The last day of the season for the Novi Sport Club, the club that owns the stadium at the southern end of Sydney’s central business district, will be this Friday, when they’ll host their final match against the West Sydney Wanderers.
They will play a friendly against the Sydney Swans on Friday night, before the finals at ANZ Stadium in a match that will decide who gets the club’s first-ever football stadium, and the club, which opened the venue in November.
The match will be played in front of the Sydney Entertainment Centre and will kick off at 7:30pm, and will be followed by an hour-long warm-up and a final pre-match practice at 9:30.
The club said the match would be a “test of fitness” and an opportunity to “teach a new generation of players how to be successful in the sport”.
It’s a bit of a bittersweet moment for the club and a bitterskeen reminder of the challenges of running a football club and managing a football stadium.
The club’s chairman Andrew Miller said the announcement was “a great opportunity for us to get to the finals and hopefully win them”.””
We’re going to try and find a way to stay afloat in the community, we’ll do our best to keep doing what we’re doing.”
The club’s chairman Andrew Miller said the announcement was “a great opportunity for us to get to the finals and hopefully win them”.
“It’s an opportunity for the players to have a great experience,” he said.
“It’ll be an opportunity, for us, for our club to be a success.”
The last day for the community to see the club in a new environment is probably the last day we can play at the club.
“The final match is scheduled for Sunday, with the final scheduled to be held on Friday evening.
The final game of the year is due to take place at ANA Stadium on May 31, and has not been announced.