NSW Hakoah Feds Football (Soccer)


NSW Hakoah Feds Football (Soccer)

Hakoah Sydney City East Football Club is an Australian semi-professional soccer club based in Sydney.

The club was formed in 1939 as Sydney Hakoah by members of Sydney’s Jewish community. They played between 1977 and 1986 in the National Soccer League as Eastern Suburbs (1977–1979) and Sydney City (1979–1987). One of the most successful sides in New South Wales and interstate competitions in the 1960s and early 1970s coached by the now-retired Bob Szatmari, Hakoah, was also one of the main instigators for establishing a national league.

From 1988 to today, Hakoah FC has competed in the NSW State League North Conference in the NSW State Leagues. Recently, we have moved up through the New South Wales football ranks and have been promoted rapidly. We are currently in PS4 National Premier Leagues NSW Men’s 1 in the 2016 season playing as Hakoah Sydney City East FC. Since 2011 we have won a combined total of eight Premierships, Championships and Club Championships under the Hakoah FC banner playing out of Hensley Athletic Field.

For inquiries, you can email directly to Kevin Koton (Senior) & Ofer Greenberg (Youth + SAP):
[email protected]

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