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2018 Competition Dates
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2017 Senior Presentation
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2017 Giant & President's Award
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  • Weekend Semi Final Wrap Up

    Weekend Semi Final Wrap Up

    12 August 2018

    Great wins this weekend by the 12B, 12E, 13B, 18B, W14A, W16A/1, AL8/2 and AL10 who have gone straight to the grand final in two weeks time.
    Well done to 12C, 13D, 14A, 15A, 15C, 16A, 16C, 18A, 21A/2, W14D, W18A, WSD, WSF, WSG/1, 35D, 45D, AL6, AL9/1 and AL11 who play in next week's finals.

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  • Congratulations 2018 Minor Premiers & Semi Finalists

    Congratulations 2018 Minor Premiers & Semi Finalists

    07 August 2018

    It's that time of the year again ... final competition games were played last weekend. Well done to all teams on a great season. Now it's time for semi finals!!!
    Congratulations 2018 GUFC minor premiers: 12B, 12E, 13B, 18B, AL9/1, AL10, W14A, W16A/1, WSF

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  • MiniRoos Presentation - What a Fabulous Day!

    MiniRoos Presentation - What a Fabulous Day!

    05 August 2018

    HUGE thank you to Anja Muller who organised yesterday's MiniRoos Presentation. Also big thanks to Andrew and Robyn Johnson for arranging all the trophies and coach & manager presents. Thanks also to W16B who were on GBO afternoon ground control duty and went way above and beyond in helping committee for the afternoon. THANK YOU!

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GUFC Senior Presentation

Date: Saturday, 15th September  
Time: 7pm  
Where: The Prince Hotel, Kirrawee  
Cost: $30

Your ticket includes finger food, DJ and 2 drinks including a pop up cocktail bar

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2018 Calendar

2018 Calendar

18/19 - Finals
25/26 - Grand Finals

1/2 - Spare Days for Finals Series Only
8 - Junior Presentation (u12/w12-u18/w18)
15 - Senior Presentation

2 - 2019 Registration Opens

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GUFC's 60th Year Celebrations - 2019

GUFC's 60th Year Celebrations - 2019

As many of you know next season 2019 is GUFC's 60th year.

At a recent meeting, the Management Committee approved a really exciting draft list of events to celebrate this wonderful milestone.

The celebrations will focus on our rich history and our special place in the Gymea Community as the "Family Club". We will also look to celebrate the role volunteers play within GUFC past and present and our special place as a leader in diversity within football.

Oh yes and we hope you all will have lots of fun along the way.

More details will follow but lets all get together ... finish 2018 on a high AND make 2019 ever better!!!

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" from 1990 Yearbook
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!