SYDNEY United 58 FC are the inaugural National Premier Leagues final series champions after they defeated South Hobart FC 2-0 on Saturday.
Winners of their respective competitions in NSW, Tasmania, South Australia, Queensland and ACT qualified for the knockout series played over the last three weeks in Tasmania.
Glen Trifiro scored in the 11th minute and Ibrahim Haydar scored from a header in the 15th minute to give United a 2-0 lead in the wet conditions.
The score was unchanged with United's defence outstanding and while South Hobart threatened on occasions they couldn't score.
United's Trifiro was awarded the John Kosmina Medal for best player in the grand final.
The midfielder played a stellar game, scored a goal and had a huge influence over the result.
It has been a successful season for the Mark Rudan coached United team to win two major trophies, the Football NSW National Premier Leagues NSW Men's Elite 1 premiership and now the NPL grand final.