly Warringah)
Lindfield FC (Northern Suburbs)
(WU14)
Brookvale FC (Manly Warringah)
South West Slopes
(WU12)
Northbridge FC (Northern Suburbs)
AC United FC (Southern Districts)
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results
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44
registered player comparison
2013 vs 2014
2013
2014
% change
Sutherland Shire Football Association Inc.
16987
17463
2.80%
Northern Suburbs Football Association Inc.
(Formerly Ku-Ring-Gai & District Football Association Inc.)
15112
15835
4.78%
Manly Warringah Football Assocaition Inc.
15061
15755
4.61%
Granville & District Soccer Football Association Inc.
13194
14428
9.35%
Canterbury & District Soccer Football Association Inc.
13104
13659
4.24%
Gladesville-Hornsby Football Association Inc.
13135
13492
2.72%
Central Coast Football
12554
12969
3.31%
Nepean Football Association Inc.
11284
11784
4.43%
Football South Coast
10463
11181
6.86%
Blacktown & District Soccer Football Association Inc.
8773
9151
4.31%
Macarthur District Soccer Football Association Inc.
8500
8813
3.68%
Southern Districts Soccer Football Association Inc.
8326
8592
3.19%
St George Soccer Football Inc.
8399
8572
2.06%
State League Clubs
8587
9194
7.07%
Bankstown District Amateur Football Association Inc.
5583
6423
15.05%
Eastern Suburbs Football Association Inc.
6381
6042
-5.31%
Shoalhaven District Football Association Inc.
2952
3099
4.98%
North West Sydney Women's Football Inc.
2556
2787
9.04%
Bathurst & District Soccer Football Association Inc.
2293
2410
5.10%
Dubbo & District Football Association Inc.
1868
2232
19.49%
Orange & District Football Association Soccer Inc.
1745
2172
24.47%
Lachlan Amateur Soccer Association Inc.
2061
2040
-1.02%
Football Wagga Wagga
1864
2015
8.10%
Griffith & District Soccer Association Inc.
1822
1764
-3.18%
Highlands Soccer Association Inc.
1673
1741
4.06%
Albury Wodonga Football Association
1343
1390
3.50%
Eurobodalla Football Association Inc.
902
971
7.65%
Far South Coast Football Association Inc.
880
940
6.82%
Southern Tablelands Football Association Inc.
860
891
3.60%
Lithgow & District Soccer Association
752
787
4.65%
Western Plains Soccer Association
546
646
18.32%
South West Slopes Soccer Association
584
580
-0.68%
Sydney Amateur League
288
509
76.74%
Australian Chinese Soccer Association
300
307
2.33%
200732
210634
4.93%
Total
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2013 vs 2014
2013
2014
% change
6
17860
18025
0.92%
7
13700
14546
6.18%
8
13244
14122
6.63%
9
12238
13189
7.77%
10
11931
12484
4.63%
11
10968
12210
11.32%
12
10815
11532
6.63%
13
9598
10231
6.60%
14
9432
9748
3.35%
15
8707
9199
5.65%
16
7332
7796
6.33%
17
5777
5851
1.28%
18
4658
5040
8.20%
19
3994
4403
10.24%
21
All Age/Over 35
Total
3463
3957
14.27%
57015
58301
1.72%
200732
210634
4.93%
junior vs seniors comparison
2013 vs 2014
2013
2014
Difference
% change
102332
107828
5496
5.37%
Female Junior (6-17yrs)
29270
31105
1835
6.27%
Male Senior (18yrs+)
54998
57006
2008
3.65%
Female Senior (18yrs+)
14132
14695
563
3.98%
200732
210634
9902
4.93%
Male Junior (6-17yrs)
Total
registration
numbers
age comparison
46
female player comparison
2013 vs 2014
2013
2014
% change
Sutherland Shire Football Association Inc.
4995
5222
4.54%
Manly Warringah Football Assocaition Inc.
3888
3978
2.31%
Northern Suburbs Football Association Inc.
(Formerly Ku-Ring-Gai & District Football Association Inc.)
3207
3405
6.17%
Canterbury & District Soccer Football Association Inc.
2805
3165
12.83%
North West Sydney Women's Football Inc.
2556
2787
9.04%
Central Coast Football
2512
2695
7.29%
Football South Coast
2561
2689
5.00%
Nepean Football Association Inc.
2292
2430
6.02%
Granville & District Soccer Football Association Inc.
2155
2341
8.63%
State League Clubs
2040
1964
-3.73%
Macarthur District Soccer Football Association Inc.
1553
1674
7.79%
Blacktown & District Soccer Football Association Inc.
1526
1553
1.77%
St George Soccer Football Inc.
1429
1476
3.29%
Eastern Suburbs Football Association Inc.
1488
1371
-7.86%
Southern Districts Soccer Football Association Inc.
1024
1084
5.86%
Bankstown District Amateur Football Association Inc.
934
1059
13.38%
Shoalhaven District Football Association Inc.
874
928
6.18%
Bathurst & District Soccer Football Association Inc.
702
746
6.27%
Lachlan Amateur Soccer Association Inc.
759
712
-6.19%
Dubbo & District Football Association Inc.
399
564
41.35%
Gladesville-Hornsby Football Association Inc.
533
527
-1.13%
Albury Wodonga Football Association
380
436
14.74%
Football Wagga Wagga
403
435
7.94%
Highlands Soccer Association Inc.
373
420
12.60%
Griffith & District Soccer Association Inc.
396
393
-0.76%
Orange & District Football Association Soccer Inc.
265
321
21.13%
Far South Coast Football Association Inc.
303
316
4.29%
Eurobodalla Football Association Inc.
290
315
8.62%
Lithgow & District Soccer Association
204
223
9.31%
Western Plains Soccer Association
168
203
20.83%
South West Slopes Soccer Association
206
199
-3.40%
Southern Tablelands Football Association Inc.
182
169
-7.14%
-
-
-
43402
45800
5.53%
Sydney Amateur League
Total
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2013
2014
% change
Gladesville-Hornsby Football Association Inc.
12602
12965
2.88%
Northern Suburbs Football Association Inc.
(Formerly Ku-Ring-Gai & District Football Association Inc.)
11905
12430
4.41%
Sutherland Shire Football Association Inc.
11992
12241
2.08%
Granville & District Soccer Football Association Inc.
11039
12087
9.49%
Manly Warringah Football Assocaition Inc.
11173
11777
5.41%
Canterbury & District Soccer Football Association Inc.
10299
10494
1.89%
Central Coast Football
10042
10274
2.31%
Nepean Football Association Inc.
8992
9354
4.03%
Football South Coast
7902
8492
7.47%
Blacktown & District Soccer Football Association Inc.
7247
7598
4.84%
Southern Districts Soccer Football Association Inc.
7302
7508
2.82%
State League Clubs
6547
7230
10.43%
Macarthur District Soccer Football Association Inc.
6947
7139
2.76%
St George Soccer Football Inc.
6970
7096
1.81%
Bankstown District Amateur Football Association Inc.
4649
5364
15.38%
Eastern Suburbs Football Association Inc.
4893
4671
-4.54%
Shoalhaven District Football Association Inc.
2078
2171
4.48%
Orange & District Football Association Soccer Inc.
1480
1851
25.07%
Dubbo & District Football Association Inc.
1469
1668
13.55%
Bathurst & District Soccer Football Association Inc.
1591
1664
4.59%
Football Wagga Wagga
1461
1580
8.15%
Griffith & District Soccer Association Inc.
1426
1371
-3.86%
Lachlan Amateur Soccer Association Inc.
1302
1328
2.00%
Highlands Soccer Association Inc.
1300
1321
1.62%
Albury Wodonga Football Association
963
954
-0.93%
Southern Tablelands Football Association Inc.
678
722
6.49%
Eurobodalla Football Association Inc.
612
656
7.19%
Far South Coast Football Association Inc.
577
624
8.15%
Lithgow & District Soccer Association
548
564
2.92%
Sydney Amateur League
288
509
76.74%
Western Plains Soccer Association
378
443
17.20%
South West Slopes Soccer Association
378
381
0.79%
Australian Chinese Soccer Association
300
307
2.33%
-
-
-
157330
164834
4.77%
North West Sydney Women's Football Inc.
Total
registration
numbers
male player comparison
48
number of clubs comparison
2013 vs 2014
2013
2014
% change
State League Clubs
59
58
-2%
Football South Coast
52
51
-2%
Southern Disctircts Soccer Football Association Inc.
35
35
0%
Gladesville-Hornsby Football Association Inc.
34
34
0%
Northern Suburbs Football Association Inc. (Formerly Ku-Ring-Gai & District Football Association Inc.)34
34
0%
Nepean Football Association Inc.
31
32
3%
Granville & District Soccer Football Association Inc.
34
31
-9%
North West Sydney Women’s Football Inc.
24
27
13%
Eastern Suburbs Football Association Inc.
25
26
4%
Sutherland Shire Football Association Inc.
26
26
0%
Macarthur District Soccer Football Association Inc.
24
25
4%
St George Soccer Football Inc.
24
24
0%
Sydney Amateur League
9
24
167%
Bathurst & District Soccer Football Association Inc.
21
23
10%
Central Coast Football
23
23
0%
Blacktown & District Soccer Football Association Inc.
22
22
0%
Canterbury & District Soccer Football Association Inc.
23
22
-4%
Bankstown Disctrict Amateur Football Association Inc.
21
21
0%
Manly Warringah Football Assocaition Inc.
18
18
0%
Australian Chinese Soccer Association
17
17
0%
Orange & District Football Association Soccer Inc.
18
17
-6%
Dubbo & District Football Association Inc.
16
16
0%
Lachlan Amateur Soccer Association Inc.
14
13
-7%
Shoalhaven District Football Association Inc.
13
13
0%
Highlands Soccer Association Inc.
10
11
10%
Football Wagga Wagga 9
Griffith & District Soccer Association Inc.
9
9
0%
Far South Coast Football Association Inc.
8
8
0%
Southern Tablelands Football Association Inc.
7
8
14%
Eurobodalla Football Association Inc.
7
7
0%
Western Plains Soccer Association
7
7
0%
Albury Wodonga Football Association
6
6
0%
Lithgow & District Soccer Association
5
5
0%
South West Slopes Soccer Association
5
5
Total
690
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708
0%
3%
49
2013 vs 2014
2013
2014
% change
Dural Sports & Recreation
956
1790
87.24%
Just Futsal
624
758
21.47%
Epping YMCA
431
732
69.84%
Hawkesbury YMCA
439
626
42.60%
Indoor 5's
587
569
-3.07%
Marrickville PCYC
456
496
8.77%
Menai Futsal
627
470
-25.04%
Riverstone Sports
348
387
11.21%
Inner West Futsal (Formerly Inner City Fut5al)
366
318
-13.11%
Ashfield Futsal
568
314
-44.72%
Ryde YMCA
287
285
-0.70%
Lower Mountains Futsal*
-
268
-
International Football School Futsal
-
167
-
Wagga Futsal
-
164
-
Eastern Suburbs Futsal Club
-
162
-
232
144
-37.93%
-
140
-
Boomerangs F.S
125
128
2.40%
Sutherland Shire Futsal
147
111
-24.49%
Phoenix Futsal
110
109
-0.91%
Dural Warriors
111
108
-2.70%
Inner West Magic (Previously Inner West Allstars)
141
104
-26.24%
Maccabi Junior Futsal
UTS Northside Futsal Club
Parramatta Pumas Futsal Club
-
104
-
98
100
2.04%
Campbelltown City Quake
101
97
-3.96%
Enfield Rovers
102
97
-4.90%
Mascot Vipers
98
95
-3.06%
Sydney City Eagles
94
93
-1.06%
West City Crusaders FC
98
93
-5.10%
320
91
-71.56%
-
91
-
84
89
5.95%
106
86
-18.87%
86
85
-1.16%
Sydney Futsal Club (Formerly Sydney Benefica)
Mountain Majik*
Sport4All Futsal
Eastern Suburbs Hakoah Futsal (Formerly Maccabi)
Raiders Futsal Club
Greater Western Sydney Vikings
*Lower Mountains Futsal Club numbers previously declared with Mountain Majik Numbers.
registration
numbers
futsal registered player comparison
50
futsal registered players comparison (continued)
2013
2014
% change
South Coast Taipans
88
84
-4.55%
Botany Bay Pirates
93
83
-10.75%
Riverwood YMCA
-
76
-
Vic Vipers (F-League)
-
47
-
68
46
-32.35%
-
44
-
177
43
-75.71%
South Brisbane Futsal Club (F-League)
-
38
-
Capital FC (F-League)
-
33
-
65
28
-56.92%
East Coast Heat
-
25
-
St Albans Strikers (F-League)
-
23
-
77
0
-100.00%
Maroubra Futsal
229
0
-100.00%
Northern Tigers
101
0
-100.00%
Orange PCYC
18
0
-100.00%
Wallerawang Indoor Sports Centre
63
0
-100.00%
8721
10041
15.14%
North Ryde Futsal Club
Sydney Scorpions Futsal Club
Hornsby PCYC
Mudgee PCYC
Hills Brumbies
Total
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