2019 McDonalds Fundraising Event

As great supporters of the local community and St George Football, McDonalds South Hurstville is donating 10% of all sales on TUESDAY 2 JULY between 6-8pm to Oatley FC.

So grab the family and your team and go and have a burger, wrap, salad, shake, fries, nuggets, sundae or anything else and help make it a successful night for the club.

See you there!


Who’s that? Paul Spight

Seen a strange man in orange watching Oatley FC games this season? That’s Paul Spight, and he’s been around Oatley FC for many years. His company, The Currency Exchange, proudly supports the club and we caught up with him to ask the tough questions that everyone wants answered, including why he isn’t currently wearing the club colours.

Q) Hi Paul
A) Hi, OFC

Q) First things first, you supposedly love OFC but this season are playing for Lugarno FC. Whose side are you on?
A) How rude. I’ve played for Oatley for many years, currently sponsor the club and have been active on the committee. This season our over-45 team fell over and will be revived next year, allowing me to come back in all my glory. Lugarno offered me an option to keep playing Friday nights.

Q) Sounds suspicious to us. Where do we play our home
A) Renown Park

Q) Who is our President?
A) Peter Jones.

Q) What colour socks do we wear?
A) Red. How long is this going to go on for?

Q) Alright then. So, you made a lucky winner at last season’s OFC Gala Dinner a millionaire. That’s a very generous donation and we thank you. 
A) Always happy to make people millionaires – just has to be in Indonesian Rupiah. My business is The Currency Exchange and we buy and sell foreign currency cash.

Q) Nice segue into The Currency Exchange. So, your just change cash into foreign currency, right?
A) We change Aussie to foreign, foreign back to Aussie, and we also issue and reload travel cards called Cash Passports. These are a great way to take money away overseas, and also an alternative or backup to the  traveller’s own credit card, because these things can get lost. We have stores inconveniently located in Wollongong and the Northern Beaches. Oatley is….mutually inconvenient.

Q) So, no branches near here for us to use?
A) No, but we do have a home delivery service so can deliver currency or cards straight to people’s homes. It’s a great option.

Q) How long will it be before nobody needs to carry cash on a foreign holiday? And what will that mean to  you?
A) Cash is declining but there are pockets where cash is still the best. It’s usually best to have a bit of cash as  well as a card – especially for small purchases. Surprisingly Japan is very cash based – Ramen houses and  smaller shops are cash only. Other places like Hawaii and Vegas still love cash as well – easier to get tips! Sweden has a goal of becoming the first cashless country. They even want people to use cards to pay for  toilets and other small items., and many shops and restaurants there already don’t take cash at all. Obviously  the move away from cash will affect our industry, but as we also sell travel cards we are slightly insulated – I  don’t need a new job just yet.

Q) Back to football. Who’s your favourite team outside of OFC?
A) Tranmere Rovers.

Q) Tranmere who?
A) Pride of the Wirral – newly promoted back to  England’s League 1. I lived there when I was a kid. I guess it’s where I got the club sponsorship bug from – they were passing around a bucket to keep the club afloat when I first saw them play in 1983. 

Q) That’s cute. What about Lugarno? Where do they come on your list?
A) My catchphrase is “pass me the ball in the box and I’ll score you a goal”, as long as they keep doing that they are on the list.

Q) How do our members make use of your business?
A) Via our website https://thecurrencyexchange.com.au which has links to home delivery, and other  information including travel tips are regularly updated on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TheCurrencyExchange/

Q) Lugarno are playing Oatley. It’s 2-2 in the last minutes of the game. Who are you rooting for?
A) You’re not letting this go, are you?

Q) No. Want to buy an OFC hoodie and prove your support? They’re available on TeamApp.
A) I’ve already got one thanks. Bye!


2019 Dates for Finals series

Hi Everyone,

Below is a table of dates for the 2019 Finals Series

All non competition grades finish on the 17th August 2019

 Seniors - AAB,C,D,E,F,G,H
U21 M & G
All other Comp Juniors
Sunday Juniors
A Grade Junior, 17,18
Sunday Seniors
SEMI FINALS10/08/201911/08/201916/08/201917/08/201917/08/201918/08/201924/08/201924/08/201925/08/2019
GRAND FINAL24/08/201925/08/201930/08/201931/08/201931/08/20191/09/20197/09/20197/09/20198/09/2019

Female Football Festival – June 16th 2019

Join us on JUNE 16TH for a fantastic festival of female football!

It’s back-to-back action throughout the day, as our girls and women’s teams take on their local rivals at Renown Park.

The day kicks off at 9am with our Girls Under 12 A’s, and culminates in a Premier Women’s League fixture that starts at 3pm.

Come down and lend your support. As always your kids get FREE access to wide open spaces to run around and play, whilst you watch great football with great people. 

The canteen will be open from midday serving BBQ, drinks, coffee and snacks.

Full Fixture Line-up

  • 9am – 12GA
  • 10.05am – 16GB
  • 11.30am – 16GA
  • 1pm – 21G
  • 3pm – Premier Women’s League

This festival is ONLY available at Oatley F.C.

See you there!

Oatley F.C. Committee


Matildas vs. Italy at the Oatley Hotel

Join us in watching the Matildas VS Italy in the northern lounge at Oatley Hotel.

Sunday 9 June.

The room is available from 8pm and the game starts at 9pm.

Adults and children welcome.

Order your dinner beforehand!

Oatley FC Committee


New Building – Use and Etiquette

Attention Managers and Coaches

As you’ll have seen, we’ve been making a transition to our new building over recent weeks. The process is almost complete, aside from some lock changes (waiting on council, details to follow) and our organization of training gear to their final positions in new racks. 

We need your help in three key areas:
1) Training Gear and Other Equipment: Let’s get this right. Space is limited and we’ll need your help to ensure items are returned to clearly labelled areas so that everybody can find items easily when arriving for training. This will be finalised shortly and signace placed in the room. 
2) Changing Room Use: If your team makes use of the new changing rooms, it is your team’s responsibility to ensure that the home AND away rooms are clean of rubbish and other items, immediately following EVERY TIME they are used. Let’s make sure that the team following you arrives to a clean environment. 
3) Matchday Equipment – Caged Area: This is the equipment located near the tank. This equipment is only to be used for match day – not for training. Items such as witches hats, poles, balls etc are located in the gear room

Committee members will monitor usage of these areas until everything is functioning smoothly – please ensure your players take pride in the club and the facilities that we share. 

OFC Committee


Managers meeting and gear pickup

Managers meetings have been scheduled for the 11th and 13th of March at Renown Park.  A representative from each team must attend.

At the meeting each team will be given their gear (ie shorts, socks, playing shirt, bag and training shirt for new players)

We will also being giving info regarding ref fees team sheets etc.

Under 6, 7 and 8 teams @ 7pm on Monday 11th March
Under 9, 10 and 11 teams @ 8pm on Monday 11th March
Under 12 to 16 teams @ 7pm on Wednesday 13th March

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