Olympic FC


Olympic Football Club has announced that it has parted ways with its Senior Men’s NPL coach, Royce Brownlie, effective immediately.

This decision was not an easy one and followed a thorough review of the NPL season thus far. The club’s management concluded that a change in leadership was necessary to achieve the team’s objectives.

“We would like to thank Royce for his hard work and dedication during his tenure with our club,” said Peter Ioannidis, Olympic FC President. “However, after careful consideration, we have come to the difficult decision that it is in the best interest of the team to part ways with Royce. We appreciate Royce’s contributions and wish him the best in his future endeavours.”

Mr Ioannidis also emphasized that the club’s focus remains on the upcoming season and ensuring that the team has the necessary resources to compete at the highest level.

The club is committed to ensuring a smooth coaching transition and will be working closely with the new coach to ensure a successful season.

Olympic FC is committed to promoting the development of players and fostering a passion for the sport while also providing a positive and supportive environment for players and families.