Wet Weather - What to do
Wet Weather - What to do read more
Sizing Times for Service Jackets
Sizing Times for Service Jackets read more
Nominations for 2018 GUFC Committee
Nominations for 2018 GUFC Committee read more
Arrangements for the Remainder of the Season
Arrangements for the Remainder of the Season read more
2017 Ladies Day at Harrie Denning Centre
2017 Ladies Day at Harrie Denning Centre read more
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  • u9's @ Sydney FC v Wanderers

    u9's @ Sydney FC v Wanderers

    22 October 2017

    GUFC's u9's took to the pitch last night at half time of the Sydney FC v Western Sydney Wanderers FC local derby. The boys had a fabulous time, got to experience the amazing atmosphere playing under lights at Allianz Stadium with a HUGE crowd cheering them on. They also made their tv debut appearance on Fox Sports!

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  • Champion of Champions Tournament

    Champion of Champions Tournament

    08 October 2017

    Semi Final – 15 October 2017:
    18A/1 v Abbotsford JFC, 10.15am
    Unfortunately knocked out of the competition after scores tied 2-2 at the end of extra time & 11-12 in penalty shoot out decider

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  • Coaching Courses at Bates Drive

    Coaching Courses at Bates Drive

    07 October 2017

    With season 2017 over, now is a great time to prepare for the next season and gain formal coaching accreditation and experience via the FFA Community Coaching Pathway.
    SSFA are offering the Skills Training and Game Training Coaching Certificate Courses which are aimed at coaches of 9-13 year olds and 13-17 year olds respectively.

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Wanted


2018 Committee Persons

Next season we have a number of positions vacant on the committee including Honorary Secretary, Jnr Registrar, Social Secretary & General Committee.

GUFC is entirely voluntary run - we need more support from members to effectively run the club. We need NEW PEOPLE, with NEW IDEAS & ENTHUSIASM ... if you are interested in helping out please email secretary@gufc.com.au

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Champion of Champions

Champion of Champions

The Champion of Champions tournament is one of the most prestigious tournaments in the footballing calendar, with champions from each association pitted against each other in a battle for supremacy.

Congratulations to GUFC's 18A/1 & W21A/1 for qualifying for this year's Football NSW Champion of Champions competition. 

Semi Final – 15 October 2017

GUFC's 18A/1 v Abbotsford JFC, 10.15am
Unfortunately lost 11-12 in penalty shoot out
2-2 at the end of extra time read more
2017 Calendar

2017 Calendar

October
15 - Semi, Champion of Champions
22 - Final, Champion of Champions

November
20 - Annual General Meeting

December

11 - Annual General Meeting, 7.30pm, GBO Hall

January
2 - 2018 Registrations open ;-)

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GUFC History - 1960

GUFC History - 1960

* Founding meeting held 12th February in Gymea Bay Public School Hall, attended by 21 individuals.
* Cyril O'Neill appointed Foundation President.
* Originally called Gymea Sports Club and affiliated with Sutherland Association. 7 teams registered.
* Fees: - joining fee 2/- playing fee 1/- per week per child
   - Family support fee of 5/-
* Uniform was a white t-shirt with green V and stripe sewn on by the committee. Purchased shorts & sox.
* Season commenced 2nd April.  Three Englishmen (Banks, Bowles & Hewles) coached the teams.
Photo of the first committee is pictured (photo courtesy of Yvonne Brennan, Ken Williams' daughter) Back: ? ? ? Ron Rich ? Alex Schmierer Front: Roy Anderson, Cyril O'Neil, Ken Williams, Stan Ellis, Steve Townsend

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GUFC History - 1990

GUFC History - 1990

"International Soccer at Gymea"
International soccer returned to Gymea Oval on Friday 27th July 1990 when the touring U.S.A. Eagles Under 14 team was taken on by a combined Under 14 Gymea team.
The match played on a heavy ground after torrential rain stopped one hour before the match was due to start and the despair of the two teams of boys was lifted after a fear that the match would be washed out.
With the score at 3 all five minutes before time it seemed a fair result but Gymea had other ideas and scored the winning goal only moments before the final whistle.
After the match the Club in conjunction with the Under 14 parents put on a barbeque for all who attended before the visitors were billeted out for the night.
Apparently Gymea was the only Club to offer billets to the visitors who came from Hollywood area in California and made a three week tour of Australian Eastern States.
Wanda Surf Life Saving Club organised to open their doors to the boys from both teams on the Saturday and put on a display of their Inflatable Rubber Boats and how they are used in surf rescues.
We trust the Eagles will remember their visit to Gymea and the Sutherland Shire!