Football NSW well represented at 2022 NSW Sports Awards


Football NSW has been nominated in the ‘Organisation of the Year’ amongst four other categories as the 2022 NSW Sports Awards finalists were announced.

NSW Para Football star Jeremy Boyce will contest in the ‘Young Athlete of the Year with a Disability’ while his championship winning squad the NSW State 7-a-side team has been nominated in the ‘Team of the Year with a Disability’ category.

“I want to thank Football NSW for the nomination and recognising the hard work that I have put in towards a big year with the Pararoos and supporting us going into an even bigger year in 2023,” said Boyce upon his nomination.

Socceroos coach Graham Arnold who famously guided the Australian side to this year’s 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup was nominated for ‘Coach of the Year’ while Football NSW’s long serving Head of Competitions Troy McColl has been listed in the ‘Administrator of the Year’ category.

“It’s always a huge honour to be nominated for any award so to be recognised in five categories is a great achievement for Football in NSW,” said Football NSW CEO Stuart Hodge.

“We’d like to wish all nominees the best of luck on what has been a huge year for the sport.”

The 2022 NSW Sports Awards are NSW’s highest sports honours with the ceremony set to take place on Monday 28th of November at the Exhibition Centre in Darling Harbour.

The ceremony will be attended by the elite of NSW Sport and the Awards celebrate the achievements of NSW athletes, coaches, administrators, officials and organisations.

Click here to view the full list of this years finalists.