The PlayStation 4 National Premier Leagues NSW Men's is the top tier league of men’s football in NSW. The Men's competition consists of 12 teams competing in a round-robin structure where each side plays one another twice; upon completion a Premier is crowned. 

The top five sides by the end of the season compete in the Championship Series. The Championship Series consists of six games, whereby the five teams competing are whittled down to just two. The teams are seeded upon their entry into the Championship Series according to their final position on the ladder. The final two teams compete in the Grand Final, where a PlayStation 4 National Premier Leagues NSW Men's Champion is decided.


Final Series Format

PlayStation 4 National Premier Leagues NSW Men's

Championship Round

Match Number





Elimination Semi - Final

4th v 5th



Preliminary Semi - Final

2nd v 3rd



Minor Semi - Final

Loser Match 2 v Winner Match 1



Major Semi - Final

1st v Winner Match 2



Preliminary Final

Loser Match 4 v Winner Match 3



Grand Final

Winner Match 4 v Winner Match 5


Competing Teams

Teams competing in the PlayStation 4 National Premier Leagues NSW Men's are listed below:

  • APIA Leichhardt Tigers
  • Blacktown City FC
  • Blacktown Spartans 
  • Bonnyrigg White Eagles
  • Hakoah Sydney City East FC
  • Manly United FC
  • Parramatta FC
  • Rockdale City Suns
  • South Coast Wolves 
  • Sutherland Sharks
  • Sydney Olympic
  • Sydney United 58 FC

Technical Report

Football NSW is pleased to communicate the inaugural Technical Report for the U12 to U15 age grades of the 2013 PlayStation 4 National Premier Leagues NSW Men’s and 2013 National Premier Leagues 2 NSW Men’s competitions.  

The Technical Report communicates the outcomes of the Coaching Support and Assessment Program delivered by the Football NSW Technical Department throughout the 2013 football season.  

The Technical Assessments are supported by an audit of registered coaches on MyFootballClub and their current accreditation as listed on the FFA National Coaching System.  

It is with a sense of pride that Football NSW issues its first ever Technical Report of the National Premier Leagues. We would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank the clubs for the manner in which they welcomed and engaged with the Football NSW Assessors during the program.

We look forward to continued collaboration between the Clubs and Football NSW as we strive to improve the training environments provided to the State’s most talented players.