The Winston Hills Football Club has had the pleasure of offering enjoyable and challenging involvement in the sport of soccer to the local community since 1970.
Although the club encourages and rewards excellence and success, it has a strong focus on participation and ensuring enjoyment at all levels. Our focus is on performance rather than winning and our culture and code of conduct encourages respect for all.
The Hills Grammar School Football Club for the first time will be open to the community with opportunities for players outside the school to join the club. The school has secured former Socceroo, Steve O’Connor as football performance coach for the club.
Established in 2015, Sydney North West Football Club was formed as an elite club to compete in the growing Hills Football Association. In our short history, Sydney North West FC has set the bar in the Hills for community engagement and outstanding on field performance. Sydney North West’s brand is focused on core values of Entertainment, Innovation and Community that is symbolised by our performance that highlights the ability of a North West region to make serious waves both locally and regionally through genuine community representation and engagement.
The St Bernadette’s Football Club (SBFC) represents the Catholic Parish of St Bernadette’s Castle Hill, and has been operating for nearly 30 years.
Rouse Hill Rangers Football Club was recently created to meet the growing demands of football in the Rouse Hill area. They are dedicated to the promotion of football for junior girls and boys aged between 5 and 17, senior ladies and senior men.
Rouse Hill Rams Soccer Club is a grassroots football club and offers football for all levels from U6 to seniors. Established in 2006 with 186 players.
Norwest FC is a small, community club based at Francesco Crescent Reserve, Bella Vista. Nicknamed “The Cougars” – the club was founded in 2003.
Founded in 1965, the North Rocks Soccer Club was born out of discussions between the then Principal of the North Rocks Public School , Bob Burns, and interested parents. It is sometimes said that “You never really own a precious item…you can only ever expect to look after it for future generations” and this applies perfectly to the North Rocks Soccer Club.
The Kenthurst & District Football Club is a not-for-profit sporting group playing football/soccer and is run by volunteers. The Club uses both Kenthurst Park and Annangrove Park for training and games.
Kellyville United Football Club is a family and community based club that is welcome to boys, girls, men and ladies to participate in teams ranging from Under 5s through to Over 45s.
Kellyville Kolts Celebrating 40 years, Kellyville Kolts Soccer Club has a proud history of delivering outstanding results on and off the field and catering to the ever growing and diverse Hills community. With a focus on inclusiveness, the club caters for a wide range of ages and skill levels so that everyone has equal opportunity to participate. We strive to improve the skills of all members in anyway they choose whether it be as a player, coach or referee; the club is committed to covering all areas. This begins with their own in-house minis competition played weekly so that younger members can get out on the field and extends all the way to our dedicated premier league team. Kellyville also has a large female base in the competition and continues to deliver on female development. There is also a strong focus on providing for our special needs players with a well established Football For All program. Kellyville Kolts sets the standard for excellent performance achieved with the core values of skill development, outstanding sportsmanship and a love of the game.
Hills Spirit Football Club – Originally formed in 1978, OLOR Soccer Club was formed to represent the local ‘Our Lady of the Rosary Parish’. Our Lady of the Rosary Primary was established in 1979 and is one of two primary schools meeting the spiritual and educational needs of primary students in the parish of Kellyville. The other school being St.Angela’s Primary School. Shortly after the establishment of the St.Angela’s the name of the club was changed OLOR/St.Angela’s Soccer Club to reflect that students from both schools were combining to form the basis of the club.
Hills Pumas FC was formed in 1999 as a result of year 9 students of Pacific Hills Christian School requesting to play soccer regularly with each other. This then led to a survey of the students for possible players and for expressions of interest. An over-whelming response resulted in a committee of teachers and parents being formed to establish this club. Teams from Under 6 to Over 35’s compete in the local Hills Football community competition. All junior games are played every Saturday morning between April and August.
Hills Knights Football CHills Knights FClub – We play in the Hills Football Association Inc (HFA) and have teams for all ages and levels of abilities, for both girls and boys, from Under 5 (turning 5 in 2015) upwards. We have Over 35 and female-only teams as well as Ladies teams dependent on numbers at registration. In 2015, we fielded 48 competition teams with 720 members and we expect similar numbers in 2016.
Glenhaven Football Club We have teams across all age groups – from Under 6 to Premier League, as well as All Age, Over 35s and O45s. Most age groups have a Division 1 or Division 2 squad, but we also cater for players who are more interested in the social side of the game.
Coptic United Our club competes in the Hills FA. We strive to be competitive whilst praising the name of our Lord Jesus Christ!
Castle Hill United Football Club is a local volunteer club that was established in 1972 to provide the opportunity for our local community to play football, catering for all ages, levels of ability and both males and females. We are one of the largest clubs in the Hills Football Association (HFA).
The Castle Hill RSL Soccer Club Inc. (Rockets) is a family-oriented club that fields teams for both boys and girls of all ages. The club aims to promote the culture of the Game of Soccer and to ensure that all participants have lots of fun!
Founded in 1962, Baulko is a growing club supporting junior and senior soccer in north-western Sydney. All teams play within the Hills Football Association. Feel free to browse and find out more information on the club, or come check us out every Saturday at Ted Horwood Reserve, Renown Rd Baulkham Hills.