Football Stars of Tomorrow Episode 3


HARRY WILLIAMS CUP: The 1974 World Cup Socceroos are pioneers of the local game. Harry Williams – an indigenous footballer with a proud history – was part of that memorable squad who travelled to Germany. Now Harry has a yearly tournament named in his honour as he continues to seek a representative pathway for players of an indigenous background
FUTSALROOS: Futsal is one of Australia’s fastest growing sports and there’s no argument some of the best outdoor players in the world have developed their skills playing the five-a-side. This week we catch up with our National team as they prepare to take part in the ASIAN qualifying tournament for the right to qualify for this year’s Futsal World Cup in Brazil.
CARLOS FURTADO: You might have seen him at a playing field near you but Carlos Furtado is a passionate photographer who has captured some of Australian football’s magic moments. We go behind the scenes as Carlos goes in search of that special shot!
PAUL BENTVELZEN: The Football NSW High Performance Manager has two segments which will help everyone involved in the game from coaches, players and even spectators
HARRY MAGUIRE: There’s another Harry on the horizon and he is making a name for himself in Newcastle. 15-year-old Harry McGuire is a special player who has attracted the interest of A-League champions the Newcastle Jets
NSW TELECHOICE PREMIER LEAGUE: It’s one of the classic derbies of Australian football!! FSOT will have a special report on the big round 11 fixture between Sydney United and Sydney Olympic – two clubs who have nurtured some of the best Socceroos to ever play the game!
FOOTBALL RULZ: NSW Premier League referee Kris Griffith Jones keeps us up to speed with another important rule in a new segment in the 2008 series of FSOT.
Fox Sports
Wednesday May 14 – 4.30pm
Sunday May 18 – To be played in the morning check your Fox Sports guide