APIA Leichhardt Tigers

GRADE PLAYERS

Adrian Ucchino

Adrian Vlastelica

Blake Tuxford

Brad Bartels

Brandon Lundy

Cameron Stephan

Corey Biczo

David D’Apuzzo

Dominic Cox

Franco Parisi

Jordan Murray

Josh Symons

Luke Turnbull

Mathew Cook

Matthew West

Nathan Millgate

Paul Galimi

Sean O’Connell

Tasuku Sekiya

Themba Muata Marlow

Tonu Liiband

Club History

Formed

Established 1954
Previously known as the Sydney Tigers

Honours

National Soccer League Champions 1987
National Soccer League Premiers 1987
National Soccer League Cup Winners 1982 and 1988
NSW State League Champions 1964, 1965, 1969 and 1976
NSW State League Runners-Up: 1959, 1963, 1966, 1967 and 1975
NSW State League Premiers 1964, 1966, 1967 and 1975
NSW Ampol Cup Winners 1966, 1970 and 1974
Australia Cup Winners 1966
Federation Cup Winners 1962 and 1966
NSW Premier League Champions 2002/3
NSW Johnny Warren Cup Winners 2007
Waratah Cup Runners Up 2012
Waratah Cup Winners 2013

Divisional History

1957-1978 NSW First Division
1979-1991/2 National Soccer League
1993-2000 NSW Super League
2000/1 – present PS4 NPL NSW Men’s 1

National Premier Leagues NSW Men's History

2000/1 – 5th W8-D2-L8
2001/2 – 4th W12-D5-L8
2002/3 – 2nd W11-D7-L4
2003/4 – 9th W7-D3-L12
2004/5 – 5th W7-D4-L4
2006 – 10th W3-D4-L11
2007 – 5th W8-D4-L6
2008 – 6th W9-D7-L6
2009 – 11th W5-D7-L10
2010 – 4th W12-D3-L7
2011 – 10th W6-D5-L11
2013 – 11th W2-D5-L12
2014 – 11th W-4 D-8 L-10
2015 – 2nd – W13-D6-L3
2016 – 8th – W7-D5-L10
2017 – 1st – W16-D1-L5

Top Goalscorers

2000/1 – Steve Karavatakis 16 goals
2001/2 – Steve Karavatakis 12 goals
2002/3 – Zlatko Arambasic 17 goals
2003/4 – Norman Tome 6 goals
2004/5 – Norman Tome and Daniel McCann 4 goals
2006 – Shane McGirr and Lawrence Drake 3 goals
2007 – Robbie Younis 9 goals
2008 – Robbie Younis 21 goals
2009 – Robbie Younis 11 goals
2010 – Robbie Younis 14 goals
2011 – Robbie Younis 5 goals
2012 – Andrew Bevin 7 goals
2013 – Nikola Taneski 7 goals
2014 – Blake Powell 9 goals
2015 – Blake Powell 21 Goals
2016 – Tasuku Sekyia 11 Goals
2017 – Jordan Murray 12 goals