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!

St Michaels Football Club had a very successful 2016 Winter season and are looking to recruit new adult players for the 2017 Winter season.

We will be fielding Men’s teams/squads (meaning Firsts at 3pm and Reserves at 1pm) in All Age Div 2, O35 Div 2, O35 Div 4, O45 Div 1, O45 Div 2 and O45 Div 3.

In Women’s football we will be fielding teams in O35 Div 1 and O35 Div 2 (Sundays). It is hoped we will also be playing in the Saturday pm 6-a-side comp.

We are particularly keen to hear from players interested in playing in Men’s All Age Div 2 (Firsts or Reserves) and Men’s O35 Div 2 (Firsts), however new players at all levels are welcome.”

Please contact us for more information.

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.

The StMFC Committee is pleased to advise that it has made its first donation to the Club’s official charity – StreetWork. An amount of $2,090 was donated last week. The funds will be used to expand the mentor program – a program that is so critical in helping young people aged between 11 and 18 who are “at risk”.