Meet Mackenzie

Mackenzie is ground manager at King George Park and an all-round star. Each match day, Mackenzie will be onsite and on hand. She’ll supply equipment, balls and bibs and answer your questions to ensure everything runs smoothly. Mackenzie is also a qualified junior coach and AAW4 player. So, catch her for a tip or two.

Football NSW backed

As if Mackenzie wasn’t reassuring enough, King George Park Summer Soccer is sanctioned and insured by Football NSW, so players (and parents) have peace of mind.

What’s more, each game will be overseen by a CRA referee with the result and competition ladder updated and posted each Wednesday evening.

Game Day

Relaxed feel, with three large grass fields 40m x 65m 

Balls and bibs supplied on the night



Game start

Games start on and end on allotted time. If a game starts late, that time will be deducted from play.


On field

  1. All teams must have matching jerseys and socks
  2. Kick ins replace throw ins
  3. Opposition players must be 5m or more away from a kick in or kick off
  4. Goal Keepers must restart play from a stationary ball or a throw if the ball has gone out. A kick to a ball released from the GKs hand is permitted if the GK saves or catches the ball.
  5. A goal cannot be scored direct from a kick in or a kick off. It must be touched prior to the ball being awarded a goal.
  6. No slide tackling. All slide tackles will result in a direct free kick.
  7. Teams can borrow up to 2 players to bring the team’s number to six to start a game. Once the team’s players arrive, the borrowed players must stop playing. At no stage can a team use borrowed players and have reserves. In the case of U17-AA borrowed players must be from the lower division. Gaming of rules can result in the game being allocated as a forfeit with 3-0 points awarded against the infringing team.


Competition ranking

The following will be used when determining the ranking of Teams within each Competition:

  1. Greater number of points obtained in season matches
  2. If two or more teams are equal on the basis of the above criteria, their place will be determined as follows:
  3. Greater goal difference resulting from season proper matches
  4. Greater goals scored from all season proper matches
  5. Greater number of points obtained between the Teams concerned (head to head)
  6. Greater number of goals scored in matches between the two teams concerned.
  7. A play-off match between the two teams if needed

Competition Points

Points will be allocated as follows for all Premiership Matches:

  • Win – 3 points;
  • Draw – 1 point each Team;
  • Bye – No points;
  • Loss – No points; or
  • Forfeit – 3 points to the Team receiving the forfeit.


Finals format

  • 1v4, 2v3
  • Winner of each will play in the GF on the same night.


Champion of Champions

The highest performing AAW1 team will progress to FNSW Women’s Summer Football Champion of Champions competition



Submit an expression of interest and get your uniform sorted right now! 

Apply Now

  1. Create your team name
  2. List your squad of between eight and 10 players
  3. Indicate your team colours for shirt, shorts and socks (teams supply their own kit)


It’s that easy. 

Fees are for 15 rounds plus finals:

  • Junior and Football NSW registered players – $150 per player
  • Senior players not registered with Football NSW – $165 per player

King George Park Summer Soccer is well-run, great fun and the ideal opportunity to get together and get fit. Register today!

FNSW winter registered players:
$150 per player, junior and senior.

New Junior players
$150 per player
Active Kids $100 Rebate applicable

New adult players
Adult players who are not already registered to FNSW are charged an additional $15 to make a total of $165.