New South Wales State League Division One

The New South Wales State League Division One is the third-highest state level men's association football division in New South Wales, Australia. The competition is conducted by Football NSW, the state's governing body.

After the end of the 2006 season, Mt Druitt Town were promoted to the NSW Winter Super League. Sydney Wanderers, Dulwich Hill and Canterbury Bankstown were demoted down into the Division One competition. The University of NSW were also promoted up from Division Two(Now Conference Leagues) into the competition. White City and Hurstville City Minotaurs was demoted to Conference League North and to Conference League South respectively.

In 2008 there will be a shake-up of the whole New South Wales Men's, Women's and Youth competitions. There will be a restructuring of the youth teams so they're aligned with their Senior Clubs. There will be also a restructuring of the Men's Senior competitions including new teams added to the NSW Premier League and a new Promotion/Relegation system.

League Format

There are 26 Rounds in total with each team playing each other twice-home and away. The Final Series consists of 5 teams semi's:
* First Week - Preliminary Semi-Final- 2nd vs 3rd + Elimination Semi-Final- 4th vs 5th
* Second Week - Major Semi-Final- 1st vs Winner PSF + Minor Semi-Final- Loser PSF vs Winner ESF
* Third Week - Preliminary Final - Loser of MJF vs Winner of MNS
* Final Week - Grand Final - Winner of MJF vs Winner of PF

Teams

2008

*Blacktown Spartans
*Dulwich Hill "(Demoted from Winter Super League)"
*Fairfield Bulls
*Hills United
*Hurstville ZSC
*Inter Lions
*Mounties FC(formerly Mt Pritchard)
*Ryde City Gunners Football Club
*Schofields Scorpions
*Spirit FC (Formally known as Gladesville Spirit)
*Stanmore Hawks
*Sydney Wanderers "(Demoted from Winter Super League)"
*UNSW "(Promoted from Division Two State League)"

2007

*Blacktown Spartans
*Canterbury Bankstown Berries "(Demoted from Winter Super League)"
*Dulwich Hill "(Demoted from Winter Super League)"
*Fairfield Bulls
*Hills United
*Hurstville ZSC
*Inter Lions
*Mt Pritchard(now known as Mounties FC)
*Ryde City Gunners Football Club
*Schofields Scorpions
*Spirit FC (Formally known as Gladesville Spirit)
*Springwood
*Sydney Wanderers "(Demoted from Winter Super League)"
*UNSW "(Promoted from Division Two State League)"

2006

*Belmore Hercules"(now known as West Sydney Berries)"
*Blacktown Spartans
*Fairfield Bulls
*Gladesville Spirit
*Hills United
*Hurstville City Minotaurs "(Demoted in 07)"
*Hurstville ZSC
*Inter Lions
*Mt Druitt Town "(Promoted to Winter Super League in 07)"
*Mt Pritchard
*Ryde City Gunners Football Club
*Schofield Scorpions
*Springwood
*White City Football Club "(Demoted in 07)"

Honours

First Grade

External links

* [http://www.footballnsw.com/comps/nswsdiv1/htstart.cl NSW State League Div 1.]


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