established 1970


established 1970


  • 24.01.2020
    đź“Ś Under 21 Trials. Greystanes FC 2019 Under 21 Grand Final winners are looking for players. If you are interested please attend the U21 trials on Wednesday 5th February 2020, 7:30...
  • 30.12.2019
    Online Registration for GFC is open for the 2020 Winter Season. All players must self-register on Play Football, which can be accessed via our registration page. The minimum age requirement is...

next event

  • Registration Day 1 on Thursday, 30 January 2020
  • Registration Day 2 on Saturday, 01 February 2020
  • Under 7 mixed skills assessment on Tuesday, 04 February 2020
  • Under 7 mixed skills assessment on Tuesday, 11 February 2020
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winter season

Registration is open to all from ages 4 to over 45 and must be completed online.  Online registration is open from early January for all players.

In-person registrations are available at the end of January but are restricted to anyone having difficulty with online self-registration, to submit necessary documents if new to the Greystanes FC club, to pay your registration fees or for any other general enquires. Dates & times will be advertised on the registration page & events page...

after registration

grading & uniforms

After registration dates & times are scheduled to have all players graded and/or placed into teams. This process is usually conducted at the end of registrations over a two week period...


for children 5 - 11

MiniRoos is a smaller version of football that provides boys and girls aged 5 - 11 with a fun introduction to football. MiniRoos is designed for kids; it is all about having fun and learning new skills. Delivered by Greystanes FC (along with other grassroots clubs across Australia), MiniRoos provides opportunities for boys and girls of all abilities to play football. Football is the game that everyone can play!

More information at the MiniRoos website

Visit our registration page for details about playing at Greystanes FC.

health, safety & insurance

The health and safety of all participants is of primary concern for Greystanes FC. Applicable recommendations, policies & guidelines have been adopted from Football NSW.

Registered participants are covered by insurance during Club sports activities.

The Club invested in three defibrillator units which included user training. One unit is for use at Bathurst street and the other units are for use at our other grounds.

Smoking is now banned in NSW in spectator areas of all sports grounds during organised sport events. Fines of up to $550 apply for breaches by individuals who fail to comply.


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We are a Good Sports accredited club.

Sporting clubs such as ours play a significant role in the community and have a responsibility to our members and their families. We have chosen to join over 6,500 clubs across Australia taking part in the Australian Drug Foundation’s Good Sports program.

Through Good Sports we are committed to managing alcohol responsibly and ensuring smoke free areas, which we believe will help us to provide a healthy, safe and family friendly environment.

Speak to our club committee about what being a Good Sports club is all about or visit Good Sports website or Facebook page
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who we are

We are an amateur football club associated with the Granville & Districts Soccer Football Association (GDSFA). Greystanes FC (incorporated) is our legal full name; it isn't expanded at all.

We can accomodate all members of your family with age groups from under 5 to over 45. We have served the Greystanes community successfully since 1970.

The Club is run by a volunteer committee and is supported weekly by parents & senior players.

Everyone helps, everybody wins!

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what we wear

This is our official game shirt, starting in the 2016 winter season, and along with monogrammed white socks and black shorts it makes up our official uniform. The uniform must worn for all regular competition games during the winter season. Shirts are provided by the Club for all competition games on a weekly basis.

Shorts & socks are available for purchase, from the Club. Boots, shins guards & other equipment may be purchased from any sports store, in any colour. Our Premier League teams wear a different uniform.

Club merchandise, for players & supporters, is available for purchase from our online store. All purchases support the Club financially.

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home turf

Bathurst Street Park is our Home & main ground. It caters to all miniroos, junior and senior age groups. Full canteen service and change room facilities are available. The other grounds handle overflow as required.
  1. Bathurst Street Park, Greystanes. Parking Bays off Ballina Street.
  2. Alpha Road Park, Greystanes. Parking Bays off Alpha Road.
A list of GDSFA grounds and directions and the status of the grounds is available on grounds & weather page (link below).

what does it mean?

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 Greystanes FC Inc. | Formerly known as Greystanes Soccer Club. Local amateur football club catering to players from under 5 to over 45 years old within the suburb of Greystanes & surrounds (Sydney, NSW Australia). GFC fields teams in the GDSFA (mixed teams) and BDSFA (Phoenix Women's League) competitions.
The club was established in 1970 and currently, has approximately 800 registered players. It is run by a volunteer committee.

 Granville and Districts Soccer Football Association | Governing body for football clubs within the Cumberland Council LGA and City of Parramatta LGA.
Established in 1900, the GDSFA is Australia’s oldest football soccer association and is affliated with FNSW.

 Granville District Football Referees Association | The GDFRA provides referring services to GDSFA and affiliated clubs.
The referees' association was established in 1908.

 Football NSW | Governing body for football in the state of New South Wales (Australia), except the northern regions of NSW.
FNSW is a member of the national governing body, FFA.

 Football Federation Australia | Governing body for Football in Australia, overseeing the state governing bodies for football.
FFA is a member of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) and Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA).
Formerly, a member of the OFC.

 The Asian Football Confederation | Governing body of football in Asia and Australia. The AFC is a member of FIFA.

 ASEAN Football Federation | A smaller organisation within the greater AFC and centres on Southeast Asia but includes East Timor and Australia, which are not members of ASEAN.

 Association of Southeast Asian Nations | Regional intergovernmental organization comprising ten countries in Southeast Asia.

 FĂ©dĂ©ration Internationale de Football Association | International governing body of football It is the highest governing body of football in the world. FIFA is made up of 211 national associations and six continental confederations. Each national association is also a member of a confederation.
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 Cumberland Council | LGA located approximately 25kms from Sydney CBD (NSW, Australia). Home to GDSFA clubs & grounds and neighbour to City of Parramatta. Greystanes FC's local council.

 City of Parramatta Council | LGA) located approximately 25kms from Sydney CBD (NSW, Australia). Home to GDSFA clubs & grounds and neighbour to Cumberland Council.

 Holroyd City Council | Former LGA). Now known as Cumberland Council after amalgamation with the Auburn Council. It get its name from first mayor, Arthur Holroyd.

 Member Protection Information Officer | GFC club official, acts as the first point of contact for assistance with protection & safety issues.

MPIO | member protection information officer

Greystanes FC has a Member Protection Information Officer (MPIO). The role of the MPIO is to be the first point of contact for anyone with an enquiry or concern about a member protection issue.  The MPIO is a sounding board for these concerns and can offer information on complaint resolution, policies and other aspects of the issue being discussed.  The MPIO does not offer advice, suggestions or recommendations and the MPIO does not investigate complaints or reports.  It is the responsibility of the Club (President and/or Executive) to decide who investigates complaints or reports but it should never be the MPIO who conducts the investigation.

Member Protection encompasses several areas: Harassment, abuse, victimisation, racial vilification, child protection and bullying. Any matters outside of this scope are not member protection matters. Follow the link below for more information and contact details.

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