From the SSFA General Manager:
The SSFA EC determined that all Round 4 catch up matches will be played on the following dates (subject only to Wet Weather and Plan B – as defined below)…
The GUFC canteen will be open this weekend for drinks, hot chips, lollies, pies, sausage rolls, etc. There will be no BBQ or Bar this weekend.
Fees must be paid in full before players can attend grading, training or trial games.
No player is covered by insurance until they are registered.
Pre season activity (training, trials, kick around’, etc) must be sanctioned by the SSFA prior to any such activity being permitted on Council land or even at a private facility. Without approval players, coaches, managers and club officials are not covered by the FNSW sourced Directors and Officers Insurance, Public Liability Insurance and Player Insurance.
8 – Round 6 + team photos
9 – Round 6
15/16 – Round 7
22/23 – Round 8
Please note: the 2020 season will finish after Round 13 on the weekend of Saturday 26th / Sunday 27th September with the team highest on the ladder at that time being declared the Premiers
Here is a copy of the most recent version of GUFC’s Covid 19 Safety Plan for your information, reading & understanding:
Updated COVID19 Safety Plan GUFC
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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.
Gymea Soccer Club commenced as Gymea Sports Club, which included soccer, rugby league, cricket, netball, athletics. The first meeting for the Soccer Club was held in February 1960 with the elected officers being Cyril O’Neal as President, Ken Williams as Secretary and Bill Taylor as Treasurer. Seven teams were entered with the Sutherland Association.
Once the season commenced, the Committee ran into the problem that they had to provide transport as there were not many cars amongst the parents, but we had people that were willing to run the boys from one field to another, come back, pick up another, load and distribute them around the area right throughout the day.
Excerpt from GYMEA, ‘Reflections’ booklet – opening of Harrie Denning Soccer Centre