Fixtures

NPL, Nouvelle-Galles du Sud 07/09 05:00 19 Manly United vs Blacktown City - View
NPL, Nouvelle-Galles du Sud 07/15 09:00 20 Manly United vs Druitt Town Rangers - View
NPL, Nouvelle-Galles du Sud 07/24 05:00 21 Sydney United vs Manly United - View
NPL, Nouvelle-Galles du Sud 07/31 05:00 22 Manly United vs Rockdale City Suns - View

Résultats

NPL, Nouvelle-Galles du Sud 07/01 09:00 18 [1] Manly United v Marconi Stallions [5] L 0-1
NPL, Nouvelle-Galles du Sud 06/25 08:00 17 [9] Wollongong Wolves v Manly United [1] D 1-1
NPL, Nouvelle-Galles du Sud 06/18 05:00 16 [12] North Shore Mariners v Manly United [3] W 0-3
NPL, Nouvelle-Galles du Sud 06/10 09:00 15 [2] Manly United v FC Sydney [5] D 0-0
NPL, Nouvelle-Galles du Sud 06/03 09:00 14 [4] Manly United v Sutherland Sharks [10] W 2-1
NPL, Nouvelle-Galles du Sud 05/28 09:00 13 [7] Manly United v APIA Leichhardt Tigers [2] W 4-1
FFA Cup, Tour préliminaire, Australie-Méridionale 05/25 08:30 - Northern Tigers v Manly United L 6-1
NPL, Nouvelle-Galles du Sud 05/20 09:00 12 [5] Manly United v Sydney Olympic [4] D 0-0
NPL, Nouvelle-Galles du Sud 05/15 06:00 11 [1] Rockdale City Suns v Manly United [7] W 0-1
NPL, Nouvelle-Galles du Sud 05/06 09:00 10 [6] Manly United v Sydney United [8] W 1-0
NPL, Nouvelle-Galles du Sud 04/30 09:00 9 [11] Druitt Town Rangers v Manly United [7] W 2-4
NPL, Nouvelle-Galles du Sud 04/24 07:00 8 [5] Blacktown City v Manly United [6] L 3-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 19 8 11
Wins 9 5 4
Draws 5 2 3
Losses 5 1 4
Goals for 27 12 15
Goals against 21 3 18
Clean sheets 8 5 3
Failed to score 5 3 2

Wikipedia - Manly United FC

Manly United Football Club is an Australian football club based in the northern beaches area of Sydney. The club competes in the National Premier Leagues NSW and their home ground is Cromer Park, in the suburb of Dee Why, approximately 15 minutes away from Manly.

Its main grandstand is named after former Socceroo captain Lucas Neill, who played for the club as a junior.

Manly United Football Club Ltd. was officially formed in 2004 by the Manly Warringah Soccer Association. However, there have been many representative teams competing for the association prior to this date. Notably, the previous club was called Manly Warringah Dolphins, that formed from the merger of Manly-North Shore United and Warringah Freshwater at the close of the 1991 NSW Division 1 season for the start of the upcoming 1992 NSW Super League season.

History

Neerlandia / Manly Warringah

A Dutch club called Neerlandia competed in the 1959 Sydney Federation Division Two, won the premiership and gained entry into the Sydney Federation Division One for 1960.

The club changed its name to Manly Warringah from 1960. The side had spent 14 seasons throughout the New South Wales top flight in 1960, 1968, and from 1976 to 1987 before being relegated to Division Two. With the club struggling, it merged with North Shore United in 1991. North Shore United itself was a merger of two clubs Ku-Ring-Gai and North Sydney-Artarmon (for the 1989 season). The Manly-North Shore United merger dissolved after the 1991 NSW Division One season, with Manly merging with Warringah Freshwater. North Shore United would continue to send representative teams to tournaments as Ku-Ring-Gai Districts.

Warringah Freshwater

Warringah Narrabeen (and from 1986 Warringah Freshwater) was a club that had competed throughout the early 1980s in NSW Division Two, even winning the title in 1983. With promotion in 1984 to NSW Division One, the club maintained mid-lower half of the table across their eight-year sojourn in the top flight. Their highest place finish was 5th, achieved in 1991 before merging with Manly for the newly revamped "NSW Super League" in 1992.

Manly Warringah Dolphins

The merger of Manly-North Shore United and Warringah Freshwater created the Manly Warringah Dolphins at the close of the 1991 NSW Division 1 season for the start of the upcoming NSW Super League season. The club had gained promotion into the NSW Premier League for the start of the 2004–05 season. At the time, the club was operating solely as a representative branch for the Manly Warringah Soccer Association (MWSA). However, it was a requirement from Soccer NSW that all Federation Clubs be a separate incorporated body and so Manly United Football Club Ltd. was formed.

Manly United (2004–present)

Manly United have competed in the NSW Tier 1 since 2004–05 when they were elevated to the NSW Premier League after winning the Super League Division. Manly United is considered an important side in the NSWPL, as it is based on a geographical area, rather than founded by a single ethnic group like some other ex-NSL clubs.

The original Logo of the renamed Manly United Football Club in 2004 was a collective of an Osprey sea bird, a Football & a Dolphin joined as one, these three icons represent the local MWFA Association (Osprey), a Football & Manly Warringah Dolphins (Dolphin). The Club again changed its logo in 2016 to reflect the evolution of Manly United Football Club and its ownership and association with Manly Warringah Football Association.

The club is the representative arm of the Manly Warringah Football Association (MWFA), the largest community Football Association in Australia with more than 20,000 players.

Divisional History

  • 2004–2012: NSW Premier League (NSW Tier 1)
  • 2013–present: National Premier Leagues NSW (NSW Tier 1)

Manly Warringah Dolphins

  • 1992–1996: Super League (NSW Tier 1)
  • 1997–1999: Division One (NSW Tier 2)
  • 2000: Super League (NSW Tier 1)
  • 2001–2004: Winter Super League (NSW Tier 2)