Welcome to Season 2021/22
Given the rapidly changing rules regarding COVID restrictions we aren’t sure what the futsal season will look like. We had planned a twelve round season plus grand finals but won’t be able to confirm it until September at the earliest. So, at this stage we are seeking team nominations, which can
The draws for our 2020/21 season have been published and are available here.
Please note that draws are subject to change, so be sure to double check your match times in the days leading up to your games. NCF will endeavour to contact teams directly if changes are made to your competition's draw within 24 hours of
If you have nominated a team and been accepted into a competition, please advise your players to register using this link. If you have any problems registering, please email Tom at email@example.com.
Please do not register as an individual player. If you don’t have a team to register with, please contact the NCF Secretary, Karen Mann for information
Team nominations for our 2020/21 season are now open! Due to COVID-19 considerations, our season will look different to previous seasons. For full details on these changes and for details about team nominations please refer to our Team Nomination form and our Registration Information document which can be found on our Documents
Due to both extreme heat and the State of Emergency Declaration in the ACT, all NCF futsal games have been cancelled this weekend 02/02/2020. The Netball Centre has been closed for the weekend and the ACT Government is advising all sporting organisations to cancel any non-essential events. All games for this round will be
Due to the extreme heat and likely smoke haze, Friday night futsal has been cancelled. As per the NCF hot weather policy, teams will be given the option to cancel or defer their game. Both teams must agree to a rescheduled game otherwise the game will be cancelled and recorded as a 3-3 draw.
Welcome back for the last part of the 2019/20 season. We know lots of NCF families have been affected by the fires and then the Canberra hail storm so we hope you are all doing OK.
Unfortunately the forecast for extreme heat (42C) and smoke haze means that Friday night games are very likely to