2019 information below

All information below is based on best available at time of writing. Any or all info is subject to change.

Leichhardt Saints cater to players aged from 4 to 100.  We have mixed gender, girls, boys, women and men’s teams.

Under 6 and Under 7

  • Small Sided Football – will play 4 a side on a 30m x 20m field. All games will be played intra-club at King George with occasional gala days against other clubs.
  • Saturday 27 April is the first game U6 kick off at 9am King George Park
  • Saturday 27 April is the first game U7 Kick off at 10am (most) King George Park
  • Training for U6 and U7 is expected to begin Tuesday 19 March

Under 8 and Under 9

  • Small Sided Football – will play 7 a side ( goalie plus 6 ) on a 40m x 30m field in a round robin format (ie. playing against different clubs at different venues each week, with no publishing of results).
  • Games are Saturday mornings on a home and away basis – our Home games are at King George Park Rozelle, away games may be played as far away as Roselands.

Under 10 and Under 11

  • Small Sided Football – will play 9 a side ( goalie plus 8 ) on a 60m x 40m field in a round robin format (i.e. playing against different clubs at different venues each week, with no publishing of results).
  • Games are Saturday mornings on a home and away basis – our Home games are at Sydney Secondary College Leichhardt, away games may be played as far away as Roselands.

Under 12 and up

  • Will play 11 a side on a full sized field in competitive home and away games, with semis and finals. PLEASE NOTE that U12s play on a Sunday, as do U13 to U21 boys, and all Girls and Women’s teams. All Age and O35’s Play Saturday afternoons. All Age Sunday play on Sundays.
  • Games are played on Sunday on a home and away basis – our Home games are at King George Park Rozelle, Sydney Secondary College Leichhardt and Balmain Rd Rozelle, away games may be played as far away as Roselands and Punchbowl.

Women & Girls

  • Play on Sundays. Usually, Girls play in the morning and Women in the afternoon.
  • Games are Sundays on a home and away basis – our Home games are at King George Park Rozelle, Sydney Secondary College Leichhardt and Balmain Rd Rozelle, away games may be played as far away as Roselands.

COMPETITION DATES – Winter 2019

It should be noted that Winter football can be scheduled for each weekend, 1 April-31 August.

Week 1: 6/7 April. Under 8 and older – first week of games.

Week 2: 13/14 April – double header for 10-team competitions (competitive – group 1)

Easter: 19 – 22 April – No Games

Week 3: 27/28 April – double header for 10-team competitions (competitive – group 2). Under 6 & U7 games start at King George Park.

Week 4: 4/5 May – double header for 12-team competitions (competitive) (State Cup: Sunday 5 May – Round 1)

Week 5: 11/12 May

Week 6: 18/19 May (State Cup: Sunday 19 May – Round 2)

Week 7: 25/26 May – Charity Round

Week 8: 1/2 June (State Cup: Sunday 2 June – Round 3)

Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend: 8/9 June – catch up games scheduled + scheduled round for 10/12-team competitions as required

Over the QB weekend the SSF (U8-11) divisions will undergo a natural review/regrade by the Association.

Week 9: 15/16 June (State Cup: Sunday 16 June – Round 4)

Week 10: 22/23 June

Following Week 10 (or 11 if so needed) the 12-team competitions (competitive) will be split for the remaining five (5) rounds.

Week 11: 29/30 June (State Cup: Sunday 30 June – Semis)

Week 12: 6/7 July

Week 13: 20/21 July (State Cup: Sunday 21 July – Finals)

Week 14: 27/28 July – final planned round for 8-team competitions

Week 15: 3/4 August – final planned round for ALL other competitions

Week 16: 10/11 August

Week 17: 17/18 August

Week 18: 24/25 August – MiniRoos Presentation Round AND Grand Finals (last ones)

Any division will commence their finals once rounds for eligible teams have concluded.

The Champion of Champions tournament will commence mid-September and run until the late October.  Strathfield FC partnered with the CDSFA to host the 2019 tournament.  The ability to play such a tournament on a synthetic surface allows games to proceed uninterrupted by weather noting this week by week scheduling and vast distances some teams will travel. 

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