NFC has been fostering football in the Narrabeen and Warriewood areas for over 50 years. Come and join us!
Please check back often for updates on matches, programs and events.
Joshua Lawson has been selected to play in the MWFA PL Select Squad. Come along and support the team!
MWFA vs Northern Suburbs Football Association Wednesday February 15 @ Cromer Park kick-off 7pm
MWFA vs Manly United FC Wednesday February 22 @ Cromer Park kick-off 7pm
Narrabeen FC Academy offers regular term training sessions as well as school holidays camps. The Academy is open to all players and designed to provide the best possible guidance to reach your goals. Please visit the Narrabeen FC Academy website for more information on how to register.
Beenies win the men's Premier League Champion of Champion's Final!
After an amazing final with the lead changing hands several times, a missed pen, a sending off, the Beenies triumphed with a golden goal in extra time to take out the title 5-4. West Pymble played very well with a man down for most of the match, but when they needed to, the Beenies found the magic and the back of the net.
Congratualtions to all the team and support staff What a season it has been.
Narrabeen FC is aiming to provide a football coaching experience for the boys and girls of the Northern Beaches second to none.
In order to achieve this it is vital all NFC coaches of teams from U6s up to U17s have the appropriate FFA community coaching qualifications.
The football coaching courses established by the FFA are extremely accessible, incredibly informative, free to all MWFA registered coaches and COMPULSORY for any person wishing to coach junior and youth football at NFC.
Further info including details of the coaching courses here...
NARRABEEN celebrated accordingly on Saturday night after they were crowned champions of the MWFA Premier League for the first time in their 50-year club history.
It followed a 4-2 triumph against Wakehurst, with Daniel Ott (2), Jakub Sklenar and Adam Foti on the score sheet at Narrabeen Sports High.
The three points ensured the “Beenies” can’t be caught by Pittwater RSL FC with two rounds remaining.
Skipper Mark Femia, who has been with the club five winters, is still coming to terms with the achievement.
“It has been an amazing journey, we had big plans, so to execute them with a great bunch of lads is such a great feeling,’’ he said.
“We have been building every year, and I said in pre-season I felt we had the squad to win the league.
“We can’t wait to play in the NSW Champion of Champions later on, but now our focus is doing the double.”