Welcome to Gregory Hills FC

Gregory Hills is set to be the home for the newest team in the Macarthur District, establishing at the newly established Cunningham Park. Located in Gregory Hills Football Club is seeking to foster a community and socially orientated environment in the state's fastest growing region.

The clubs initial focus will be on the development of the small sided game, building teams of 6-10yr old's from across the region forming the heart of the club, expanding in the future with a dedicated and passionate volunteer base behind it.

News:

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Please follow the link to the latest news article featuring our club and players. 

CLICK HERE 



Video from some of our teams:

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Stars in the Making:

Video from MFA 

Message from the President:

Saturday 1.8.20

Another exciting day. Glad to see all our players enjoying themselves.
Thank You to all the Parents that helped set up and pack away.
A big thank you to the few committee members who helped out today.
Don't forget to keep sending those photos in.
Everyone stay safe this week.

Saturday 25.7.20

Love all the team photos being sent it from todays games, keep them coming. Another successful and fun weekend had by all our teams. Keep safe and look forward to seeing everyone next week at home.


Saturday 18.7.2020

Another wonderful round by all teams. Love hearing all the tremendous effort from all our players and coaches. 

Remember it is about participating in the game, having fun and good sportsmanship.


Saturday 11.7.2020

Thats a wrap for our very first home games. 

Despite the weather everyone had a great day. Thank you to those who helped today. It was good to see the kids enjoying their games. 


Thanks to Salv the general manger of MFA and member's of the MacArthur Football Association Board for attending today. A special thanks to Salv who also Refereed some of our games for us. 


Saturday 4.7.2020

I was able to attend a few of the games today. I am extremely proud of all of our players. I hope everyone had a enjoyable day. I look forward to seeing you all at our home grounds next week. The feedback I have received is that all our players represented the club in exemplary manner.  



Take a look at our Round Five - 1.8.20 Photo Album

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View the full album Round Five - 1.8.20

Important

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The sooner you can let your team know you can not make a game the better. 

That way your team can still play and club can help find spare players. 

Have You Signed in?

We as a club have now gone digital with our Covid 19 records. We are asking all who attend our grounds to please sign in on the following QR. It is as simple as using your smart phone camera to scan then follow link to sign in. 

This is a Government requirement. 

Let's all keep safe to continue our Season. 

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UPDATE From MFA


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24.7.20

Macarthur Football Family,

We are contacting you this evening in relation to the closure of three schools due to students there testing positive to COVID-19.

Those schools are:

Freeman Catholic College – Bonnyrigg;
Mary Immaculate Catholic Primary School - Bossley Park; and
Cerdon Secondary College – Merrylands.

Football NSW has since spoken to representatives from NSW Health regarding players who attend those schools and has been advised as follows:

Students who attend the above schools must self-isolate as a precaution until contact tracing can be undertaken by NSW Health.

Therefore:
any players who attend the above schools are not permitted to participate in football until they are no longer required by NSW Health to self isolate.

Any students who DO NOT attend the above schools can continue to participate in football as usual.

The teams that players who attend the above schools usually play in can continue to participate in football as usual, minus any players who attend the above schools.

NSW Health is not requiring the team mates of players who attend the above schools to self-isolate.

Any affected clubs who are unable to field teams should contact their Club Secretary immediately.

Thank you.


22.7.2020

Dear Members, 

I hope this email finds you well. This email serves to provide a COVID-19 update. This morning, the NSW Premier provided the following comments:

  • There are concerns for the growing clusters around the state
  • The next few weeks remain the most critical time for our state
  • Wearing of masks is encouraged, particularly in cases where it is difficult to guarantee social distancing

This last point is valid in our context. As much as we have done a great job implementing our COVID-Safety Plans, guaranteeing social distancing is almost unrealistic (this is evident in much of the photos and videos we are seeing at the moment).
 

As a result, and in line with the advice of the Chief Medical Officer, the MFA recommends the wearing of masks at community sport, with the exception of players and officials.   

 

We provide this recommendation with the health and wellbeing of our community at the forefront of our minds. We do not want to see a premature end to the 2020 Season and request that we all continue to remain vigilant.


Again, we remind everyone that only essential people should be in attendance on match days, including officials and one parent/guardian per junior player. 


Please continue to share this message with your members.


Thank you for your understanding and undivided support.

We all have a part to play in protecting ourselves and those with whom we interact. Let’s keep the game alive.88CC562F- 0369- 4AC9- BD68- 41E919D9446C






15.7.2020

COVID-19 UPDATE
JULY 2020


The purpose of this note is to provide clarity and guidance in relation to recent COVID-19 cases within our region.  
 
The following important information is provided on advisement from Service NSW as of 15 July 2020.
 
Those that have attended the following venues on the dates outlined are deemed to be a close contact with a confirmed case and must self-isolate for 14 days and get tested:
  1. Cross Roads Hotel, Casula from Friday, 3 July – Friday, 10 July
  2. Planet Fitness, Casula from Saturday, 4 July to Friday, 10 July
  3. Picton Hotel, Picton on July 4, 5, 9 and 10.
Those that have tested negative must stay in isolation for 14 days and continue to watch for COVID-19 symptoms (refer to the Coronavirus Health Direct Symptom Checker).  
 
Please inform your club immediately if you are required to stay in isolation.
 
Further to the above, If members have attended the following locations on the dates outlined, please watch for COVID-19 symptoms:  
  1. Bavarian Macarthur, Campbelltown from Friday, 3 July – Friday 10 July
  2. Macarthur Tavern, Campbelltown from Friday 3 July – Friday 10 July
  3. West Leagues Club, Campbelltown from Friday 3 July – Friday 10 July
If symptoms occur, self-isolate for 14 days and get tested immediately.

To stay up to date on COVID-19 locations and advice on what to do, click on this link:Latest NSW Health Covid-19 Locations and updated advices.

At this point in time the 2020 Football Season will continue as planned.

To help ensure that football can continue to operate and the appropriate safeguards are in place to the reduce the risk of transmission, all players, parents, officials and spectators are required to comply with the following:
  1. Wash and/or sanitize hands before and after attending all training and games.
  2. Players arrive dressed and ready to train or play
  3. Do not use changerooms 
  4. 1.5m social distancing rule (except during play)
  5. Do not shake hands, high five or hug other players, officials, team officials or spectators
  6. Do not share drink bottles
  7. Limit the number of spectators that accompany you to training and games
  8. Avoid bringing anyone who is elderly or may be at high or increased risk of illness
  9. Do not attend if you have flu like symptoms or are feeling unwell
  10. All participants and spectators must cover their coughs and sneezes
  11. Players and spectators must not socialize or assemble in groups before, during or after training or games
  12. Once training and games are finished depart the venue as soon as possible
  13. Get tested for COVID-19 if you develop flu like symptoms
 
Further information
Football NSW COVID-19 Resources
NSW Health COVID-19 Information
Cough and sneeze etiquette
COVID-19 Testing & Clinic Locations

2.6.20

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. ⚽️


UPDATE: Football NSW

NOTICE FOR COMMUNITY SPORTS SPECTATORS

Please find a link to a letter from the Chief Health Officer, Dr Kerry Chant, who has written to all Community Sporting Organisations requesting that additional measures be taken to protect against the spread of COVID-19.

It is important that the football family supports the NSW Government and the broader community, by continuing to promote the limiting of spectators, and encouraging participants to check if they have attended any of the affected venues. This is effective immediately and is vital for the successful continuation of our competitions throughout the state.

Football NSW is working with the Office of Sport and all of our Associations and Clubs, in updating our COVID-19 Safety Plan template to reflect the new directives, and once this is done we will share it widely as soon as possible, in readiness for this weekend’s activities.

Thank you for your support, stay safe

Stuart Hodge

Chief Executive Officer

Thank - You

We would just like to take a moment to thank all our sponsors and their ongoing support into the 2020 season and encourage all our players and families to support the local businesses that support us.

If you’re not familiar with some of our sponsors, this weekend might be the perfect time to pop through and say hello with all offering amazing takeaway options if you’d like to eat in the comfort of home.

www.gregoryhillstowncentre.com.au/takeaway

Water Gum Road- NO STANDING

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A reminder to all that Water Gum Road around the Club house is No Standing ZONE. 
Rangers have given warnings out to those who parked there today (11.7.20) 
They will not be warning next time you will be get a FINE. 


First HOME GAMES

Click on the link to go to MFA photos of our first home games on Saturday 11.7.20




Canteen Price List

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Feild Layout for Game Days at GHFC

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Training Times Field 1 (in front of canteen)

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Tuesday:

5.30pm – 6.10pm:

Under 6 Pink – A                           Under 6 Green – B

Under 6 Yellow – C                        Under 7 Black – D

 

6.10pm – 7pm

Under 9 Pink – A & B

Under 9 Black – C & D  

 

Wednesday:

5.30pm- 6.10pm:

Under 6 Black – B

6pm- 640pm

Under 6 Red – A                       Under 7 Yellow- D

 

Thursday:

5.10pm-5.45pm                                    6pm- 6.40pm

Under 6 Purple – B                        Under 7 Purple – D

5.50-6.45pm

Under 9 Purple – A & B

Training Times Field 2 (in front of cricket nets)

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Tuesday:

5pm-5.40pm

Under 6 White- H


5.30pm- 6.30pm

Under 10 Purple – E &F

 

 

Thursday:

6pm – 6.40pm

Under 8 Black – G

Under 8 Purple – E

What You Need To Train

The time is fast approaching to really get those new boots dirty.

Over the Next week our teams with start training, as we inch closer to the official start of the season on the 1st Of July 2020.



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NOTE: All players are encouraged to bring own Ball 
Water bottles MUST be labelled with name.

UPDATE : Football Federation Australia

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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

FOR Further information Head over to The FFA Site.

Take a look at our Team Training Photo Album

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View the full album Team Training

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All Council Sports Grounds Smoke Free.

NSW Health Inspectors can enforce the ban and fines of up to $550 can apply. So please click on the links below to read the new laws. If you really want to give $550 away, please sponsor a couple of Gregory Hills FC teams.

Click Here for NSW Health Fact Sheet
Click Here for NSW Health A3 Poster

No  Alcohol

ALL MACARTHUR FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION GROUNDS ARE ALCOHOL FREE UNLESS THE CLUB HAS A FUNCTION LICENCE IN PLACE.
Alcoholic beverages cannot be taken by any team to any ground.
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