1st's Fraser Park FC 1-1 Bankstown City FC
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KIKOFF Fraser Park runs 5-a-side leagues Monday to Sunday at the brand new 5th generation centre.
• Qualified referees
• 40 minute matches
• State of the art turf, outdoor flood lit venue
• $1000's of prizes to be won
• $80 donated to your 11-a-side club when you sign up
• Mens, womens , boys and girls leagues for all ages
• Just 80 per game
If you're interested in signing up just click here to go to the signup page
Next Match - TBA- 2017
Last Week's Result:
Fraser Park FC 1-1 Bankstown City FC
Date: Friday, 23rd September 2016 Time: Start 7pm Cost: Adult $45 | Kids under 12 - $30 Food: BUFFET DINNER Drinks/Coffee/Tea purcha..
Come along and join with your team mates, friends and family to celebrate the end of the 2016 football season. Date: Sunday 1..
Fraser Park Football club is run by a dedicated team of volunteers. As the club has grown the workload falling upon these volunteers has increased, and now more than ever the Club could do with a helping hand.
The Club now fields teams in Seniors NPL 2 Competition, the National Youth League, Skills Acquisition Program and over 400 registered players in the Canterbury District Football Competition.
If you are in a position to assist in any way we would love to hear from you.
Please contact Victor Lopes on 0414 974 797 or Raff Del Vecchio on 0400 459 120
Fraser Park travelled to Valentine Sports Centre in Glenfield last night to take on the Northern Tigers in the penultimate round of the NSW PL2 men’s competition. The battle for survival in the Club Championship is tight and results in all grades has been of utmost importance. Fraser Park welcomed back David Tallone who had been overseas for the last 8 weeks and with Branko Culina overseeing his charges, they knew it was a must win game. Jason Eager’s team was coming off a 2-0 away loss to Bankstown Berries and with their grip on a finals position becoming shaky, had to come out firing or face the possibility of dropping out of the top 6. Read More
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