North Canberra Futsal
Welcome to the North Canberra Futsal Club
The NCF Annual General Meeting is tonight (Thursday 22 September) from 7pm at the Belconnen Soccer Club Hawker.
We need help to run North Canberra Futsal. All committee positions will be vacated and we are looking for new volunteers to take on the running of the club. North Canberra Futsal is growing and needs people with energy and new ideas to help develop futsal in North Canberra. Please come along and put your hand up to help out.
Individual player registrations are now open for the NCF season 2016/17. If you are in a team that has been accepted into the North Canberra Futsal competition...read more
|Thursday 22 September 2016||NCF AGM 7pm at Belconnen Soccer Club at Hawker|
|Tuesday 11 October 2016||Coaches and Managers Meeting, 6pm, Raiders Club, Holt|
|Friday 14, Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 October 2016||Season starts (Round 1)|
|Friday 18, Saturday 19, Sunday 20 November 2016||No games (venues are not available)|
|Friday 9, Saturday 10, Sunday 11 December 2016||Last games before school holidays|
|Friday 3, Saturday 4, Sunday 5 February 2017||Games Resume (Round 9)|
|Friday 24, Saturday 25, Sunday 26 February 2017||Semi-finals/play offs for competitive age groups|
|Friday 3, Saturday 4, Sunday 5 March 2017||Grand Finals|
NCF thanks all coaches and managers who volunteer to run teams in NCF competitions.
Your dedicated support is much appreciated, especially by the players in your team, and without it we would not have a competition to run.
If you are prepared to help the club in any way please contact the Registrar.
North Canberra Futsal (NCF) is a community club based in Canberra, the National Capital of Australia. Established more than 20 years ago, the club aims to provide a safe, supervised, controlled and friendly environment for young people to enjoy futsal (also called indoor soccer) in either a competitive or social game setting. Futsal is played indoors between two teams of five players each, one of whom is the goalkeeper.
NFC provides both competitive (Divison 1), and social (Division 2), game settings.