The best part of the game is the champagne! St Michaels Football Club is getting ready for Season 2021 – AND WE WANT YOU! We have teams for men and women of all ages and levels.
No prior soccer experience required. Many of our players grew up playing netball, hockey, rugby, AFL and plenty played nothing at all. No gradings – join a team with your mates – or we can introduce you to the right team. Interested – click below…

Fitness sessions every Wednesday from 6.30pm to 7.30pm at Burns Bay Reserve.

The St Michael’s O35, Women’s “CATS” football team (Est. 2010) celebrated winning the 2020 Div 4 League Title after an undefeated 13 round (plus 1 friendly) season!

At our end of season celebration, each of the players and our coach had an opportunity to acknowledge a team-mate with a short speech recognising the invaluable contribution they had made to the season. A fun night was had by all!

Played Won Drawn Lost GF GA GD Points
13 13 0 0 44 8 36 39

It was a remarkable season, both on and off the field! We played on hot & humid days, in the rain & mud, through sleet, on the windiest day and even under a rainbow! All under the expert guidance of the best Coach and Club Legend, Pete King!

Congratulations to:- Annie Mackin, Barbara De Roover, Carmel Sparke, Carmela Kendrick-Smith, Cathy Miletta, Emma Sacre, Erika Callanan, Fiona Levens, Gita Mathur, Jacqueline Du Toit, Jacqui Franchi, Kate Drysdale, Kate McKeown, Margot Phelps, Michelle McCoy, Robin McLennan, Robyn Cubis, Yvonne Tuckett and of course Coach: Peter King.

A special thanks to Lou, our long-time supporter, all our regular supporters (husbands, partners, parents, siblings, children, friends and club members) who turned up at our games on a Sunday to encourage us from the sidelines.

Thanks also to Jonathan for always being available to help with the organisation & smooth running of the games and supporting us throughout the season.

What a great club! What a magnificent team! What a great Coach! What an encouraging group of supporters!

THANK-YOU-ALL and Go the mighty Cats!

Cathy Miletta See Less

A warm welcome to our new Women’s All Age team! 
St Michaels FC are proud to announce our new Woman’s All Age team for 2019. Comprising of a number of former St Michaels primary school students and their friends, the new team will be playing in NSFA WAA Div 3 and are keenly looking forward to their debut season. Coached by current St Michaels O45 legend Mike Almond, we would like to wish the girls the very best of luck this year.

What are the chances of a footballer being called on to give lifesaving CPR to a player in the opposing team, not once, but twice in three weeks?

John Galicek, a GP,  who is a defender for St Michaels over 45s team in the Northern Suburbs Football Association, on two occasions gave vital heart massage until a defibrillator could be found. At the second incident the team forgot to bring their defibrillator but there was one at the oval.

Mr Galicek said he will now write to Premier Gladys Berejiklian saying state government should oversee the provision and maintenance of the equipment to be used in event of a cardiac arrest.

The first incident was a Division 2 game over 45s fixture between West Pymble and St Michaels at Norman Griffiths Oval, West Pymble.

“We were half an hour into the game when there was a break in play.  I am a defender, this other fellow was a defender and players were saying ’emergency,'” he said.

Read the full article on SMH

Many congratulations to the 45/1A boys on winning the State Champions of Champions comp yesterday!

Going behind to an early bullet header from a corner by Engadine, they dug in and eventually prevailed thanks to goals from Bobby Colville late into the second half and then Pete Blakeley with the golden goal winner in extra time.

Congratulations to our 35-2R’s finishing as title holders for 2017 after a thumping 9-0 victory last Saturday

The Bayern Neverlosen side last night won the Final of the Riverview 6 a side summer (O35) competition. They beat a strong Conquerors (Hunters Hill All Saints FC) team 1-0 to make it the second time that St Michaels have won this comp, the last time being in 2014. Well done to the lads from the O35/2A winter side!

Congratulations to the M35/2R team in winning a thrilling Grand Final at Blackman on Saturday. The boys played positive attacking football all game to bring home a 2-0 victory over Northbridge. Both goals were scored by Steve Smith and setup by Craig Smith and capped off a memorable season which included winning the Minor Premiership. The 45/2A’s were not so fortunate in their Grand final debut, going down 3-0 to Prouille later that evening at Blackman. Despite a positive first half, a much needed goal was not forthcoming and a stronger second half by Prouille gave them the edge. At Kingsford Smith, the 45/3A’s wrapped up the Minor Premiership with a solid 3-1 win over Greenwich. Despite hitting the woodwork multiple times, goals to Toby , Marc Bineham and Pete Grantham secured the win and wrapped up a very successful season
So all in all, a memorable season for St Michaels, with 10 of the 13 teams finishing in the top 4 and 5 teams in 1st place. Bring on 2017 and see you all at this Friday nights celebration

500 goals for St Michaels – a fantastic effort StMFC in reaching 500 goals for the season so far. With 10 teams currently in the top 4 we are poised for an exciting finish to the season


Rick Candido proudly presents a framed StMFC jersey to Helen Banu from our charity StreetWork


Rick Candido proudly presents a framed StMFC jersey to our sponsors Mark Casiglia from appleDental and Jack Perisa from Lane Cove Physio

A fantastic win to the Cougars in last Sundays pouring rain with a huge 4-2 victory over Northbridge at Blackman. Who says cats don’t like water!


In a first for StMFC, a father and son played in the same All Age Div 3R game last weekend – Alex and superdad Richard Hawtin. Alex acclimatised well from playing AFL the day before and not having played football for 5 years while Dad managed to keep a clean sheet! Dad is the one on the left in case there is any confusion.