COVID - 19

This is where you will find all the information on COVID- 19.

COVID Training Guidelines Level C

The following is as of JULY 1st 2020

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For More Information Visit FOOTBALL NSW

COVID Return to Play - Level C

The following is from July 1st 2020
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For more information at FOOTBALL NSW

UPDATE : Football Federation Australia covid

July 14th 2020

A Important Letter from The CEO of NSW Football 

July 13th 2020

Guidance for Associations & Clubs re participants who attended the Crossroads Hotel at Casula between 3rd and 10th July 2020

Football NSW has contacted NSW Health today regarding reports that clubs may have players who attended the Crossroads Hotel at Casula and have trained recently or played on the weekend.


JUNE 12th 2020

The NSW Government has announced further easing of COVID-19 related restrictions in accordance with the “Level B – Return to Training” phase effective from Saturday, 13 June 2020.

Following on from the recent announcement that competitive Community Sport will resume from 1 July 2020 comes the news that the number of people allowed to gather outdoors for the purposes of training has been increased from 10 to 20 people.

This means that team squads can train together up to maximum group sizes of 20 people for outdoor, non-contact training activities.

MAY 21st 2020

Can all members please have a read of the following information.

Return To Training Resources

NO TRAINING is too commence until official notification from the club. We are waiting on Council approval still. 

We will be in touch with all coaches and managers soon.

MAY 11th 2020

Football NSW is well positioned with draft guidelines that will be revised once the Office of Sport releases a Return to Play Framework.

For more information head over to FOOTBALL NSW site

May 1st 2020

FOOTBALL NSW, its Associations and Clubs are continuing to work together to plan a re-start of community football, positioning the sport to commence after the Federal and State Government health authorities deem it safe. 

Football NSW will monitor any changes that may be made by the NSW Government in relation to the NSW Public Health (COVID-19 Restrictions on Gathering and Movement) Order 2020 which is currently preventing sport from being conducted and expires at midnight on 29 June 2020.

For More information head over to Football NSW.

April 1st 2020

Football Federation Australia (FFA) today advised that,

in light of ongoing developments since its original

announcement, including stricter measures imposed by the

Federal Government in response to COVID-19,

the temporary suspension to

sanctioned grassroots football competitions

and associated training would remain in place until at least

31 May 2020.


FFA will continue to communicate material updates in the lead up to 31 May 2020.

In order to help the grassroots football community stay active and connected throughout the temporary suspension period, FFA recently launched an online Skills Hub, developed in association with each of Australia’s nine Member Federations. To access the Skills Hub and get involved with the #PlayAtHomeChallenge, please visit  

March 2020

Football Federation Australia (FFA) today announced

 that it has postponed the final rounds of the 

Hyundai A-League 2019/20 Season. 

This postponement is effective immediately.

The decision is the latest in a series of measures introduced by FFA in response to the ongoing spread of COVID-19 and comes with the unanimous support of all Hyundai A-League clubs. FFA will review the situation over the coming weeks with a further formal status assessment now scheduled for April 22nd.


FOR Further information Head over to The FFA Site.



The MFA welcomes today's Government announcement, declaring a return to community sport for participants under the age of 18 from 1 July.

The MFA will continue to work with local clubs, local Councils, and Football NSW over the coming weeks to prepare for the return. ⚽️

The Board of the Macarthur Football Association have issued an open letter to the Football Family as we move closer towards a season start.

Please follow the link below on a Video update from MFA: 


The MFA has just been part of a Football NSW virtual meeting in regard to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, and the outcomes of this meeting are as follows:


  • 2020 State Cup is not proceeding - This decision was made in close consultation with Member Associations and allows for the focus to be on ensuring that clubs play as many matches as possible within their local competitions during 2020
  • Football activities remain suspended - at this stage FFA and Football NSW have not changed the original proposed recommencement date of 14 April 2020, however it is highly likely that in line with recent Government changes to limit the aggregation of people to 10 in outdoor spaces, that this date will be pushed out. To that end we will keep you all informed as to any changes as they are communicated to us.
  • The previously advised message in respect to refund of registrations continues to apply, that being that the season is currently deferred, not cancelled, and it is hoped that football will be able to recommence at some stage over the coming months
  • Football NSW will be forwarding a letter to each Club and each participant over the next 48 hours advising of their current position as well as communicating their sentiments to what is a difficult period for everyone wanting to get out on the field of play


We have a further meeting this Friday and will again communicate any outcomes immediately thereafter.


The MFA would like to ask you to take care of yourself, your loved ones and your community by following the advice of authorities during this remarkable period in our history.


Please stay healthy!

An update for the Football Family:

Football NSW convened a teleconference with all Associations this morning wherein the current state of play was discussed.

By way of update, we can advise:

We are working towards a return to Football activities from 14 April 2020 (although this is subject to change);

Competitions will commence on the first weekend in May should the 14 April resumption date not change. Our aim is to deliver a modified season with the time we have available to us.

Football NSW will be making further announcements shortly including an update on the State Cup.

The situation with Coronavirus is unprecedented and extremely dynamic.
Our highest priority is to minimise the risk of infection within the community and MFA will continue to heed the advice of the Federal and State Health Departments as well as our parent bodies in doing so.

A further discussion with our parent body will take place on Wednesday We will continue to provide you with updates as and when they come to hand.

The MFA will meet with Club President’s on Thursday evening to discuss the structure and deliver of a restructured season.

For now, stay healthy everyone.

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