Welcome to Football (the World Game) in the Northern Suburbs!

This site is designed to provide essential information for Junior Players of the World Game in the Northern Suburbs of Hobart, Tasmania (and parents might want to have a look too!).

The 2016 Full Roster for all ages can now be viewed or downloaded on the Roster Page


If you have any questions or concerns please contact the NSJSA Committee on email




for 2016 yet to be confirmed




The OFFSIDE Rule doesn't officially come into the game until U12's, however a cautionary approach is detailed for the U10 & U11 age groups. The  NSJSA Committee requests all Coaches, Referess and Parents to discourage offside tactics. Having attacking players stand in front of goal not directly involved with play is NOT IN THE SPIRIT OF THE GAME, Play should be stopped and the player encouraged to move back into an onside position and get involved with the game before restarting play.




Monthly Delegates Meeting

All are welcome

Date, Time and Location of next meeting to be confirmed. 


As always we are looking for


to get involved at all levels so if you have a bit of spare time during the week or on weekends to help out or whether you may be interested in taking up a Coaching poisition then dont just stand on the sideline, put your hand up and let us know.

Extra help is always appreciated!



Site highlights:-

NSJSA 2016 Calendar of Events


Rules of the Game U6 to U11

coaching tips

ground directory

contact information 

frequently asked questions

links for the kids 

Coaching Courses:

Football Federation Tasmania Grass Roots and Junior Licence Courses are scheduled and all NSJSA coaches are encouraged to register  - Grass Roots is available at no cost and for your Junior Licence NSJSA will refund you half of the registration fee.  For further details got to the FFT website or ring FFT on (03) 62733299.

Featured Links:

For Coaches and Club Volunteers: 
Information about Donwloads on this site:

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We hope you enjoy our site.