Cromer Park to host 2024 State Cup Finals

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Cromer Park, home to the Manly Warringah Football Association (MWFA), will host the Football NSW State Cup Finals across two-massive days of quality community football on Saturday 13th of July and Sunday 14th for the second successive year.

Cromer Park is set to facilitate all 14 matches, Saturday hosting all the Girls and Women’s finals while Sunday the Boys and Men’s spectacle.

Age groups commencing from the 13 Boys and Girls competitions right to the Over 35 men and All Age Women will take shape.

Two age groups have been named after former administrators and football advocates who have assisted in the development of our game in NSW.

The 21 Men will be taking part in the Robertson Cup while the All Age Men will be playing for the Bill Cullinan Cup.

Football NSW CEO John Tsatsimas was looking forward to seeing some of the best talents across NSW compete in arguably one of the most prestigious grassroots tournaments hosted in the state.

“Football NSW is once again excited about being able to bring the finals of the 2024 State Cup competition to the great facility of Cromer Park , the traditional home of the Manly Warringah Association.

“As usual the competition will be strong in all ages over a fantastic weekend.

“We look forward to some great talents showcasing their wares as the best players in our state battle it out for silverware and adding new chapters to the history of this great and longstanding competition.”

MWFA Chief Executive Officer David Mason was proud to see one of the country’s biggest grassroots tournaments return to Manly in 2024.

“The Manly Warringah Football Association is delegated to be hosting the Football NSW State Cup Finals at Cromer Park, for the second successive year.

“Cromer Park is regarded as one of the showpiece football facilities in NSW and we’re pleased to be able to host the best football teams from all across NSW for the finals.

“MWFA clubs have a proud history in the State Cup and look forward to working with Football NSW to put on two first class finals days to finish what has been a tough year on a high.”