We are still seeking a skilled goalkeeper in our top WAA2 team. This position is a club-sponsored position so if you are interested please contact Kaitlyn (firstname.lastname@example.org). For all other women’s and men’s teams registrations have nearly reached capacity, and additional spots will be at individual team managers discretion. Please email Kaitlyn before applying for a spot in a team for the 2018 season.
Preseason training for the 2018 season starts from Sunday 14th of January, and is open for all (returning players and any new players who wish to join). During January we will be running men and women at the same time at Charles Bean Oval, Lindfield.
Sunday 14th and 21st – 5-6pm
Sunday 28th – 4-6pm
Detailed schedules for February and March (when we split up men to Saturdays and women to Sundays) will be distributed later in January once we start getting rough groupings for the trial matches. So dust off the boots, grab your friends, and see you at the Bean for the start of a big 2018!No Fields Found.
For the fourth year, UTS FC will be hosting the Football For A Cause Charity Tournament at Charles Bean Oval Lindfield. This one day tournament is the biggest charity tournament on the North Shore, and has helped raise over $20,000 for three great charities so far.
This year the tournament will take place on Saturday 7th of October. So start forming your teams and submit your entry forms, because like every year the spots will fill up fast! We will have the same format as last year running both a men’s and women’s competition, as well as the inclusion of a a mixed competition this year.
Please email Jono to get a copy of the entry for this year and reserve a spot (please specify in the email which competition you would like to reserve, mens/womens/mixed).
UTS FC are currently looking for men to join our club in 2017.
- Outfield players for our MAA2 team who are looking to gain promotion into the Premier League
- General players for our social divisions.
- All members who register and pay before January 31st will be eligible to a $25 discount. Please contact Julia for more information at email@example.com
UTS FC are currently looking for women to join our club in 2017.
- – Goalkeeper for our Premier League team (successful candidate will be eligible to rebates on equipment)
- – Outfield players for all teams, from Premier League down to our social Division 4
All members who register and pay before January 31st will be eligible to a $25 discount. Please contact Julia for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Preseason continues this Sunday 29th of January, 5pm Charles Bean Oval Lindfield. (Men’s All Age and Women’s All Age. Juniors to follow mid-Feb)
We welcome all returning players and new players to dust off the boots and join in. Not available this weekend? No worries, check our calendar for weekly training sessions.
Thanks to the support from UTS Sport we offer the cheapest rates for University students on the North Shore, as well as discounted registrations for non-students. For more information on our fees, or information on registering please refer to our registration page.
UTS FC is also currently looking for paid opportunities for coaches or referees in 2017. If you are interested please contact Julia at email@example.com
Being the fourth game in a row at Charles Bean and with 3 wins, the match was destined to be a fight. Even Chelsea our mascot was ready to cheer us on!
UTS started strong and in control. It didn’t take long before UTS were in the lead with 2 goals scored by none other than our resident striker Becky Harper. The midfield and defense lines held their ground, until Asquith saw an opportunity and score not once but twice. All of a sudden it was 2-all. WAA3 are notoriously known for performing better under pressure. It was clear the girls were more motivated now than ever as the strikers, midfielders and defenders were battling to keep possession whilst Goalkeeper Pepita Bernasconi diminished Asquith’s attempts at goals. UTS needed to prove why we deserve to remain undefeated. In fact new comer Emily Mew-Sum took initiative and scored 2 goals against Asquith frustrating them, making it 4-2.
Nearing the end of the game, UTS held their heads high under the stress of the heat and returning fierce tackles to Asquith.
Alas, the final whistle is blown.
The game proved: the team that fights together, stays together!
WAA3 finished the week 1st on the ladder with many more fights to come.
With two losses and a draw floating above our heads, the WAA4 fought back in the fourth week taking away a win of 2-1 against Lane Cove.
But let us recap this epic battle of Blackman Artificial…
We launched onto the field with fire, the ball sitting for majority of the game in the winning end of the field. Two goals were scored with quick succession early by Lisa smashing the ball in using a gap that the opponent kindly left for us and Julia encouraging the opposition to score an own goal. Overall the offense were strong with Chayna having many opportunities to score, Ellen capitalising on the stray left-side balls – it is for certain that this season will see more goals.
The defense and midfield were strong, the only reason the opposition scored was due to some early-in-season puff that will be sorted as we progress into the winter. Otherwise; Tiffany, Amy, Lauren, Santi and Daria showed Lane Cove “WHAT IS UP!” with a quick refresher in the definition of “tenacity”.
And for the goals, we had the pleasure of rotating through three goal-keepers. Li held up the first half with her fear of nothing attitude, Heather had a short-lived game having injured herself during a dedicated sprint towards the opponent and Anna filling in towards the end (props to Anna who filled in for striker, defense and goal).
Overall, WAA4 had more skill/sassy-tude combined than a Zack Snyder film and despite the lack of Daschund puppies/male cheer squad – we crushed it.
It was a night of many firsts…. The first home game of the year, club day, game under the lights…. but most surprisingly the first goal Tom “I’m a Doctor I swear” Terrell has scored off a free kick. UTS dominated on their familiar synthetic surface, and before no time Joe “Gene Pool” Laidler had the team up 1-0 against a St Ives team who didn’t know what they were about to get themselves into. Soon after, with some brilliant passing, Graco pounced on a ball in the box to get the team comfortable with a second goal. St Ives offered minimal attacking chances, and resorted to dirty tactics on our team, only to be hit back with a shoulder charge from Jono “White gordo with hair” Forsyth, sending their player flying but also earning him a yellow card.
With the second half came more quality from UTS, as they ran rings around the opposition. The UTS defenders, had a quiet night, which was highlighted by the fact Martin “Triangle Header” Botica not even getting the opportunity to partake in his favourite ritual of kicking a ball over the sideline fence. Luckily for the keeper, Arif aka Wesley, he had a long jumper on to keep him warm in goals. Nick “Bugs Bunny” Carrot slotted in a quality goal, in between Terrell who managed a brace, to have the boys finish up 5-0. A great game played, moving the boys up to 4th on the ladder, and 1 win off first.