BRIGHT APPIAH: 12-year-old Ghanaian-born striker BRIGHT APPIAH, who plays for Eastern Suburbs in the Metropolitan Representative League, is being courted by three different sports but football is his passion. Bright has played rugby league, is the National 100-metre and 200-metre sprint champion while the AFL code is also trying to enticing him away from the world game.
FOOTBALL SUPERSTAR: Irish-born singer BRIAN McFADDEN would rather play in an FA Cup final than perform a worldwide hit. This football tragic has the best of the both worlds. Brian and ex-Matildas star AMY TAYLOR are the co-hosts of the new TV show FOOTBALL SUPERSTAR on Fox 8 and our cameras were there at the official launch.
GREG GIOVENALI: Greg is playing professional Futsal in the highly-rated Italian competition for the famous Lazio club. This 20yo Futsalroo has a bright future in the game and made his dream move to Italy three years ago (We also meet Greg’s brother RHYS, who is one of the contenders in Football Superstar)
CROSSBAR CHALLENGE: It’s back!! This week’s crossbar challenge is certainly unique as Sydney FC star NICK TSATTALIOS takes on three rookies from the NEWINGTON College in Sydney. Will the rookies prevail?
TIP TOP COACHING & SKILLS TIPS: Football NSW high-performance manager PAUL BENTVELZEN is back with more tips from the top!! There’s plenty to learn as Paul and his team take us through their paces
FOOTBALL RULZ: NSW Telechoice Premier League referee KRIS GRIFFITH JONES returns for more about the rules of the game. This week Kris explains what constitutes a DIRECT FREE-KICK.
MATCH OF THE ROUND: This week it’s our first look at 2007 Champions BLACKTOWN CITY DEMONS as they host PENRITH UNITED. The DEMONS have had a horror run this season losing 16 players and our report goes behind the scenes at one of the most productive nurseries in NSW football.
GOAL OF THE WEEK: ALEXANDER GARDIKIOTIS (Bankstown City), DANIEL LYONS (Wyong Emus) and JOSHUA SPINA (Parramatta PCYC) are all fighting for honours in our weekly Goal of the Week competition
Fox Sports 2 Screening Times
Wednesday 25th June – 4.30pm