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#PlayinPurple 2021 – Wear your Purple socks!

On one weekend of the regular season grassroots football clubs and associations Australia wide get behind the campaign and play their round in purple socks to raise awareness for pancreatic cancer. our Managers and Coaches can now order the socks for their teams which can we worn during Round 10/11 – 19/20th June 2021.

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Calendar

JUNE
5 – Round 9, Saturday teams
6 – Round 8, Sunday teams
12 – Round 10, Saturday teams
13 – Round 9, Sunday teams
14 – Monday Long Weekend, spare day
19 – PURPLE SOCK ROUND | Round 11, Saturday teams
20 – PURPLE SOCK ROUND | Round 10, Sunday teams
26 – Round 12, Saturday teams
27 – Round 11, Sunday teams

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Rebel Sport

Shop at Rebel Sport and you can earn $$$ for GUFC.

If you are purchasing new equipment for the upcoming season from Rebel Sport please don’t forget to mention Gymea United Football Club at the registers.

GUFC receives store credit of 5% for all purchases made by GUFC members who have linked Gymea United Football Club to their Rebel Active account. HUGE thank you to Rebel Sport for their continued support of our Club.

GUFC History – 1985 – Year Books

At the conclusion of each football season, from 1985 until 2008, a GIANTS Year Book was collated, printed and distributed to each Giant family by the Gymea committee.

The Year Book’s usually contained a President’s & other Committee Reports, Player Service Awards, the following season’s committee and Team Report/Photo which were often very funny and great reading.

Year Books were a fabulous way of preserving the Club’s year by year history!

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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”

Credit:  “Memories – Harry Basterfield, Life Member”