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Charlestown Azzurri FC will enter the Herald Women’s Premier League (WPL) in 2021 after Northern
NSW Football (NNSWF) announced that Merewether United FC’s WPL teams would transition to the club
from this season. Charlestown Azzurri FC to enter Herald WPL from 2021 - 12th February 2021
Charlestown Azzurri FC will enter the Herald Women’s Premier League (WPL) in 2021 after Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) announced that Merewether United FC’s WPL teams would transition to the club from this season.
Website: Newcastle Herald Story
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TRIAL DETAILS - 2021 U13 NPL Squad - 30th October 2020
An open trial was held on Saturday 7th November at Allen Davis Oval, Gateshead. Arrive 4.30pm to register for a 5pm start, finish 6.30pm. Players were short listed and invited back for a final trial to be held on Tuesday 10th November, 6pm to 7.30pm.
The Charlestown City Blues FC today announced Graham Law as Head Football Coach for the Club. Graham Law named Coach - 8th September 2019
The Charlestown City Blues FC today announced Graham Law as Head Football Coach for the Club.
FORZA AZZURRI!! - 22nd July 2019
Charlestown City Blues F.C. is delighted to announce our club will register under the playing name of Charlestown Azzurri F.C. for the 2020 playing season.
Soccer fans in Australia will soon be free to once again bring national flags to matches at all levels as part of Football Federation Australia's relaxation of rules around club identities. FFA to lift ban on national flags after club identity policy shift - 9th July 2019
Soccer fans in Australia will soon be free to once again bring national flags to matches at all levels as part of Football Federation Australia's relaxation of rules around club identities.
Website: The Sydney Morning Herald
Charlestown have recruited former national league player Adam Hughes to lead their injury-hit defence for the rest of the Northern NSW NPL season.
Coach David Tanchevski said Hughes agreed to terms with the Blues on Wednesday night ahead of the deadline for NPL roster changes closing on Thursday afternoon. Charlestown sign former A-League player to bolster defence - 1st May 2019
Charlestown have recruited former national league player Adam Hughes to lead their injury-hit defence for the rest of the Northern NSW NPL season. Coach David Tanchevski said Hughes agreed to terms with the Blues on Wednesday night ahead of the deadline for NPL roster changes closing on Thursday afternoon.
Website: Newcastle Herald
Charlestown City Blues were excited and proud after playing a key role in the removal of Football Federation Australia's controversial National Club Identity Policy (NCIP). Charlestown Blues take pride in role to remove FFA policy - 5th March 2019
Charlestown City Blues were excited and proud after playing a key role in the removal of Football Federation Australia's controversial National Club Identity Policy (NCIP).
Website: Newcastle Herald
Former Charlestown City Blues President Anthony Di Nardo joined us to discuss the latest NCIP developments. FNR_Football - Anthony Di Nardo on Evenings on FNR - 14th September 2018
Former Charlestown City Blues President Anthony Di Nardo joined us to discuss the latest NCIP developments.
Website: Football National Radio
Charlestown City Blues have welcomed a call from Football Federation Australia to review its controversial policy banning ethnic club names and logos but say their fight will not end until Azzurri returns to their title. Blue steel: Charlestown vow to continue fight to regain Azzurri name - 7th September 2018
Charlestown City Blues have welcomed a call from Football Federation Australia to review its controversial policy banning ethnic club names and logos but say their fight will not end until Azzurri returns to their title.
Website: Newcastle Herald
CHARLESTOWN City and their Italian supporters are determined to take their case to the Supreme Court after failing at the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) to restore the name Azzurri to the club’s title. Azzurri blue: Charlestown taking case against FFA, NNSWF to Supreme Court - 1st September 2018
CHARLESTOWN City and their Italian supporters are determined to take their case to the Supreme Court after failing at the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) to restore the name Azzurri to the club’s title.
Website: Newcastle Herald


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