21 April 2017
The Shoosh for Kids campaign is aimed at promoting positive sideline behaviour at junior sports events. The general rule is, if you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all.read more
The purpose of the campaign is to support grass root sport to provide positive environment for their members, whilst assisting to address issues which arise from poor sideline behaviour including:
13 April 2017
The State, Robertson and Bill Cullinan Cups knockout tournaments are conducted by Football NSW for Association based A grade club teams & Country Association representative or club teams.read more
GUFC will be represented by the following teams - W16A/1, W16A/2, W21A/1 (ALW competition), U14A, U15A, U18A/1, U18A/2 (u17 competition), 21A, AL1 & 35A
Phone in your order on 9524 5474 or drop by the shop at 130 Wyralla Rd Miranda & mention GUFC!read more
GUFC u9's at Sutherland Sharks FC Game
Last Saturday night two Gymea sides, 9B/1's and W9B/1, provided half time entertainment with two Lilli Pilli teams at the Sutherland Sharks match at Seymour Shaw.
Thank you to the coaches & parents for taking the kids to the game and thanks to Lilli Pilli's Greg Storey for the photos :-) From all reports they had a great time!
Teams on ground control duty are ...
Saturday, 22 April, Round 3 &
Sunday, 23 April, Round 3:
Gymea Bay Oval
Saturday - 6A3, 6B2, 8E, 7G1, 14A, 15B
Sunday - WSA, 35D
Saturday - 12E, 18C1
Sunday - W18B, AL08
Saturday - 10D, W10B, W11B, W11C
Saturday, 29 April, Round 4 &
Sunday, 30 April, Round 4:
Gymea Bay Oval
Saturday - 6A4, 7A1, 7B2, 9F1, W12B, 21E2
Sunday - W30B, AL3
Saturday - 13D, 21C
Sunday - W18C, AL07
Saturday - 10C, 10E, W10C, 11B
29/30 - Round 4
30 - Heartbeat of Football – Free Health Check, Kareela, 10am-2pm
6 - Round 5
7 - Rd 6 + Rd 1 State Cup
13/14 - Round 6
20/21 - Round 7 + "Shoosh for Kids" + Rd 2, State Cup
26 - Last Day to Register to Play in 2017
GUFC History - 1963
"The end of season Gala Days on the oval were enjoyed by all the families.
This was in the era before female soccer so the Mothers versus Fathers game was always a highlight.
One year Laurie Dean dressed as a woman including balloons for a pregnancy.
After running out onto the field with the mothers’ team to much laughter he ‘collapsed’ on the ground and was ‘rescued’ by some fathers who threw him into a wheelbarrow and wheeled him off the field.
A great joke enjoyed by everyone"
(excerpt from "Memories - Harry Basterfield, Life Member")
See 'GUFC History' Tab (above right) on the website for more photos and memoriesread more