Come play with Byron Bay FC in 2016!

Corner Carlyle, Cowper and Tennyson Streets Byron Bay

PREMIERS & RESERVES – 6.30pm Tues & Thurs (from 28/1)

GENERAL MENS – 6.30pm Wednesdays (from 3/2)

WILDCATS (Womens & Girls – 5.30pm Wednesdays (from 17/2) 
Youth teams (12 and up) and open womans teams – all welcome.

JUNIOR SIGN ON (grades 6 to 16)
Miniroos small sided for 5 to 11, Competitive 11 a side 12-16
9am to 12pm Saturday, February 6 or 13

Come on down and be a part of Byron's largest sporting club!

Girls Summer Soccer, Byron shire has it covered!

Girls Summer Soccer, Byron shire has it covered!

Although the winter soccer season is now done and dusted, the girls in Byron shire won't be hanging up their boots just yet! A variety of programs catering for players of all ages and skill levels are running over the summer to keep the girls kicking.

For the first time ever FFNC are introducing a female summer youth league competition, providing a great opportunity for the shire's rising youth stars to step up to the next level. With Byron Bay, Bangalow and Mullumbimby soccer clubs all entering teams in the competition, our shire is well represented in female participation.

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Definitely Grinners!

Definitely Grinners!

Byron Bay FC’s dream season continues, winning the Football Far North Coast Club Championship and taking six teams through the the Grand Finals. With three wins from the four Grand Finals played so far, the club is definitely on a roll.

Our Grade 12 Cougars got the silverware ball rolling with a 3-0 win over Ballina in their Grand Final. After finishing in fourth spot on the pointscore table, the 13s Panthers battle their way to the Grand final but lucked out against Pottsville. The Grade 16 1st Division boys took out the Pointscore Championship, and completed the double with a thrilling 3-2 win over Lismore Thistles in last Saturday’s Grand Final. Our wonderful women’s Wildcats all made the finals series and our fourth Division team not only made the Grand Final, they won! The girls finished their season with an emphatic 3-0 victory over Suffolk Park.

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Win, Win in Pre-Season Opener

Win, Win in Pre-Season Opener

Byron Bay’s Under 16’s and Premier squads both scored gratifying wins against their 2014 nemeses in Sunday’s opening round of the Anzac Cup.

The 16s met the young guns from Summer Youth League winners, Lennox Head, in a fast-moving and entertaining clash at the windy Ewingsdale grounds.

Battling a strong headwind, the Byron boys looked to have the better of it in the first half, but strong counter attacks earned their southern neighbours an early goal before half time.

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AGM this Saturday 11 October from 5pm

AGM this Saturday 11 October from 5pm

This year’s Annual General Meeting will be held at the Park Hotel, Suffolk Park this Saturday, October 11 from 5pm. As a volunteer group, BBFC depends on the active support of our community to keep our players playing. Now more than ever, we need our members and supporters to step up and get involved ...

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Byron Bay FC better than ever!

Byron Bay FC better than ever!

After a hugely successful 2013 season, Byron’s biggest sporting club, Byron Bay FC hits the ground running for 2014 with sign-ons and pre-season training beginning in early February. BBFC is a family oriented club with teams for players from five to fifty-five (and older!), beginners to guns — girls, boys, men and women. The whole family can play!

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Junior Presentation Awards

The junior presentation was held on Monday night and it was a great chance for all the players to catch up and celebrate a successful season. Debby was on hand to take photos and she's already posted them up on the Club's Facebook page. A summary of award winners on the night is below:  

Junior coach of the year Brody Leeson
Female Junior Player of the year Tessa Simpson
Male Junior Player of the year Jayden Bambach
Junior Goalkeeper of the year Jeremy Dipple

12 Panthers

Most Improved Jacob Simpson and Max Knott
Team Player Judd Batson and Connor Whitelock
Outstanding Player Zakai Boutkan-Sparkes

13 Wildcats

Most Improved Piper Edmonds
Team Player Salem Edwards and Rainer Congdon
Outstanding Player Eva Salmon

14 Panthers

Most Improved James Coggins
Team Player Alex Kempnich
Outstanding Player Yarbirri Zillig-VanDyke
Coaches Award Jackson Saunders

14 Rams

Most Improved Connor Congdon
Team Player Zak Sezer & Jarrah Brownhill
Outstanding Player Ronan Krarup

15 Wildcats

Most Improved Nakisha Jamieson
Team Player Mia Sharratt
Outstanding Player Nambi Branton
Coaches Award Maia Wright

16 Wildcats

Most Improved Claudine Safajou
Team Player Olivia King
Outstanding Player Maddie Green
Players Player Maddie Green

16 Pumas

Most Improved Holly Mountjoy
Team Player Jana Moser
Outstanding Player Camille Page
Players Player Grace Pattison
Golden Boot Tiana Whyatt

16 Rams

Most Improved Christian Monks
Players Player Rory Wilson
Outstanding Player Luca Young
Coaches Award Harper Hain

16 Panthers

Most Improved Blair Trigger
Team Player Kisane Irwin
Outstanding Player Joel Ashworth
Coaches Award Alistair Page

Coaching courses

For those coaches interested in developing their coaching skills in the off season there are junior license, youth license and goalkeeping courses being run by FFNC. The Club will pay for coaches to attend these sessions so you just need to enrol and then let us know so we can pay the fees. Juniors license is appropriate for coaches from age groups 8 and up and is the first step in the community coaching pathway although coaches of younger age groups are more than welcome to attend.

  • October – 12th + 13th October – Junior Licence
  • October – 19th + 20th & 26th + 27th – Youth Licence
  • November – 2nd + 3rd – Goalkeepers certificate/licence

All courses will be conducted at Bangalow Sports Fields. Please register using the links below:

Don't forget to contact the Club once you've registered so we can pay your registration fees!

14s grand finals


Our two grade 14 teams travelled to Oakes oval pumped up and ready to play football! The 14/2nds took the field and were firing from the start. Cameron, Tane and Yarbirri put plenty of pressure on the Mullumbimby defence and created several great chances. Although dominating the early part of the game Mullumbimby scored against the run of play. Within moments though Byron had equalised and were fired up to add to the score. The Mullumbimby defence was proving harder to break through as the game wore on and the midday heat was taking its toll on the players. Mullumbimby eventually scored again and then added to the tally in the second half to finish the game 5-1. The kids were disappointed but should be proud of their achievement in reaching the grand final in a very tight and even competition. 14-2nds [mainpic]TOP PIC 14/1st Division / THIS PIC 14/2nd Division[/mainpic]

With the heat easing a little the 14/1sts took to the field determined to bring a trophy back to the bay. The boys came with plenty of grand final experience, having made it to Oakes 3 times in their 5 years together. Although player injury and sickness were a worry, an aggressive start saw the Bay 2-0 up after 15 minutes. Alstonville fought back though and with 2 quick goals from corners had levelled the score by half time. The second half saw the injuries taking their toll and with Ronan limping through the midfield and Harry doing the same in the backs scoring again was going to be difficult. A third goal from Alstonville ten minutes from time decided the game and the young rams went down 3-2. A great effort from a depleted side and the boys should be proud of their efforts throughout the season.

Lion Hearts


It was a wonderful first year of football for lots of enthusiastic littlies in 2013. Especially for our all conquering young Lions. These little guys had loads of fun at training and games – almost as much as the coach and parents! It is inspiring to watch their strength, coordination and confidence grow through the season and to see their new friendships blossom.

Can't wait for 2014!

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Young Ram off to FFA National Championships

Young Ram off to FFA National Championships

Many hours of hard work and training has paid of for one of Byron Bay FCs rising stars, Ethan Archer. Ethan has been selected to represent Northern NSW Football at the upcoming FFA national youth championships in the 13 boys country team. Ethan first started with Byron in the under 6s and has always had a great passion for the game, now playing in our 14 1st division team.

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