Titans Timeline 

2005

Titans play first game late May 2005 at Gymea Bay Oval.  Teams play under the name Sutherland Shire Special Division.  Four teams, Pandas, Polars, Koalas and Grizzlies.  End of season bbq / presentation at Gymea Bay Oval

2006

Sutherland Titans Football Club is incorporated with SSFA as 26th club in Association.  Games are held at Box Road, Sylvania Heights from 1.30pm.  Opposition are teams from other clubs who have drawn a Bye.  Approximately 60 players aged from 5 to 24 years old.  Teams are Cuddly Bears (play 8C), Bobcats (play 8D), Koala Bears (play 9A), ? (play 9E), Polar Bears (play 11B), Scorpions (play 16C).  Games are 15 minutes each way with 16 year old games being a bit longer.  Referees supplied by Gymea United Soccer Club

2007

Home ground now Sutherland 3.  Approximately 45 players.  New equipment and uniforms purchased.  Referrees supplied by Gymea United Soccer Club

2008

Games at Sutherland 3 from 12pm until 4.30pm.  Approximately 65 players - some travelling from Wollongong to play.  6 teams: The Cuddly Bears, The Panda Bears, The Koala Bears, The Bob Cats, The Polar Bears and The Scorpions.  Referees supplied by Gymea United Soccer Club

2009

North Sutherland still home ground of Sutherland Titans F.C.  Titans play half time entertainment at Australia v Bahrain game. 
Attend Inaugural Football 4 All Gala Day hosted by Football NSW
- SBS features gala day on "The World Game" 
- Channel 9 feature gala day on "Football Stars of Tomorrow" 
- Australian Sports Commission film gala day for documentary

2010

Games held for the last season at North Sutherland

2011

Sutherland Titans F.C. move to Bates Drive as their home ground.  Volunteers Programme introduced.  SSFRA Black & White referees now referee games

2012

New executive committee comes on board.  Channel 7 Sunrise programme's Andrew O'Keefe visits Sutherland Titans.  

2013

91 players in 8 teams.  Grand finals played at Seymour Shaw Park.  Macarthur Magic and Maitland join Football4All program.

2014

University students volunteer as game-day coordinators.  Football South Coast join Football4All.  Matt Brady retires as Titans president.  

2015

95 players playing in 10 teams.  Search begins for Titans own club house and facilities.  Grand finals played at Seymour Shaw.  Rowan Arndt and Sarah Watson retire from committee.

2016

Record 131 players, in 11 teams.  Eleni Petinos, Member for Miranda lobbies and obtains grant from NSW Sport for upgrades to Coachwood facility.  Dawn Fraser accepts invitation to become Titans patron/ambassador.

2017

Sutherland Titans F.C. move to permanent home ground at Coachwood Oval, Alfords Point.  126 players in 11 teams.  Hightlights include Titans Bosco Cup Gala Day in it's 6th season and approximately 50% of Titans members attended Football NSW's Football4All Gala Day.  Grand finals held at Seymour Shaw.

2018

97 players playing in 10 teams.  Grand finals played at home ground.  Attend Inaugural Festival of Football at Jubilee Oval

2010

Games held for the last season at North Sutherland
 

2011

Sutherland Titans F.C. move to Bates Drive as their home ground
Volunteers Programme introduced
SSFRA Black & White referees now referee games

2012

Channel 7 Sunrise programme's Andrew O'Keefe visits Sutherland Titans

2013

91 players in 8 teams
Grand finals played at Seymour Shaw Park

2014

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2015

95 players playing in 10 teams

2016

Record 131 players, in 11 teams

2017

Sutherland Titans F.C. move to final home ground at Coachwood Oval, Alfords Point

2018

97 players playing in 10 teams
Grand finals played at home ground
Attend Inaugural Festival of Football at Jubilee Oval