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National Second Tier club representatives hold meetings to plan for next year’s launch

Soccer clubs across the nation are gearing up for a significant milestone in Australian football history, the launch of the National Second Tier (NST) competition. 

Over the past few weeks, representatives from the NST foundation clubs – including South Melbourne FC and Sydney Olympic FC – have been engaged in discussions with Football Australia to lay out plans for the future of the competition.

Recently, South Melbourne FC held the inaugural meeting for the NST competition. This was followed by an event in Sydney hosted by Club Marconi. The event was attended by National Second Tier General Manager Nathan Godfrey and Football Australia Chair Anter Isaac.

In a post on Facebook, South Melbourne FC shared that they looked forward to the launch of the competition.

“This is an exciting time for Australian Football, and we’re eager to continue collaborating with everyone involved to ensure a seamless and successful launch of the NST,” the post read.

“Stay tuned for further updates as they become available.”