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Congratulations & Recognition 2019

Congratulations to the following teams who were crowned 2019 Premiers:-

Under 12 Div.3
Under 13 Div. 2
Under 17 Div. 1
All Age Men’s Div. 8 Red
Over 35 Div. 2 White
Over 35 Div. 3

Good Luck to the following teams playing in semi finals in the coming weeks:-

Under 12 Div. 1
Under 13 Div. 4 Blue
Under 13 Div. 4 Red
Under 14 Div. 2
Under 14 Div. 3
Under 14 Div. 1 Blue Girls
Under 15 Div. 1 Girls
Under 16 Div. 1
Under 16 Div. 1 Girls
Under 18 Div. 1
Under 18 Div. 1 Girls
All Age Ladies Div. 3
All Age Men’s Div. 4
All Age Men’s Div. 6 Red
All Age Men’s Div. 6 Blue
All Age Men’s Div. 8 Blue
Over 35 Div. 2 Blue
Over 35 Div. 4
M-League Div. 1
M-League Div. 2
M-League Women’s

Congratulations – Yardley Polsen

Yardley Polsen is on the road to football glory.

Yardley is a long serving  member of the club and is currently playing in the Ladies M-League team, Yardley started playing at the club at the age of 5 in 2004 and has played nearly every year at the Rangers with the exception of 2 years where Yardley played u12 girls for Macarthur RAMS. Yardley has also played up to SSW level in both primary & high school and also played FUTSAL for school and Campbelltown Quake. She also played Futsal for SEDA College in year 11 & 12.

Yardley stopped playing soccer for RAMS so that she could concentrate on her cricket and just have fun playing soccer with her friends at the Rangers.

At the end of the 2018 season, Yardley explored the options of furthering her football skills and opportunities and applied to “College Scholarships USA”. Yardley was accepted into their program where they help international student find scholarships in the USA. After sending only a 1 minute video footage from last season Yardley received 2 offers. She has accepted a partial scholarship to attend Dodge City Community college in Kansas for the first 2 years and after that, Yardley may choose to stay in Kansas or end up anywhere else in the USA for the following 2 years.

Yardley leaves on 31 July and her first college game is on the 21 August. The club would like to congratulate and wish Yardley all the best in her adventures and we hope to see Yardley wearing the green and gold in the future.

2019 Club Update


The club will be running a summer 6 A-Side Competition, starting in October for age groups:-

Under 8/9’s combined (mixed competition)
Under 10/11’s combined (mixed competition)
Under 12/13’s combined (mixed competition)
Under 14/15’s combined (mixed competition)
All Age Men’s competition
All Age Ladies competition
Over 35’s Men’s competition

Registration and team nomination information will be posted on the website shortly.


Tuesday 13th August 7:30pm – Nott Oval Club House


Saturday 17th of August

Under 10’s – Tahmoor – U10 Gala Day Draw 2019_Revised 12 Aug 19 v2 & team List – U10 Gala Day Draw 2019_Revised 12 Aug 19_B v2
Under 11’s – St Mary’s – U11 Gala Day Draw 2019


Wests Leagues  Club – Wednesday 21st August – Timetable to be posted shortly.


Wests Leagues Club – Wednesday 11th September


Saturday 28th September – Nott Oval Club house 6pm – please RSVP to


Junior Presentation – Saturday 19th October @ Wests Leagues Club

Senior Presentation – Saturday 26th October @ Wests Leagues Club

Details of both presentations will be posted shortly.


Friday 15th November – Studley Golf Club then Lunch at Narellan Hotel. – details will be posted shortly.

Over 1,100 Registered Players

The club has gone past the 1,000 registered players again for the 2019 season, this is the 4th year in a row the club has exceed the 1,000 mark.


Macarthur Football Association are running the following coaching courses, visit for more information:-

MiniRoos coaching – U6’s to U8’s

Skills Training Certificate – U9 to U11’s

Game Training Certificate – U12’s to U16’s

Senior Coaching Certificate U17’s +

You will also need to have working with Children Number.



The MDFRA will be running a L4 Referee Entrance course and we would like to attract as many participants as possible, especially females and any persons age 18+. MDFRA advised that if 2 people from our club attend and complete the course they will waive the fee for the course. Please go to for more information


Please use the following website to review the draw and results each week. Please ensure you check the draw regularly for any changes that may occur.

Please note that the SportTG App is currently showing incorrect information for the draw’s, so please use the website in the interim.

2017 REFEREES FEES – Referee Fees 2017
U6’s & 7’s Game Fees are $5- per home game

Information & News for 2017


The following link is a video message from kids about sideline antics from supports, it’s a powerful message. (you may need to cut and paste in in to your web browser. –


A few Photo’s – Wanderers Visit 2016


Macarthur Football run coaching courses regularly, if you are interested in a course they can be found online by going to:-

Go into My Football Club website
Click on find  course / Senior Certificate Course
Click on time frame / anytime
Click on state NSW
Click on the Macarthur course and follow the instructions to enroll
Don’t forget to download your course notes ( the link is there underneath) and bring them with you to the course


2017 Referee’s courses – 2017 Referee Course Information

Training Courses

Macarthur Referees association are running referees courses over the coming weeks/months. If you are interested in becoming a referee please see attached information sheet. There are discounts available if you tell them you are from the Rangers Club.

Unofficial Referee Guidelines

Please find attached a guideline for unofficial referees – Unoffical Referee Guidlines

Important Information


MFA has a set of guidelines for Judiciary Hearing and Suspensions, attached are the 2 documents that cover all the information.

Judiciary Guidelines & Suspension Guidelines

COLOURED VEST PROGRAM – Macarthur Football have implemented a coloured vest program, the following is an overview of the program:-

BLUE COACHES VEST – This is worn by the coach of a team in the technical area so the coach can be identified by either the referee or club officials. Only 1 person is to wear the blue vest for each team. (Blue vests are only required for competitive games U12’s and up)

ORANGE TEAM OFFICAL VEST – This is worn by one of the spectators of your team, the person wearing the vest it to ensure the spectators of your team only are behaving. The person wearing the orange vest is to be located in the spectator area, not standing in technical area with the coach.

YELLOW GROUND OFFICAL VEST – This vest is worn by a person acting as a ground official for the club, the person is responsible to assist coaches, managers players and referees if required with queries. They are also to ensure all spectators are well behaved and report any incidents back to club officials.

DRAWS, RESULTS & LADDER LINK:-  Sporting Pulse Link

CAMPBELLTOWN CITY LAWYERS:- Campbelltown City Lawyers will donate $50.00 to the club for every simple Will or any other work done by them for and on behalf of our club members. So if you need their Lawyers services, please let them know you are from the Rangers.

Rangers Facebook Link

Keep up to date with the latest news via Facebook

Important Information for Coaches & Managers

Coaches Blue Vest Program

Please Note:- The following is from the Referees association and Macarthur:-

Blue vests are required from under 12 and up i.e. Competition matches….. the MFA Coloured vest program is in the Club’s operations manual for reference.

MFA Social Media Policy

MFA Social Media Policy dated 24 July 2014

MFA Update

MFA have issued the following statement after numerous complaints about bad behaviour by coaches, managers and spectators. Please read the attached and ensure you are aware MFA’s stance.
MFA Conduct

Racism in Sport

Attached documents were forwarded by Camden Council in conjection with the Sport and Recreation Division of the Department of Education and Communities.
Racism It Stops With Me – Information pack
27 May 2013 Racism CSA media release


MDSFA – “Latest News”

“Unoffical” Referee Policy.

Macarthur have issued the following Policy as a guide to clubs, coaches, managers and players in reference to unofficial referees officiating games where referees have not been appointed to the game.
Unofficial Referee Policy


New Ban on Smoking in Spectator Areas of Sports Grounds or other Recreational Areas during Organised Sport Events

 The NSW government has introduced a new ban on smoking in spectator areas of sports grounds or other recreational areas while organised sporting events are being held.

This ban came into effect on 7 January 2013.

Please refer to the information provided in the attached NO SMOKING FACT SHEET.  Fines of up to $550 apply for breaches.

Factsheet No smoking at Sporting Grounds

Most Councils have already installed signage at their Council venues, however as you can see from the attached factsheet, it is not necessary for signage to be erected for the ban to apply.

For more information please visit:- or

Starting October - Nott Oval
Tues. 13th August 7:30pm - Nott Oval