Football NSW announced on Saturday, June 26, that following the NSW Government's extended stay-at-home orders, there will be no football activities in the Greater Sydney area including the Blue Mountains, Central Coast and Wollongong.
Football NSW CEO Stuart Hodge said in his circular that the NSW Government had made it very clear that community sport will not be permitted during this period.
"Therefore, all football activities within [the extended lockdown areas] are suspended immediately until 11.59pm on Friday, 9 July 2021," he said.
In the affected areas:
"We are in regular contact with relevant government agencies, and we are all committed to keeping you informed and up to date in these rapidly changing times," said Mr Hodge.
"We are expecting to meet with the Minister for Sport and the Office of Sport on Monday afternoon."
"I thank you for your patience, cooperation and assistance, and would respectfully request that you distribute this information through to all of your stakeholders as soon as practicably possible."
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