Maccabi Northside football club provides the opportunity for children and adults from the st. ives and surrounding areas to play football, the world game. The club values and promotes understanding and enjoyment of the game.
The club aims to ensure that all members have the opportunity to play their highest standard soccer and encourages all members to introduce their friends to the game through the club.
The club nurtures and educates members, players and supporters to always respect coaches, officials, opposing teams and their supporters, and especially the referees. it encourages the game to be played in the highest sporting manner, on and off the field.
Maccabi Northside football club is a long established, highprofile, successful and respected club in the kdsa and the community.
Young players will want to join maccabi northside football club in preference to other clubs and parents will want their children to play for maccabi northside football club because:
we are renowned for its competitive edge
we are a community club
we value new and existing members
our management is progressive, accessible and responsive to new ideas and always looking to improve.
our club’s management, members and supporters help and respect each other.
every player, member, parent feels that maccabi northside football club is their club
Mount Colah “Colts” Football Club was founded in 1958, making it one of the oldest of its type in the area. This year we have over 500 members forming more than 40 junior, senior and women’s teams ensuring that all comers will find a place to suit their ability. We play in the Northern Suburbs Football Association competition which has over 16,000 players from 37 clubs located on the northern suburbs of Sydney.
Very much a family oriented club, with special emphasis on Juniors. Our patron is former Socceroo Goalkeeper (and former Mount Colah Public School Principal) Terry Greedy, making it the ideal place to start your young son or daughter on the road to the “Socceroos or Matildas”. Current Canberra United W-League and Young Matildas Coach ex Socceroo Robbie Hooker started his career at Mount Colah.