Sunday 21st July and all roads will lead to Valentines Sports Park when ESFA Clubs hope to make history for the Association and themselves.
Randwick City FC AAM Championship strive to be the first ESFA Club to win the Bill Cullinan Cup. With Coogee United AAM1 reaching the Final in 2018 against the same opponents, Kirrawee Kangaroos FC, we trust that in 2019 the tables will be reversed and Randwick City will be written in the ESFA history books.
Randwick City kick off their final on Valentines Sports Park field 2 at 1:45pm and with a supporters bus making their way down to Glenwood, it is sure to be an excellent atmosphere and a brilliant display of football.
Let’s not think that history can’t be made twice on the same day! Dunbar Rovers O35 Championship coming off a successful 2018 season as ESFA Premiers, ESFA Champions and Football NSW Champion of Champions, are on the brink of becoming the first ESFA team to win the O35 State Cup. Dunbar face Como Jannali FC who previously won the Cup in 2014.
Dunbar FC kick off immediately following the AAM at 3:45pm on Valentines Sports Park Field 2.
Settle in for the afternoon and watch while history is created.
Click here for the official program for the day and find out which players are representing their Clubs.
We wish both Clubs and teams the ultimate success.