2018 FFA National Youth Championship for Boys

Football Federation South Australia is pleased to announce their involvement in the 2018 FFA National Youth Championships for Boys

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Since 2006, the championships have been hosted by Northern New South Wales Football (NNSWF) and Coffs Harbour City Council at the C.ex International Stadium 

Over 600 of Australia's finest footballers are set to converge to Coffs Harbour to participate in the 5-day tournament, as 2018 is set to be the biggest event yet with an additional eight teams included. 

For the first time ever, FFSA will be sending 4 teams to the National Youth Championships in late September, including two U13s and two U14s squad. 

The Championship will begin on Monday the 24th of September and conclude on Friday the 28th of September. 

21 players outside of the full-time programs have been identified through our State Identification Program (SIP) and selected throughout the four travelling squads. 

FFSA will also have four referees attending the tournament in Coffs Harbour. This will be a great opportunity for four young referees to experience a national tournament. The four referees are Jonathan Hunter, Cole Davy, Andrew Diamond and Henry Day.

FFSA would like congratulate all officials and players that were selected to travel and participate, and we wish them all the best at the 2018 National Youth Championships.  

2018 National Youth Championships for Boys SA / 13 Years Team List

Kade Elliott

Nick Malatesta

Nicholas Robinson

Dylan Klassen-Thomas

Liam Frew

Musa Toure

Jonny Yull

Max Wier

Panagiotis Kikianis

Joey Garuccio

Damian Ljujic

Anthony Geranios

Liam Decorso

Khoi Tran

Vinnie Milanese

Marco Grelli

Luka Jovanovic

Andrej Simic

Vikesh Strestha

Jean Paul Mbembe

Kairo Felix

Alexander Gountounas

Jonathon D’Arrigo

Franco Mallamo

Ryan White

Jack Dawson

Oliver Julian

Joseph De Rosa

James DeConno

Matthew Maio

Steve Hall

Oliver Cullen

Caleb Robinson

Philip Heyen

 

Role

Name

Coach

Richie Alagich

Coach

Vlado Blazeka

GK’s Coach

Zlatko Belanic

Physio/Trainer

Mark Elsey

TD:

Airton Andrioli

 

2018 National Youth Championships for Boys SA / 14 Years Team List

Ajay Nguyen

Cooper Wegener

Fergus Lynch

Rocco Caruso

Joshua Swan

Jok Akuien

Bernardo Oliveira

Vinnie Carbone

Gildas Gomwikezwa

Thomas Visser

Stefan Matteo

Kane Vidmar

Darius Boast

Mohamed Toure

Christian Migliaccio

Erick Husseni

Daniel Uzunovic

Alex Redman

Cameron McMonagle

Guru Bhatia

Panashe Madanha

Jacob Van Der Hourt

Ned Styles

Ariath Piol

Giuseppe Bovalina

Jacob Jones

Zac Becker

Jordan Prole

Wil Carter

Harry Shawcross

Jed Gauci

Kosta Balaban

Levi Wilson 

Ethan Cox

 

Role

Name

Coach

Elvis Markov

Coach

Paul vanis

GK’s Coach

Zlatko Belanic

Physio/Trainer

Steven Chapman

TD:

Airton Andrioli

 

View the 2018 National Youth Championships Fixtures

DAY ONE RESULTS

MONDAY 24TH SEPTEMBER

All Member Federations’ and two-star Hyundai A-League Academy sides kicked off their FFA National Youth Championships for Boys campaigns on a rainy day at Coffs Harbour’s C.ex International Stadium.

13 Years

9:00am - Northern NSW 1 (Own Goal 17') def. by Football NSW Navy 2 (Gasking 39', 47')

9:00am - Newcastle Jets 1 (Eick 39') def. by Football NSW White 3 (Hoddad 15', Baddato 20', Younis 50')

10:00am - Tasmania 1 (Williams 26') def. by Victoria Metro 5 (Durse 9', 27', Najdovski 15', 38', 47')

10:00am - Capital Football 2 (Wesley 1', Mynott-Smith 21') def. by Brisbane Roar FC 3 (Milini 25', Tan 32', Maher 45')

11:00am - Football NSW Blue 3 (Mizdrak 3', Pini 33', 34') def. Victoria Country 0

12:00pm - Northern NSW 3 (Leong 1', Newton 19', 26') def. Northern Territory 0

12:00pm – Queensland Metro 2 (Cort 4', Moore 18') def. by South Australia Red 3 (D'arrigo 8', Toure 23', 24')

1:00pm – Football NSW White 0 def. by Football NSW Country 2 (Haddad 2', Younis 11')

1:00pm – Perth Glory 2 (Cueva 3', Manariyo 9') def. by Football NSW Navy 3 (St John 15', Gasking 37', 42')

2:00pm – Newcastle Jets 7 (Clarke 10', Etheridge 12', Van Dorssen 18', Abrahams 28', Collins 30', Davies 31', Gilmore 39') def. Tasmania 1 (Hays 9')

3:00pm – Brisbane Roar 2 (Nash 4', Okumo 12') def. Western Australia 0

3:00pm – Victoria Country 1 (Williams 18') drew with Capital Football 1 (Milicevic 6')

4:00pm – South Australia Blue 0 def. by Football NSW Blue 5 (Morakeas 8', 36', 42', Pini 18', Niblock 49')

5:00pm – Northern Territory 0 def. by Perth Glory 7 (MacDougall 2', Cueva 13', Pearman 25, Kelly 29', Morrison 35', 37', 48')

5:00pm – Football NSW Country 3 def. Queensland Country 2

 

14 Years

9:00am - Northern Territory 0 def. by Perth Glory 4 (Nyagwaya 4', Hobson 5', 9', Zikovic 27')

9:00am - Football NSW Country 2 (Zanatta 2', Marsden 42') def. Queensland Country 1 (McKenzie 44')

10:00am - Newcastle Jets 2 (Wholert 29', Larkin 42') def. by Football NSW White 3 (Georges 22', Own Goal 34', Lopane 43')

10:00am - Northern NSW 1 (Oakley-McLean 10') def. by Football NSW Navy 4 (Waddell 8, Milnaric 21', Helweh 24', Burden 36')

11:00am - Capital Football 3 (Cervo 16', Barac 41', Busek 44') def. Brisbane Roar FC 2 (Gibbs 3', Nguyen 50')

12:00pm – Tasmania 2 (Zasandy 15', Morton 34') def. by Victoria Metro 6 (Serdenes 9', Menelaou 19', Siccita 23', Nicoletti 37', Kassaby 47')

12:00pm – Football NSW Blue 4 (Segecic 14', 39', Smyth 35', Tyler 46') def. Victoria Country 1 (Babovic)

1:00pm – Northern NSW 4 (Cavallaro 4', Power O'Toole 21', Kelly 43', Oakley-McLean 47') def. Northern Territory 0

1:00pm – Queensland Metro 2 (Johnson 12', Rocks 46') drew with South Australia Red 2 (Toure 11', Matteo 27')

2:00pm – Football NSW White 2 (Wass 35', McGowan 44') def. Football NSW Country 0

3:00pm – Perth Glory 2 (Rawlins 10', Hobson 32') def. Football NSW Navy 0

3:00pm – Newcastle Jets 1 (Kacev 50') def. by Tasmania 4 (Divin 5', Zasadny 9', 27', Jacobs 33')

4:00pm – Brisbane Roar 1 (Dent 3') def. by Western Australia 3 (Gomez 33', Katz 41', Matoba 50')

5:00pm - Victoria Country 0 def. by Capital Football 1 (Barac 37')

5:00pm – South Australia Blue 0 def. by Football NSW Blue 4 (Segecic 5' 20', Smyth 16', Ovens 31')