Our Feb- March season  at Blackman Oval was great fun, with 4 teams entering under the PASA Stallions FC Name – 3 Men’s and 1 Mixed team.

The following players have been named the best players for their respective teams:










And here are the Leading Goalscorer for all the teams













PASA Stallions FC and Ultra Football have come together to give our members discounts on the whole Ultra Football site.

Please see the details below on how to sign up and get discounts store wide.



Currently Ultra Football are helping reduce the costs of the upcoming Football season by offering 30%  on all football boots available online at ultrafootball.com, including free express next day delivery in NSW metro areas on all orders over $150.

Ultra Football is a new global football retail concept partnering with Adidas, New Balance, Nike and Puma.

Ultra Football represents all things football. Currently, the Ultra Football Flagship Retail Store due to open in Alexandria later this year.

The Ultra Football store will be the world’s largest football concept store and will incorporate Adidas, New Balance, Nike and Puma retail space, a licenced restaurant/café, broadcast/TV Studio, Official PS4 & EA Sports Interactive Zone, Teamwear Consulting Rooms, Artificial Grass Mini-Field and Customisation Station.

Please follow Ultra Football on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram @ultrafootballau or register at ultrafootball.com to keep up to date with Ultra Football.

To redeem this discount offer, please enter FNSW.30 at the checkout when purchasing online at ultrafootball.com









The tragedy of the Brazilian club Chapecoense touches us all at PASA Stallions FC. All sporting clubs have a special culture that binds people of all walks of life together. Whilst each tragedy that occurs in the world is sad, the fact that a football club has now lost its entire roster on their way to do something that we love, is heartbreaking. History has shown this before. Manchester United, Alianza Lima, Torino are some of the clubs to go through this previously. Hopefully events like this show how we should enjoy every single minute that we can do what we love, which is kicking a football with mates. Sending love and strength to everyone involved in this tragedy



It’s fitting that on our 10th season, we are set to embark on our biggest season ever. PASA Stallions FC has great honour and privilege in announcing that this season will see 10 teams competing under the PASA Stallions FC banner.


4 x Mens All Age ( Lane Cove and Asquith)

3 x Mixed Teams (Lane Cove, Asquith, Lindfield)

3x Womens All Age ( Asquith)


PASA Stallions FC is proud that every year we encourage people to play this beautiful game. From small and humble beginnings, we have now become a real force and leader in Northern Suburbs’ Football Association 6 a side competition. This success is attributed to each and every player who has played for PASA Stallions FC, thereby spreading the word and encouraging people to play during the winter off season.

When our season begins on the 11th October, all our teams will be aiming to compete in their respective competitions and succeed. We hope that all the current players enjoy the season ahead!


Forever Red and White.


PASA Stallions FC once again qualified for Football NSW’s Summer Football Champion of Champions tournament held at their headquarters in Valentine Park. The squad consisted of the main nucleus of players who played in the last tournament plus some very handy additions made up of players from our 4 men’s teams.  We were drawn in Group 2, consisting of Northbridge FC, Mosman FC and UNSW FC.

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Our first game was against Northbridge FC. They got off the blocks quickly, scoring after 10 seconds. However, we got our composure back and managed to score a goal in reply a few minutes later through Chris Dickson. Northbridge then capitalised on a few mistakes to go 3-1 up at half time. We fought hard to make it 3-2 with a clever goal from Vince Tavernese, however Northbridge scored straight of the kickoff to make it 4-2 and hold on for the win.


Our second game was a do or die matter. We have to win knowing that a loss would put us out of the competition. The boys responded as such and came out all guns blazing against a Mosman FC team who won their first game 4-1.  A good passing display straight out saw Seb Menendez score our first goal of the game which was well deserved. We then pounced once again with Dayne Fernandes making it 2-0. We knew that we had to keep scoring and that’s exactly what we did with Vince Tavernese scoring straight after half time. Our goalkeeper Rohan Thomas made some amazing saves to keep it at 3-0 and that wast the final score.


Our third game saw us needing to win by 3 goals and hope that Mosman beat Northbridge. Our our part, we started of a bit nervous, and UNSW FC capitalised on that, scoring to make it 1-0. They then proceeded to park the bus, and threw in a bit of acting to try and get a result. However the PASA boys never give up and got a much deserved equaliser with Seb Menendez making a great run and smashing the ball home.  Unfortunately we didn’t get the result we needed to make the semi’s, and finished second in our group.


Credit must be given to each and everyone of the players who played for the team in the competition. Tournaments like these don’t come around that often and its always a pleasure representing our association and promoting our club to the greater community.12378029_10153036582251191_1899220746335927045_o




Our Men’s 1 Team were mostly made up of North Sydney United players, due to the help of Jose Antonio Horna. This created an amazing chemistry, that saw them achieve the ultimate reward – Champions of the Tuesday Night Men’s comp.

The team carried a lot of momentum into the friendly games they played. After getting used to playing with each other in smaller divisions, games were being won convincingly . The season proper started with a derby win against the other PASA team, while there was a small hiccup the following game against NorthSydeSkills, going down 6-4.  After bouncing back against Manchesthair, the good run of form continued until a last minute winner by The Factory saw the winning streak come to a halt.  However, the following game was a game that sent shockwaves through the rest of the competition by defeating the previously unbeaten AC Calabresos 5-0 in a clinical, near perfect performance.

The last game before the finals series saw a crushing win against Slumdogg Mignolet. The final series saw the boys be matched against AC Calabresos in the sudden death Semi Final. A 2-0 deficit at half time rallied the boys to use the famous PASA spirit to dig in and fight for your teammates and club, and saw the boys score 5 unanswered goals to take them to the Grand Final against The Factory.


The Grand Final saw PASA Stallions FC take a 3-0 lead in the game, however The Factory had other plans making it 3-3 with 15 mins to go. The boys once again dug deep and won 5-3 much to the joy and jubilation of all PASA supporters and players around the ground.


This team had to fight a lot of adversity to get to where they are now. Missing a vital cog in the engine, Tom Bailey, for most of the season didn’t help but having him come to games and help out when he could was a sign of the team’s commitment. Also losing the French flair of Mathieu Leost for the last 3 games of the season and finals series was a big loss as he was a great player throughout the teams journey. Brian Cronin’s non stop running gave the team such power whether attacking or defending and his experience was priceless. Deon Cornwall and Sean Northey were rocks in defence, not letting much go past them. Josh Martin’s goal keeping skills kept improving from game to game and he even managed to score a great goal for his 1st PASA goal.

The “triple threat” attacking trio of Chris Dickson, Andres Gironda and lately Victor Stitt were unstoppable. Easily the best attack in the league, and Chris scored an amazing 14 goals for season, and could even afford to miss a few games. Andres brought the Latin charm and skills and gave defenders constant nighmares, and Victor just was in beast mode. No one could stop them when on their game.


Highlight of the season must be finals night, defeating great yet cocky opposition and becoming champions in their first year. Now they will be the hunted team next year, but they will rise up to the challenge.




Two weeks to go!

Hi all,

Welcome to PASA Stallions FC season for 2013. This year looks to be our biggest ever season. We have 3 men’s teams, 1 mixed team and for the first time ever, we will have a kid’s team playing. All these steps have been made possible to each and every person that has worn the PASA Stallions jersey.

A few things are still on the works: 2 more kids teams and also a men’s over 35’s team. Hopefully we can organise and continue our growth as a club.

I’d like to welcome FC Team Sports as our Team wear provider. They have made things possible that no one else could do for us. Hoodies, Polos and Jackets are now available through them. Please check out our teamwear section for more information.

I’d personally like to thank Nichole Melissari for all her hard work in getting a Under 8’s team off the ground. It’s a privilege to have your kids and friends representing us. I’m sure they will enjoy what we are all about.

Games start 9th September. It’s time to start cleaning the boots, maybe putting in a extra hard session at the gym and be raring to go.


Forza PASA,