Bannockburn Rovers Football Club is a local community football (soccer) club in Pymble, New South Wales.
Run entirely by parent volunteers, we cater for Minis and Juniors (U6 – U11), through Youth (U12 – U18) to Mens teams (All Age, WO30, O35, O45). We are also ready to field girls and womens teams at the first opportunity. We aim to provide our players and their families with a positive team experience, growth in football skills and ultimately an increased enthusiasm for the great game.
Berowra Football Club (BFC) was established in 1960 and is a small not for profit association. In 2016 the club fielded over 700 registered players and a little over 50 teams in local and regional competitions.
BFC mainly draws its membership from across the surrounding suburbs of Berowra through local schools and families, catering for all ages, both male and female and can accomodate all playing standards from beginner and recreational right up to elite standard in youth and adult competitions.
The heart and soul of the club however centres around the community with many volunteers giving their time to provide a vital community services by managing and coaching youth age groups from ages 6 to under 18 supported by thier families and friends
Gordon Soccer Club on Sydney’s North Shore has been providing a game for players in our local community for over 50 years. The club of approximately 260 players, caters for for junior boys and girls in mixed competitions from Under 6 to Under 12 and has boys and mens competition teams from Under 13 through to All Age and Over 35/45’s. We also field teams in the girls competitions for juniors and All Age, as required by our players. We draw the majority of our players from Gordon East Public School, Killara Public School and Killara High School.
Most of our teams are in the junior age groups and we very much promote the opportunity for the children to participate, have fun and enjoy their soccer with the friends they may make at school or in the local area. The club has very much a community atmosphere, with play being enjoyed by all those playing and spectating. This is an important part of the club’s culture and one that has been enjoyed for decades by those who are involved with our club.
A community sports club in Sydney’s Lower North Shore offers teams in Men’s Football, Women’s Football, Kid’s Miniroos and Junior Football, Girl’s Junior Football, Boy’s Junior Football, Netball Junior Girls, Netball Seniors and NetSetGo.
At HHFC we aim to have a consistent playing philosophy across all ages and grades. HHFC teams and players are characterised by a “Team First” approach where no individual is more important than the collective needs and goals of the team and the club.
Our players are characterised by having a strong work ethic and a never say die attitude. A HHFC player never gives up. We play proactive attacking football. Our playing style is to dominate games by maintaining effective possession using thoughtful, deliberate and shorter passes.
Hornsby RSL Football Club was established in November 1969 to provide a path for players from the Youth Soccer Club into Senior Football. We cater for players Men and Women aged 18 and over.
The Hornsby RSL All Age soccer club was established in November 1969 so that members of the RSL youth club could graduate into the senior ranks. In its initial season, 1970, the soccer club competed in the Ku-ring-gai District Soccer Association (KDSA) and was successful in winning the Division 2 competition that year.
After being promoted to Division 1 in 1971 the Soccer Club continued to play attractive and entertaining soccer resulting in winning the KDSA cup in 1972. The club also won a combined RSL Club’s Gala Day competition in 1973. During the mid 1970’s, Hornsby RSL Soccer Club was a great supporter of the Ku-ring-gai Districts Representative Teams and in one season there was a total of 9 ex-RSL players in the districts first grade squad.
Kissing Point Soccer Club was formed in 1957 by Trevor Morgan and is a foundation member of the Ku-ring-gai District Soccer Association along with Wahroonga, West Pymble, Lindfield and North Turramurra. Kissing Point played in the first season as Turramurra but changed to Kissing Point in season 1958. The club grew steadily during the sixties. Originally the club played in grey and pink and were known as the galahs. These colours were chosen as they were the same as the primary school at Turramurra. The club is part of the Kissing Point Sports Club Inc.
As a part of the Old Knox Grammarian’s Association, and a member of the KDSA, Knox United Football Club welcomes all in developing their football along with the intention of continuing strong connections with the school and local community. Knox United seeks to provide a club where people are able to come and experience football in a friendly, relaxed and entertaining atmosphere.
Lane Cove FC is a community based football club with a 75 year history in the Lane Cove district of Sydney’s lower North Shore. Our home grounds are Pottery Green in the heart of Lane Cove & Blackman Park in Lane Cove West, both located only 6km from Sydney’s CBD.
We have players of all levels and skills playing in the Northern Suburbs Football Association (NSFA) competitions. Our teams range from Under 6’s in the MiniRoos competition to Over 45’s in the senior Men’s competition, with strong representation in the Girls and Women’s competitions.
Lane Cove West Football Club was established in the Northern Suburbs Football Association (NSFA) in Sydney during the early 1970s. Since then it has grown both in numbers and enthusiasm. We have five Men’s teams in the winter competition: two All-Age teams in Division 4; two Over-35 teams in Division 2 and one Over-45 team.
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.