Newcastle Jets FC (W-League)
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Newcastle Jets FC W-League

Newcastle Jets FC W-League
Newcastle Jets FC W-League logo.png
Full nameNewcastle United Jets W-League Football Club
Founded2008; 12 years ago (2008)
GroundNewcastle International Sports Centre
Capacity33,000
ChairmanLawrie McKinna
ManagerCraig Deans
LeagueW-League
2018-19W-League, 7th of 9
Current season

The Newcastle Jets FC, also known as the Newcastle Jets Women, is an Australian football (soccer) team. Founded in 2008, it is the affiliated women's team of Newcastle Jets. The team competes in the country's National Women's Football competition, the W-League, under licence from Football Federation Australia.

History

Establishment

Formed in 2008, following the Australian women's national soccer team's most successful experience at a FIFA Women's World Cup and the call for the establishment of a professional women's league, the W-League was initially composed of eight teams: Adelaide United, Brisbane Roar, Central Coast Mariners, Melbourne Victory, Newcastle Jets, Perth Glory, and Sydney FC.[1] Seven of the eight teams were affiliated with men's Hyundai A-League clubs, and shared their names and colours to promote their brands. The eighth club was the Canberra-based Canberra United.[2] Naming rights were secured by Westfield, a company co-founded by Frank Lowy. [3]

Year-by-year

Year & League Regular Season Finals Series
2008-09 W-League Second Place Semi-Finals
2009 W-League Eighth Place Did not qualify
2010-11 W-League Sixth Place
2011-12 W-League Fifth Place
2012-13 W-League Seventh Place
2013-14 W-League Eighth Place
2014 W-League Fifth Place
2015-16 W-League Sixth Place
2016-17 W-League Fifth Place
2017-18 W-League Third Place Semi-Finals
2018-19 W-League Seventh Place Did not qualify

Stadium

Wanderers Oval grandstand

The Newcastle Jets play their home matches at Newcastle International Sports Centre also known as Mcdonald Jones Stadium and occasionally at No.2 Sportsground in Newcastle. Before playing at the latter two venues the team played home matches at Wanderers Oval, commonly known as Magic Park, located in Broadmeadow, a suburb of Newcastle, New South Wales. The stadium features 489 grandstand seats and additional bench seating around the field for a total capacity of 3,500.[4] The pitch surface is grass.[5] It is also the home field for NPL Northern NSW club Broadmeadow Magic FC and occasionally the men's Newcastle Jets A-League team. However after a successful attempt in 2017-18 to play some of the teams home matches before the Men's games as Double Headers the club announced in September 2017 that the upcoming season would consist of 4 Double Headers with the Men's at Mcdonald Jones Home Stadium and the sole other home game being played at the No.2 Sportsground in Newcastle West which was also unveiled as the training ground for the W League and as a new home ground for the National Youth League sides as part of a partnership with Newcastle City Council.[6]

Players

Current squad

As of 1 December 2019[7]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Managerial staff

As of July 2015, the managerial staff for the Newcastle Jets FC consists of:[8]

Position Name
Head Coach Australia Craig Deans
Assistant Coach Australia Ashley Wilson
Goalkeeper Coach Australia Andrew Goldman

Broadcasting

For the 2018-19 season, all matches are scheduled to be broadcast on pay-TV network Fox Sports and the My Football app., with one match per week free-to-air on SBS.[9] In addition, ESPN+ will broadcast at least 17 W-League matches in the 2018-19 season.[10]

See also

References

  1. ^ Grainey, Tim (26 November 2013). "Grainey: A closer look at the Westfield W-League". Equalizer Soccer. Retrieved 2013.
  2. ^ "W-League to debut in October". Fox Sports. 28 July 2008. Archived from the original on 6 August 2008. Retrieved 2008.
  3. ^ Hutchison, Tracee (25 October 2008). "A weekend that could transform our world". The Age. Retrieved 2015.
  4. ^ "Magic Park". Austadiums. Retrieved 2015.
  5. ^ "Broadmeadow Magic FC". SoccerWay. Retrieved 2015.
  6. ^ "Wanderers Oval". Ultimate A-League. Retrieved 2015.
  7. ^ "Westfield W-League Ins and Outs: Melbourne Victory v Newcastle Jets". Retrieved 2018.
  8. ^ "Jets appoint new coach for W-League season". W-League. 2 July 2015. Retrieved 2015.
  9. ^ Jacob Windon (6 September 2018). "Don't miss a game How to watch every Westfield W-League 2018/19 match live". Football Federation Australia. Retrieved 2018.
  10. ^ "ESPN+ Acquires Broadcast Rights to Westfield W-League in the United States". 10 August 2018. Retrieved 2018.

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